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  • Ackerman, Robert E.: Profile of this Washington State University Professor. Research interests include the earliest evidence for the movement of hunter-gatherers into coastal and interior regions of northeast Asia and Alaska.
  • Anderson, David G.: Curriculum vita and project descriptions for this National Park Service archaeologist. Research interests include paleoindian and southeastern archaeology.
  • Arnold, Jeanne E.: Detailed profile of this University of California, Los Angeles, Professor. Research interests include craft specialization, exchange systems, California, Pacific Coast of North America.
  • Baker, William Ellmore (1877-1957): William “Uncle Bill? Baker deserves recognition as one of the pioneer avocational archaeologists of the Plains, with work spanning thirty years (late 1920•s-1950’s) in the Oklahoma panhandle and surrounding region.
  • Bankoff, H. Arthur: Curriculum vitae of this Brooklyn College Professor. Research interests include historical archaeology of North America.
  • Baumann, Timothy: Profile of this University of Missouri Professor. Research interests include Missouri's African-American heritage.
  • Bayman, James M.: Brief profile of this University of Hawaii Assistant Professor. Research interests include pre-state political economy and craft production in Hawai'i and the North American Southwest.
  • Beaudry, Mary: Profile of this Boston University Associate Professor. Research interests include material culture studies, comparative colonialism, culture contact, and gender and equity issues in archaeology.
  • Berres, Thomas E.: Northern Illinois University archaeologist with specific interests in cultural `resource` management, faunal analysis, and late prehistoric cultural interaction in the Mid-continent.
  • Binford, Lewis: Detailed profile of this Southern Methodist University Distinguished Professor. Research interests include statistics and data analysis, cultural ecology, and primitive technology.
  • Blanton, Dennis B.: Profile of this College of William and Mary professor. Research interests are in long-term human adaptations in the Chesapeake region.
  • Blitz, John: University of Alabama professor with research interests in the evolution of political complexity and chiefdoms, the cultural dynamics of frontiers, warfare, and ethnogenesis.
  • Bourque, Bruce: Profile of this Bates College Senior Lecturer. Research includes the prehistory of Maine.
  • Brauner, David R.: Curriculum vitae of this Oregon State University Professor. Research interests include historical archaeology and cultural `resource` management of the northwest.
  • Brown, Ian W.: Profile of this University of Alabama Professor. Research interests include Indians of the Southeastern United States, historical archaeology, ethnohistory, and acculturation theory.
  • Carlson, Roy L.: Brief profile of this Simon Fraser University Professor Emeritus. Research interests include Northwest Coast, the Southwest, and PaleoIndian cultures.
  • Caywood, Louis Richard (1906-1997): Obituary published in theSociety for American Archaeology newsletter. Work on Hudson Bay forts in the Northwest, mission sites in the Southwest, Meductic site in Canada, and Jamestown, made Caywood one of the early practitioners of North American historical archaeology.
  • Chilton, Elizabeth: Profile of this Harvard University Associate Professor. research interests include the origins of agriculture in New England, as well as the relationship between changing environment and subsistence choices.
  • Crown, Patricia L.: Brief curriculum vitae of this University of New Mexico Associate Professor. Research interests include ceramic analysis, gender studies, early agricultural societies and the United States Southwest.
  • Duff, Andrew I: Brief profile of this Washington State University Assistant Professor. Research interests include changing social identities in the Western Pueblo area of northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico.
  • Elia, Ricardo J.: Brief profile of this Boston University Associate Professor. Research interests include International archaeological heritage management, U.S. cultural `resource` management and archaeology and the law.
  • Ellis, Christopher: University of Western Ontario professor whose research Interests include ecological anthropology, geoarchaeology, and prehistoric eastern North America, Ontario.
  • Erlandson, Jon: Abbreviated curriculum vita for this University of Oregon professor. Research interests include coastal adaptations, especially in California, Oregon, and Alaska.
  • Fenenga, Franklin (1917 - 1994): Obituary from the Society for American Archaeology newsletter of this noted California archaeologist.
  • Ferguson, Leland: Profile of this University of South Carolina Professor. Research focuses on the historical archaeology of the early African-American community in the 18th and 19th century Moravian community of Salem in North Carolina.
  • Ford, James A. (1911-1968): Detailed biography of this past president of the Society for American Archaeology.
  • Gallivan, Martin: Brief profile of this College of Willam and Mary Adjunct Assistant Professor. Research centers on the late precontact and early colonial archaeology of Native American societies in the Middle Atlantic region.
  • Gambel, Lynn: Brief curriculum vita of this San Diego State University professor. Research interests include the development of chiefdom societies and exchange.
  • Hamilton, Donny L.: Brief profile of this Texas A&M Professor. Research interests include underwater archaeology, artifact conservation and restoration, and North American historic and prehistoric archaeology.
  • Harrington, Jean Carl (1901-1998): Obituary from the Society for American Archaeology newsletter of the man regarded as "the father of historical archaeology" in North America.
  • Harry, Karen: Detailed profile of this University of Nevada Assistant Professor. Research interests include Southwestern archaeology, ceramics, chemical compositional analysis, experimental archaeology, prehistoric trade and exchange, organization of craft production.
  • Hoffman, Michael: Profile of this University of Arkansas Professor Emeritus. Research interests focus on the Southeastern United States, particularly the Mississippi and Protohistoric periods, the history of archeology of the region, and Native American ethnohistory and ethnology.
  • Humphrey, Robert L. (1939-2002): Obituary of former George Washington University Professor. Humphrey's work included New World archaeology, museums and the public, and the cultures of peoples north of the Arctic Circle.
  • Ison, Cecil R.: Curriculum vitae of this Forest Archaeologist for Daniel Boone National Forest. Research interests include fire archaeology and the archaeology of Kentucky.
  • Jamieson, Susan M.: Detailed profile of this Trent University Professor. Research interests include regional interaction and its role in sociopolitical evolution in southern Ontario's past and the elucidation of aboriginal settlement in the middle Trent River valley.
  • Jones, Terry L.: Curriculum vita of this California Polytechnic State University Assistant Professor. Research interests include North American prehistory and hunter-gatherer ecology.
  • Keeley, Lawrence H.: Profile of this University of Illinois Chicago Professor. Research interests include Paleolithic archaeology, functional analysis of stone tools and experimental archaeology.
  • Kelley, John Charles (1913-1997): Obituary from the Society for American Archaoelogy newsletter. Kelley was not only the foremost authority on northwest Mexico, he had command of Mesoamerican and southwestern archaeological and ethnohistoric literature as well.
  • Kidder, Tristram R.: Current research and publications of this Tulane University professor. Bibliography of the Lower Mississippi Valley, Poverty Point mapping project, and links to Louisiana archaeology information.
  • Knight, Vernon J.: Brief profile of this University of Alabama Professor. Research interests include Southeastern North America.
  • Kohler, Timothy A.: Brief biography and selected publications of this Washington State University professor. Specializations include the archaeology of the southwestern United States.
  • Kohler, Timothy A.: Brief biography and selected publications of this Washington State University professor. Specializations include the archaeology of the southwestern United States.
  • Krause, Richard A.: Profile of this University of Alabama Professor. Research interests include ethnoarchaeology and pottery manufacture and use from both ethnographic and archaeological perspectives.
  • Kvamme, Kenneth L.: Detailed profile of this University of Arkansas Associate Professor. Research focuses on the prehistoric hunters-and-gatherers of the mountains and valleys of Colorado, and increasingly the Middle Missouri River villagers of the Dakotas.
  • Leone, Mark P.: Profile and curriculum vitae of this University of Maryland Professor. Research interests include critical theory, as it applies to archaeology, and particularly, to historical archaeology.
  • Lepofsky, Dana: Profile and courses of this Simon Fraser University professor. Archaeological interests include exploring the relationships of humans to their environments and the social relations of food production.
  • Lightfoot, Kent: Detailed profile of this University of California, Berkeley Professor. Research interests include culture contact studies in California.
  • Limp, W. Fredrick: Detailed profile of this University of Arkansas Professor and Interim Director of the Arkansas Archaeological Survey. Research interests are in GIS and mapping.
  • Lipe, William D.: Brief profile and curriculum vitae of this Washington State University Professor Emeritus. Research interests include the North American Southwest, archaeological method and theory, and cultural `resource` management.
  • Mainfort, Robert C.: Profile of this University of Arkansas Professor. Research interests are Woodland archaeology in the Southeast.
  • Marrinan, Rochelle: Brief profile of this Florida State University Associate Professor. Research interests include southeastern United States prehistory.
  • Martin, Patrick E.: Brief profile of this Michigan Technological University Associate Professor. Research interests include historical and industrial archaeology and cultural `resource` management.
  • Martin, Susan R.: Brief profile of this Michigan Technological University Associate Professor. Research interests include prehistoric Archaeology and cultural `resource` management.
  • Maxwell, Moreau Sanford (1918-1998): Obituary published in the Society for American Archaeology newsletter. While Arctic research was his forte, Maxwell periodically returned to midwestern research at Fort Michilimackinac and other sites, pioneering anthropologically oriented historical archaeology.
  • McCartney, Allen P.: Detailed profile of this University of Arkansas Professor. Research has focused on bowhead whale utilization by prehistoric Eskimos, metal and other exotic material trade in the Arctic, maritime adaptations, and Alaskan prehistory.
  • McCullough, Robert: Brief profile of the director of the Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW) Archaeological Survey.
  • Mehrer, Mark: Northern Illinois University professor with research interests in North American prehistory, settlement studies, household archaeology, remote sensing, and GIS.
  • Moyer, Curtis: Detailed profile of this College of William and Mary director of the Conservation Center.
  • Murphy, James L.: Curriculum vitae of this Ohio State University archaeology and library science specialist.
  • Norder, John: Brief profile of this Michigan State University Professor. Research interests include Native American history and ethnohistory in anthropology and archaeology focusing on transcultural and colonial interactions.
  • O'Brien, Michael J.: Brief profile of this University of Missouri Professor. Research includes the archaeology of hunter-collectors, 19th-century American frontier settlement, origins of domestication, and ceramic technology.
  • O'Shea, John: Brief profile of this University of Michigan Professor. Research interests include the archaeological study of funerary customs.
  • Peebles, Christopher S.: Profile of this Indiana University Professor. Research interests include prehistory of eastern North America and computation and cognition.
  • Perry, Jennifer Elizabeth: Curriculum vita of this University of California Ph.D. candidate. Research interests include hunter-gatherer archaeology and Channel Islands (California) prehistory.
  • Pitblado, Bonnie L.: Profile of this Utah State University Assistant Professor. Research interests include Paleoindian archaeology, the earliest peopling of the Rocky Mountains, museum management, and public education.
  • Pleger, Thomas C.: Curriculum vitae of this University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor. Research interests include prehistoric and historic archaeology of the Great Lakes region.
  • Preucel, Robert: Detailed profile of this Associate Curator of North American archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Research interests include the Kotyiti Research Project, a collaborative research project with the Pueblo of Cochiti, New Mexico.
  • Ramenofsky, Ann F.: Curriculum vitae of this University of New Mexico Associate Professor. Research interests include analytical methods, Spanish colonization and epidemic disease.
  • Rautman, Alison E.: Curriculum vitae of this Michigan State University Associate Research Scientist. Research interests include archaeology, ecology, egalitarian societies and geoarchaeology of the American southwest.
  • SWAnet Contact an Archaeologist: An self-listed e-mail directory of archaeologists working in the American southwest who welcome contacts.
  • Sabo, III, George: Profile of this University of Arkansas Professor. Research centers on Native American and European interaction in southeastern North America and settlement and land use practices of prehistoric and historic populations in the Ozarks.
  • Sassman, Kenneth Edwards: Curriculum vitae of the University of Florida assistant professor. Specializes in the prehistory of the southeastern United States.
  • Schiffer, Michael Brian: Detailed biography of this University of Arizona Professor. Research interests include behavioral archaeology, archaeological method and theory, experimental archaeology, technology and society, and ceramic technology.
  • Sears, William Hulse (1920-1996): Obituary published in the Society for American Archaeology newsletter. His seminal work, "The Sacred and Secular in Prehistoric Ceramics" (1973) stimulated new ideas for many southeastern archaeologists.
  • Shackel, Paul: Profile of this University of Maryland professor. Research interests include the ways material items are used by individuals and groups in order to create social relations and `group` identity.
  • Silliman, Stephen: Detailed profile of this UMass Boston professor. Research interests include the archaeology of Native American responses to colonialism, collaborative indigenous archaeology, theories of identity and labor, New England and California.
  • Singleton, Theresa: Brief profile of this Syracuse University Associate Professor. Research interests include African American history and culture, colonial America, and the southern United States.
  • Skowronek, Russell Kent: Curriculum vitae of this Santa Clara University Associate Professor. Research interests include historic and prehistoric archaeology of North America.
  • Souders, Paul: Papers and bibliographies on prehistoric archaeology in the Coso Mountains, Olympic Peninsula, Central Great Plains, and Nunivak Island.
  • Spence, Michael: University of Western Onterio professor with research interests in the archaeology and physical anthropology of Mexico and Ontario.
  • Speth, John D.: Brief profile of this University of Michigan Professor. Research interests include hunters and gatherers, cultural ecology, diet and subsistence.
  • State Archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni is Connecticut Jones: From Norwich Bulletin, he digs into state's past, but doesn't carry a whip.
  • Steward, Julian H.: Biography of this archaeologist best known for the development of the theory of cultural ecology. Written by a University of Texas student.
  • Swanson, Steven J.: Curriculum vitae of this Arizona State University Archaeological Research Institute Research Assistant. Research interests include landscape ecology and the archaeology of the American southwest (specifically Mogollon).
  • Swartz, B.K.: Brief curriculum vitae of this Ball State University professor. Research interests include petroglyph interpretation and relationship to patterns of prehistoric settlement and standardized rock art recording methods.
  • Taylor, Walter Willard Jr., (1913-1997): Obituary published in the Society for American Archaeology newsletter. Author of A Study of Archeology wherein he described his conjunctive approach.
  • Tomaso, Matthew S.: Acting Director, Center for Archaeological Studies at Montclair State University. Curriculum vitae and brief personal profile.
  • Uzi Baram: Profile, CV, and course information from the New College of Florida anthropologist specializing in Mideast and Precolumbian American archaeology.
  • Vellanoweth, René L.: Curriculum vita of this Humboldt State University Assistant Professor. Research interests include coastal archaeology of southern California.
  • Wandsnider, LuAnn: Profile of this University of Nebraska Associate Professor. Research interests include archaic-late prehistoric of the North American high plains and traditional food preparation.
  • Wesson, Cameron B.: Profile of this University of Illinois Chicago Assistant Professor. Research interests include household archaeology, Marxist anthropology, quantitative methods, and the prehistory and protohistory of the Southeastern United States.
  • Whelan, Mary K.: Brief profile for this University of Iowa professor. Research interests include the prehistory of Iowa and Minnesota, zooarchaeology, feminist archaeology, post-processual archaeology, and paleoecology.
  • Williams, Patrick Ryan: Curriculum vitae of this Assistant Professor of Archaeology at Boston University teaches GIS and remote sensing.
  • Wood, W. Raymond: Detailed profile of this University of Missouri Professor. Research interests center on the Ozark Highlands of the midcontinent, and on the Great Plains of North America, and include both prehistoric studies and ethnohistory.
  • Yerkes, Richard W.: Curriculum vitae of this Ohio State University Associate Professor. Research interests include North American prehistory and subsistence.
  • Zubrow, Ezra B.: Profile of this University of Buffalo professor. Research interests include simulation methods, demography and marginal cultural areas in the US, Europe, and Phillipines.

 

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