Chiarulli, Neusius, and Graduate Students Present Research at Archaeological Conference

Posted on 3/10/2013 8:34:27 PM

Beverly Chiarulli and Sarah Neusius, Department of Anthropology, presented on their Johnston Site research at the Mid Atlantic Archaeological Conference annual meeting in Virginia Beach, Va., on March 9, 2013. Four groups of graduate students in the M.A. in Applied Archaeology program also presented on faunal analyses during a poster session.

The presentations included:

New Investigations of the Johnston Phase of the Monongahela Culture in Western Pennsylvania

Beverly Chiarulli and Sarah Neusius

Bev Chiarulli and Stephanie Smith
Beverly Chiarulli and Stephanie Smith at Stephanie’s poster

Poster Session Presentations

Cultural Modification of Bone at the Johnston Site

Matthew Howryla, Adam Burke, and Victoria Harding

Habitat Preference, Seasonality and the Monongahela: A Faunal Analysis of the Johnston Site (36IN002)

Samantha Savory, Jamie Dworsky, and Michelle Cole

Matt and Adam
Matt and Adam explain their poster on Faunal Analysis

An Evaluation of MNE, MAU, and Meat Weight of Faunal Remains at the Johnston Site (36In2)

Stefanie Smith and Ryan Spittler

Jamie, Michelle, Stephanie
From left: Jamie, Michelle, and Samantha at the conference

Seconds Please: An Analysis of Johnston Site (36IN02) Secondary Zooarchaeological Data and Second-Order Taphonomic Processes

Mike Whitehead and Jordan Loucks

Sarah Neusius and Mike Whitehead at ESAF
Sarah Neusius and Mike Whitehead at ESAF

This was the 49th annual meeting of the Mid Atlantic Archaeological Conference. The mission of the organization is to provide a yearly conference and a professional journal for archaeologists, both avocational and professional, working in the Middle Atlantic area: a place to meet, discuss problems and issues, present recent work, and socialize with our colleagues.