Stacy Kozakavich, Ph.D., RPA, has over twenty years of experience in archaeology and history with ten years of experience working in California. Dr. Kozakavich meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for archaeology, history, and architectural history and the requirements for the California Council for the Promotion of History Register of Professional Historians. She has designed and supervised archaeological field projects at historical and prehistoric sites from reconnaissance to reporting; conducted records searches and archival research at numerous repositories; and undertaken oral history interviews, map and aerial photograph analyses, and historical artifact analyses. Her research has included consideration of complex cultural landscapes and built environments. She has worked as an historical archaeological and museum collections research assistant and consultant in the public and educational sectors, and taught post-secondary courses in historical archaeology, archaeological field methods, and American material culture at UC Berkeley, Sonoma State University, and California State University East Bay. Her academic research focuses on the archaeology of North American intentional communities, with specific expertise in the Russian sectarian Doukhobor settlers of western Canada and late nineteenth-century socialist experiments in California.