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Emma Jackson Pepperman

Emma Jackson Pepperman

Principal Investigator

Emma Jackson Pepperman, M.A., has over eleven years of experience in the CRM field, most of which were served in the TerraX laboratory. Her interests as a historian lie in labor experience, New South violence, and how religion in the South is involved in both. She has experience processing, analyzing, and curating prehistoric and historic artifacts from every state in the Southeast, organizing data, creating displays, developing websites, writing proposals and reports, managing the office, and performing Phase I fieldwork. She is currently managing projects as a Principal Investigator, writing histories, and creating exhibits and displays for interested clients. Ms. Pepperman’s responsibilities for TerraX include managing personnel, writing technical reports and journal articles, writing proposals and budgets, and building physical and online exhibits. Ms. Pepperman has an M.A. in History, a Museum’s Certificate, and a Minor B.A. in Art from The University of Alabama.

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