Curator of Archaeology E. Charles Adams, Ph.D.
E. Charles Adams is curator of archaeology at the Arizona State Museum and professor of anthropology in the University of Arizona School of Anthroplogy. Adams has worked for 30 years in the Pueblo region of the American Southwest, specializing in Hopi culture.
From 1985 to present, Adams has directed Arizona State Museum’s Homol’ovi Research Program. The Homol’ovi villages are ancient Hopi communities dating between AD 1250 and 1400, situated along the Little Colorado River in northeastern Arizona. Adams has published five books and monographs and more than 75 articles on his research. He has led tours of the Four Corners region since 1983.