LisaMarie Malischke

Research Program Manager, Principal Investigator, Archaeology


Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Alabama
M.A., Anthropology, Western Michigan University
Graduate Certificate, Ethnohistory, Western Michigan University
B.S., Botany, University of Iowa


Register of Professional Archaeologists
Society for Historical Archaeology
Southeastern Archaeology Conference
American Society for Ethnohistory
French Colonial Historical Society
Center for French Colonial Studies
Mississippi Archaeological Association
Alabama Archeological Society
Archaeological Conservancy
Archaeological Institute of America


Seeking the Indigenous Perspective: Colonial Interactions at Fort Saint Pierre, French Colonial Louisiane (1719-29). In The Sound of Silence: Indigenous Perspectives on the Historical Archaeology of Colonialism, Tiina Äikäs and Anna-Kaisa Salmi, eds., Berghahn Books, New York, 2019, pp.71-89.


Battlefield Metal Detection, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), National Park Service.

LisaMarie brings eighteen years of experience with respect to cultural resources, preservation initiatives, and archaeological/burial sites. Specialties include:

  • 18th-century colonial sites, fortifications, and battlefields
  • 19th- and 20th-century Native villages
  • Pre-Civil War plantations and their transition to post-Reconstruction farmsteads
  • Investigations of enslaved and emancipated African Americans
  • 19th- and 20th-century American farmsteads
  • Public Archaeology, Outreach, and Education
  • Re-curation of previously excavated archaeological assemblages
  • Dewatering of wetland archaeological sites