SUMMARY OF WFU ANTHROPOLOGY FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

For

Reporting Professional Activities

 

Reynolda Campus

2004-2005

 

I.                Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.              Papers and Presentations

III.            Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV.            Awards

 

 

I.                Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

 

 

Arcury, Thomas

 

 

·       2004  Arcury TA, Skelly AH, Gesler WM, Dougherty MC. Diabetes Meanings Among Those Without Diabetes: Explanatory Models among Immigrant Latinos in Rural North Carolina. Social Science & Medicine 59:2185-2193, 2004.

 

  • 2004  Quandt SA, Arcury TA, Early J, Tapia J, Davis JD.  Household Food Security among Latino Farmworkers in North Carolina.  Public Health Reports 119:568-576, 2004.

 

  • 2004  Gesler WM, Hayes M, Arcury TA, Skelly AH, Nash S, Soward ACM.  Use of Mapping Technology in Health Intervention Research.  Nursing Outlook 52:142-146, 2004

 

·       2005  Bell RA, Smith SL, Arcury TA, Snively BM, Stafford JM, Quandt SA. Prevalence and Predictors of Depression among Rural Older African Americans, Natives Americans and Whites with Diabetes.  Diabetes Care 28:823-829, 2005.

 

·       2005  Arcury TA, Quandt SA, Bell RA, Vitolins MZ.  Rural Older Adults’ Beliefs about Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use.  Complementary Health Practice Review 10:33-44, 2005

 

·       2005   Bell RA, Arcury TA, Snively BM, Smith SL,  Stafford MS, Donhanish D, Quandt SA.  Diabetes Foot Self-Care Practices in a Rural, Tri-Ethnic Population. Diabetes Educator 31:75-83, 2005.

 

·       2005 Skelly AH, Quandt SA, Arcury TA, Snively BM, Bell RA, Smith SL, Wetmore LK. Self-monitoring of Blood Glucose in a Multiethnic Population of Rural Older Adults with Diabetes.  Diabetes Educator 31:84-90, 2005.

 

 

 

·       2005 Arcury TA, Quandt SA, Rao P, Doran AM, Snively BM, Barr DB, Hoppin JA, Davis SW. Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure in Farmworker Family Members in Western North Carolina and Virginia: Case Comparisons.  Human Organization 64:40-51, 2005.

 

·       2005 rcury TA, Preisser JS, Jr., Gesler WM, Powers JM. Access to Transportation and Health Care Utilization in a Rural Region.  Journal of Rural Health 21:31-38, 2005.

 

·       2005  Arcury TA, Gesler WB, Pressier JS, Sherman J, Spencer J, Perin J. The Effects of Geography and Spatial Behavior on Health Care Utilization Among the Residents of a Rural Region. Health Services Research 40:117-137, 2005.

 

·       2005  Adams RE, Rohe WM, Arcury TA. Knowledge of Community Oriented Policing and Neighborhood Perceptions in Five Small To Midsize Cities.  Journal of Criminal Justice 33:43-54, 2005.

 

 

 

Folmar, Steven

 

  • 2005 Contradiction, Cultural Tourism, Development and Social Structure in Nepal.  Southern Anthropologist 30:38-61.

 

 

Kaplan, Jay R

 

  • 2005  Kaplan JR. Ethical issues in the study of non human primates.  Pp79-90 IN: Turner TR (ed). Biological Anthropology and Ethics.  New Yourk: Suny  Press

 

  • 2004  Rogers J, Martin LJ, Comuzzie AG, Mann JJ, Manuck SB, Leland M, Kaplan JR. Genetics of monomine metabolites in baboons: overlapping sets of genes influence levels of 5-hydroxyindolacetic acid, 3-hydroxy-4-methoxyphenylglycol, and homovanillic acid.  Biol Psychiatr 2004;55(7):739-744

 

  • 2004  Stute P, Wood CE, Kaplan JR, Cline JM. Cyclic changes in the mammary gland of cynomolgus macaques.  Fertil Steril 2004;82 Suppl 3:1160-1170.

 

  • 2005  Adams MR, William JK, Kaplan JR. Estrogens, progestins, and atherosclerosis. [Letter to the editor].  Atheroscler Thromb Vasc Biol 2005;24:e190-e191.

 

  • 2005  Register TC, Cann JA, Kaplan JR, Williams JK, Adams MR, Morgan TM, Anthony MS, Blair RM, Wagner JD, Clarkson TB.  Effects of soy isoflavones and conjugated equine estrogens on inflammatory markers in atherosclerotic, ovariectomized monkeys. J Clin Endocrinol Metab.2005 Mar;90(3):1734-40

 

Miller, Ellen 

 

  • 2005  Schwartz GF, Miller ER, Gunnell GF.  Developmental processes, life history and canine dimorphism in primate evolution.  Journal of Human Evolution 48:97-103

 

 

 

Rao, Pamela

 

  • 2004 Rao P, Arcury TA, Quandt SA, Doran AM.  North Carolina Growers’ and Extension Agents’ Perceptions of Latino Farmworker Pesticide Exposure.  Human Organization, 63(2):151-61, 2004.

 

  • 2004 Quandt SA, Arcury TA, Rao P, Mellen BG, Camann DE, Doran AM, Yau AY, Hoppin JA, Jackson DS.  Agricultural and Residential Pesticides in Wipe Samples from Farmworker Family Residences in North Carolina and Virginia. Environmental Health Perspective 112(3):382-387, 2004.

 

  • 2004 Rao P, Arcury TA, Quandt SA.  Student Participation in Community-Based Participatory Research to Improve Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Health:  Issues For Success.  Journal of Environmental Education, 35(2):3-15, 2004

 

  • 2004  Quandt SA, Doran AM, Rao P, Hoppin JA, Snively BM, and Arcury TA. Reporting Pesticide Assessment Results to Farmworker Families: Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Risk Communication Strategy. Environmental Health Perspectives 112(5): 636-642, 2004.

 

  • 2005  Arcury TA, Quandt SA, Rao P, Doran AM, Snively BM, Barr DB, Hoppin JA, Davis SW. Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure in Farmworker Family Members in Western North Carolina and Virginia:  Case Comparisons. Human Organization 61(1): 40-51, 2005. 

 

 

Robinson, Ken

 

Technical Reports:

 

·       2004  Preliminary archaeological testing, Puisburg Public Spring Site, Louisburg, North Carolina. Prepared for the Trading Path Preservation Association and the Town of Louisburg, NC.

·       2004  Municipal Archaeological Survey,. Cape Fear River and Vicinity, Fayetteville, Cumberland County, NC. Prepared for the City of Fayetteville and the NC Department of Cultural Resources. Funded by a Survey and Planning Grant awarded by the National Park Service, and administered by the N.C. State Historic Preservation Office.

 

·       2004  Archaeological Testing and Assessment, Proposed Interpretive Center, David Caldwell Historic Site, Greensboro, North Carolina. Prepared for Greensboro Beautiful, Inc., Greensboro, NC

 

·       2004 Archaeological monitoring and preliminary mapping, Davenport Spring site, Avery County, NC. Prepared for the UNIMIN Corporation and the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail-National Park Service.

 

·       2004 Archaeological Testing and Preliminary Analysis of Colonial Artifacts, Los Tamarindos Site, Camp Santiago Training Site, Salinas, Puerto Rico. By Kenneth W. Robinson (with contributions by Jeffrey Walker and Pricilla Riefkohl, Caribbean National Forest, and Kathryn Underwood, Alice Wright and Jon Anders, Wake Forest University) Report prepared by Wake Forest University for the Caribbean National Forest and the Puerto Rico National Guard.

·       2004 Archaeological Testing, Site G-15-01 (Batey Site), Camp Santiago Training Site, Salinas, Puerto Rico. By Kenneth W. Robinson (with contributions by Jeffrey Walker and Priscilla Riefkohl, Caribbean National Forest and Kathryn Underwood and Jon Anders, Wake Forest University) Report prepared by Wake Forest University for the Caribbean National Forest and the Puerto Rico National Guard.

·       2004  Archaeological Testing, Ocho Concheros Site (F-04-01), Camp Santiago Training Site, Salinas, Puerto Rico. By Kenneth W. Robinson (With contributions by Jeffrey Walker and Priscilla Riefkohl, Caribbean National Forest and Kathryn Underwood and Jon Anders, Wake Forest University). Report prepared by Wake Forest University for the Caribbean National Forest and the Puerto Rico National Guard.

·       2004 Interim Report No.1, Historic Industrial and Transportation Structures, Hope Mills Lake, Hope Mills, NC: Diversion Dam and Spillway. Prepared for The Rose Group, Consulting Engineers, Fayetteville, NC and the Town of Hope Mills.

 

·       2004 Archaeological survey and assessment, Interstate 77 Welcome Center sewer line along Naked Run and Stewarts Creek, Mount Airy Vicinity, Surry County, NC. By William Terrell, Michael Murrow, Jon Anders and Kenneth Robinson. Prepared for Adams-Heath Engineering, Inc., Galax, Virginia.

 

·       2004 Archaeological Documentation, Morningstar Lutheran Church Cemetery, Matthews, Mecklenburg County, NC. By Kenneth W. Robinson, Paul Thacker, Jon Anders and Michael Murrow, Wake Forest University Archaeology Laboratories, Report prepared for the Morningstar Lutheran Church.

 

  • 2005 The Search for the Early African American School on Happy Hill, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, By Kenneth Robinson, Paul Thacker, Jon Anders, and Michael Murrow

Wake Forest University Archaeology Laboratories, Report prepared for Eagan Partners, LLC and the Hope VI-Housing Authority of Winston Salem, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

 

  • 2005 Archaeological investigation of a HOPE-VI development lot next to the Happy Hill Cemetery, Winston-Salem, NC. By Kenneth Robinson, Jon Anders, Michael Murrow and Paul Thacker, WFU Archaeology Laboratories.  Prepared for the Hope VI-Housing Authority of Winston-Salem, NC.

2005   Interim Report No.2, Historic Industrial and Transportation Structures, Hope Mills Lake, Hope Mills, NC: Log and Timber Crib Dam, Fayetteville and Southern Plank Road Stream Crossing & Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railroad Trestle.  Prepared for The Rose Group, Consulting Engineers, Fayetteville, NC and the Town of Hope Mills.

 

·       2005 Archaeological assessment of a house construction site near the historic William Smith House, Averasboro Battlefield, Cumberland County, NC. Prepared for the Averasboro Battlefield Association, Inc., Dunn, NC.

 

·       2004 Exhibition: Archaeology of the Salisbury Confederate Prison Site for City of Salisbury and Salisbury Tourism Office (NC), fall 2004.

 

·       2004 Exhibition:  Siouan and Cherokee Indians, and Interactions with Moravians for Wachovia Historical Society, fall 2004.

 

·       2004 Exhibition: Cherokee Indians and Historic Roads Followed by Moravian Missionaries to the Cherokee Country for Cherokee Moravian Historical Association, fall 2004.

 

·       2004 Exhibition: Fayetteville Arsenal Archaeology Research, 2004, Museum of the Cape Fear, Fayetteville, NC, summer 2004.

 

·       2004 Exhibition: Photos of the Historic Plank Roads and Public Works in Fayetteville, NC, Cumberland County Public Library, fall 2004.

 

 

Simonelli, Jeanne

 

  • 2005  Uprising of Hope: Sharing the Zapatista Journey to Alternative Development

          Walnut Creek, CA AltaMira Press: California (with Duncan Earle)

 

  • 2004  (with D. Earle) The Irrational Efficiencies of Planned Globalization:

Alternative Development and Plan Puebla Panamá in Chiapas, Journal of the Steward Anthropological Association, Vol. 28(1 and 2), 2000:79-115

 

 

  • 2004  (with D. Earle)  Acompañar Obediciendo:  Learning How to Help in Collaboration with Zapatista Communities  Michigan Journal of Service Learning, Vol 10(3): 43-56

 

·       2004-2005 Quarterly contributions:

1)    Society for Applied Anthropology Newsletter (4)

2)    Teaching Practicing Practicing Anthropology (4)

 

·       2004  Curated Exhibit for Guilford Native American Center:  Crossing Between Worlds: The Dine (Navajo) of Canyon de Chelly

 

 

 

Thacker, Paul

 

      Technical Report Publications

  • 2005  The Search for the Early African American School on Happy Hill, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Wake Forest University Archaeology Laboratories Technical Report Series.

 

  • 2005  Archaeological Investigation of a Hope VI Housing Development Lot Located Adjacent to the Happy Hill Cemetery.  Wake Forest University Archaeology Laboratories Technical Report Series.

 

  • 2005  Archaeological Documentation of the Morningstar Lutherna Church Cemetery,  Matthews, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.  Wake Forest University Archaeology Laboratories Technical Report Series.

 

  • 2005  Public Archaeology Day Cooridinator, Historic Bethabara, North Carolina.

 

 

 

Whittington, Stephen L.

 

  • Tokens of Thanks: Ex-votos from Brazil and Mexico (with P. Dillard) at Museum of Anthropology

 

 

II.              Papers and Presentations

 

Arcury, Thomas

 

 

·       2004  Quandt SA, Smith SL, Bell RA, Stafford JM, Dohanish R, Snively BM, Arcury TA.  Foot Care Practices of Older Adults with Diabetes in a Rural Multiethnic Community.  Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC, November 2004.

 

·       2004  Bell RA, Snively BM, Quandt SA, Skelly AH, Smith SL, Arcury TA, Stafford JM.  Primary and Specialty Medical Care among Ethnically Diverse, Older Rural Adults with Type 2 Diabetes: The ELDER Study. Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC, November 2004.

 

·       2005  Arcury TA, Vallejos Q, Marin AJ, Quandt SA, Smith G, Feldman S, Fleischer A,  Schulz MR, Krejci-Manwaring J.  Farmworker Perceptions of the Nature and Causes of Occupational Skin Disease. Society for Applied Anthropology, Santa Fe, NM, April 2005.

 

·       2005  Quandt SA, Vallejos Q, Marin AJ, Quandt SA, Smith G, Feldman S, Fleischer A,  Schulz MR, Krejci-Manwaring J, Arcury TA. Skin Disease among Latino Farmworkers and Associated Quality of Life. Society for Applied Anthropology, Santa Fe, NM, April 2005.

 

·       2005  Smith SL, Quandt SA,  Arcury TA. The Thick and Thin of It: Blood and Health in the Rural South.  Society for Applied Anthropology, Santa Fe, NM, April 2005.

 

 

Bender, Margaret

 

·       2005  The Other Matrilineal Puzzle:  A Comparison of Gender-Related Beliefs and Practices in Two Oklahoma Native American Communities.  Presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society, Chattanooga, TN.

 

 

Folmar, Steven 

 

·       2005 Panelist on Immigrant/Latino Health Issues.  Society for Applied Anthropology in Santa Fe, NM.

 

·       2005 The Unpaved Road to Development.  Paper for Society for Applied Anthropology in Santa Fe, NM.

 

  • 2005 You are the Clever One: Semantic Contests and Transient Community Paper for Southern Anthropological Society Meetings in Chattanooga, TN. 

 

 

Beverlye Hancock

 

  • 2005  Slide presentation/paper Reaching and Teaching: Applying Anthropology Through Museums at the Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting, in Santa Fe, NM  April 5-8,2005.

 

 

Miller, Ellen

 

  • 2005  Miller, E.R., Anemone, R., Grossman, A., Watkins, R. Kyeva, M. and Moru, R. A new       hominoid partial maxilla from Buluk, early Miocene, Kenya. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl.   40:152.

 

  • 2004  Schwartz, G.T., Miller, E.R. and Gunnell, G.F. Developmental basis of canine dimorphism in early Eocene Notharctines. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 123(S38):176-177.

 

 

Robinson, Ken

 

·       2005 Southeastern Archaeological Conference: poster session, (co-author with Dr. Paul Thacker) Archaeology and Soil Resistivity Survey In Search of Happy Hill School Site.

 

 

Simonnelli, Jeanne

 

·       2005  Uprising of Hope, College of Charleston, Jan. 2005

 

·       2005  The Zapatistas: From Armed Uprising to Social Experiment, Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

 

·       2005  The Patience to See; The Courage to Act: Activism and the Application of Anthropology, Keynote Address, Annual meeting of the Israeli Society for Applied Anthropology, Afula, Israel

 

·       2005  Social Activism and Anthropological Research: Lessons from the Zapatistas.  Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

 

 

 

Thacker, Paul

 

  • 2005 Quadrennial Iberian Archaeological Congress; Faro, Portugal :

 

    1. Symposium Co-Chair with Nuno Bicho: From the Mediterranean  asin to the Portuguese Atlantic Shore:  Papers in Honor of Anthony Marks (15 participants and approximately 430 attendees)

 

    1. First-Author with Carlos Pereira: Upper Paleolithic Society at Vale de Obidos: An Interdisciplinary Approach.

 

    1. Co-Author with Brooks Ellwood: Relative Dating and Stratigraphic Correlation Using Magnetic Susceptibility Measurements at Lapa dos Coelhos, Portugal

 

    1. Authur: The Paleolithic Campsite at Chainca and the Portuguese Auignacian

 

 

·    2005  61st Southeastern Archaeological Conference; St. Louis, Missouri:

 

1.     First-Author with Ken Robinson: Electrical Resistivity Survey in the Urban Setting of Happy Hill, North Carolina

 

2.     Co-Author with Matt Baker (Wake Forest Undergraduate Student): Taphonomy and Turkeys at the Late Woodland Village Site of Donnaha

 

·    2005  Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting; Salt Lake City, Utah:

 

1.     Symposium Chair: Paleolithic Europe (7 participants and approximately 175 attendees)

 

2.     Author: Stone Boiling, Hide Smudging, and Ochre Production: Uper Paleolithic Thermal Technology at Vale de Obidos, Portugal

    

 

Whittington, Stephen

 

·       2005  Balanced reciprocity: developing a community museum in exchange for access to archaeological resources in Mexico. Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for  Applied Anthropology in Albuquerque, NM

 

 

III.            Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

 

Arcury, Thomas

 

·       Consulting Editor, Journal of Environmental Education

 

·       Editorial Board, Journal of Marriage and Family

 

·       Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Gerontology

 

 

 

Bender, Margaret

 

  • 2002-2005  Secretary/Treasurer, Southern Anthropological Society, 2002-2005

 

  • 2005  Linguistic Consultant, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, approximately two weeks (estimate oa of May 4, 2005)James

 

 

Folmar, Steven

 

  • 2005  Spin 2005.  May 23 to July 1

 

 

Kaplan, Jay R

 

  • Associate (action) Editor: American Journal of  Primatology

 

  • Council of the Institute of Laboratory Animal Research (ILAR), a committee of the National Research Council and the National Academies

 

  • Committee on Regulatory Policies in Animal Care and Use, a committee of the National Research Council and the National Academies

 

 

 

Robinson, Kenneth

 

·       Various paid consulting projects conducted for state agencies (NC State Historic Preservation Office, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, NC Department of Transportation), federal agencies (National Park Service-Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail, US Forest Service), local governments (City of Sanford; City of Winston-Salem, Town of Bethania, Town of Hope Mills), local historical museums and associations (sample: Averasboro Battlefield Association; Historic Bethabara Park Trustees) and private organizations and corporations (UNIMIN, Inc.; The Rose Group, Inc.; Heath Engineering). For more see list of project publications above.

 

 

Simonelli, Jeanne

 

  • Editor, Practicing Anthropology

 

  • President, Society for Humanistic Anthropology

Councilor and co- Program Chair, Society for Latin American Anthropology

 

·       Fellow, Society for Applied Anthropology

          Board of Directors,  Society for Applied Anthropology

 

·       Autonomous Municipio of Tierra y Libertad       5 hrs week

 

 

Thacker, Paul

 

  • Grant Proposal Reviewer for the National Science Foundation:  Archaeology Program

 

  • Society for American Archaeology Geoarchaeology Working Group member

 

 

Whittington, Steve

 

·       Pre-Columbian and Native American collections. The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, St. Bonaventure University. Four days.

 

 

IV. External Grants Received

 

 

Arcury, Tom

 

·       Rural Older Adults: Oral Health, Diet & Quality of Life (R01 DE17092), National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, Co-Investigator

 

 

Miller, Ellen

 

  • $60,000 from National Science Foundation. This was for Geology, Palentology and Biogeography of the North African Early Miocene

 

 

Robinson, Kenneth

 

  • $ 170,000 18 varied propels.  Requested 200,000 and received 17,000.

 

 

 

Simonelli, Jeanne

 

  • $2,500 requested from NCHC for FOMMA: Cultural Presentation. Funded

 

  • Stipend Support for Peace and Conflict: Israel from Lady Davis Fellowship, Israel. Funded.

 

 

 

Thacker, Paul

 

  • $70,059  funded out of the  $70,059 requested.   from National Science Foundation for Award Transfer Request : Local Raw Material Variability and Hunter-Gatherer Lithic Economy in the Portuguese Magdalenian.

 

 

Whittington, Steve

 

  • $1200.00 funded as requested from North Carolina Humanities Council for Asian Games exhibit

 

  • $54, 869 funded out of the 68,995 requested from Institute for Library and Museum Services for the Museums for America

 

 

 

IV.            Awards

 

Thacker, Paul

 

  • Interfraternity Council Outstanding Dedicated to Instruction Award