Anthropology

Awards/Honors || Fellowships || Research Grants || Internships || Conference Presentations || Publications || Community Service/Outreach || Recent alumni employment/positions

Awards/Honors

Commission Member, Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs, 2011-2013, Andrew Beaupré, PhD, Anthropology.

The Explorers Club Washington Group's Exploration and Field Research Grant, Spring 2010, Stephanie Hasselbacher Berryhill, PhD, Anthropology.

William & Mary Department of Anthropology Douglas N. Morton Fellow, 2009, Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD, Program in Historical Archaeology.

Fellowships

Frances Mary Hazen Fellowship, Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Association, 2013-2014, Alexandra Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science Research, 2013, Sarah Chesney, PhD, Anthropology.

American Philosophical Society Phillips Fund for Native American Research, 2012, Alexandria G. Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

Douglas N. Morton Fellow, College of William and Mary,  2011-2012, Ellen Chapman, PhD, Anthropology.

Mellon Curation Internship, Colonial Williamsburg, Fall 2012, Ellen Chapman, PhD, Anthropology.

Barra Foundation Dissertation Fellow in Art and Material Culture, McNeil Center for Early American Studies, 2012-2013, Sarah Chesney, PhD, Anthropology.

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Research Fellow,  2012-2013, Rebecca Schumann, MA, Anthropology

Jacob M. Price Visting Research Fellow, Clements Library, Ann Arbor, MI. April-May 2012, Stephanie Bergman, PhD, Anthropology.

Library Resident Research Fellow, American Philosophical Society, January-February 2012, Sarah Chesney, PhD, Anthropology.

The John D. Rockeffeller Jr. Library Fellowship in African American History and Culture, 2012, Rebecca Schumann, MA, Anthropology.

Fellowship, William and Mary Douglas N. Morton Fellow, 2011-2012, Alexandra Martin, PhD, Anthropology

McLean Contributionship Fellow, Library Company of Philadelphia, November-December 2011, Sarah Chesney, PhD, Anthropology.

Touro National Heritage Trust Fellow, John Carter Brown Library, Providence, RI, 2011, Derek Miller, PhD, Anthropology.

William & Mary Department of Anthropology Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2011, Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD, Historical Archaeology.

VSGC Graduate Research Fellowship, 2009-2011, Jennifer Camp, PhD, Anthropology.

Sandra Speiden Scholarship, August 2010, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology.

Binchester Postgraduate Bursary. Tuition Waiver for Training Excavation, 2009, Ellen Chapman, PhD, Anthropology.

Anniversary Bursary, Durham University Dept. of Archaeology. For postgraduate study, 2008, Ellen Chapman, PhD, Anthropology.

Gilbert R. Altschul Scholarship, Statistical Research, Inc, 2008, Ellen Chapman, PhD, Anthropology.

Research Grants

The College of William & Mary Community Engagement Grant, Summer 2013, Alexandra Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

“Kukkakittoùs, I heare you”: Listening to the Ceremonial Landscape of the Narragansett. Paper presented at the Theoretical Archaeology Group Meeting, Chicago, IL, 10-May-13, Alexandra Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

 The American Canoe Association and L.L. Bean, Club Fostered Stewardship Grant. Project Title: Paddling Through the Past, Summer 2012, Andrew Beaupré, PhD, Anthropology.

Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Documentation Program Individual Graduate Scholarship, January 1, 2011 – June 30th, 2012, Stephanie Hasselbacher Berryhill, PhD, Anthropology.

A Bernard and Audre Rapaport Fellowship, American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH, 2010-2011, Derek Miller, PhD, Anthropology.

The Explorers Club Washington Group’s Exploration and Field Research Grants, 2010, Derek Miller, PhD, Anthropology.

Santa Cruz Archaeological Society APS, March 2008, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology.

Internships

Mellon Curation Internship, Colonial Williamsburg, Fall 2012, Ellen Chapman, PhD, Anthropology

Thomas's Jefferson's Poplar Forest Department of Archaeology, Archaeology Laboratory Supervisor,  Summer 2012, Jennifer Ogborne, PhD, Anthropology

William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research, Graduate Student Intern, Fall 2011, Stephanie Bergman, PhD, Anthropology.

Dayton Society of Natural History Internship, June 14th – August 6th, 2010, Sarah V. Byrd, MA, Historical Archaeology

North American Archaeology Lab Intern at the American Museum of Natural History, Summer 2009, Lauren Wilson, MA, Anthropology

William & Mary Center for Archaeological Research, Spring 2009, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology

NSF Summer Research Methods Internship Program at The University of North Texas, Dallas, 6/2007-8/2007, Jaclyn Kuizon, PhD, Anthropology

Conference Presentations

The 'Sweetness' of Salt: Historical Archaeology of Salt Exploitation in the Venezuelan Caribbean, Leiden, Netherlands, March 4, 2014 Konrad Antczak, PhD, Anthropology.

A Preliminary Approach to the Archaeology of the 19th Century Saltpans of Cayo Sal, Los Roques Archipelago, Venezuela, San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 15-20, 2013, Konrad Antczak, PhD, Anthropology.

“Máuchase, Be my guide”: Using GIS to Re-imagine the Historic Narragansett Landscape. Paper presented at the International High-Tech Heritage Conference at the UMass Center for Heritage and Society, May 5, Alexandria G. Martin, Ph.D., Anthropology.

“'...between the head waters of the Hudson and the adjacent lakes.': Heritage creation in the borderlands.” a paper to be presented in the session, “De Québec à la Louisiane”: French Colonial Archaeology North and South, at the American Council for Quebec Studies Biannual Conference, November 2012, Andrew Beaupré, Ph.D., Anthropology.

“Papers in Memoriam of Charles Rinehart, Michigan and Beyond”, a paper presented in the session, Archaeology in Michigan: Papers in Memoriam of Charles Rinehart at the Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference, January 2012, Andrew Beaupré, Ph.D., Anthropology.

"The Jewish Diaspora on Barbados: A Preliminary Analysis".  Presented at the Society for American Archaeology annual conference, Memphis, TN. 2012.  Derek Miller, PhD Anthropology.

“Landmarks and Landscape: Movement and Return within Narragansett Networks,” Presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD.  January 5, 2012.   Alexandra Martin, Ph.D. Anthropology. 

“In Defense of the Tin Can: Meaningful Ways to Incorporate Can Data Into Foodways Analysis,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Jennifer Ogborne, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

“Producing Pottery and Community: Colonoware Production on the Pamunkey Indian Reservation, and Rippin Hall Plantation,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Ashley Atkins, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

“Papers in Memoriam of Charles Rinehart, Michigan and Beyond,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Andrew Beaupre, Ph.D., Anthropology.

“Contradictions of Freedom: Legal Consciousness and the Barbadian Chattel House,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Stephanie Bergman, Ph.D., Anthropology.   

“’A Luxurious Morsel’: The Creolized Diet at Fort Michilimackinac, 1730-1761,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Jenna Carlson, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “Archaeologists, Pagans, and the Ministry of Justice: Ongoing Tensions in British Bioarchaeology,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Ellen Chapman, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “East Coast Shell Middens and Historical Archaeology,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Jessica Herlich, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

“Champagne from midnight until daylight’: The Social Ritual of Alcohol Use in a Victorian Brothel,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Amanda Johnson, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “The Bad Butcher of Mount Vernon’s Mystery Midden: Accounting for Anomalies in Interpretations of Butchery Systems,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Dessa Lightfoot, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “Homelands and Diasporas: the Relationships of the Jews in Colonial Barbados with their Homeland(s),” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Derek Miller, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “Thrown Together?: Space and Craft Among Southeast Virginia’s 19th-Century Stoneware Potters,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Oliver Mueller-Heubach, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “Gardens of Blue: Cobalt Decoration and Meaning in James River, Virginia Stonewares,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Oliver Mueller-Heubach, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “Children, Landscape and Household Change at Flowerdew Hundred,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Nancy Phaup, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “Triangulating Cultural Hybridity: Interpreting Gingaskin Social Boundaries in Documentary and Material Remains,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Christopher Shephard, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

 “Rogue Fishermen: Codfish, Atlantic items, and Identity of the Piratical People on the Isles of Shoals, 1623-1770,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Megan Victor, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

“The Bermudian-Bovine Relationship: Evidence from Whitehall,” Presented at the society for Historical Archaeology 2012 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD. January 2012. Brent Fortenberry (Boston University) and Jenna Carlson, Ph.D., Anthropology. 

"Comparative Adaptations of 19th Century Ledger Art: Stylistic Hybridity and the Work of Dwayne Wilcox and Acee Blue Eagle."  American Anthropological Association Conference, Montreal, Canada, November 2011.  Jaclyn Kuizon, MA/PhD Anthropology.  

"The Nidhe Israel Community: A Historical Archaeology Study of Community in 17th and 18th century Barbados."  Poster Presentation at the Association of Jewish Studies, Washington, D.C., 2011, Derek Miller, PhD Anthropology. 

"The Archaeology of the Jewish Diaspora in the Caribbean." Presented at Washington and Lee University. 2011.  Derek Miller, PhD Anthropology. 

"Synagogues and Pathways: Jewish Daily Life in Colonial Barbados." Presented at the John Carter Brown Library, Providence, RI. 2011, Derek Miller, PhD Anthropology. 

“Culinary Creolization: Subsistence and Cultural Interaction at Fort Michilimackinac, 1730-1761", presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology.  Austin, Texas, January 2011, Jenna Carlson, PhD, Anthropology. 

"Purchasing Two Hundred Pounds of Potatoes and a Coconut: Industrialization and Foodways at the Coloma Gold Mining Town" presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology 2011 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Austin Texas, January 5 – 9, 2011. Jennifer H. Ogborne, PhD, Anthropology.

Stephanie Hasselbacher Berryhill,  the National Heritage Language Resource Center Language Institute, University of California Los Angeles, June 26 - July 1, 2011. Stephanie Hasselbacher Berryhill, PhD, Anthropology.

 "The House of Baba Yaga: The Mystery of Coloma's House on Stilts." presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology 2011 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Austin Texas, January 5 – 9, 2011. Second Author  Jennifer H. Ogborne, PhD, Anthropology.

“Shifting Focus: Viewing the James River’s Early Colonial Settlements through the Lens of Native Continuities,” presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology. Austin Texas, January 2011, Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD,  Historical Archaeology.

Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, An Archaeometric Examination of Barbadian Redware During the Early Colonial Era, Presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, 2011, Erik Siedow, MA, Anthropology.

The Root of the Matter: Searching for William Hamilton's Greenhouse at The Woodlands Estate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania." Public Presentation at the 7th Annual "Explore Philadelphia's Hidden Past" Archaeology Month Event, Philadelphia Archaeology Forum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sarah Chesney, PhD, Anthropology.

Symposium Chair/Organizer: “Sited Between Household and Region:  Archaeological Examinations of Neighborhood and Community,” Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater. Austin, Texas, January 2011. Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD Historical Archaeology.

“Toward a Historical Archaeology of Community,” presented at Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater. Austin, Texas, January 2011, Kathryn L. Sikes with Mark Kostro, PhD, Historical Archaeology.

Shannon S. Mahoney, “Window of Opportunity: Charles’ Corner, Virginia, 1863-1918.” Windows From the Present to the Past:  The Archaeology of Africa & The African Diaspora, Howard University, Washington D.C., February 2010, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology.

Deborah R. Mullins and Shannon S. Mahoney, “The Postbellum African American Community of Charles’ Corner, Virginia: A Collaborative Crossroad.” Society for Historical Archaeology, Amelia Island Plantation, FL, January 2010, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology.

"Come All Ye Future Botanists: Landscape Design and Management at The Woodlands estate, Philadelphia, PA." Paper Presented at 43rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Amelia Island, Florida, in January 2010, Sarah Chesney, PhD, Anthropology.

Symposium Organizer: “Tensions and Ambiguities in Native Histories of the Southeast and Chesapeake Regions,” American Society for Ethnohistory 2010, Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD Program in Historical Archaeology.

No Country in the World Can Be More Curiously Watered”: Seeking a Maritime View of Colonial Virginia’s Interethnic Relations,” American Society for Ethnohistory 2010, Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD Program in Historical Archaeology.   

Danielle Moretti-Langholtz and Buck Woodard, “In the Beginning All America was Virginia”: Commemorative Cycles of Heritage and History at Jamestown, Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, March 2010, Buck Woodard, PhD, Historical Anthropology.

Buck Woodard, Narratives of Native American and African American Histories, Public History Conference, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, April 2010, Buck Woodard, PhD, Historical Anthropology.

The Jewish Merchants of St. Eustatius: A Diasporic People’s Contribution to the American War of Independence.  Presented at the Consortium for the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850, 2010, Derek Miller, PhD, Anthropology.

 Buck Woodard. Native Colonialism: the Powhatan Expansion, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Ottawa, Canada, Nov. 2010, Buck Woodard, PhD, Historical Anthropology.

Stakeholder Communities: Representation and Recognition Issues.  Paper presented at the 40th Annual Middle Atlantic Archaeology Conference, March 21.  Alexandra Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

Strategic Native Responses to Colonial Landscapes: A Comparative Review.  Paper presented at the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 77th Annual Meeting, October 30.  Alexandra Martin, PhD, Anthropology and Christopher J. Shephard, PhD, Anthropology.

Collaborative Archaeologies: The Need for a Cultural Consensus.  Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, January 6.  Alexandra Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

“Are these Sheep Really Norwegian? Some Implications of Oxygen Isotope Calibrations for Interpretation of Human and Faunal Remains”. In From Bare Bones to Interpretation.  Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference. Chairs: Jaime Jennings and Charlotte Henderson. Durham, UK: December 17-19 2009, Ellen Chapman, PhD, Anthropology.

"Come All Ye Future Botanists: Landscape Design and Management at The Woodlands estate, Philadelphia, PA." Paper presented at the 2009 Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, October 2009. Sarah Chesney, PhD, Anthropology.

Shannon S. Mahoney, “Mortuary Practice in the Chickahominy,” The Chickahominy River Survey: Results and Implications. Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference. Ocean City, MD.  March 2009, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology.

Breaking the Mold: Sugar Ceramics and the Political Economy of 18th Century St. Eustatius. Presented at the 2009 Society for Historical Archaeology annual Conference, Toronto, 2009, Derek Miller, PhD, Anthropology.

Shannon S. Mahoney, “Community Building in Charles’ Corner, Virginia, 1862 – 1919”, Society for Historical Archaeology, Albuquerque, NM.  January 2008, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology.

Windward Children: Historical Narratives in St. Eustatius Schools and Their Intersection with Public Archaeology.  Presented at the 106th American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. 2008, Derek Miller, PhD, Anthropology.

Publications

Review of Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century, Caroline Phillips and Harry Allen, editors. In Heritage and Society 5(2), pp 273-277, Fall 2012, Alexandra G. Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

“In the Shadow of the Wren Building: Archaeological Perspectives on Slavery at the College of William and Mary,” presented at the second annual Lemon Project Symposium, "Learning From Difference," Bruton Heights, Williamsburg, VA. March 2012, Stephanie Bergman, PhD, Anthropology.

(S. Bergman and F. Smith) "Spaces in Between: Archaeological Investigations at St. Nicholas Abbey Sugar Plantation," presented at the Inthernational Association of Caribbean Archaeology Conference, Martinique, July 2011, Stephanie Bergman, PhD, Anthropology.

"Review of Island Shores, Distant Pasts: Archaeological and Biological Approaches to the Pre-Columbian Settlement of the Caribbean, edited by Scott M. Fitzpatrick & Ann H. Ross.  New West Indian Guide 87(1&2).  Forthcoming 2013.  Derek Miller, PhD Anthropology. 

“An Archaeological Survey of Chesterville Plantation (Site 44HT0001), NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia.” Thane H. Harpole, David A. Brown, and Jennifer Ogborne (Ph.D., Anthropology). Report submitted to NASA Langley. March 2011.

"Scattered synagogues: an archaeological exploration of diasporic community creation".  Post-Medieval Archaeology 45(2):357-362.  2011.  Derek Miller, PhD Anthropology. 

 "The Bridgetown Synagogue Pathway Archaeological Project: A Preliminary Report." The Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society 56:87-104.  2011.  Derek Miller, PhD Anthropology. 

“Archaeological Excavations at the VIMS Storage Facility, Site 44GL0355: Summary Report, Gloucester, Virginia” Thane H. Harpole, Jennifer Ogborne (Ph.D., Anthropology), and David Brown. Report submitted to VIMS. August 2011.

"An Archaeological Survey and Evaluation of the Woodland Pointe Apartments Property, Site 44GL0157, Gloucester County, Virginia," Jennifer Ogborne (Ph.D., Anthropology), David A. Brown, and Thane H. Harpole. Report submitted to landowner. October 2011

“Phase I Archaeological Survey of Fort Nonsense (44MT0004/057-0013), Mathews County, Virginia:  Addendum Report.” Thane H. Harpole, David A. Brown, and Jennifer Ogborne (Ph.D., Anthropology). Report submitted to Mathews Historical Society. November 2011

Jenna Carlson, Culinary Creolization: Subsistence and Cultural Interaction at Fort Michilimackinac, 1730-1761.  Archaeological Completion Report Series.  Mackinac Island State Park Commission, Mackinac Island, Michigan, Jenna Carlson, PhD, Anthropology

Martin D. Gallivan, Danielle Moretti-Langholtz and Buck Woodard, Civic Engagement and Strategic Essentialism at Werowococomo, Historical Archaeology, 2011, Vol. 45(1), Buck Woodard, PhD, Historical Anthropology.

Buck Woodard, An Ethnographic View of the Nottoway, 1700-1750, in Dotratung - New Moon, Lynette Allston, ed. Circle and Square Tract Foundation: Capron, 2010, Buck Woodard, PhD, Historical Anthropology.

Shannon S. Mahoney “Mortuary Practices of the Chickahominy: Late Woodland Ceremonial Processes in Tidewater Virginia” Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology (25): 133-143, Shannon S. Mahoney, PhD, Anthropology.    

Low-Density Archaic Sites: Are we finding, but not recognizing them? An analysis of three low-density Middle Archaic sites. Maryland Archaeology 45(1&2): 51-57. 2010 (with Peter C. Quantock and Anne T. Hayward), Kelley M. Walter, MA, Historical Archaeology.

2010. Review of Archaeology and Geoinformatics, edited by Basil A. Read.  New West Indian Guide 84(1&2), Derek Miller, PhD, Anthropology.

Port Tobacco: A shifting settlement pattern. Maryland Archaeology 45(1&2): 58-66. 2010 (with Peter C. Quantock and Anne T. Hayward), Kelley M. Walter, MA, Historical Archaeology.

Low Density Sites in Maryland: Are we finding, but not recognizing them? Paper presented at the 39th Annual Middle Atlantic Archaeology Conference, Ocean City, MD, 2010 (with Peter C. Quantock and Anne T. Hayward), Kelley M. Walter, MA, Historical Archaeology.

Port Tobacco: A shifting settlement pattern. Paper Presented at the 39th Annual Middle Atlantic Archaeology Conference, Ocean City, MD, 2010 (with Peter C. Quantock and Anne T. Hayward), Kelley M. Walter, MA, Historical Archaeology.

Conflicting Conclusions: Archaeology Disagrees with Local History at Kingston. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Middle Atlantic Archaeology Conference, Ocean City, MD, 2010 (with Peter C. Quantock and Anne T. Hayward), Kelley M. Walter, MA, Historical Archaeology.

 “No, it’s over there!” Asking questions a community has already answered. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, Amelia Island, FL, 2010 (with James G. Gibb and April M. Biesaw), Kelley M. Walter, MA, Historical Archaeology.

Review of Historical Archaeology: Why the Past Matters, by Barbara J. Little. American Antiquity 75 (1):205-6, Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD, Historical Archaeology.

Manipulating the Maritime Cultural Landscape: Vernacular Boats and Economic Relations in 19th-century Achill Island, Ireland. In The Archaeology of Vernacular Watercraft, edited by Mark Staniforth and Amanda Evans. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 2012. Chuck Meide and Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD, Historical Archaeology.

The Achill Yawl: Vernacular Boats in Historical Context on Achill Island, Ireland, International Journal for Nautical Archaeology 40 (2): 235-255, 2011, Chuck Meide and Kathryn L. Sikes, PhD, Historical Archaeology.

An Archaeological Assessment of Hollerith Farm (Sites 44MT0008 and 44MT011 to 114) Mathews County, Virginia. Jennifer H. Ogborne (PhD, Anthropology), David Brown, Thane Harpole. Report Submitted to Mathews County Historical Society. August 2009.

Excavations Inside an Outbuilding at Goshen, Site 44GL466, Gloucester County, Virginia. Thane Harpole, Jennifer Ogborne (PhD, Anthropology), David Brown. Report to property owner. December 2009

Site Examinations at Port Tobacco (Technical Report). Prepared for the Archaeological Society of Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust, 2009 (with James G. Gibb, April M. Biesaw, Peter C. Quantock, and Anne T. Hayward.), Kelley M. Walter, MA, Historical Archaeology.

2009 Jerome S. Handler and Stephanie Bergman, "Vernacular Houses and Domestic Material Culture on Barbadian Sugar Plantations, 1640-1838," in The Journal of Caribbean History, 43(1): 1-36.  Stephanie Bergman, PhD, Anthropology.

2008. Archaeological Survey and Testing for the Proposed Seismic Remediation Project at Lake Success, Tulare County, California. Edited by Seetha N. Reddy with contributions by Ellen Chapman (PhD, Anthropology), Julie Minor, and William White. SRI Technical Report 08-43, Statistical Research, Inc., Woodland, Ca. Report prepared for Mr. Richard M. Perry, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, CESPK-PD-RC, 1325 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814.

Community Service/Outreach

Old Plateau Cemetery Mapping, Africatown Project, Mobile Alabama, 2009-2010, Shea Winsett, PhD, Alexander Martin, PhD, Anthropology.

Pamunkey Indian Museum Consultant, Pamunkey Indian Reservation, King William County, Virginia, 2010, Buck Woodard, PhD, Historical Anthropology.

Recent alumni employment/positions

Buck Woodard, PhD, Historical Anthropology, Adjunct Instructor, Department of Anthropology, School of World Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Kathleen Mocklin, 2009 MA, Anthropology, Curator of the Audubon State Historic Site, Oakley Plantation, Office of State Parks in St. Francisville, LA.

Sean Devlin, 2009 MA, Anthropology, Staff Archaeologist/Instructor, Washington and Lee University.

Jennifer Ogborne, PhD, Anthropology, Adjunct Instructor, Fall 2011, University of Mary Washington Department of Historic Preservation