Adam Johnson

Graduate Student



Office Location

Heroy Hall 439


BA Anthropology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
MA Maritime Archaeology, University of Southampton
MA Anthropology, Southern Methodist University

I am an archaeologist working in the Hawaiian Islands. My research interests include using geospatial and remote sensing technologies to investigate issues related to social organization, human-environment interactions, settlement patterns, and subsistence practices. I am especially interested in studying adaptive strategies people used to buffer against environmental risk in different landscapes. Before entering the program at SMU, I worked for the National Park Service.

Entered program in 2016

Region of Study:

Hawaii and Oceania

Adam Johnson