The Scrapbook Exercise: Teaching Archaeology of Death as Critical Thinking. In Archaeology to Delight and Instruct: Active Learning in the Teritiary Classroom, edited by Claire Smith and Jay B. Haviser, One World Archaeology Series. University College London Press, UK (In Press).
Rhode Island Archaeology: Cocumscussoc and Queen's Fort. In Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia, edited by Francis P. McManamon, Linda S. Cordell, Kent Lightfoot, and George R. Milner, Greenwood Publishing, Westport, CT (In Press).
Teaching Anthropology in the 21st Century: A Case for "Archaeology of Death." Anthropology News 44(9): 19-20 (2003).
Grave Undertakings: An Archaeology of Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC and London (2001).
Review of Gender and the Archaeology of Death, edited by Bettina Arnold and Nancy L. Wicker (Alta Mira 2001). American Antiquity 69(1): 164-165.
Review of Making History in Banda: Archaeological Visions of Africa's Past by Ann B. Stahl (Cambridge 2001). Anthropological Quarterly 78 (2): 497-500 (2005).
Review of Societies in Eclipse: Archaeology of the Eastern Woodlands Indians, A.D. 1400-1700, edited by David S. Brose et al. al. (Smithsonian Institution Press 2001). Northeast Anthropology 64 (Fall): 95-96 (2002).
The Historical Archaeology of Native Americans. Annual Review of Anthropology 29: 425-446 (2000).
Review of King Philip's War: Civil War in New England, 1675-1676 by James D. Drake, (University of Massachusetts Press 1999). The Journal of American History 87(4): 33 (2001).
Review Essay of The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity by Jill Lepore (Knopf 1998). The Journal of American History 85(4): 1548-1549 (1999).
Review of Studies in Culture Contact: Interaction, Culture Change, and Archaeology, Occasional Paper No. 25, edited by James G. Cusick (Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University 1998). American Anthropologist 102: 164-165 (2000).
The Common Ground of Contested Space: Historical Archaeology and American Landscapes. American Anthropologist 99(4): 3-5 (1997).
Matters of Inclusion: Historical Archaeology and Native Americans. World Archaeology Bulletin, No. 7: 77-86. (Special Issue, Current Perspectives on Global Historical Archaeology, edited by Charles E. Orser) (1996).
The Search for Philip: King Philip's War in New England. In Invisible America: Unearthing Our Hidden History, edited by Mark P. Leone and Neil Asher Silberman, pp. 100-101. Henry Holt, New York (1995).
Southern New England: Beaver, Wampum and Profit. In Invisible America: Unearthing Our Hidden History, edited by Mark P. Leone and Neil Asher Silberman, pp. 72-73. Henry Holt, New York (1995).
Archaeology, Colonialism, and Seventeenth-Century Native America: Towards an Alternative Interpretation. In Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions, edited by Robert Layton, pp. 32-45. Routledge, London and New York. (new edition) (1994)
Grave Remembrances: Enduring Traditions Among the Narragansett. Connecticut History 35 (1): 22-45. (Special Issue, Reshaping Traditions: Native Americans and Europeans in Southern New England, edited by John Allen) (1994).
Review of Pioneers in Historical Archaeology: Breaking New Ground, edited by Stanley South (Plenum 1994). American Antiquity, 61(3): 613-614 (1996).
Landscape as Artifact: Comments on "The Archaeological Use of Landscape Treatment in Social, Economic and Ideological Analysis." Historical Archaeology 23:50-54 (1989).
Archaeology, Colonialism, and Seventeenth Century Native America: Towards an Alternative Interpretation. In Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions, edited by Robert Layton, pp. 32-45. One World Archaeology Series. Unwin Hyman, Ltd., London (1989).
Review of Consumer Choice in Historical Archaeology, edited by Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, Plenum Press, New York, 1987. American Antiquity 55(3): 639-640 (1990).
Historical Landscapes: The Archaeology of Place and Space. Man in the Northeast 31:123-138 (1986).
Preliminary Biocultural Interpretations from a Seventeenth Century Narragansett Indian Cemetery in Rhode Island. In Cultures in Contact, The Impact of European Contacts on Native American Cultural Institutions, A.D. 1000-1800, edited by William Fitzhugh, pp. 107-130.Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC and London (with Paul A. Robinson and Marc A. Kelley) (1985).
Urban Land Use and Artifact Deposition: An Archaeological Study of Change in Providence, Rhode Island. In Archaeology of Urban America: The Search for Pattern and Process, edited by Roy S. Dickens, pp. 117-142. Academic Press, New York (1982).
An Approach to the Archaeology of the City: The Roger Williams National Memorial Project. In Archaeology of Urban America: the Search for Pattern and Process, edited by Roy S. Dickens, pp. 19-39.Academic Press, New York (1982).
Urban Hinterlands as Frontiers of Colonialization in Pre-industrial New England. In The Archaeology of Frontiers and Boundaries, edited by Stanton W. Green and Stephen M. Perlman, pp. 231-249.Academic Press, New York (with Peter F. Thorbahn) (1982).
Medieval Archaeology at Qsar es-Seghir, Morocco. Journal of Field Archaeology 6: 1-16 (with Charles L. Redman and Ronald D. Anzalone) (1979).
Qsar es-Seghir Three Seasons of Excavation. Bulletin d'Archaeologie Marocaine 10:151-195 (with Charles L. Redman and Ronald D. Anzalone) (1978).
Qsar es-Seghir. Note on Three Seasons of Excavation. Storia Della Citta (International Review of Town Planning History) 7:11-19 (with Charles L. Redman and Ronald D. Anzalone) (1978).
|1979||PhD||State University of New York at Binghamton|
|1973||MA||New York University|
|1971||BA||New York University|
|ANTH 0066D - Who Owns the Past?|
|ANTH 1621 - Material Culture Practicum|
|ANTH 1623 - Archaeology of Death|
|ANTH 1624 - Indians, Colonists, and Africans in New England|
|ANTH 2500A - Problems in Archaeology: Archaeology of Colonialism|
|ANTH 2540 - Historical Archaeology: From Colony to City|