|College||College of Arts and Sciences|
|Center||Department of Anthropology|
|Center||McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture|
Kandi Hollenbach is an expert in Southeastern US archaeology, foodways, and plants. As a paleoethnobotanist, she studies gender and identity among hunting-gathering peoples; use of landscape and settlement/mobility strategies of hunting-gathering and horticultural peoples; and the shift from foraging to food production.
She also serves as associate curator of paleoethnobotany for the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture.