Assistant Professor, Head of Subsistence Unit
- Ph.D. 2005, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Dissertation: Gathering in the Late Paleoindian and Early Archaic Periods in the Middle Tennessee River Valley, Northwest Alabama
- B.A. 1998, (summa cum laude) Washington University, St. Louis
Paleoethnobotany; prehistoric foodways among hunting-gathering and agricultural peoples of the southeastern United States; gender and identity among hunting-gathering peoples; use and meaning of landscape among hunting-gathering peoples.
Hollenbach, Kandace D.
In prep Gathering in the Late Paleoindian: Archaeobotanical Remains from Dust Cave, Alabama. InForagers of the Terminal Pleistocene , ed. by Renee B. Walker and Boyce N. Driskell. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.
Hollenbach, Kandace D. and Asa R. Randall
In prep Ethnography, Analogy, and the Reconstruction of Paleoindian Lifeways . In Foragers of the Terminal Pleistocene , ed. by Renee B. Walker and Boyce N. Driskell. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.
Walker, Renee B., Detwiler, Kandace R., Meeks, Scott C. and Boyce N. Driskell
2001 Berries, Bones and Blades: Reconstructing Late Paleoindian Subsistence Economy at Dust Cave, Alabama. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 26(2):169-198.
VanDerwarker, Amber M. and Kandace R. Detwiler
2002 Gendered Practice in Cherokee Foodways: A Spatial Analysis of Plant Remains from the Coweeta Creek Site. Southeastern Archaeology 21(1):21-28.
2000 Plant and Animal Subsistence at the Coweeta Creek Site (31Ma34), Macon County, North Carolina. North Carolina Archaeology 49:59-77.