Anthropology News and Research
Academic Meetings 2011-2012
Society for American Archaeology. Memphis, Tennessee, April 18-22, 2012. www.saa.org Submission Deadline: Closed
Society for Georgia Archaeology. Athens, Georgia. October 22, 2011. http://thesga.org/ Submission deadline: Closed
Southern Archaeological Conference. Jacksonville, Florida. November 2-5, 2011. www.southeasternarchaeology.org Submission deadline: Closed
Southern Anthropological Society. Birmingham, Alabama. February 13, 2012. http://southernanthro.org/annual-meeting/ Submission Deadline: December 15, 2011
American Anthropological Association. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. November 16-20, 2011. http://aaanet.org/meetings Submission deadline: Closed
The Society for Applied Anthropology. Baltimore City. March 27-31, 2012 www.sfaa.net Submission deadline: October 15, 2011
American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Portland, OR. April 11-14, 2012. www.physanth.org/annual-meeting
Paleopathology Association. Portland, OR. April 9-11, 2012. www.paleopathology.org/meetings.html
Midwest Bioarcheology and Forensic Anthropology Association. Normal, Illinois. October 7-9, 2011 . www.luc.edu/anthropology/barfaa/ Submission Deadline: Closed
American Academy of Forensic Science. Atlanta, Georgia. February 20-25, 2012. www.aafs.org
Student Research 2010-2011
UWG Research Day 2011
Christy Daniel. The Gendered Performance of Hooking Up Within the Greek Community. Advisor: Dr. L. Gezon
Will Phillips. A Preliminary Report 9HL554, the "Duckett Site". Advisor: Dr. K. Steinen.
Sara Simonis. "Ima Start Where I Wanna Start": The Politics and Performance of Identity in Policy Debate. Advisor: Dr. L. Gezon.
"The Pedagogical Art of Anthropology" 2011 Southern Anthropological Society Meetings Richmond, VA March 24-26
Written and presented by Dr. Marjorie M. Snipes, Ms. Lakin Glaze, Ms. Sara Simonis, Ms. Sonja Traylor, and Ms. Christina Crim in the Session "The Art of Pedagogy"
When Home is Not a Home: Gendered Perspectives of Life in a Haitian IDP Camp. 2011. Society for Applied Anthropology 71st Annual Meeting.
Presenter: Don Lovell. Faculty advisor: Dr. L. Gezon.
A Preliminary Report on 9HL554 the "Duckett Site" 2011 Society for Georgia Archaeology Spring Meeting. McDonough, GA May 14
Presenter: Will Phillips. Faculty advisor: Dr. Steinen
Student Research 2009-2010
UWG Research Day 2010
Quencina Monique Gardner-Hyde. Liate Wote: Ethnographic Fieldwork in Ghana, West Africa. Advisor: Dr. M. Snipes. 1st Place Richard Chambers. Why Do You Ask: The Evolution of an Awkward Conversation. Advisor: Dr. L. Gezon. 2nd Place
Whitney Agan. The Appearance of Third Molars in Two Ethnicities in One Community. Advisor: Dr. L. Paciulli. Brandy Atcheson. Variation in Fingerprint Patterns of People of Two Ancestries. Advisor: Dr. L. Paciulli.
Raheem Washington and Shonteria Renfroe. First Data on Daily Ranging Behavior of Simakobu Monkeys (Simias concolor). Advisor: Dr. L. Paciulli.
Homegrown Sacraments: an ethnobotanical analysis of localized Salvia divinorum cultivation. 2009. Society for Ethnobotany.
Presenter: Geoffrey Weaver. Faculty advisor: Dr. M. Snipes.
First Data on Daily Ranging Behavior of Simakobu Monkeys (Simias concolor). 2010. American Association of Physical Anthropologists annual conference in Albuquerque, NM.
Presenters/Co-Authors: Raheem Washington and Shonteria Renfroe. Advisor/Co-Author: Dr. L. Paciulli.
Feeding behavior of simakobu monkeys (Simias concolor) inhabiting North Pagai Island, Mentawai Islands, Indonesia. 2010. American Society of Primatologists annual meeting in Louisville, KY.
Presenters/Co-Authors: Monique Daniels and Nika Baptist. Advisor/Co-author: Dr. L. Paciulli.
UWG $500.00 Student Professional Development Grant from the Student Advisory Committee of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Recipient: Caitlin Flanagan. Gorilla Tool Use at Zoo Atlanta. Advisor: Dr. L. Paciulli.
Student Research 2008-2009
UWG Research Day 2009
Meggie Dunivent and Heather McGuire. Evolution Revolution: Laying the Foundation for Darwinian Evolution in an Introductory to Anthropology Course. Sponsor/Co-Author: Marjorie Snipes.
1st Place Geoffrey Weaver. An Ethnobotnical Study of Modern Salva Divinorum Use. Sponsors: Dr. Marjorie Snipes & Dr. Lisa Gezon.
2nd Place Bill Skibinski. Waste Management and Sustainable Living in an Andean Community. Sponsor: Dr. Lisa Gezon.
Stephanie Blocker. Paleopathologies in the Hominin Fossil Record. Sponsor: Dr. Lisa Paciulli.
Darwinian Evolution, Anthropology and the Classroom. 2009. Southern Anthropological Society.
Presenter/Co-Authors: Meggie Dunivent, Heather McGuire. Sponsor/Co-Author: Marjorie M. Snipes
2009. Salvia divinorum use in the West Georgia area. 2009. Southern Anthropological Society.
Presenter: Geoffrey Weaver; Faculty advisors: Dr. M. Snipes and Dr. L. Gezon
Boas, Sexy Dresses, and Moaning: A Study of Power and Politeness in The Vagina Monologues. 2009. National Conference for Undergraduate Research.
Presenter: Stephanie Blocker; Faculty advisor Lisa Gezon
How to Create an Education Outreach Program with Minimal Funding and Time. 2009. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology.
Presenters/Co-Authors: Meggie J. Dunivent (UWG), Susan E. Fishman-Armstrong (UWG), and Dr. Thomas Foster (UWG)
Etowah Indian Household Economy During the Lamar Period. 2009. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology.
Presenters/Co-Authors: Mary Beth Taylor (UWG), Armondo Tovar, Dr. Thomas Foster, and Meggie Dunivent