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LaBelle, Jason M.

Submitted by yongli on Tue, 09/01/2015 - 13:32
Colorado State University

[Edited version of university bio]

Jason LaBelle is an archaeologist who specializes in the study of foragers, also known as hunter-gatherers. He is interested in different aspects of their organization, including subsistence, mobility, seasonal aggregation, camp layout, and food sharing. LaBelle's research focuses on the pre- and post-contact Native American cultures of the Intermountain West, primarily within the state of Colorado. LaBelle also serves as the curator of the Archaeological Repository at Colorado State University (AR-CSU), which contains extensive collections from Colorado, particularly from the South Platte and Colorado River Basins.