Brian Hannah

B.S.: University of Oregon, 2012. General Science (Bio. anthropology and Geology). Minor in Business Administration

Supervisor: Dr. John Welch

Research Areas: Heritage Resource Management 


I graduated with my B.S. from the University of Oregon in 2012.  In September 2012 I completed my field school at Zamartze archaeological field school in Uharte-Arakil, Spain.  Ever since then I’ve been traveling the United States doing Cultural Resource Management.  My most recent employment was with the Wisconsin Historical Society Museum Archaeology Program (MAP).  MAP is the CRM branch of the Wisconsin Historical Society and is primarily contracted out to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.  I conducted the bulk of my work in CRM in the great Lakes and Upper Mississippi River Valley region of the United States. Now I’m excited to be involved with the HRM program at Simon Fraser University working toward a graduate degree.

Research Interest:

Research Interest: I am interested in researching management plans for totem poles in southeast Alaska.


Professional Contract Reports:

I have served as contributing author of cultural resource management reports prepared in support of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation planning processes in Wisconsin.

- 2016 STH 16 Phase I survey

                Norm Meinholz, Brian Hannah

- 2016 STH 19 Phase II survey - Township Line Site

                Norm Meinholz