Kristina Douglass is a PhD candidate in Archaeology. Her dissertation investigates the process of human settlement of the southwest coast of Madagascar and the dynamic relationship between human communities and the environment. For the past three years she has directed the Morombe Archaeological Project (M.A.P.) based in the village of Andavadoaka, which she calls home several months out of the year.
Kristina is a 2007 graduate of Dartmouth College, where she majored in Classical Archaeology and Environmental Studies. In addition to the thrills of Madagascar archaeology Kristina loves SCUBA diving, training Capoeira and Samba, and playing music.