Julie M. Schablitsky is chief of the Cultural Resources Section at the Maryland State Highway Administration. She graduated with her doctorate from Portland State University in Oregon with an emphasis in urban archaeology. After graudation, Julie carried out research on Overseas Chinatowns, the Donner Party of California, and the medieval estate of Amisfield in Scotland. Her Maryland research includes a War of 1812 battlefield in Kent County, the cultural landscape along MD 231 and General's Highway, and the search for Rochambeau's Revolutionary War encampments. 

Areas of Interest

  • Archaeology and the media, transportation landscapes, and historical archaeology.
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Degrees

  • Degree Type
    Ph.D
    Degree Details
    Portland State University, Oregon, Urban Studies (Urban Archaeology)
  • Degree Type
    MA
    Degree Details
    Oregon State University, Applied Anthropology (Historical Archaeology)
  • Degree Type
    BA
    Degree Details
    University of Minnesota, Anthropology (Archaeology)
Schablitsky, Julie
Email
julschab [at] umd.edu