DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY

FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT

JULY 1, 1999-JUNE 30, 2000


 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

 

Berman, Mary Jane

 

Berman, MJ, Sievert A, Whyte TC.  Form and Function of Bipolar Artifacts from the Three Dog Site, San Salvador, Bahamas, Latin American Antiquity 10 (4): 415-432

 

Kaplan, Jay R.

 

Shively CA, Adams MR, Kaplan JR, Williams JK. Social stress, geneder, and coronary heart disease. IN: McCabe PM, Schneiderman N, Field T, Wellens AR, eds. Stress, coping and disease. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2000:71-84.

 

Kaplan, JR.  Primate models, cardiovascular disease. IN: Fink, G, ed. Encyclopedia of Stress , San Diego, Academi c Press, 2000.          

 

Kaplan JR, Manuck SB. Status, stress, and atherosclerosi: the role of environment and individual behavior. Annals NY  Acad Sci 1999; 896:145-161

 

Brommage R. Allison C, Stavisky R, Kaplan JR. Measurement of serum bone-specific alkaline phosphatase activity in cynomolgus monkeys. J Med Primatol 1999;28:329-333.

 

Fairbanks LA, Fontenot MB< Phillips-Conroy JE, Jolly CJ, Kaplan JR, Mann JJ. CSF monoamines, age, and impulsivity in wild grivet monkeys. Brain Behav Evol 1999;53:305-312.

 

Nader MA, Grant KA, Gage HD, Ehrenkaufer RL, Kaplan JR, Mach RH. PET imaging of Dopamine D2  receptors with [18F] fluoroclebopride in monkeys: effects of isoflurane- and ketamine-induced anesthesia. Neuropsychopharmacology 1999;21:589-596.

 

Simonelli, Jean M.

 

Chiapas Fieldwork Qualitative Inquiry Vol. 6:1, March 2000

 

Service Learning Abroad: Lessons About Liability and Learning, Metropolitan Universities, Summer 2000

 

Remembering Jose’s Gift: In the Shadow of Rigoberta, Quarterly Journal of Anthropology and Humanism, Vol. 25:1

 

Maya women march in Chiapas New sFrom Indian Country, Late March 2000. p. 9A

 

1999  The Gestational Calendar; Chiapas Meeting Poetry Reading,

Creative Responses to Violence, Womens’ Studies Program, Wake Forest University, September 1999

 

Balance of Belief: Native American Religion in Perspective  Euzelian Society Colloquium Series, Wake Forest University, September 1999

 

 

Weaver, David S.

 

(with Schaefer K, Reicheis W, Macchairelli R, Bondioli L, Seidler H, Webber G, and zur Nedden D) Re-evaluation of the Endocranial Volume of the Guattari I Neandertal Specimen (Monte Circeo). Collegium Antropologicum. 23:397-405. 1999.

 

 

(with Prossinger H, Seidler H, Schaefer K, Fieder M, and Weber G) The Iceman Under Pressure (Part I): A Description of Skull Deformation Due to 5100 Years of Glacial Action.  Collegium Antropologicum. 23:345-367. 1999.

 

(with Driscoll EM) Dental Health and Late Woodland Subsistence in Coastal North Carolina.  In: Bioarchaeological Studies of Life in the Age of Agriculture: A View from the Southeast. P.M. Lambert ed. University of Alabama Press. Tuscaloosa. pp. 148-167. 2000.

 

(with Sandford MK) Trace Element Research in Anthropology: New Perspectives and Challenges.  In: Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton.  M.A. Katzenberg and S.R. Saunders, eds.  Wiley-Liss. New York. pp. 329-350. 2000.

 

Report on the Human Skeletal Remains (Case A99-0195) Examined at the Morgue at the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.  Report filed with the Office of the Medical Examiner. July 29, 1999.

 

Report on the Human Skeletal Remains (Case A99-1755) Examined at the Morgue at the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.  Report filed with the Office of the Medical Examiner. November 30 and December 3, 1999.

 

 

 

WOODALL, J. NED

 

Mississippian Expansion on the Eastern Frontier: One Strategy in the North Carolina Piedmont.  Archaeology of Eastern North America 27: 55-70.

 

(with Roger Kirchen) The Gunflint Industry of  the Monti Lessini, Italy (in Italian).  Annuario Storico Della Valpolicella 1998-1999.

 

Review of Time Before History, in North Carolina Libraries, spring 2000.

 

 

II. Papers and Presentations

 

 

Berman, Mary Jane

 

Paper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, From Naturefact to Artifact: Wooden Artifacts from the Deadman’s Reef Site, Grand Bahama (co-authored with Perry L. Gnivecki and Deborah M. Pearsall).

 

 

Folmar, Steven J

 

Searching for Community and Voice: Services for Immigrant Latinos in Winston-Salem.  Society for Applied Anthropology, San Francisco, CA, March 23, 2000.

 

 

Kaplan, Jay R.

 

Stavisky RC, Ayers MR, Anthony MS, Hopkins WD, Andrews M, Kaplan JR. Assessment of cognitive performance in reproductively intact and ovariecotmized monkeys. American Society of Primatologists, August, 1999, New Orleans, LA.

 

Watson S, Stavisky R, Kaplan J. Exposure to novelty enhances problem-solving proficiency in cynomolgus macaques (Macaca fascicularis). American Society of Primatologists, August 1999, New Orleans, LA.

 

Kaplan JR, Fontenot BM, Berard J, Fairbanks, LA, Mann JJ. Adolescent dip in indices of central serotonergic activity among free-ranging rhesus monkeys. American Society of Primatologists, August 1999, New Orleans, LA.

 

Kaplan JR. Dominance and central  monoaminergic metaoblites in monkeys, what we know, what we can expect. Visiting Lecture Series, NIAAA/NICHD Animal Research Center, Poolsville, MD. July 1999.

 

Kaplan JR. Stress, sex, and atherosclerosis. Columbia University Symposium: New Advances in the Mangement of Coronary Heart Disease in Women. St Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York, New York, December 1999.

 

Kaplan JR. A modes reduction in dietary fat causes increased aggression in primates. Invited Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Acapulco, Mexico, December 1999.

 

Kaplan JR, Manuck SB. The premenopuasal potentiation of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease (CHD): a hypothesis derived from observations on monkeys. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, San Antonio, April 2000.

 

Simonelli, Jeanne M.

 

Session Organizer, “Working With NGOs: Navigating and Negotiating the Personal, The Local and the Global” Presentation: Who Do You Represent? Neutrality, Resistance and Community Projects.  Upcoming, Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, San Francisco, March 2000.

 

Presentation: Mainstreaming the Applied Track: Connections, Guises, and Concerns, Upcoming, Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, San Francisco, March 2000.

 

Session Organizer, “Realidad, Dignidad, y Esperanza: Voices From Chiapas” Presentation: Realidad: Learning About Life and Hope in Chiapas, Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL November 1999

 

 

Weaver, David S.

 

(with Schaefer K, Recheis W, Macchiarelli, Seidler H, Bondioli L, Weber G, and zur Nedden D) Re-evaluation of the Endocranial Volume of Guattari I. International Conference on the Krapina Neandertals and Human Evolution in Central Europe. August 28, 1999. Zagreb/Krapina.

 

(with Prossinger H, Muller G, Weber G, Recheis W, and Seidler H) Electronic Preparation of Fossilized Skulls, Notably Steinheim. IVth International Congress of Alex Hrdlicka. September 2, 1999. Prague.

 

Non-human Primate Models of Aging. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association.  November 19, 1999. Chicago.

 

 

 

Woodall J. Ned

 

Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Pensacola, Florida, November 10-13, 1999 Paper: "Mississippian-Woodland Interaction in the North Carolina Piedmont."

 

VIII International Flint Symposium, Bochum, Germany, September 13-17, 1999 Paper (with Giorgio Chelidonio): "Gunflint Production in the Monti Lessini, Northern Italy: Flintknappers and Smugglers at the End of the Venice Republic."

 

Native American Tribal and Indigenous Organizational Network, Greensboro, NC, April 5, 2000. Paper: "Native Americans on the Eve of Contact."

 

 

 

 

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

 

Berman, Mary Jane

 

Bahamas Field Station Ltd. of the College of the Bahamas, San Salvador, Bahamas, 50 hours 

 

Kaplan, Jay R.

 

Associate (Action) Editor, American Journal of Primatology

 

Council of the Insittute for Laboratory Animal Research  (ILAR), a committee of the National Research Council and the National Academies.

 

Ad hoc reviewer: National Institute of Aging  < 5%

 

Ad hoc reviewer: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute  < 5%

 

Ad hoc reviewer: National Institute of Mental Health   < 5%

 

Simonelli, Jeann M.

 

Executive Board, Society for Humanistic Anthropology

Section Program Chair, American Anthropological Association

Executive Board, Society for Latin American Anthropology

Growing Wings project            5 hrs week

Lowe’s Home Improvement Study  5 hrs month

SUNY-Oswego, Department of Anthropology—external review    3 days

 

 

Weaver, David S.

 

Incoming Vice President of the Paleopathology Association.  (2000 – 2003)

Consultant on Human Osteology ,  NC Office of State Archaeology (as needed)

Consultant on Forensic Anthropology, Forsyth County Office of the Medical Examiner (as needed)

 

 

WOODALL, J. NED

 

Consultation with NC Division of Archives and History, artifact identification from shipwreck Queen Anne's Revenge.  3 days.

 

 

IV. External Grants Receive

 

 

Folmar, Steven J

 

27,486                     Cultural Competency Training, Forsyth Early Childhood Partnership

 

 

Kaplan, Jay R.       

 

2,396,001                Cardiovascular benefits of soy phytoestroges, National Hear Lung and Blood Institute

 

 

 

Simonelli, Jeanne M.

 

5,000                       Community Development in Chiapas, Carr Foundation

 

2,500                       Community Development, Navajo, Dewar Foundation

 

 

 

Woodall, J. Ned

                                   

247,257               Archeology, Cumberland Co., NC, NC Department of Transportation

 

 36,199                Archeology, Wilmington, NC, NC Department of Transportation