Presentations

2010       Identity, Display and Transition in Tucson’s 1860s-1881 Cemetery. Paper presented in the symposium Spatial Archaeology of Identity: Past, Present, Future at the 43rd Annual Conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Jacksonville, Florida.

2010       Identity and Cemetery Organization: The View from a Historical-Period Cemetery in Downtown Tucson, Arizona, 1862-1881 (with Michael Heilen, Lynne Goldstein, and Joseph T. Hefner). Paper presented in the symposium Spatial Archaeology of Identity: Past, Present, Future at the 43rd Annual Conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Jacksonville, Florida.

2009       Sugar and Spice and Trousers are Nice: An Exploration of Gender Roles in the American Southwest through Clothing Fasteners, and Funerary Objects (with Charlotte Cable and Callie Unverzagt). Paper presented in the symposium On Sacred Ground at the 74th Annual Conference of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

2009       The Archaeology of Death and Funerals in Nineteenth Century Tucson (with Jeremy Pye). Paper presented in the symposium On Sacred Ground at the 74th Annual Conference of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

2009       A Multidisciplinary Approach for the Determination of Cultural Affinity: Incorporating Contextual, Osteological, and Historical Documentation (with Joseph T. Hefner). Paper presented in the symposium On Sacred Ground at the 74th Annual Conference of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

2009       History, Archaeology, and Bioarchaeology of the Military Section of Tucson’s National Cemetery (with Kimberly Spurr, Rochelle Bennett, and Michael P. Heilen). Paper presented in the symposium On Sacred Ground at the 74th Annual Conference of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

2007       Dove Cemetery: Reflections on Community and Identity at the Edge of Western Expansion (with Kenneth Becker and Patrick B. Stanton). Paper presented in the symposium Diggin’ the Golden State at the 72nd Annual Conference of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas

2007       Dove Cemetery: Reflections on Community and Identity at the Edge of Western Expansion. Paper presented in the symposium Death Dignity and Discourse: Nineteenth Century Cemetery Research and Mortuary Analysis at the 40th Annual Conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Williamsburg, Virginia

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