Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara, 1990
Human ecology, zooarchaeology, ethnoarchaeology, hunter-gatherer lifeways, South American archaeology
Other Relevant Activities:
Manage the Zooarchaeology Laboratory at UWM; coordinate the department's Experimental Archaeology Working Group (EAWG); periodically lead UWM study abroad program to Peru (archaeological focus)
Anthro 103: Approaches to Archaeology - Syllabus (pdf 10kb)
Anthro 193: Freshman Seminar: Egalitarian Societies
Anthro 307: World Archaeology: Foundations of Civilization
Anthro 309: Archaeology of Central and South America
Anthro 425: Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways, Past and Present
Anthro 448: Cultural and Human Ecology
Anthro 497: Study Abroad: Peru Past and Present: Archaeological Perspectives
Anthro 525: Zooarchaeology: Analysis of Faunal Remains - Syllabus (pdf 11)
Anthro 942: Seminar: Prehistory and Archaeology: Social Models for Small Scale Societies
(in press). Pacific Ocean Fishing Traditions: Subsistence, Beliefs, Ecology, and Households. In Ethnozooarchaeology, edited by Umberto Albarella, Oxbow Press, Oxford.
2007. Update on Wisconsin’s Silver Beach Elk Site (47BA526). Current Research in the Pleistocene 24: 104-106.
2007. Faunal Evidence for Subsistence and Settlement Patterns at the Allen Site. In The Allen Site: A Paleoindian Camp in Southwestern Nebraska, edited by Doug Bamforth. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
2007. Prehistoric Elk in Wisconsin – Two Recent Cases; Updates on the Silver Beach Elk site (Bayfield County) and The Moeller Pond Elk (Waukesha County). The Wisconsin Archaeologist 88(1): 97.
2006. Elk Skeleton Associated with Fluted Point in Northern Wisconsin. Current Research in the Pleistocene 23: 117-119.
2005. Intrasite Spatial Analysis, Ethnoarchaeology, and Paleoindian Land-Use on the Great Plains: the Allen Site, third author with Doug Bamforth and Mark Becker. American Antiquity 70 (3): 561-580.
2004. A Sample of Animal Bone from Aztalan, 47JE1, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Archaeologist 85(2).
2004. Additional Evidence for Gourd Floats on Fishing Nets. American Antiquity 69(3): 586-587.
1993. From Bones to Behavior; Ethnoarchaeological and Experimental Contributions to the Interpretation of Faunal Remains. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Carbondale, Illinois.
1991. Nonselective Small Game Hunting Strategies: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Aka Pygmy Sites. In Human Predators and Prey Mortality, Mary Stiner (eds). Westview Press, Boulder.
1990. Spatial Analysis of Faunal Remains in Hunter-Gatherer Camps. In Etnoarqueologia Coloquio Bosch-Gimpera, edited by Y. Sugiura and M. Serra. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.