Dr. Meg Hagseth

Registered Professional Archaeologist 4547

Hello! My research focus is on human-animal interactions to answer questions about agency and identity. I have nearly a decade of experience in Nautical Archaeology and data management. My toolkit includes zooarchaeology, geospatial analysis, and 3D modeling. These skills allow me to serve as an interface between archaeological resources and stakeholders to cooperatively protect cultural heritage. Click the button below to learn more about my professional history.



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Selected work

2022. "Photogrammetry as an Access Tool: A Case Study of Small Collections From the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science." Collections 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/15501906221129340                                                                     

2018. "Seadogs and their parrots: the reality of 'Pretty Polly'." Mariner's Mirror 104.2:135-52.


2020. "Turtleizing Mariners...in the 16th-19th Centuries." Ph.D. dissertation, TAMU


Get in touch at meghagseth@gmail.com