SUMMARY OF WFU ANTHROPOLOGY FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS
Reporting Professional Activities
Southern Anthropologist 31(1-2): Themed Issue on Fatherhood and Masculinities in Context, Guest Editor.
Glimpses of Local Masculinities: Learning from Interviews with Kiowa, Comanche, Apache and Chickasaw Men. Southern Anthropologist 31(1-2): 1-17.
Framing the Anomalous: Stoneclad,
Sequoyah, and Cherokee Ethnoliteracy. In New
Perspectives On Native
Review of Blood Politics: Race, Culture
and Identity in the Cherokee Nation of
2005 Folmar S. The Unpaved
Road to Development: An Example from
Archaeology Reports: 8 Technical Reports (see project in list of grants)
Guest Curator, Exhibit on Archaeology and the Fayetteville Arsenal, Museum of the Cape Fear (a branch of the N.C. Museum of History), Fayetteville, NC (Jan 06- ongoing)
2005-2006 Quarterly contributions:
1) Society for Applied Anthropology Newsletter (4)
2) Teaching Practicing Practicing Anthropology (4)
Upcoming publications: submitted two journal articles (Journal of Archaeological Science; Geoarchaeology) and three book chapters for publication. All should be published in 2006
Whittington, Stephen L.
Marie Elaine Danforth, Stephen L. Whittington, and Keith P. Jacobi
An Indexed Bibliography of Prehistoric and Early Historic
Maya Human Osteology (searchable on-line database). <http://www.famsi.org/research/maya_osteology/index.html>
Treasures from a Moravian Attic: Native American Objects from the Wachovia Historical Society Collection (with B. Hancock) at Guilford Native American Art Gallery, Sawtooth Center, and Museum of Anthropology.
The Semiotics of Self, Gender, and Tribe in Kiowa, Comanche, Apache
and Chickasaw Discourses of Fatherhood and Masculinity, 40th Annual Meeting of
the Southern Anthropological Society,
Other Matrilineal Puzzle: A Comparison of Gender-Related Beliefs and Practices
14 Speaking Difference to
Power: The Importance of Linguistic Sovereignty (with Thomas Belt). Mountain Interstate Foreign
3 Looking to the Future and
Drawing on the Past: Contrasting Ideologies of Fatherhood and Masculinity in
March 13 Patterns
of Masculinity and Fatherhood. 39th Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society,
Invited Lectures And Workshops:
May 26-27 Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cultural Resources Department, Conference on Language Revitalization, panel member
2006 Folmar SJ. Insider/Outsider: How a Nepalese Shaman Reworks Caste. Society for Applied Anthropology.
2006 Folmar SJ.
Agency and Faith Healing in
Panelist on Immigrant/Latino Health Issues. Society
for Applied Anthropology in
ER, El-Barkooky AN, Hamdan
M, Korany M, Nichols C. (In press) Paleoenvironmental recontruction
of the mammals from Wadi
M, Miller ER, Barkooky AN. Creodonts and carnivores
from Wadi Moghra, Egypt. (In press). (Accepted for fall meeting of
the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology,
AN, Hamdan MA, Miller E, El-Sharkawi
MA, Qorani M.Geological
context of the Moghra fossil vertebrates. Proc 8th Int Conf Geol Arab World.
2005 Miller ER, Benefit BR. 2006 Systematics of the Victoriapithecidae. Am J Phys Anthropol Suppl:129:131
2005 Anemone R, Grossman A, Miller ER, Watkins R. Biochronology and paleoecology of the Buluk fauna, early Miocene of northern Kenya. J Vert Paleontol 2005:32A.
Investigations at the Chief Vann Plantation and the Spring Place Mission Site,
Archaeology of the Fayetteville Arsenal and Development of Teachers Training Program in Public History and Archaeology (in conjunction with the Museum of the Cape Fear), Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Museums Council, Winston-Salem, NC
Organizer, Invited Session: “Seeing Struggle: Ethnography and Analysis in Difficult Times”
Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association,
Individual Presentation: “Walls, Barriers, Fortifications... and other impositions on people's survival”
“Privatized Collectivity: Collective
Privatization: Reconfiguring Agriculture in Zapatista
Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology,
Uprising of Hope, Department of Anthropology, UNC
Crossing Between Worlds: revisiting Canyon de Chelly,
Invited talk for the Sierra Club of California, in Canyon de Chelly,
“Paleolithic Europe” session at the Society for American Archaeology Annual
-Thacker, P. Stone Boiling, Hide Smudging,
and Ochre Production: Upper Paleolithic Thermal Technology at Vale
-Thacker, P. The Economic Role of Wild
Turkey (Meleagis gallopavo)
in the Late
Stephen L. Whittington
Issues and challenges of board
diversity: lessons from two university anthropology museums. Southeastern
Museums Conference Annual Meeting.
Stephen L. Whittington and Andrew G Workinger
The Teozacoalco Archaeological Project settlement survey in the
area of the Mapa de Teozacoalco,
III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies
April – June Linguistic consultant for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, working to develop language revitalization program
Editorial Board Member, Southern Anthropologist
Peer Reviewer, Southern Anthropologist
2005 Spin 2005. May 23 to July 1
Advisory Board. Hispanic Achievers. YMCA
Editor, Practicing Anthropology
President, Society for Humanistic Anthropology
Councilor, Society for Latin American Anthropology
Fellow, Society for Applied Anthropology
Board of Directors, Society for Applied Anthropology
Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on Disaster Response, Society for Applied Anthropology
Autonomous Municipio of Tierra y Libertad 5 hrs week
Academic advisor for 23 freshmen and sophomores.
Anthropology Minors Advisor for 7 minors.
Cultural Resource Preservation Advisor for 3 minors.
and Native American collections. The
in a National Science Foundation proposal, “Community Based Cherokee (CER)
Language Documentation: A Vehicle for Language Revitalization” as Faculty
Associate, with a requested $76,476 budgeted for
$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.