New Histories of Pre-Columbian Florida

By Neill J. Wallis; Asa R. Randall | Go to book overview

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Keith Ashley is coordinator of archaeological research and instructor of anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of North Florida.

Robert J. Austin is vice president and principal investigator at Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. He received a PhD in anthropology from the University of Florida in 1997.

Meggan E. Blessing is a PhD candidate at the University of Florida. Her research interests are centered on the Archaic Southeast, zooarchaeology, and animism.

Robert S. Carr co-founded the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy in 1985 and has served as its executive director since 1999. He has worked with the State of Florida’s Division of Historic Resources, the National Park Service, and MiamiDade County. He received a MA in Anthropology from Florida State University, is former editor of The Florida Anthropologist, a former president of the Florida Archaeological Council, and the recipient of the Bullen Award and Florida’s Historic Preservation Award.

Craig Dengel is a PhD student at Louisiana State University. For the past five years he has investigated Woodland period settlement patterns along the Florida Gulf coast as an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education fellow at Tyndall Air Force Base near Panama City.

Zackary I. Gilmore is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Florida. He received his BA in 2007 from Texas A&M University and MA from Southern Illinois University, both in anthropology. He is interested in the types and scales of social interaction engaged in by Archaic Period hunter-gatherers in the southeastern United States. His current work focuses on the spread of early

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