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Jerry D. Moore, Ph.D.

Title: Professor, Anthropology

Department: Anthropology

Office: SBS G-322a
Phone Extension: x3845
Email Username: jmoore

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Grants and Fellowships

  • 2005 National Science Foundation, Archaeology Program, Senior Research Grant for “Architecture and Power in Far Northern Peru: Archaeological Investigations in Tumbes, Peru.” $197,000. Status: Awarded.
  • 2003 Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Program Mini-Grant, California State University Dominguez Hills for “Archaeology in Terra Incognita: A Pilot Study in the Tumbes Region of Far Northern Peru.” $3500. Status: Awarded
  • 2003 Curtis T. and Mary Brennan Foundation for “Archaeology in Terra Incognita: A Pilot Study in the Tumbes Region of Far Northern Peru.” $4,900 Status: Awarded.
  • 2001-2002 Getty Scholar, Getty Research Institute, for research project, “The Ancient Experiences of Place: Investigations in Experiential Archaeology.” Los Angeles, California $75,000 Status: Awarded.
  • 2000 Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Program Mini-Grant, California State University Dominguez Hills for "Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Tumbes Valley, Peru.” $3500. Status: Awarded
  • 1997 National Science Foundation, Archaeology Program, Senior Research Grant for “Prehistoric Coastal Adaptations in Northern Baja California." $97,000. Status:Awarded.
  • 1996 H. John Heinz III Charitable Foundation for "Core and Periphery in Ancient Andean Empires: The Chimú in the Lower Tumbes Valley, Peru." $7995. Status: Awarded.
  • 1995 Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Program Mini-Grant, California State University Dominguez Hills for "Spanish Colonialism and Native American Demography and Settlement in Baja California" $1800. Status: Awarded.
  • 1995 Mini-Grant for Research in Teaching and Curriculum Development, in support of ANT 313A Methods and Techniques in Archaeology. $1000. Status: Awarded.
  • 1994 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Spanish Colonialism and Native American Demography and Settlement in Baja California," $12,000. Status: Awarded
  • 1994 Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Program Mini-Grant, California State University Dominguez Hills for "Ethnohistoric and Archaeological Research in Northern Baja California," $4,555. Status: Awarded.
  • 1994 Visiting Research Fellow, Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, for "Study of Plazas as Ritual Spaces." £ 4,100. Status: Awarded.
  • 1992 Fellowship, Dumbarton Oaks Center for Pre-Columbian Studies for "New Approaches to the Study of Andean Architecture," $18,000. Status: Awarded.
  • 1991 Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Program Mini-Grant, California State University Dominguez Hills for "Native American Populations of Protohistoric Baja California," $4,555. Status: Awarded.
  • 1989 Travel to Collections, Biblioteca Nacional del Peru, Lima, Peru. National Endowment for the Humanities, $750. Status: Awarded.
  • 1986 Research Support for "Empire and Agriculture in Ancient Peru." University Research Expeditions Program, University of California, $11,250. Status: Awarded.
  • 1984 Research Support for "State Control of Pottery Production in Prehistoric Peru." Graduate Division, University of California, Santa Barbara. $1,000. Status: Awarded.
  • 1984 Research Support for "State Control of Pottery Production in Prehistoric Peru." Academic Senate, University of California, Santa Barbara. $315. Status: Awarded.

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