LARRY JOHN ZIMMERMAN
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Home Address: 3502 Calibogue Circle, Indianapolis, IN 46228-6601 USA
Department of Anthropology & Museum Studies
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
425 University Blvd.
Indianapolis IN 46202-5140
Telephone: 317-274-2383; Fax: 317-274-2347
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org IUPUI Faculty Profile
1976 Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Kansas-Lawrence
1973 M. Phil. Anthropology, University of Kansas
1971 M.A. Anthropology, University of Iowa-Iowa City
1969 B.A. (Honors) Anthropology, University of Iowa
2004-present, Professor of Anthropology & Museum Studies,
Public Scholar of Native American Representation, Indiana University-Purdue
University Indianapolis and Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western
Art. Acting Director, Museum Studies program, 2008-09
2002-2004, Head, Archaeology Department, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul
2001-present, Adjunct Professor, of Anthropology, University of Iowa.
1998-2001, Department Executive Officer, American Indian and Native Studies and Visiting Professor, University of Iowa & Research Associate, Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa, Iowa City
1996-1998 Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Iowa & Research Associate, Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa, Iowa City
1994-1996 Program Director, Anthropology, University of South Dakota
1992 Visiting Professor, Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, UK
1992-1996 Adjunct Professor and Graduate Faculty Fellow, Museum Studies, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
1990-1996 Distinguished Regents Professor of Anthropology, University of South Dakota
1988-1994 Chairperson, Department of Social Behavior, University of South Dakota
1987-88 Assistant to the President (President's Fellow), University of South Dakota
1985 Faculty Administrative Intern, Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of South Dakota
1983-1988 Professor and Anthropology Program Director, University of South Dakota.
1978-1983 Associate Professor and Anthropology Program Director, University of South Dakota, Tenured 1980.
1974-1978 Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of South Dakota.
1974-1978 Director, Archaeology Laboratory, University of South Dakota.
Ethnographic-Ceramics market systems, Mexico; Oral tradition of Effigy
Archaeological-Various site types, reconnaissance surveys and excavations, CRM/CHM
Locations: Iowa, Missouri, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska, Indiana, Australia, Mexico
Types of Sites: Woodland/Archaic/Paleoindian rock shelter and campsites, Oneota, Mill Creek, Central
Plains, Great Oasis villages, Classic Teotihuacan, Aztec, Ossuaries, Conquest Period ranchos, historic forts, cabins, houses, mansions, homeless campsites
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS:
Outstanding Distinguished Resident Faculty, School of
Liberal Arts, IUPUI (2009)
Peter J. Ucko Memorial Award for Contributions to World Archaeology, World Archaeological Congress (2008)
Elden Johnson Memorial Lecture, University of Minnesota/Council for Minnesota Archaeology (2005)
Online Faculty Fellow, IUPUI (2005)
Mariko Mizuhara Award for Cross-Cultural Understanding (2000), University of Iowa
National Lecturer, Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society (1991-93)
Harrington Lecturer (1991-92), College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Dakota
Distinguished Regents Professor, University of South Dakota (1990)
Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award for Scholarship, University of South Dakota (1990)
Phi Beta Kappa (1988 Honorary)
Presidential Fellow, University of South Dakota (1987-88)
Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award for Outstanding Teaching, University of South Dakota (1986)
Danforth Associate (1981)
Teacher of the Year, Student Association, University of South Dakota (1980)
Lambda Alpha (1980 Anthropology Honorary)
Alpha Kappa Delta (1975 Sociology Honorary)
Sigma Xi (Fellow 1987, Associate, 1969 Scientific Honorary)
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Books, Monographs, Edited Volumes
In preparation, An Archaeology of Homelessness.
Left Coast Press.
In preparation, 50 Great Myths of World Archaeology, Blackwell-Wiley.
In preparation, Ethics and Archaeological Praxis: Multivocality, Politics, Intellectual Property. Co-edited with Cristóbal Gnecco and Dorothy Lippert. Springer.
2011 The Sacred Wisdom of North American Indians. New York: Watkins (trade book).
2010 Exploring the Life, Myth, and Art of Native Americans. New York: Rosen Publishing. (Revised version Native North Americans: The First Nations Myth, Life and Art for grades 6-12).
2008 The Ancient One: Perspectives on Kennewick Man. Co-edited with Heather Burke, Claire Smith, Joe Watkins, and Dorothy Lippert, Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.
2008 The Archaeologist’s Field Handbook, North American edition with Heather Burke and Claire Smith, Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.
2003 Always on the Edge(of the Prairie-Plains) Essays in Honor of David Mayer Gradwohl. Editor. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society, vol. 50.
2003 Native North American/First Nations: Myth, Life, and Art. Trade book. London: Duncan Baird Publishers.
2003 Ethical Issues in Archaeology. AltaMira Press: Walnut Creek, CA. Co-edited with Karen D. Vitelli and Julie Hollowell-Zimmer.
2003 Presenting the Past. AltaMira Press: Walnut Creek, CA.
2000 Anthropology on the Net/2001. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. With Richard Robbins and Doug Gotthoffer.
1999 Native North America. (revised edition). Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. With Brian Molyneaux.
1997 Indians and Anthropologists: Vine Deloria, Jr and the Critique of Anthropology. Co-editor with Thomas Biolsi. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
1996 Native North America. Little Brown, New York. Trade Book. Little Brown, New York. German: Knaur, Berlin; French: Albin Michel, Paris. Spanish: Debate. Estonian: Kirjastus Ilo.
Dutch: Librero. Czech: Euromedia. Polish: Świat Książki. Hungarian: Also issued as In the Land of the Thunderbird, Time-Life Books, Alexandria, VA. Reprinted, 2003, Duncan Baird Publishers.
One Spirit Book Club selection. Now in 14 languages. Many textbook adoptions.
1990 Human Remains: Contemporary Issues. Co-edited with Glen Davidson. Special Issue of Death Studies, 14(6) Hemisphere Press, New York.
1989 Idea to Institution: Higher Education in South Dakota. Co-edited with H. Hoover, R. Alexander and P. Peterson, University of South Dakota Press, Vermillion.
1989 South Dakota Leaders. Co-editor with H. T. Hoover, University of South Dakota Press, Vermillion.
1985 Peoples of Prehistoric South Dakota. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
1981 Method and Theory in Plains Archaeology: A Volume Dedicated to Carlyle S. Smith. Edited with Alfred E. Johnson. South Dakota Archaeological Society Special Publication 8. Vermillion.
1981 Sources for South Dakota Prehistory. With Karen P. Zimmerman. South Dakota Archaeological Society Special Publication 5. Vermillion.
1981 Newsletters of the South Dakota Archaeological Society: The First Ten Years. Edited With Lawrence Bradley. South Dakota Archaeological Society Special Publication 4. Vermillion.
1981 The Future of South Dakota's Past. Edited with Lucille Stewart. South Dakota Archaeological Society Special Publication 2. Vermillion.
1980 The Woodland Tradition in Iowa: A Symposium. South Dakota Archaeology 5. Vermillion.
1977 Prehistoric Locational Behavior: A Computer Simulation. Report 10 of the Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa. University of Iowa, Iowa City.
In press, Non-Western Societies, Archaeology, and Native Americans. 2nd ed. In, N. Silberman, ed. The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
In press, Using Archaeology to Understand Homelessness. In, Paul Graves-Brown, Rodney Harrison and Angela Piccini, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
In press, The Ethics of Letting Go. In, Appropriating the Past: Philosophical Perspectives on the Practice of Archaeology II, Co-edited by Geoffrey Scarre and Robin Cunningham, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2012 Integral, ancillary, or incidental: Teaching Ideal or Real in Social Science Research Ethics? Teaching Ethics 12(2): 1-5.
2011 Displaced and Barely Visible: Archaeology and the Material Culture of Homelessness. Historical Archaeology 45(1): 67-85. With Jessica Welch.
2010 Activism and Creating a translational archaeology of homelessness. World Archaeology 42(3) : 443 -454. With Courtney Singleton and Jessica Welch
2010 Deconstructing Roger Echo-Hawk (Sort of). The SAA Archaeological Record 10(2):4-5. Special issue on Working Together on Race, co-edited by Kurt Dongoske and Larry J. Zimmerman.
2010 The Premise and Promise of Indigenous Archaeology. American Antiquity 75(2):228-238. With Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, T. J. Ferguson, Dorothy Lippert, Randall H. McGuire, George P. Nicholas, and Joe Watkins.
2010 In the Public Interest: Creating a More Activist, Civically-Engaged Archaeology, In, Voices in American Archaeology, co-edited by Wendy Ashmore, Dorothy Lippert, and Barbara Mills. Washington, DC: Society for American Archaeology Press. pp. 131-159. With Barbara Little.
2010 “White people will believe anything!”: Worrying about Authenticity, Museum Audiences, and Working in Native American-Focused Museums, Museum Anthropology 33(1):33-36.
2010 Archaeology Through the Lens of the Local. In Archaeology in situ: Local Perspectives on Archaeology, Archaeologists, and Sites in Greece, co-edited by Anna Stroulia and Susan Buck Sutton. Lexington Books. pp. 473-480.
2009 Crow Creek Site and Massacre. Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia. Edited by Frank McManamon, Linda Cordell, Kent Lightfoot, and George Milner. New York: Greenwood Press. pp: 252-254
2009 Projecting Restorations in Real-Time for Real-World Objects, in J. Trant and D. Bearman (eds.). Museums and the Web 2009: Proceedings, Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics. Published March 31, 2009. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2009/papers/law/law.html. With Alvin J. Law, Daniel G. Aliaga, Yu Hong Yeung, Richard McCoy, and Amy McKune.
2008 Foreword. In, Collaborating At the Trowel’s Edge, edited by S. Silliman. University of Arizona Press/Amerind Foundation. pp. vii-x.
2008 Archaeological Taxonomy, Native Americans, and Scientific Landscapes of Clearance: A Case Study from Northeastern Iowa. In Landscapes of Clearance, edited by Amy Gazin-Schwartz and Angele P. Smith. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA. With Dawn Makes Strong Move. pp. 190-211.
2008 Real People or Reconstructed People? Ethnocritical Archaeology, Ethnography, and Community-building. In, Ethnographic Archaeology: Reflections on Stakeholders and Archaeological Practices, edited by C. Matthews and Q. Castenada. AltaMira Press pp. 183-204.
2008 Multi-vocality, Descendant Communities, and Some Epistemological Shifts Forced by Repatriation. In, Opening Archaeology: Repatriation’s Impact on Method and Theory, edited by Thomas Killion. Santa Fe: School for Advanced Research. Pp. 91-108.
2008, Unusual or “Extreme” Beliefs about the Past, Community Identity, and Dealing with the Fringe. In, Collaboration in Archaeological Practice: Engaging Descendent Communities, edited by Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T.J. Ferguson. AltaMira Press. pp. 55-86.
2007 Plains Indians and Resistance to “Public” Heritage Commemoration of Their Pasts. In, Cultural Heritage and Human Rights. edited by H. Silverman and D. Fairchild Ruggles, Springer. pp. 144-158.
2007 Simple Ideas to Teach Big Concepts: "Excavating" and Analyzing the Professor's Desk Drawer and Wastebasket. In, Teaching Archaeology to Delight and Instruct, edited by Heather Burke and Claire Smith, Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek, CA. pp. 211-222.
2007 Diálogos desde el Sur Foro Virtual: Arqueología y Descolonizatión. With Nayanjot Lahiri , Nick Shepherd, Joe Watkins, and Cristóbal Gnecco. Arqueología Suramericana/Arqueologia Sul-Americana 3(1):4-19.
2006 Beyond Racism: Some Opinions about Racialism and American Archaeology. American Indian Quarterly 30(3): 461-485. With Roger Echo-Hawk. 2006 Scale, Model Complexity, and Understanding: Simulation of Settlement Processes in the Glenwood Locality of Southwestern Iowa, 1976 and 2000. In, Gary Locke and Brian Molyneaux, eds., Confronting Scale in Archaeology: Issues of Theory and Practice. Springer: New York. pp. 129-144. With Joe Alan Artz.
2006 Liberating Archaeology, Liberation Archaeologies and WAC. Archaeologies 2(1): 85-95
2006 Toward an Archaeology of Homelessness. Anthropology News 47(2):54. With Jessica Welch.
2005 Maria Pearson and Her Role in World Archaeology. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 42: 61-66.
2005 Archaeology. In, Suzanne J. Crawford and Dennis Francis Kelley (eds.) American Indian Religious Traditions: An Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO. pp. 20-27.
2005 Consulting Stakeholders. In, Archaeology in Practice: A Student Guide to Archaeological Analyses, edited by Jane Balme and Alistiar Paterson. Blackwell:London. pp. 39-58.
2005 First, be humble: working with Indigenous peoples and other descendant communities. In, Indigenous Archaeologies: Decolonizing Theory and Practice, edited by Claire Smith and H. Martin Wobst. London: Routledge. pp. 301-314.
2005 Public Heritage, a Desire for a "White" History of America, and Some Impacts of the Kennewick Man/Ancient One Decision. International Journal of Cultural Property 12(2):261-270.
2004 American Indians and Archaeology. In, Thomas Biolsi (ed.), A Companion to the Anthropology of North American Indians. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers. pp. 526-541.
2004 Foreword. In, Rodney Harrison and Christine Williamson, (eds.), After Captain Cook: The Archaeology of the Recent Indigenous Past in Australia. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press. pp. xiii-xx. With Claire Smith, Joe Watkins, H. Martin Wobst.
2004 Archaeological Evaluation of the Hillside Garden Areas at the James J. Hill House (21RA21), St. Paul, Minnesota. The Minnesota Archaeologist, 63: 118-136.
2004 Repatriation; Little Big Man, Incident at Oglala. In, David Wisehart (ed.),Encyclopedia of the Great Plains. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. pp. 270; 271-272; 596-597.
2003 Always on the Edge: David M. Gradwohl and Prairie-Plains Archaeology. In, Larry J. Zimmerman (ed.), Always on the Edge(of the Prairie-Plains) Essays in Honor of David Mayer Gradwohl. Editor. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society, vol. 50, pp. 1-4.
2003 Processing the Past. In, Siegfried, Evelyn and Trevor Peck (eds.), Indigenous Peoples & Archaeology: Honouring the Past, Discussing the Present, Building for the Future. Calgary University. pp. 130-134.
2003 Tipi. In, Kutler, Stanley I. (ed.) Dictionary of American History. 3rd ed. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons Vol. 8, pp. 130-131.
2002 A decade after the Vermillion Accord: What has changed and what has not? In, Fforde, Cressida, Jane Hubert and Paul Turnbull (eds.), The Dead and Their Possessions: Variety and Change in Practice and Belief. London: Routledge, pp. 91-98.
2001 Usurping Native American Voice. In, T. Bray (ed.) The Future of the Past: Archaeologists, Native Americans, and Repatriation. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., pp. 196-184.
2000 Epilog: A New and Different archaeology? With a Postscript on Kennewick. In, D. Mihesuah (ed.)The Repatriation Reader. Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press. pp. 294-306.
2000 Cyberspace Smoke Signals: New Technologies and Native American Ethnicity. In, C. Smith and G. Ward, (eds.) Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World. St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. pp. 69-88. With Leonard Bruguier and Karen Zimmerman.
1999 Kennewick Man and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Woes. With Robert N.Clinton. International Journal of Cultural Property, 8(1):212-228.
1999 Urbanization in Prehistoric North America: A Summary. In, P. Sinclair (ed.) African and Comparative Archaeology: The Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective. Upsalla University: The Department of Archaeology and Ancient History. World Wide Web publication at: http://www.arkeologi.uu.se/afr/projects/BOOK/zimmermanframe.htm
1999 Disputing the Past: Challenging Archaeology’s Role. Wyoming Archaeologist 43(1):35-43.
1999 Teaching Archaeology Ethics to Students: Letter. Society for American Archaeology Bulletin 17(3):3, 23.
1999 Digging for Understanding: 1999 University of Iowa Field School Activities at the Broken Kettle (13PM1) and Broken Kettle West (13P25) Sites, Plymouth County, Iowa. Iowa Archaeological Society Newsletter 49(4):5-7. With John Doershuk, Todd Kapler, Richard Fishel and William Green.
1998 Crow Creek Site; Reburial Issue. In, G. Gibbon (ed.), Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America: An Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc. pp. 182-183; 704-706.
1998 When Data Become People: Archaeological Ethics, reburial, and the Past as Public Heritage. International Journal of Cultural Property 7(1):69-86.
1998 Plains Archaeology on the Web. Plains Anthropologist 43(163):83-89. With Shesh Mathur.
1998 Toward an Ethnocritical Archaeology of Indian-White Relationships on the Plains. In, Mark Plew (ed.), Explorations in American Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Wesley Hurt, Lanham, MD: University Press of America. pp. 259-268.
1997 Remythologizing the Relationship Between Archaeologists and Indians. In, N Swidler, K. Dongoske, R. Anyon and A. Downer (eds.). Native Americans and Archaeologists: Stepping Stones to Common Ground. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press. pp. 44-56.
1997 The Crow Creek Massacre. In J. Carman, (ed.) Material Harm: Archaeological Studies of War and Violence. Glasgow: Cruthine Press. pp. 75-94.
1997 Ethics and Archaeology. In E. Meyers, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 269-273.
1996 Epilogue: A New and Different Archaeology? American Indian Quarterly 20(2): 297-307.
1996 Non-Western Societies, Archaeology, and Native Americans. In B. Fagan, ed., The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
1996 Hairy Questions. Peer Review in The Sciences, 36(1): 5, 47.
1995 Native America in the 20th Century; Indian Wars: The Road to Wounded Knee. In, M. Leone and N. A. Silberman, Invisible America: Unearthing Our Hidden History. With Karen P. Zimmerman. New York: Henry Holt. pp. 208-209; 256-257.
1995 The Dominance of the Document and the Arrogance of the Artifact: A Prehistorian's View. Journal of the Kroeber Anthropological Society 79: 235-241. Special issue entitled The Written and the Wrought: Essays in Honor of James Deetz.
1995 "We Do Not Need Your Past:" Archaeological Chronology and "Indian Time" on the Plains. In P. Duke and M. Wilson (eds.), Beyond Subsistence: Plains Archaeology and the Post-Processual Critique. University of Alabama Press. pp. 28-45.
1995 Regaining Our Nerve: Ethics, Values and Transforming Archaeology. In M. Lynott and A. Wylie, eds. Ethics in American Archaeology: Challenges for the 1990s. Washington, DC: Society for American Archaeology. pp. 64-67.
1994 The "Listening to the Teachers: Warnings about the Use of the Archaeological Agenda In the Classroom." With S. Dasovich, M. Engstrom and L. Bradley. In P. Stone and B. Molyneaux, Eds. The Presented Past: Archaeology, Museums and Public Education. London: Routledge. pp.359-374.
1994 Sharing Control of the Past. Archaeology, 47(6):65, 67-68.
1994 Indigenous Peoples and the World Archaeological Congress Code of Ethics. With L. Bruguier. Public Archaeology Review 2(1):5-8.
1994 AIA Geomorphology Guidelines: A Response to Bettis. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 71:1-2.
1993 Commentary on Merrill, Ladd and Ferguson: The Return of The Ahayu:da:Lessons for Repatriation from Zuni Pueblo and the Smithsonian Institution. Current Anthropology 34(5):562.
1993 The Crow Creek Massacre, Initial Coalescent Warfare and Speculations about the Genesis of Extended Coalescent. Plains Anthropologist, Memoir. Essays in Memory of Robert Alex. 38(145):215- 226. With L.E. Bradley.
1993 Commentary on the AIA Guidelines for Geomorphological Investigations in Support of Archaeological Investigations in Iowa. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 40:15. With L.Bradley, R. Fox and B. Molyneaux.
1992 Archaeology, Reburial, and the Tactics of a Discipline's Self-Delusion. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 16(2): 37-56.
1992 The Past is a Foreign Country. 40th Harrington Lecture. College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Dakota. Reprinted in The Second Score: The Harrington Lectures, 1973-1992. Vermillion: The University of South Dakota Press. pp. 289-302.
1991 An Application of the Massacre Model to a 700 Year Old Mystery. With James Stewart. Great Plains Sociologist 4(1): 23-39.
1991 The Cheyenne Outbreak of 1879: Using Archaeology to Document Northern Cheyenne Oral History. With J.D. McDonald, W. Tall Bull, and T. Rising Sun. In R. Paynter and R. McGuire (eds.), The Archaeology of Inequality. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. pp. 64-78.
1990 Ancient History of the Pawnee Nation: A Summary of Archaeological and Traditional Evidence for Pawnee Ancestry in the Central Great Plains. Pamphlet, with Roger Echo-Hawk. Boulder, CO: Native American Rights Fund and Pawnee City, OK: The Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma.
1990 Reflections on the Issues: Implications for the Scholarly Disciplines. Death Studies 14(6):629-640.
1990 "This Has Bothered Me for 500 Years:" The Impact of Concepts of Time and the Past on the Reburial Issue. In A. Klesert and A. Downer (eds.), Preservation on the Reservation: Native Americans, Native American Lands, and Archaeologists. Navajo Nation Papers in Anthropology 26:409-418. Window Rock, AZ.
1989 A History of the Reburial Issue in South Dakota. With J. Gregg. South Dakota Archaeologist,13:89- 100.
1989 An Opinion About Some of the Challenges and Opportunities for Archaeology and the Osteological Sciences Offered at the WAC Intercongress. World Archaeological Bulletin. 4:23-28.
1989 To Dehumanize and Slaughter: A Natural History Model of Massacres. With J. Stewart. Great Plains Sociologist 2:1-17.
1989 Epilogue. With P. Peterson. In H. Hoover, R. Alexander, P. Peterson, and L. Zimmerman (eds.), Idea to Institution: Higher Education in South Dakota. University of South Dakota Press: Vermillion. pp. 219-222.
1989 Keepers of the Past: Doane Robinson, W. H. Over and Herbert Schell. With M.K. Helgevold. In, H. Hoover and L. Zimmerman (eds.), South Dakota Leaders. University of South Dakota Press:Vermillion. pp. 433-450.
1989 Introduction. In H. Hoover and L. Zimmerman (eds.), South Dakota Leaders. University of South Dakota Press: Vermillion. pp. xv-xxi.
1989 Made Radical By My Own: An Archaeologist Learns to Understand Reburial In R. Layton (ed.), Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions. Unwin Hyman: London. pp. 60-67.
1989 Human Bones As Symbols of Power: Native American Views of 'Grave-robbing' Archaeologists. In R. Layton (ed.),Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions. Unwin Hyman: London. pp. 211-216.
1989 The Present Past: An Examination of Archaeological and Native American Thinking about Law and Time. In Donald M. Topping (ed.) Thinking Across Cultures. Lawrence E. Erlbaum, Publishers: Hillsdale, NJ. pp. 33-42.
1988 Brandon Site; Glenwood Phase; Crow Creek Site and Massacre. Historical Dictionary of American Archaeology. E. Jelks, Editor. Greenwood Press. pp. 53-54, 123, 184.
1987 Webb on Reburial: A North American Perspective. Antiquity 61: 462-463.
1987 Paranoia, Polemic and Prehistory: CRM and the Development of South Dakota Archaeology. In A. Osborn and R. Hassler (eds.), Perspectives on Archaeological Resources Management in the Great Plains. I & O Press: Omaha. pp. 353-368.
1987 The Impact of the Concept of Time on the Concept of Archaeology. The Archaeological Review from Cambridge 6(1): 42-50.
1986 Simulation of Competition for Scarce Resources: The Crow Creek Massacre in Ancient North America. With L.E. Bradley. Proceedings of the 2nd European Simulation Congress. Society for Computer Simulation, Ghent, Belgium. pp. 763-768.
1986 Tell Them About the Suicide: A Review of Recent Materials on the Reburial Issue. American Indian Quarterly 10(4):333-43.
1986 Archaeologists and Their Toys: A Commentary. ArchaeoNet 1(2):14-16.
1986 Redwing. Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly 11(1):8-9.
1986 The Role of the Institute of Indian Studies in Cultural Revivals. IIS Bulletin 108:2-3.
1986 On Meighan and the Ethics of Reburial. Anthropology Newsletter 27(2):2,12.
1986 Malnutrition in 14th Century South Dakota: Osteopathological Manifestations. With John B. Gregg. North American Archaeologist 7(3):191- 214.
1986 A Perspective on the Reburial Issue from South Dakota. In P. McW. Quick (ed.), Proceedings: Conference on Reburial Issues, Newberry Library, Chicago Society for American Archaeology. Document 2, pp. 1-4.
1986 Comment on the SAA Plenary Session on Reburial. With Jan Hammil. Bulletin of the Society for American Archaeology 4(2).
1984 Reburial of Human Skeletal Remains: Perspectives from Lakota Holy Men and Elders. Edited with Jan Hammil. Indianapolis: American Indians Against Desecration. pp. 1-23. (Pamphlet).
1984 A Computer Simulation of Euro-American Trade Good Flow to the Arikara. With C. E. Orser. Plains Anthropologist 29:199-210.
1984 Ghost Dance Shirts: Symbols of Cultural Defiance. With Karen P. Zimmerman. W.H. Over Museum Newsletter 16(3):10-13.
1984 Archaic Culture (Prehistoric Cultural Horizon). With L.E. Bradley. Encyclopedia USA/3:131-133. Academic International Press, Gulf Breeze, Florida.
1983 Adena Prehistoric Culture. Encyclopedia USA/1:122-124. Academic International Press, Gulf Breeze, Florida.
1982 Early Iowans. With Duane Anderson. In, T. Cooper (ed.), Iowa's Natural Heritage. Iowa Academy of Science, Ames. pp. 268-283.
1982 Nothing in Between Will Do. USD Research Notes 3(2):2;4. South Dakota Research Institute, Vermillion.
1982 Computer Studies. With L.E. Bradley. In J. Tiffany (ed.), The Arthur Site. Research Papers Series 7(1):143-161;283-305. Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa, Iowa City.
1982 Ecological Characterization as a Foundation for Prediction of Plains Village Site Locations in Central South Dakota. With Steve Archer and L. Tieszen. North American Archaeologist 3(4):311-331.
1982 Directions for Miss Deloria: Boas on the Plains. With R. Whitten. Plains Anthropologist 27(96):161- 164.
1981 Trends and Possibilities for Computer Simulation in Plains Archaeological Research. In A. Johnson and L. Zimmerman (eds.) Method and Theory in Plains Archaeology. pp. 89-97.
1981 Ante-Mortem Crow Creek Osteopathology. With J. Gregg, P. Steele, P. Gregg and H. Ferwerda. Plains Anthropologist 26(94):287-300.
1981 The Crow Creek Massacre. In D. Holden (ed.), Dakota Visions: A County Approach. Center for Western Studies, Augustana College, Sioux Falls. pp. 265-267.
1981 Foreword. A History of South Dakota Archaeology by M. Helgevold. South Dakota Archaeological Society Special Publication 3. Vermillion.
1981 Some Cautions About the Use of Geographical Models in Archaeological Research. Current Directions in Midwestern Archaeology. Occasional Publications of the Minnesota Archaeological Society 9, pp. 35-40.
1981 The Impact of Contact. Developing the Cultural Mosaic: 1400-1700 A.D. Initial Coalescent: A Blending of Cultures. Central Plains Tradition Immigrants. Initial Middle Missouri Gardeners:Innovations and Migrations. Initial Middle Missouri Gardeners: Great Oasis.Woodland Villagers. South Dakota Archaeology Educational Series Pamphlets 4-10. University of South Dakota Archaeology Laboratory, Vermillion.
1981 Craniofacial Anomalies in the Upper Missouri River Over a Millennium: Archaeological and Clinical Evidence. With J. Gregg, P. Gregg, and S. Clifford. Cleft Palate Journal 18(3):210-222.
1981 How the Crow Creek Archaeologists View the Question of Reburial. With R. Alex. Early Man 3(3):25-26.
1981 Digging Ancient Burials: The Crow Creek Experience. With R. Alex. Early Man 3(3):3-10.
1981 Possible Trepanematosis in 14th Century Dakota Territory: A Progress Report. With J. Gregg and M. Allison. Paleopathology Newsletter 34:5-6.
1981 Some Perspectives on the Woodland Tradition in South Dakota. In L. Zimmerman and L. Stewart (eds.), The Future of South Dakota's Past. South Dakota Archaeological Society Special Publication 2. pp. 29-32.
1981 Introduction. In L. Zimmerman and L. Stewart (eds.), The Future of South Dakota's Past. South Dakota Archaeological Society Special Publication 2. pp. i-ii.
1981 The Woodland Tradition in Iowa: The 1977 Iowa Academy of Science Symposium. South Dakota Archaeology 5:1-2.
1981 Otolaryngic Osteopathology in 14th Century Mid-America: The Crow Creek Massacre. With J. Gregg, J. Steele, H. Ferwerda and P. Gregg. Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology 90(3):288-293.
1981 Para-Mortem Osteopathology in the Crow Creek Massacre Victims. With J. Gregg. South Dakota Journal of Medicine 34(2):7-12.
1980 Archaic Foragers. The First South Dakotans. Archaeology: Studying the Past for the Future. South Dakota Archaeology Educational Series Pamphlets 1-3. With B. Lass. University of South Dakota Archaeology Laboratory, Vermillion.
1980 Mass Grave at Crow Creek in South Dakota Reveals How Indians Massacred Indians in 14th Century Attack. With R. Whitten. Smithsonian 11(6):100-109.
1979 Indians, Archaeologists, and Bones: Spiritual and Ethical Considerations for the Crow Creek Dig. Relationships of the People to the Land. Institute of Indian Studies, Vermillion. pp. 32-43.
1979 South Dakota Archaeology. Institute of Indian Studies Bulletin News Report 81:2. University of South Dakota. (Reprinted 1982 in Sioux Collections by T. I. Paulson, State Printing Company, Pierre.)
1978 Simulating Locational Behavior. In I. Hodder (ed.), Simulation Studies in Archaeology. Cambridge University Press. pp. 27-37.
1977 Report of Examination of Human Remains in Six Counties in Iowa. With A. Fisher, D. Hirt, and J. Tiffany. Research Papers 2(7):1-26. Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa, Iowa City.
1977 South Dakota Archaeology: Some Goals. South Dakota Archaeology 1:52-54.
1977 The Glenwood Local Sequence: A Re-evaluation. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 24:62-83.
1976 Archaeological Research in the Glenwood Locality: Changing Perspectives. Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science 83(4):121-124.
1976 A Simulation of Prehistoric Locational Behavior. With D. Moore. Modeling and Simulation 7:759-761.
1976 Late Woodland Acculturation to Mississippian Intrusion in the Upper Mississippi Valley. The Kansas Working Papers in Anthropology and Linguistics 1:115-128.
1976 Settlement/Subsistence Variability in the Glenwood Locality, Southwestern Iowa. With A. Anderson. Plains Anthropologist 21(72):141-154.
1976 Selection of Languages for Archaeological Simulation: SIMSCRIPT. Newsletter of Computer Archaeology 11(3):30- 38.
1975 Statement on Test Excavations, The Eminija Site 39MH28. The South Dakota Archaeologist 5(4):2-20.
1971 The Skadeland Mill Creek Culture Site. In M. McKusick (ed.), Prehistoric Investigations. Report 3 of the Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa. Iowa City. pp. 114-124.
1968 A Preliminary Report on the Excavations at the Skadeland Site. Northwest Chapter of the Iowa Archaeological Society Newsletter (August, p. 2).
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2011 Review of Bridging the
Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century,
Edited by Caroline Phillips and Harry Allen. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast
Press. Great Plains Research
2009 Review of Landscapes of fraud: mission Tumacácori, the Baca float, and the betrayal of the O’odham by Thomas E Sheridan, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S) 15: 416-417
2008 Sacred Claims: Repatriation and Living Tradition. By Greg Johnson. Journal of American History 95(3): 933-934.
1996-2006 Social Science Book reviews for Phi Beta Kappa Key Reporter, about 15 books per year. http://www.pbk.org/keyreporter.htm (see recommended reading section of each issue; circulation is 500,000)
2006 Kansas Archaeology. Edited by Robert J. Hoard and William E. Banks. Plains Anthropologist 51(198):228-229.
2005 Our Collective Responsibility:The Ethics and Practice of Archaeological Collections Stewardship. edited by S. Terry Childs, American Anthropologist 107(2): 280-281.
2003 They Treated Us Just Like Indians: The Worlds of Bennett County, South Dakota by Paula L. Wagoner. Great Plains Quarterly 23(4):266-267.
2002 The Five Crows Ledger: Biographic Warrior Art of the Flathead Indians by James Keyser. Biography 25(3): 522-524.
2002 The Zuni and the American Imagination by Eliza McFeely. Journal of American History 89(1): 236-237.
2000 From Black Land to Fifth Sun: The Science of Sacred Sites by Brian Fagan. American Anthropologist, 101(4)846-847.
1997 Hunters and Collectors: The Antiquarian Imagination in Australia by Tom Griffiths. American Antiquity 62(4):747-748.
1996 Marks of the ancestors: ancient Indian rock art of Arizona (videotape review). The Journal of American History v. 83 pp. 1112-1113.
1996 North American Indian Anthropology: Essays on Society and Culture edited by Raymond DeMallie and Alfonso Ortiz. Montana, The Magazine of Western History Winter, pp. 81-82
1995 Women of the Earth Lodges: Tribal Life on the Plains by Virginia Bergman Peters. Journal of American History 82(3):1184.
1995 Plains Indians, A.D. 500-1500: The Archaeological Past of Historic Groups edited by Karl Schleisier. South Dakota History 25(2)120-121.
1995 God Is Red by Vine Deloria, Jr. Plains Anthropologist 40(153):298-299.
1995 Corn and Culture in the Prehistoric New World edited by Sissel Johannessen and Christine Hastorf. Agricultural History 69(3): 490-491.
1994 Battlefields and Burial Grounds by Roger Echo-Hawk and Walter Echo-Hawk. Great Plains Research 4(2):325-326.
1994 Loud Hawk by Kenneth Stern. South Dakota History 24(2):142-143.
1993 Quest for the Origins of the First Americans by E. James Dixon. South Dakota History 23(4):350.8
1993 Foraging and Farming: The Evolution of Plant Exploitation, D. R. Harris and G. C. Hillman, Eds. Plains Anthropologist 38(146):306-308.
1993 Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Omaha Indians: The Big Village Site by John O'Shea and John Ludwickson. South Dakota History 23(1):56-57.
1993 Wounded Knee 1973: A Personal Account by Stanley David Lyman. Ethnohistory 40(3): 476-477.
1992 Disputing the Dead: U.S. Law on Aboriginal Remains and Grave Goods, by H. M. Price. American Indian Quarterly 16(4):546-547.
1992 The Davenport Conspiracy Revisited by M. McKusick. Plains Anthropologist 37(140): 279-80.
1990 Archaeological Perspectives on the Battle of the Little Bighorn by D. Scott, R. Fox, M. Connor, and D. Harmon. American Indian Quarterly 13(4):424-425.
1989 Cult Archaeology and Creationism: Understanding Pseudoscientific Beliefs About the Past edited by F. Harrold and R. Eve. South Dakota History 19(4):581
1988 Academic Freedom and Apartheid: The Story of the World Archaeological Congress. By Peter J. Ucko. American Anthropologist 90(3):694.
1988 The American Indian and the Problem of History. Edited by Calvin Martin. South Dakota History 17(3&4):309-310.
1988 The Way to Independence: Memories of a Hidatsa Indian Family, 1840-1920 by C. Gilman and M. Schneider. South Dakota History 18(1&2):104-105.
1987 Science Encounters the Indian, 1820-1880: The Early Years of American Ethnology By Robert Bieder. South Dakota History 17(1):81-82.
1986 Data Banks and Archaeology by S. Gaines, Data Processing and Archaeology by J. Richards and N. Ryan, ArchaeoNet edited by L. Bradley. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 33:83-85.
1986 Bison Kills and Bone Counts: Decision Making by Ancient Hunters. By John Speth. American Indian Quarterly 10(2):151-152.
1986 Prehistoric Hunters of the Black Hills. By E.S. Cassells. South Dakota History 16(2):211.
1986 Rembrandt: Complete Business Graphics Toolkit. DG/SYSTEMS, Inc. ArchaeoNet 1(1):7.
1984 Rock Art of Western South Dakota. By James Keyser and Linea Sundstrom. South Dakota History 14(4):356.
1984 The Canadian Sioux. By James Howard. South Dakota History 14(3):263-264.
1983 The Early Americans. In Karl Heider (ed.), Films for Anthropological Teaching, 7th Edition. Special Publication of the American Anthropological Association, 16:90.
1983 Chan-Ya-Ta: A Mill Creek Village. By Joseph Tiffany. Plains Anthropologist 28(102):341-342. (Reprinted in South Dakota Archaeology 7:101-103).
1983 The Central Plains Tradition. Edited by D. J. Blakeslee. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 30:120-123.
1982 Savages and Scientists: The Smithsonian Institution and the Development of American Anthropology, 1846-1910. By C. Hinsley. South Dakota History 12(2&3):197-198.
1981 Exploring Iowa's Past. By L. Alex. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 28:100-102.
1981 The Nebraska Phase: An Appraisal By D. Blakeslee and W. Caldwell. Plains Anthropologist 26(83):258-259.
1980 Exploring Iowa's Past. By L. Alex. South Dakota Archaeology 4:56-58.
1978 The Woodland Cultures of Northeastern Iowa. By W. Logan. Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society 21:121-122.
1977 The Emergence of Man and The Emergence of Society. By J. Pfieffer. Newsletter of the South Dakota Archaeological Society 7(3):13-14.
1977 The Early Americans (film). Newsletter of the South Dakota Archaeological Society 7(2):5.
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in Putnam County, Missouri. SCI Engineering St. Charles, MO.
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2009- Encyclopedia of
Global Archaeology (International advisory
2007- Collaborations in Anthropology (Advisory Board)
2004- Archaeologies: The Journal of the World Archaeological Congress (Advisory Board)
2003- Indigenous Archaeologies . Series moved from AltaMira to Left Coast Press (2008), co-edited with edited with Claire Smith, Joe Watkins, Dorothy Lippert, H. Martin Wobst , T. J. Ferguson and Sonya Atalay.
2003-2005 Ethical Currents, Anthropology Newsletter, American Anthropological Association, co-editor with Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban and Rachel Caspari .
1997-2003 The Archaeologist's Toolkit. 7 volume series, co-edited with William Green, AltiMira Press.
1990-94 Editor, World Archaeological Bulletin.
1992-94, Member, Editorial Board, American Indian Religions (Journal)
1987-89 Editor, Plains Anthropologist
1987-90 Associate Editor (Obituaries), American Antiquity
1986-91 Plains Editor, Westview Press Series in North American Archaeology, Paul Minnis, General Editor
1988-91 Managing Editor, University of South Dakota Press
1985-88 Board of Directors, University of South Dakota Press
1985 Software Reviews Editor. ArchaeoNet.
1983-86 Book Review Editor, Plains Anthropologist.
1980-84 Book Review Editor, South Dakota Archaeology.
1978-83 Special Publications Editor, South Dakota Archaeological Society.
1977-78 Editor, South Dakota Archaeology.
1977-79 Co-editor, Newsletter of the South Dakota Archaeological Society (with L. Alex).
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS PRESENTED AND SESSIONS ORGANIZED:
Public Heritage”: Democratizing or Alienating? American Anthropological
2011Thinking Outside the Excavation Unit: An Archaeology of Contemporary Homelessness. Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, CA. With Courtney Singleton.
2011 Forum Discussant. The Principles of Archaeological Ethics as a Living Document: Is Revision Necessary? Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, CA.
2011 Integral, ancillary, or incidental: Teaching Ideal or Real in Social Science Research Ethics? Responsible Conduct of Research Education Committee workshop at Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Cincinnati.
2011 Publicly Concealed—Publicly Revealed: Blogs and the Archaeology of Homelessness. Society for Historical Archaeology, Austin, TX. With Courtney Singleton.
2010 Discussant for session, The Ethics of Ethnographic Research in Public Places. Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Cincinnati.
2010 Discussant for symposium How Archaeology Makes its Subject(s): Groups, Things, and Epistemic (In)Justices. Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis.
2010 Roundtable Luncheon discussion organizer for Should Archaeologists Ever Be Social Activists? Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis.
2010 Discussant for symposium NAGPRA in 20/20 Vision: Reviewing 20 Years of Repatriation and Looking Ahead to the Next 20. Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis.
2009 Powerful Words with Muddled Meanings. American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia.
2009 Projecting Restorations in Real-Time for Real-World Objects. Demonstration paper. Museums and the Web Conference. Indianapolis, IN. With Alvin J. Law, Daniel G. Aliaga, Yu Hong Yeung, Richard McCoy, and Amy McKune.
2009 Discussant, Homelessness, Identity and Health. Collaborative Dialogues: Connecting Disciplines and Communities. Vancouver, BC.
2008 Archaeology is politics, or it’s nothing! : Creating a translational archaeology Larry J. Zimmerman, Courtney Singleton and Jessica Welch. American Anthropological Association, San Francisco.
2008 Panelist. Collaboration in Archaeology, American Anthropological Association, San Francisco.
2008 Social problems and creating an archaeology of 'now', not just 'back then': An archaeology of homelessness. World Archaeological Congress 6, Dublin, Ireland. With Jessica Welch.
2008 Displaced and Invisible: Can the Homeless Have a Heritage? Plenary presentation, Society for Historical Archaeology, Albuquerque.
2008 Museum Studies Ethics Bowl: Learning Ethical Practice at IUPUI. Poster paper with Elizabeth Kryder-Reid. Edward Moore Symposium, IUPUI.
2007 Museum Studies Ethics Bowl: Learning Ethical Practice at IUPUI. Poster paper with Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and Nick Eble. Association of American Museums, COMPT Marketplace of Ideas. Chicago.
2006 Discussant, Vision and Revision in the SAA Code of Ethics: Steps Towards Indigenous Inclusion. Society for American Archaeology. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2006 Indigenous People and Resistance to Public Heritage Commemoration of Their Pasts. Collaborative for Cultural Heritage and Museum Practices symposium on Cultural Heritage and Human Rights, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
2006 Intellectual Property Rights in Archaeology, Discussant, Society for Applied Anthropology, Vancouver, BC
2005 Facilitator, Into the Fray: The Absence of Our Presence, Eiteljorg Fellowship Symposium, Indianapolis
2005 Discussant, Anthropological Ethics and Anthropological Practice: Steps Toward a Departmental Ethics. American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC.
2005 Co-organizer and Chair, Bringing the Past into the Present: A Forum on the Ancient One and the Future of Anthropology, American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC, with Claire Smith and Adam Fish.
2005 “We know what our lives mean!”: Archaeologists, Indigenous people, and mutual construction of pasts." The International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership's 23rd International Service-Learning Conference in Rapid City, South Dakota.
2005 Panelist, By the People, for the People: Museums, Universities, and Public Scholarship. American Association of Museums. Indianapolis.
2005 Real people or reconstructed people? Ethnocritical archaeology, ethnography, and community-building. Wenner-Gren Symposium on The Public Meanings of Archaeology. Pisté, Yucatan.
2005 The Good, the Bad, and the Bearded: Popular Images of Archaeologists. Public Stewardship of the Past. Mille Lacs, MN.
2005 Discussant, Indigenous Archaeology at the Trowel's Edge: Field Schools, Pedagogy, and Collaboration. Society for American Archaeology, Salt Lake City. (Session was Amerind Foundation Symposium winner.)
2005 Descendant Community Archaeology and Some Epistemological Shifts Forced by Repatriation. Plenary Session, Society for Applied Anthropology, Santa Fe.
2005 Symposium co-organizer and chair (with Laurajane Smith), Practical and Epistemological Implications of Doing Archaeology with Descendant Communities. Society for Historical Archaeology, York, UK,
2003 Ethics, Public Policy, and Concerns about Cultural and Intellectual Property. Session co-organized with Sven Ouzman (South Africa) & Joram Useb (Namibia), World Archaeological Congress 5.Washington, DC.
2003 The Archaeological Classification of Desk Drawer Contents and ‘Excavating’ the Professor’s Wastebasket: Simple ideas to teach big concepts. World Archaeological Congress 5. Washington, DC.
2003 The Use and Abuse of Indigenous Advisory Boards. World Archaeological Congress 5. Washington, C.
2003 Discussant on Kennewick Man panel, World Archaeological Congress 5. Washington, DC.
2003 Discussant on the film In the Light of Reverence, World Archaeological Congress 5. Washington, DC.
2003 Do Archaeologists Really Know What They Want from Indians? Sponsored Session (Native American Relations Committee), Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee. Co-organized with Kurt Dongsoke. Chair and Presenter.
2002 Unraveling Tensions Between Communities: Archaeological Field Schools and American Indian Concerns. With John Doershuk, Cindy Peterson, and Richard Fishel. Towards a More Ethical Mayanist Archaeology conference, University of British Columbia.
2001 Moderator, Public Policy Forum on American Indian Health Issues. American Anthropological
2001 Always on the Edge at the Prairie-Plains Border: Some serious (and some humorous!) papers in honor of David Mayer Gradwohl. Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE. With J.A. Tiffany, Danny Walker, and Steve Lensink.
2001 From Stalking the Skunk to Crib's Crib: Introducing a symposium in honor of David M. Gradwohl. With Nancy Osborn Johnsen.
2001 Ethics and the Media II. Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans. Session Organizer.
2001 Working with Indigenous People and Other Descendent Communities. Electronic Session, Society for
American Archaeology, New Orleans. file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/larzimme/Local%20Settings/Temp/ http:/www.uiowa.edu/~ainsp/saa2001/ Session organizer with Brian Molyneaux.
2001 Processing the Pasts: Interacting with Descendent Communities. Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.
2001 Unraveling Tensions between Communities: Archaeological Field Schools and American Indian Concerns. Society for Historical Archaeology, Long Beach. With Cynthia L. Peterson and John F. Doershuk
2000 From Diaries to Data, from Data to models: Contributions to Glenwood Locality Archaeology. With Joe Artz, Cherie Haury, and John Hedden. Plains/Midwest Joint Conference, St. Paul, MN
2000 Invited Discussant. Cultural Landscapes and Problematic Sites symposium, Plains/Midwest Joint Conference, St. Paul, MN
2000 Interpretive Voice in Native American History. With Dawn Makes Strong Move. American Association of State and Local History, New Orleans, LA
2000 Digging for Understanding: The 1999 University of Iowa Field School. With John Doershuk, Todd Kapler, Richard Fishel, and William Green. Society for American Archaeology. Philadelphia, PA
1999 Invited Discussant, Theory in Indigenous Archaeology Session, Chacmool Conference. Calgary, Alberta.
1999 Digging for Understanding: Archaeological Field Methods and American Indian Concerns. With John Doershuk, Todd Kapler, Richard Fishel, and William Green. Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.
1997 Cyberspace Smoke Signals: New Technologies and Native American Ethnicity. With Karen Zimmerman and Leonard Bruguier, Indigenous People in an Interconnected World. Fulbright Symposium, Darwin, Australia
1997 Native Americans and Tribal Soverignty, with Leonard Bruguier, Indigenous People in an Interconnected World. Fulbright Symposium, Darwin, Australia
1997 Co-convenor, Indigenous People in an Interconnected World. Fulbright Symposium, Darwin, Australia
1997 Archaeology and Responses to Reburial. Keynote Speaker. Wyoming Archaeology Month. Laramie.
1997 Oneota Conference, co-organizer and chair. Iowa City, Iowa.
1996 Toward an Ethnocritical Archaeology on the Plains. Plains Conference. Iowa City.
1996 Remythologizing the Relationship Between Archaeologists and Indians. Society for American Archaeology.
1996 Discussant. Great Oasis session. Plains Conference. Iowa City.
1995 Archaeology Is Finally Growing Up. Keepers of the Treasures. Sioux Falls, SD.
1994 Discussant. Special Session on Ethics. Society for American Archaeology. Anaheim.
1994 Usurping Native American Voice. With L. Bruguier. Society for American Archaeology, Anaheim.
1994 Discussant. Session entitled The Written and The Wrought. Society for Historical Archaeology, Vancouver, B.C.
1993 Urbanization in Prehistoric North America: A Summary. WAC Inter-Congress on Urban Origins in Eastern Africa. Mombasa, Kenya.
1992 Session co-organizer with R. McGuire. Creating Shared Pasts: Native American Oral Tradition and Archaeology. American Anthropological Association, San Francisco.
1992 Indigenous "Voice" and its Role in Archaeological Theory. Seminar on Archaeology in the 1990s. University of New England Research Seminar, Armidale, NSW, Australia.
1992 Anthropology and Responses to the Reburial Issue. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chicago.
1992 Toward an Archaeology of Indian-White Relations on the Great Plains. With Leonard Bruguier and Richard Fox. Society for Historical Archaeology, Jamaica.
1991 "Archaeology Don't Mean Nothing:" On Reburial and Becoming a Post-processual Archaeologist. American Anthropological Association, Chicago.
1991 American Indians and the World Archaeological Congress Code of Ethics. With Leonard Bruguier. American Anthropological Association, Chicago.
1990 Elementary Schools Archaeology Week At the University of South Dakota. With S. Dasovich. World Archaeological Congress 2, Barquisimeto, Venezuela.
1990 The Importance of the Reburial Issue for South Dakota History. With J. Gregg. Dakota History Conference, Sioux Falls.
1989 Custer Died For Your Sins: A Twenty-year Retrospective on Relations Between Anthropologists and American Indians. Organized with T. Biolsi, Invited session (General Unit and American Ethnological Society), American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC
1989 Better Hide Your Past Away: Deloria, Indians and Archaeologists. American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC
1989 Coalescent Warfare and the Origins of Extended Coalescent. Plains Conference, Sioux Falls.
1989 The Impact of the Reburial Issue on The Osteological Sciences: Perspectives from the WAC Intercongress. Plains Conference, Sioux Falls.
1988 Cooperation Between Indians and Archaeologists: Oral Tradition and the 1879 Cheyenne Outbreak from Ft. Robinson. With W. Tall Bull, T. Rising Sun and J.D. McDonald. American Anthropological Association, Phoenix, AZ.
1988 The Crow Creek Massacre, Initial Coalescent Warfare, and the Genesis of Extended Coalescent. With L.E. Bradley. Plains Conference, Wichita, KS.
1988 Session organized with R. McGuire and P. Ucko. Perspectives of Native American Elders, Holy People and Tribal Representatives on the Reburial Issue. Society for American Archaeology, Phoenix, AZ.
1987 Analytical Archaeology and Pictographs: The New Archaeology, Doodles and Graduate Education in the Early 1970s. Plains Conference, Columbia, MO.
1987 Invited Roundtable Leader on the Reburial Issue. Plains Conference, Columbia, MO.
1987 Co-organizer with Danny Walker (U. of Wyoming). Humor in Plains Archaeology. Conference, Columbia, MO.
1987 This Has Bothered Me for 500 Years: Indian Views of Time and the Past and Their Impact on the Reburial Issues. Native Americans, Native American Lands and Archaeology Conference, The Navaho Nation, Heard Museum, Phoenix.
1987 The Present Past: An Examination of Archaeological and Native American Thinking about Law and Time. With N. Watson and P. Peterson. 3rd International Conference on Thinking, Honolulu.
1986 Can You Dig Up a Last Minute Film for Me?: The Uses of Nonprint Media in Teaching North American Archaeology. With Karen Zimmerman. Plains Conference, Denver.
1986 A Natural History Model of the Crow Creek Massacre. With James Stewart. Popular Culture Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta.
1986 Simulation of Competition for Scarce Resources: The Crow Creek Massacre of Ancient North America. With L. E. Bradley. 2nd European Simulation Conference, Antwerp.
1986 Human Bones as Symbols of Power: Views of Native Americans Toward Graverobbing Archaeologists. World Archaeological Congress, London and Southampton.
1986 Made Radical By My Own: An Archaeologist Learns to Understand the Reburial Issue. World Archaeological Congress. London and Southampton.
1985 Desecration and Reburial as an Anthropological Issue: The Tactics of a Discipline's Self-Delusion. American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.
1985 A Perspective on Reburial From South Dakota. Society for American Archaeology/Society of Professional Archaeologists Conference on the Reburial Issue, Chicago.
1985 Simulation of Land Use Patterns and Population Density as Contributory Factors to the Crow Creek Massacre. With L. Bradley International Union of Pre-and Protohistoric Sciences Commission on Mathematical Modeling and Data Management, Denver.
1985 To Dehumanize and Slaughter: A Model of Massacres. With J. Stewart. Popular Culture Association, Louisville.
1984 Organizer. Lakota Perspectives on Treatment of Human Remains. Special Event. American Anthropological Association, Denver.
1984 Moderator. Microcomputers in Archaeology. 42nd Plains Conference. Lincoln.
1984 Human Prehistory of the Loess Hills Region. 8th Loess Hills Natural History Seminar. Onawa, IA.
1983 Famine in 14th Century South Dakota. With J. Gregg. 41st Plains Conference, Rapid City.
1983 Organizer. Indian Perspectives on Reburial. 41st Plains Conference, Rapid, City.
1983 Simulation of Land Use Patterns and Population Aggregation as Contributory Factors to the Crow Creek Massacre. With L. Bradley. Conference on Gaming and Simulation in Ancient Studies. University of Minnesota.
1983 Simulation of Euro-American Trade Good Flow to the Arikara. With C. Orser. Conference on Gaming and Simulation in Ancient Studies. University of Minnesota.
1982 The Crow Creek Massacre. With J. Gregg. Scientific Exhibit. International College of Surgeons. Atlantic City.
1982 Population Aggregation and Land Use Patterns as Contributory Factors to the Crow Creek Massacre. With L. Bradley. UNIC-3 Conference, U. of Minnesota.
1982 Reburial, Indians, and Archaeology in South Dakota. Special presentation to the Executive Committee of the Society for American Archaeology. Minneapolis.
1982 The Answer to the Crow Creek Massacre: Famine in 14th Century SD. With J. Gregg. International Paleopathology Association. Toledo.
1982 Population Movements into Early South Dakota. Conference on Migration in the Siouxland Area. Siouxland Heritage Museum, Sioux Falls.
1981 Ante-mortem Paleopathology of the Crow Creek Massacre Victims. With J. Gregg. South Dakota Medical Association. Sioux Falls.
1981 Plains Indian Warfare and the Crow Creek Massacre. Curatorial Lecture. San Diego Museum of Man.
1981 Ante-mortem Paleopathology of the Crow Creek Massacre Victims. With J. Gregg. American College of Surgeons. San Francisco.
1981 Indians, Archaeologists, and Bones. With R. Alex. Society for American Archaeology. San Diego.
1981 The Crow Creek Massacre Site. Missouri Valley History Conference. Omaha.
1980 Trends and Possibilities for Computer Simulation in Plains Archaeological Research. Plains Conference. Iowa City.
1980 Some Cautions About the Use of Geographical Models in Archaeological Research. Conference on Current Directions in Midwestern Archaeology. Mankato, Minnesota.
1980 Osteopathology in the Crow Creek Massacre Victims. With J. Gregg and P. Gregg. 3rd European Conference of the Paleopathology Association. Caen, France.
1980 Ancient Congenital Anomalies from the Dakotas. With J. Gregg and P. Gregg. Paleopathology Association.
1980 Para-mortem Osteopathology in the Crow Creek Massacre Victims. With J. Gregg and P. Gregg. Paleopathology Association.
1980 Osteopathology in the Crow Creek Massacre Victims. With J. Gregg. American Association of Physical Anthropologists.
1980 The Future of Paleopathology in the Upper Missouri River Basin. With J. Gregg. American Association of Physical Anthropologists.
1980 Ecological Characterization as a Foundation for Prediction of Plains Village Tradition Site Locations in Central South Dakota. With S. Archer and L. Tieszen. Society for American Archaeology.
1979 Macrosimulations on Microcomputers. Plains Conference.
1979 Microcomputers in Archaeology. Session organized with L. Bradley. Plains Conference.
1978 Some Perspectives on the Woodland Tradition in South Dakota. Plains Conference.
1978 The Future of South Dakota's Past. Session organized and chaired. Plains Conference.
1977 South Dakota Archaeology. Session organized and chaired. Plains Conference.
1977 The Woodland Tradition in Iowa. Session organized and chaired. Iowa Academy of Science.
1976 Excavations at the Heath Site (39LN15). With A. Hannus. Joint Plains-Midwest Conference.
1976 Archaeological Research in the Glenwood Locality. Iowa Academy of Science.
1976 Simulation of Prehistoric Locational Behavior. With D. Moore. Pittsburgh Conference on Modeling and Simulation.
1975 Explorations at the Emineja Site (39MH28). With N. Kadous. Plains Conference.
1975 Simulation of Nebraska Phase Settlement Systems in the Glenwood Locality, Mills County, Iowa. Iowa Academy of Science.
1975 Simulation of Nebraska Phase Settlement in the Glenwood Locality. Plains Conference.
1973 Simulation of Settlement/Subsistence Systems. With D. Moore. Plains Conference.
1972 Toward a Method for the Analysis of Lithic Materials. With R. Mallam and P. Brockington. Kansas Anthropological Meetings.
1971 Implications of the Glenwood Local Sequence for Ceramic Typology. Iowa Academy of Science.
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OTHER CREATIVE PROFESSIONAL
1996-2006 Social Sciences Book Reviewer, Phi Beta Kappa Key Reporter (12-15 reviews per year), with more than 500,000 readers.
1995-2006 Consultant to BBC World Service (These Remains Are Ours!), BBC Horizons (Bones of Contention, programs on pseudoscience), Discovery Channel/Discover Magazine (segment on Kennewick Man)
2002/2004 Dance with your heart! Understanding Powwows. CD-ROM. American Indian Student Association, University of Iowa. Design, writing, advisor. Version 1.2 issued in 2004
1980-present Consultant to American Indians Against Desecration, International Indian Treaty Council, American Indian Movement, Native American Rights Fund, Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, Western Mohegan, Yankton Sioux, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, Meskwaki, Miami Nation of Indiana, Native American Indian Voices of Indiana, American Indian Commission of Indiana
1998 Native Americans: People of the Plains. CD-ROM. Raleigh, NC: Rainbow Education Media. Technical Advisor.
1997-1999 Webmaster, Department of Anthropology, University of Iowa. (http://www.uiowa.edu/~anthro)
1995 Bones of Contention. BBC Horizons. BBC Television, London. On camera and Technical Advisor.
1995-96 Anthropology Resources Page. World Wide Web, (http://www.usd.edu/anth)
1993 Native Americans: People of the Plains. Rainbow Educational Video #863. Bohemia, NY. TechnicalConsultant.
1990 The Reburial Issue. Heart of the Matter. BBC Television, London. Technical Advisor.
1989 The Mitchell Site. Interpretive films for Behuner Museum, Mitchell, SD. Technical Advisor.
1985 Land Between Two Rivers. Loess Hills segment. Film for Iowa Public Television. Technical Consultant.
1983 Home Land. Film for South Dakota Committee on the Humanities. Unity Productions, Seattle. Anthropology Consultant.
1982 Update: Crow Creek (photo exhibit). With J. Gregg and H. Ferwerda. South Dakota Society of Radiologic Technicians. Rapid City.
1982 Ancient Peoples and Places of South Dakota. (Filmstrip and cassette series for Junior High). Technical Consultant.
1981 The Crow Creek Massacre: The Radiographic Experience (photo exhibit). With J. Gregg and H. Ferwerda. Nebraska Society of Radiographic Technicians. North Platte.
1981 Ante-mortem Paleopathology of the Crow Creek Massacre Victims (photo exhibit). With J. Gregg. Black Hills Health Fair. Rapid City.
1980 The Wanagi is Gone. (Film for South Dakota Public Television on Crow Creek, Bruce Baird, Director. Shown Nationally). Creative and technical consultant.
1980 Paleopathology of the Crow Creek Massacre Victims. Permanent Photo Exhibit. University of Caen, France.
1980-present Consultant to American Indians Against Desecration, International Indian Treaty Council, American Indian Movement, Native American Rights Fund, Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma,
1977 The Great Plains Experience. (Films and course for The University of Mid- America). Anthropology Consultant.
1976 Paha Sapa: The Black Hills (Film for South Dakota Committee on the Humanities). Cottonwood Productions. On camera and Anthropology Consultant.
2011 Organizer, Indigenous People and Museums:
Unraveling the Tensions. Inter-Congress of the World Archaeological Congress,
2009 Nominations Committee, Register of Professional Archaeologists (Appointed)
2008-2011 Public Policy Committee (elected), American Anthropological Association
2007 Nominations Committee (Chair), Register of Professional Archaeologists (Elected)
2004-2008 Vice-President, World Archaeological Congress
2003-present Chair, Publications Task Force, World Archaeological Congress
2003-2004 Board of Directors, Minnesota Archaeological Society
2003-2004 Board of Directors, Friends of Grand Portage
2002-2005 Ethics Committee, American Anthropological Association (elected)
2000-2001 Native American Relations Committee, Plains Anthropological Society
1997-2002 Ethics Committee, Society for American Archaeology, Acting Chair, 2000
1999 Co-convenor, with Paul Turnbull. Archaeology and repatriation: Collecting, collections and the development of the ‘reburial issue.’ World Archaeological Congress, Capetown, SA
1997 Organizer, Oneota Conference.
1997 Co-convenor and webmaster, Indigenous People in an Interconnected World. Fulbright Symposium, Darwin, Australia
1997-2000 Crabtree Award Committee, Society for American Archaeology
1997 Native American Scholarship Committee, Plains Anthropological Society
1995 Co-Host, Keepers of the Treasures, Annual Meeting, Sioux Falls, SD.
1995-97 Chair, Native American Scholarship Committee, Society for American Archaeology.
1994 Member, Nominating Committee (elected), Society for American Archaeology.
1990-94 Executive Secretary, World Archaeological Congress
1988-89 Organizing Secretary, World Archaeological Congress-1st Intercongress, Vermillion, SD, 1989
1985 Community Grants Writer, South Dakota Committee on the Humanities.
1984 Facilities Chairman, American Indians Against Desecration and U.S. Air Force Conference on the Peacekeeper Project. Vermillion, SD.
1983 Program Chairman, Plains Conference. Rapid City, SD.
1982-84 Board of Directors, South Dakota Archaeological Society.
1982-83 Secretary/Treasurer, Council of South Dakota Archaeologists.
1982-83 Treasurer, Institute for Rural Anthropology.
1976-77 Chairperson, Anthropology Section, Iowa Academy of Science.
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IUPUI-Issues in Native American
Representation, Human Origins
and Prehistory, Cultural
Resources Management, North American
Prehistory, Introduction to
Museum Studies, Exhibiting
Native American Cultures, Indians
of North America, Lost Tribes and Ancient Astronauts (OnCourse based),
Museum Ethics (OnCourse based)
University of Minnesota - Archaeology Practicum (team taught)
University of Iowa - Human Origins, North American Prehistory,
Fantastic Archaeology, Anthropology and Contemporary World Problems, American
Indians in Film, Understanding Conflict and Aggression, Introduction to American
Indian and Native Studies, Introduction to Prehistory, Plains Archaeology,
Seminar in American Indian and Native Studies, Archeological Field Methods and
American Indian Concerns (team taught field course), Museum Literacy and
Historical Memory (team taught), Native Peoples of the Plains, Historical Memory
in Cross-Cultural Perspective (team taught), Race and Cultural Identity in the
University of South Dakota - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Introduction to Archaeology, Introduction to Physical Anthropology, Sociocultural Theory, Anthropology of Religion, Native Peoples of North American, Plains Indian Cultural Ecology, Anthropology and Literature, Fantastic Archaeology, South Dakota Prehistory, Teaching Cultural Anthropology, Archaeological Field Methods, Laboratory Methods in Archaeology
Harrington Lecturer, 1992
Burlington Northern Award for Outstanding Teaching, 1986
USD Student Association Teacher of the Year, 1980
2008-2009 Acting Director, Museum Studies Program, IUPUI
2008-2010 Promotion and Tenure Committee, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI
2005-2007Promotion and Tenure Committee, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI
2002-2004 Head, Archaeology Department, Minnesota Historical Society
1998-2001 Department Executive Officer, American Indian and Native Studies Program, University of Iowa
1997 American Indian and Native Studies Steering Committee, University of Iowa
1996-2002 Public Education Committee, Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa
All 1995 and before at the University of South Dakota
1995 Member, University Parking & Traffic Committee
1995 Member & coordinator, Faculty Webmasters Group
1994-Program Director, Anthropology
1993-1995 Second Vice President, Friends of the W.H. Over State Museum Executive Board
1990-present Student Leadership Development Steering Committee
1989-present College of Arts and Sciences Academic Computing Committee
1988-1994 Chairperson, Department of Social Behavior
1988 Search Committee for Director of Institute of Indian Studies
1988 Search Committee for Director of Admissions.
1987-88 President's Fellow, Office of the President-USD
1987-88 Steering Committee, President's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Public Relations.
1987-88 USD State Centennial Committee (sub-committee chair)
1987-89 Sigma Xi Program Committee
1987 Biochemistry Departmental Review Committee
1986-87 Chairman, University Curriculum and Instruction Committee
1986-88 Member, College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum and Instruction Committee
1985-86 Vice-Chairman, Division of Social Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences.
1985-89 President's Committee on Native American Needs and Services
1985-88 Archaeology Minor Advisory Board, Chairman.
1985-present American Indian Studies Minor Advisory Board.
1985-86 Faculty Administrative Intern. Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
1985-86 Presidential Alumni Scholar Procedures Review Committee.
1984-86 Faculty Advisor, Tiyospaye Council (Indian Student Club).
1984-86 Faculty Advisor, Sigma Nu Fraternity.
1984-86 Presidential Alumni Scholar Selection Committee.
1984-88 Department of Social Behavior Promotion and Tenure Committee.
1984-85 Board of Directors, Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce.
1978-1988 Director of Anthropology Program.
1983-84 Executive Board, Friends of the W.H. Over Museum.
1983 USD General Research Committee.
1982-83 Creative Enterprises Subcommittee of the University Planning Committee.
1982-1984 Secretary, Dakota Interactive Services, Incorporated.
1979-1982 President, Dakota Interactive Services, Incorporated.
1979-80 National Science Foundation Scientific Improvement Grant Steering Committee.
1979 College of Business Mission Review Committee
1978 Department of Political Science 5-year Review Committee
1977-1979 Director, Archaeology Laboratory
1977-1979 Secretary, College of Arts and Sciences, Social Science Division.
1977-79 University Senate Learning Resources Committee, Museum Subcommittee (Chairperson 1979).
1977-1994 W.H. Over Museum Deaccession Committee
1977-79 South Dakota Research Institute Advisory Panel.
1977-present Department of Social Behavior Research and Goals Committee (Chairperson, 1977-present).
1977-81 Department of Social Behavior Curriculum and Instruction Committee.
1975-77 Department of Social Behavior Library Acquisitions Committee (Chairperson 1979).
1975-77 College of Arts and Sciences Student Status Committee.
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GRANTS AND CONTRACTS:
While Director of the University of South Dakota Archaeology Laboratory and as a private contractor I have received, administered, and completed nearly 70 grants and contracts for various aspects of archaeological and computer related activities with total dollar amounts in excess of 1.75 million dollars. The funding agencies range from private individuals or groups to local, state and federal agencies. Grants and contracts ranged from $25 to nearly $1,000,000 dollars. Smaller contracts were public service. In some instances I acted as Co-director on projects. Samples are listed below.
Conference support for WAC Inter-Congress, Indigenous People and Museums: Unraveling the Tensions, June 22-25, 20110. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. $15,000.
Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage: Theory, Practice, Policy, Ethics. With George Nicholas and Julie Hollowell (part of large international team). Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, $2,500,000
Digital Inspection and Virtual Restoration of 3D Objects, with Daniel Aliaga Intercampus (Purdue & IUPUI) Applied Research Program, $50,000
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MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
American Anthropological Association (Fellow)
American Association of Museums
Council for Minnesota Archaeology
Iowa Archaeological Society
Minnesota Archaeological Society
Plains Anthropological Society
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
Society for American Archaeology
Society for Applied Anthropology (Fellow)
Society for Historical Archaeology
Register of Professional Archaeologists
World Archaeological Congress
REFERENCES: Provided on request
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