Pamela Endzweig
Anthropological Collections Director
Department
Anthropological Collections
541-346-5120

Pamela Endzweig (PhD, 1994; University of Oregon) is a professional archaeologist who has been with the museum since 1982. She has done fieldwork in Oregon, California, Nevada, and Israel. Her geographic emphases are the Columbia Plateau and the Great Basin, with research interests including Paleoamericans, complex hunter-gatherer-fisher societies, subsistence intensification and the development of village life, trade, and the social and material impacts of culture contact. Having administered the museum’s anthropological collections since 1983, she is responsible for their long-term stability and growth, has overseen design of and relocation into two new curation facilities, and has implemented the museum's NAGPRA compliance since 1990.