Dr. J. Simon Bruder

For over 40 years, Dr. Bruder has been engaged in archaeological, ethnohistoric, and architectural research and development of historic overviews, inventories, and historic contexts related to National Register of Historic Places eligibility and effect recommendations. Her efforts have included assistance with regulatory compliance, archival research, survey, testing, and data recovery for municipal, state, and federal agencies; tribal entities; and private sector clients. Dr. Bruder joined WCRM in 2016 as project manager for the Florence Copper data recovery investigations. In 2018, she received the Award in Public Archaeology for excellence in the category of Professional Archaeologist from the Governor’s Archaeology Advisory Commission.