Adjunct Faculty, Department of Anthropology
B.A., M.A. (Toronto)
Archaeology Centre 104, ext. 7668, firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Interests: First Nation trade networks In the Great Lakes region with particular emphasis on the Middle Woodland and Historic (17th Century) periods, lithic sourcing in Ontario, symbolic artifact evidence for native religious belief systems in the Great Lakes region, the identification of ethnicity in the archaeological record
Historic Neutral Legacy Collections;
Southeastern Ontario Indigenous Ceramic Traditions (AMS dating program); Geo-chemical Sourcing of Ontario Indigenous Hematite and Graphite Pigments; Iroquoian Ethnogenesis in the Lower Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Region; A Biface Typology for Ontario.
2016 Evidence for Sixteenth-Century Exchange: The Ottawa and Upper St. Lawrence Waterways. Contact in the 16th Century, Networks among Fishers, Foragers and Farmers. Ed. B. Loewen and C. Chapdelaine. Mercury Series Archaeology Paper 176: 199-215. Ottawa. (Co-authored with J-L Pilon)
2015 Ethnogenesis in the Lower Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Region. Ontario Archaeology No. 95: 21-32. Toronto.
2015 Chert Sources and Utilization in the Southern Huron Basin during the Early Holocene. In Lake Stanley Archaeology in the Lake Huron Basin. University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropological Archaeology, Memoir No. 57: 67-72. Ann Arbor. (Co-authored with B. Deller and C. Ellis)
2009 Events As Seen From the North The Iroquois and Colonial Slavery. Mapping the Mississippian Shatter Zone: The Colonial Indian Slave Trade and Regional Instability in the American South: 60-76. University of Nebraska Press.
2009 Ontario Cherts Revisited. Painting With A Broad Brush. Papers in Honour of James Valliere Wright Ed. David L. Keenlyside and Jean-Luc Pilon. Mercury Series Archaeology Paper 170: 339-354. Canadian Museum of Civilization. Gatineau.
2008 Reciprocal Symbols: A Review of Ontario Iroquois Archaeological Evidence Relating to Long-Distance Contacts. Northeast Anthropology No. 75/76: 1-22. Albany.
2005 Rattlesnake Tales. Native Symbolic Expression Around the Great Lakes and Beyond. Ed. W. Fox and R. Pearce. Ontario Archaeology No. 79/80: 127-149. (Co-authored with G. Hamell)
2004 Islands of Creation, Islands of Rebirth. The Bulletin Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association No. 120: 47-57. Rochester.
2004 The North-South Copper Axis. Journal of Southeastern Archaeology Vol. 23 No.1: 85-97.
2004 Horned Panthers and Erie Associates. A Passion for the Past Papers in Honour of James F. Pendergast Ed. J.V. Wright and J.-L. Pilon Archaeological Survey of Canada Mercury Series Paper 164: 283-304. Canadian Museum of Civilization. Gatineau.
2004 Hurons in an Algonquian Land. Papers in Honour of Martha Latta. Ed. M. Kapches and P.Reed. Ontario Archaeology No. 77/78: 121-134. Toronto. (Co-authored with C. Garrad)
2002 Thaniba Wakondagi Among the Ontario Iroquois. Canadian Journal of Archaeology Vol.26 No. 2: 130-151. Vancouver.
1999 Themes and Variations: Ideological Systems in the Great Lakes Region. Taming the Taxonomy Toward A New Understanding of Great Lakes Archaeology Ed. R. Williamson and C. Watts: 237-263. Toronto. (Co-authored with R. Salzer)
1995 Where East Met West: The New Copper Culture. Wisconsin Archeologist Vol. 76 Nos. 3-4: 269-293. Milwaukee. (Co-authored with R. Hancock and L. Pavlish)
1994 The Shaman of Long Point. Ontario Archaeology No. 57: 23-44. Willowdale. (Co-authored with E. Molto)
1994 A Special Child: The Monarch Knoll Burial. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology Vol. 19 No. 1: 99-136. Kent. (Co-authored with E. Molto)