Coronado Historic Site
Meet the Staff
Matthew J. Barbour holds BA (2002) and MA (2010) degrees in Anthropology from the University of New Mexico and has worked for the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs since 2002. Much of this time has been spent with the Office of Archaeological Studies, where he directed a number of large-scale archaeological excavation and survey projects throughout New Mexico, mostly in and around the cities of Deming and Santa Fe. In 2013, Mr. Barbour transferred to New Mexico Historic Sites. He served as the Manager of Jemez Historic Site (Giusewa Pueblo/San Jose de los Jemez Mission) in Jemez Springs, before being awarded the position of Regional Manager in 2016. Throughout his eighteen-year career, Mr. Barbour has published over 200 nonfiction articles and monographs on the archaeology and history of the American Southwest and is a regular contributor to several local newspapers and regional magazines. In 2012, and again in 2014, Mr. Barbour was awarded the City of Santa Fe Heritage Preservation Award for Excellence in Archaeology. In 2018, under Mr. Barbour?s management, Coronado Historic Site received an Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History. Then in 2019, Jemez Historic Site received the Archaeology Heritage Preservation from New Mexico Historic Preservation Division.
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Annie Campagna is an interpretive ranger at Coronado Historic Site. She is a Florida native who graduated from University of Graduate. From there, she became a District Ranger and Park Supervisor for the East Bay Regional Park District. After this, she moved to New Mexico to work for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science before finally making her way to work for New Mexico Historic Sites (then called New Mexico State Monuments).
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Audree Espada is a California native and holds a BA in Anthropology from University of California ? Santa Barbara (2007). She worked as professional archaeologist in occupied in numerous projects all over California before starting her MS in Anthropology and Museum Studies at the University of Wisconsin ? Milwaukee. She moved to the Southwest in 2017 where she interned at the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument (formerly the Anasazi Heritage Center) in Dolores, Colorado. She returned to work as a professional archaeologist in New Mexico shortly before joining Coronado Historic Site as a ranger in 2018.
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Adrienne joined Coronado Historic Site as an Instructional Coordinator at the end of January. She moved to New Mexico from her native Oregon 8 years ago with her family to work at the Farmington Museum developing and managing programs and events. Before that she worked as Assistant Curator of Education at the High Desert Museum in Bend, OR and the Director of Education at the Douglas County Museum of Cultural & Natural History in Roseburg, OR. Adrienne earned her Master's in Art History/Museum Studies from the University of Denver and her Bachelor's in Art History, English, and Music from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI. Adrienne lives with her spouse, two children, two cats, and a very large, lazy mastiff. In her spare time she works developing her scholarship on 19th-century British aesthetic transferware and reads historical non-fiction.
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