Lorena Mihok

Instructor of Anthropology

Seibert Humanities 100


  • Ph.D., University of South Florida, Anthropology
  • M.A., University of South Florida, Latin American/Caribbean Studies
  • B.A., Columbia University, Art History
Professor Lorena Mihok

Courses taught

  • Introduction to Anthropology
  • Principles of Archaeology
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Latin American Area Studies,
  • Ancient Mesoamerica
  • Andean Art and Cultures.


Professor Mihok’s recent research explores English colonial enterprise on the Central American island of Roatan, including how the identities of indigenous populations were entangled with English lifeways and lifestyles. She delivers the gateway course for Eckerd’s new Latin American Studies program.

Recent Publications

  • 2021 The Royalization of Roatán. In Southeastern Mesoamerica: Indigenous Interaction, Resilience and
    Change, edited by W.A. Goodwin, E. Johnson, and A.J. Figueroa.
    University Press of Colorado, Boulder. (L.D. Mihok, E.C. Wells. W.A. Goodwin, and A.J. Figueroa)
  • 2018 Landscape of Royalization: A British Military Outpost on Roatán Island, Honduras. In Archaeologies
    of the British in Latin America, edited by Charles E. Orser, Jr.
    Springer, New York. (Lorena D. Mihok)
  • 2014 Miskitu Labor and English Royalization at Augusta, Roatan Island, Honduras. International Journal or Historical Archaeology. 18(1):100-121 [E. Christian Wells, co-author].