Lillia McEnaney, a junior at Hamilton College, is an archaeology and religious studies major with interests in museum anthropology, ceramic analysis, digital archaeology, and the material culture of religion. She is currently focusing on Ancestral Puebloan archaeology and on Tohono O’odham pilgrimages to Magdalena, Mexico. At Hamilton, McEnaney is a research assistant in the religious studies department and is a Casstevens Research Scholar. She is also the blog intern at the Council for Museum Anthropology and the webmaster and designer for Art/Place Gallery in Fairfield, Connecticut. She has been published in Museum Anthropology.