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RENÉE M. BONZANI, Ph. D., M.A.

 

Office:

201F Lafferty Hall

Department of Anthropology

University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY 40506

859-257-2671

Email: Renee.Bonzani@uky.edu

 

ACADEMIC DEGREES:

 

1995                Doctor of Philosophy, Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh. Dissertation: Seasonality, Predictability and Plant Use Strategies at San Jacinto 1, Northern Colombia.

 

1995                Certificate of Advanced Study in Latin American Studies, Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh.

       

1990                Master of Arts, Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh. Thesis:  Dendrochronology of the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal Lock Number Four, Pittsburgh.

 

1984                Bachelor of Science, Biology and Archaeology, cum laude, Tufts University, Medford, MA.

 

AWARDS AND HONORS:

 

2020-2021       Host: University of Kentucky Confucius Institute Virtual Speaker Series. Speaker: Dr. Yali Li, Ph.D. Assistant Professor in the School of Archaeology, Jilin University, Changchun, China. Proposed Topic: Ancient Chinese Civil Architecture and Its Capacity for Resisting Natural Disasters. March 12, 2021.

 

2019-Jan          Teaching Honor: Selection to represent the University of Kentucky (UKY) in the Faculty Exchange Program with the Universidad de San Francisco de Quito (USFQ), Ecuador for the Spring semester of 2021. Postponed due to COVID-19 virus.

 

2020                Third Place. Photo Contest “China in My Lens” for “Entrance to Temple, Emperor Qing Zhao Burial Complex, Shangyang, China”. University of Kentucky Confucius Institute, International Center. UK Faculty China Short-Term Teaching Program in Jilin University, Changchun, China. February 5, 2020.

 

2019                Teaching Fellowship. University of Kentucky Confucius Institute, International

Center. UK Faculty China Short-Term Teaching Program in Jilin University, Changchun, China. May - June, 2019.

 

2018-Feb         Quaternary International: Certificate of Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing. From the Editors of Quaternary International, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

2017-2018       Faculty Learning Community: Transitioning to College. University of Kentucky.

 

2017                Teaching Fellowship. University of Kentucky Confucius Institute, International

Center. UK Faculty China Short-Term Teaching Program in Jilin University, Changchun, China. May - June, 2017

 

2017                Third Place. Photo Contest “China in My Lens” for “The Great City Wall” in Xi’an, China. University of Kentucky Confucius Institute, International Center. UK Faculty China Short-Term Teaching Program in Jilin University, Changchun, China. November 14, 2017

 

2016-2017       Faculty Fellows, Cohort 6. Faculty Fellow for Presentation U! University of Kentucky.

 

2016-2017       Faculty Learning Community: First Year Project 2016. University of Kentucky.

 

2005-Current   The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. Commonwealth of Kentucky. Awarded by Governor Ernie Fletcher. Frankfort, Kentucky on June 23rd, 2005.

 

POSITIONS HELD:

 

2011-Current   Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky

 

2008-2011       Adjunct Assistant Professor in Paleoethnobotany, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky

 

2002-2007       Part-time Instructor, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky

 

2005-2011       Part-time Faculty, Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky

 

2001-Current   Independent Contractor. Botanical Analyst for Cultural Resource Management Firms, Midwestern United States

 

1995-2004       Research Associate, American Section, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA

 

2001                Adjunct Faculty, Comparative Cultures Collegium, Eckerd College,

St. Petersburg, Florida

 

1999-2001       Public Assistance Specialist, The State of Florida Department of Children and Families, St. Petersburg, Florida

 

1998-1999       Research Associate, Institute of Amazonian Studies (IMANI), Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Leticia Branch Campus, Amazonas, Colombia

 

1994-1995       Visiting Scholar, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

 

1993-1994       Library Assistant, Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh.

 

1992                Teaching Fellow, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh.

 

1990-1991       Graduate Student Researcher, Botanical Laboratory, Cultural Resource Management Program, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh.

 

1988-1990       Editor, Cultural Resource Management Program, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh. 

 

1985-1988       Research Assistant, School of Medicine, Department of Hematology/Oncology, University of Pittsburgh.

 

1984                Internship, Palaeoethnobotany, Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

 

1983                Internship, Cancer Research, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard University, Boston, MA.

 

PEDAGOGICAL GRANTS:

Kentucky Organization for Professional Archaeologists (KyOPA). Project Leader: Renée M. Bonzani. Project Members:  Bruce L. Manzano, Matthew J. Davidson, Andrea Erhardt (Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences), Ashley Whitten (Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology), Max Gauri and Jack White (Undergraduate Anthropology Majors). Title: “Using Deer Stable Isotope Data to Test A Niche Construction Hypothesis for an Increase in Prehistoric Human Maize Consumption and Its Relationship to Present Day Deer Management Practices in the Eastern Woodlands of the United States”. Awarded August 6, 2021.

 

Food Connection Student Opportunity Grant. Project Leader: Renée M. Bonzani. Project Members:  Bruce L. Manzano, Matthew J. Davidson, Andrea Erhardt (Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences), Ashley Whitten (Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology), Max Gauri and Jack White (Undergraduate Anthropology Majors). Title: “Using Deer Stable Isotope Data to Test A Niche Construction Hypothesis for an Increase in Prehistoric Human Maize Consumption and Its Relationship to Present Day Deer Management Practices in the Eastern Woodlands of the United States”. Awarded April 16, 2021 for June 1, 2021 to June 1, 2023.

Food Connection Student Opportunity Grant. Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times for Spring 2020: Continuation of Ongoing Course in Anthropology. Project Leaders: Renée M. Bonzani and Bruce Manzano. Project: Further support for the undergraduate class entitled “Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times” for the Spring of 2020 (July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020).

 

Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA) Research Grant. Awarded to Katherine Alexander with Renée M. Bonzani, Bruce Manzano, Matthew Davidson, and Alexander Metz. Project: To work with graduate and undergraduate students on a research project entitled “Deer Management Strategies and a Possible Explanation for the Increase in Prehistoric Human Maize Consumption in the Eastern Woodlands of the United States: An Investigation of the Stable Carbon Isotopic Evidence” (March 2018 – April 2019).

 

Food Connection Student Opportunity Grant. Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times for Spring 2019: Continuation of Ongoing Course in Anthropology. Project Leaders: Renée M. Bonzani and Bruce Manzano. Project: Further support for the undergraduate class entitled “Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times” for the Spring of 2019 (July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019).

           

Food Connection Student Opportunity Grant, Second Round. Project Leaders: Renée M. Bonzani and Bruce Manzano. Project: Further support for the undergraduate class entitled “Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times” for the Spring of 2017 (July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017).

 

Food Connection Student Opportunity Grant. Project Leaders: Renée M. Bonzani and Bruce Manzano. Project: Development of an undergraduate class entitled “Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times” for the Spring of 2016 (April 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016).

 

Department of Anthropology Pedagogy and Course Enrichment Grant. Awarded to

Renée M. Bonzani. Project: Development of an undergraduate class entitled “Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times” for the Spring of 2016 (July 1, 2015 to June 1, 2016).

 

RESEARCH GRANTS:

 

National Science Foundation. P.I. Dr. Marcie Venter (Murray State University). Project: Matacanela Archaeological Project. Award Number: 1622849 (Summer 2017).

 

American Museum of Natural History, New York. P.I. Renée M. Bonzani with Dr.

Elsa Redmond and Dr. Charles Spencer (both of the AMNH). Project: Plant Uses and Subsistence Strategies of Prehispanic Chiefdoms in the Western Venezuelan Llanos

(September 2010–June 2012).

 

National Science Foundation. P.I. Dr. Marc Bermann (University of Pittsburgh,

Pittsburgh). Project: Determining Sedentism, Seasonality, and Environment from

 Macrobotanical Remains Recovered from Excavations at the Wankarani Mound Site of

La Barca, Department of Oruro, Bolivia (Summers of 2007 and 2008).

 

Heinz Latin American Archaeology Program, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh. P.I.

Renée M. Bonzani with Janos Gyarmati (Museo de Etnografía, Budapest, Hungary) and

 Carola Condarco C. (Oruro, Bolivia). Project: Archaeological Investigations of

Settlements along the Inka Royal Roads of the Paria River Basin, Department of Oruro,

Bolivia (Summer of 2006).

 

Sigma Xi, The Research Society, Grants-in-Aid of Research. P.I. Renée M. Bonzani.

Project: Seasonality, Predictability and Plant Use Strategies at San Jacinto 1, Northern

Colombia (1994).

 

National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant. P.I.

Dr. Jeremy Sabloff. Project: Seasonality, Predictability and Plant Use Strategies at San

Jacinto 1, Northern Colombia (1993-1994).

 

Fulbright - Hays Grant,  Institute of International Education, Dissertation Research.

Project: Seasonality, Predictability and Plant Use Strategies at San Jacinto 1, Northern

Colombia (1991-1992).

 

ADDITIONAL FIELD PROJECTS:

 

Principal Investigator. Project: Marketplace Interactions  in Leticia, Amazonas,

Colombia: Seasonality and Territoriality among the Witoto and Tikuna (1996-1998).

 

Field Research Assistant: Project: White Water and Black Water Archaeological Settlement Survey, Jacamiyá Rapids, Mesay River, Northwest Amazon (1996-1997).

 

Principal Investigator. Project: Ethnobotany of the Peasant Community of San Jacinto, Colombia (1991-1992).

 

Laboratory Supervisor. Project: Evaluation and exploratory excavation of a sixteenth century Spanish bridge (Puente de la Media Luna or Pedro de Heredia), contract #04.92, Empresa de Desarrollo Urbano de Cartagena (EDURBE), Cartagena, Colombia  (1992).

 

Field Assistant. Project: Excavations at Nuraghe Ortu Comidu, Sardinia, Italy (1984).

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Books:

 

Bonzani, Renée M.

2019    Kinship and Imagined Communities. Kendall-Hunt Publishers, Dubuque, IA.

 

2016    Bare Backbones: A Brief Introduction to Anthropology. Cognella Academic Publishing,  

USA.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Michael B. Steenken

2020    Manual of Ethnobotany and Paleoethnobotany: Case Study from San Jacinto, Colombia. Rylan             Books, Ronkonkoma, NY.

 

Oyuela-Caycedo, Augusto and Renée M. Bonzani

2014    San Jacinto 1: Ecologia Historica, Origenes de la Ceramica, e Inicios de la Vida Sedentaria en el Caribe Colombiano. Spanish Edition. Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia.

 

2005    San Jacinto 1: A Historical Ecological Approach to an Archaic Site in Colombia. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

 

Peer-reviewed Articles:

 

Bonzani, Renée M., Katharine V.  Alexander, Alexander Metz, Jordon S. Munizzi, Bruce L. Manzano, Matthew J. Davidson, Grace Farish, and Andrea Erhardt

2021    Using Deer Stable Isotope Data to Test A Niche Construction Hypothesis for an Increase in Prehistoric Human Maize Consumption in the Eastern Woodlands of the United States. Environmental Archaeology, Journal of Human Palaeoecology. https://doi.org/10.1080/14614103.2021.1921674

 

Dillehay, Tom D., Alan Kolata, John Warner, Charles Ortloff , Patricia J. Netherly, and Renée M. Bonzani

n.d.      Chimú and Chimú-Inka Segmented Agricultural Fields and Canals in the Jequetepeque Valley, Perú. Latin American Antiquity. Submitted July 12, 2021.

 

Langlie, BrieAnna S, Christine A. Hastorf, Maria C. Bruno, Marc Bermann, Renée M.

Bonzani, and William Castellón Condarco

2011    Diversity in Andean Chenopodium Domestication: Describing a New Morphological Type from La Barca, Bolivia 1300-1250 B.C. Journal of Ethnobiology 31(1): 72-88.

 

Bradbury, Andrew P., Brian G. Del Castello, Renée M. Bonzani, Flora Church, Linda Scott-Cummings, Sarah C. Sherwood, Chad Yost, and Melissa Logan

2011    Data Recovery Excavations of 11MG423: A Middle Archaic Upland Site in Morgan

County, Illinois. Illinois Archaeologist 23: 23-63.

 

Bonzani, Renée M., George M. Crothers, Patrick Trader, Robert H. Ward, and Ronald R. Switzer

2007    Early Sunflower Head Remains from Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, U.S.A.  Journal of

Ethnobiology 27(1):73-87.

 

Dillehay, Tom. D., Mario Pino Q., Renée M. Bonzani, Claudia Silvia, and Johannes Wallner.

2007    Cultivated Wetlands and Emerging Complexity in South-Central Chile and Long Distance Effects of Climate Change. Antiquity 81: 949-960.

 

Bonzani, Renée M.

1999    Medicinal Use of Plants in the Peasant Community of San Jacinto, Northern Colombia. Caldasia 21(2): 203-218. Bogota.

 

1997    Plant Diversity in the Archaeological Record: A Means Toward Defining

Hunter-Gatherer Mobility Strategies. Journal of Archaeological Science 24:1129-1139.

 

Bonzani, Renée M., Ronald C. Carlisle, and Frances B. King

  • Dendrochronology of the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal Lock Number Four, Pittsburgh.

North American Archaeologist 12(1): 61-73.

 

Book Chapters and Appendices:

 

2021 Ancient Paria, Bolivia: Macrobotanical Remains Recovered from an Administrative Site

on the Royal Inca Highway. In Andean Foodways: Pre-Columbian, Colonial, and Contemporary Food and Culture, edited by John E. Staller, pp. 137-186. Springer, NY. DOI 978-3-030-51629-1_6, © 2021

 

2019    Botanical Evidence of Function, Status, Gender and Ethnicity in Historic Period Contexts: The Case of the Armstrong Farmstead Site (15 FA185) in Kentucky and the Argosy Sites (12D502, 12D520, and 12D508) in Indiana. In Current Archaeological Research in Kentucky, edited by Vanessa N. Harvey, Nicole Konkol, Charles D. Hockensmith, Kenneth Carstens, William A. Huser, and David Pollock, pp. 155-188. Kentucky Heritage Council, Frankfort, Kentucky.

 

2014    Appendix G: Macrobotanical Remains from Gaván-complex Sites. In A Pre-Hispanic Chiefdom in Barinas, Venezuela. Excavations at Gaván-Complex Sites. Volume 2, by Charles S. Spencer and Elsa M. Redmond, pp. 862-896. American Museum of Natural History Anthropological Papers, Number 100. American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York.

 

2014    Macrobotanical Remains Recovered During the Archaeological Investigations of the Paria Basin. In Paria La Viexa: Prehispanic Settlement Patterns in the Paria Basin, Bolivia, and Its Inka Provincial Center, by János Gyarmati and Carola Condarco Castellón, pp. 119-132. Museum of Ethnography, Budapest, Hungary.

 

2014    Carbonized Botanical Remains from Sites in Purén and Lumaco. In The Teleoscopic Polity. Contributions to Global Perspectives in  Archaeology, Volume 38, edited by Tom D. Dillehay, Appendix 2, pp. 321-338. Springer international Publishing, Switzerland.

 

2013 Botanical Analysis from Flotation. In The Sun Fish Site: Archaeological Data Recovery at 46MR155, a Late Woodland Period Site in Franklin District, Marshall County, West Virginia, Vol. I: Text, by Jamie S. Meece, Stevan C. Pullins, Christopher L. Nelson, Todd Grote, and Renee Bonzani, pp. 306–336. Contract Publication Series WV11-061. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Hurricane, West Virginia.

 

Jefferies, Richard W., Victor D. Thompson, George R. Milner, Renée M. Bonzani, and Tanya M. Peres

2007    Cypress Creek Villages Revisited: Archaic Settlement and Subsistence in the Cypress Creek Watershed. In Current Archaeological Research in Kentucky, Volume Eight, edited by Sarah E. Miller, David Pollack, Kenneth Carstens, and Christopher R. Moore, pp. 37-75. Kentucky Heritage Council. Frankfort.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo

2006    The Gift of the Variation and Dispersion of Maize: Social and Technological Context in Amerindian Societies. In Histories of Maize: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Prehistory, Biogeography, Domestication, and Evolution of Maize, edited by John Staller, Robert Tykot, and Bruce Benz, pp. 343-356. Elsevier/Academic Press, New York.

 

2002    Appendix: Botanical Analysis for the Ward Site (15McL11), Green River Valley, Western Kentucky. In Cyprus Creek Archaeological Project: Archaic Adaptive Strategies in West Central Kentucky, by Richard W. Jefferies, Victor D. Thompson, and George R. Milner, pp. 158-174. National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington.

 

2002    Botanical Analysis. In An Archaeological Assessment of Site 12Fl-73 in Floyd County,

Indiana, by Sheldon R. Burdin, pp. 113-120. Indiana Department of Natural Resources,

Department of Historic Preservation and Archaeology and the National Park Service.

 

1998    Learning from the Present: The Constraints of Seasonality on Foragers and Collectors. In Advances in the Archaeology of the Northern Andes, edited by Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo and J. Scott Raymond, pp. 20-35. Monograph 39, The Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

 

1990    Territorial Boundaries, Buffer Zones, and Socio-Political Complexity: A Case Study of the Nuraghi on the Island of Sardinia. In Sardinia in the Mediterranean: A Footprint in the Sea. Studies in Sardinian Archaeology Presented to Miriam S. Balmuth, edited by Robert H. Tykot and Tamsey K. Andrews, pp. 210-220. Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 3. Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield.

 

Videos:

 

Bonzani, Renée M.

2017    Teaching Tips for Large Lectures. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aqBBAJYIBo

Faculty Learning Community on Large Lectures. CELT, University of Kentucky.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

 

UK Faculty China Short-Term Teaching Program in Jilin University, Changchun, China, Courses:

 

Origins of New World Civilizations (May - June, 2019)

 

Origins of New World Civilizations (May - June, 2017)

 

University of Kentucky Department of Anthropology Undergraduate Courses:

 

Andean Civilizations (Spring 2021; 2022)

 

Archaeology: Mysteries and Controversies (Spring 2012; Spring and Fall, 2013; Spring, 2014; Spring, 2017; Spring, 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2020; Fall, 2021)

 

Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times (Spring, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)

 

Freshman Seminar on Building Communities (Fall 2019)

 

Introduction to Archaeology (Fall 2013)

 

Introduction to Anthropology. What Makes Us Human (Fall, 2006; Fall, 2007; Spring and Fall, 2011; Fall, 2012; Spring 2013; Spring and Fall 2014; Fall, 2015; Spring and Fall, 2017; Spring and Fall, 2018; Fall 2019; Spring 2020; Spring, 2021, 2022)

 

South American Archaeology (Spring, 2009; Spring, 2011; Spring 2012; Fall 2013; Fall 2014; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Fall, 2018; Fall, 2020; Fall, 2021)

 

People and Plants (Spring, 2013, 2015; Fall, 2020)

 

Cultural Diversity in the Modern World (Spring 2006 and Fall/Spring, 2005; Fall, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012; Spring, 2014, 2015, 2016; Fall, 2016; Fall, 2017; Spring and Fall, 2018; Spring and Fall, 2019; Spring and Fall, 2020; Spring, 2021; Fall, 2021; Spring, 2022)

 

Origins of New World Civilizations (Fall, 2011; Fall, 2015; Fall, 2016)

 

Paleoethnobotany (2002)

 

Cultural Diversity and Introduction to Anthropology, Independent Studies Program, (2005-2011).

 

University of Kentucky Independent Studies and Internship Courses (ANT 399/ANT 581) for Undergraduate and Graduate Students:

 

ANT 581, Spring 2022, Undergraduate Student Dalton (Max) Gauri, Independent study on the isotopic values of deer faunal remains in relation to the human consumption of maize during the Woodland time period in the eastern United States in conjunction with the William S. Webb Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology and the Stable Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Kentucky.

 

ANT 581, Spring 2022, Undergraduate Student Leanna McCarty, Independent study on the isotopic values of deer faunal remains in relation to the human consumption of maize during the Woodland time period in the eastern United States in conjunction with the William S. Webb Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology and the Stable Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Kentucky.

 

ANT 581, Fall 2021, Undergraduate Student Jack White, Independent study on the isotopic values of deer faunal remains in relation to the human consumption of maize during the Woodland time period in the eastern United States in conjunction with the William S. Webb Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology and the Stable Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Kentucky.

 

ANT 581, Fall 2021, Undergraduate Student Dalton (Max) Gauri, Independent study on the isotopic values of deer faunal remains in relation to the human consumption of maize during the Woodland time period in the eastern United States in conjunction with the William S. Webb Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology and the Stable Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Kentucky.

 

ANT 399, Spring 2019, Undergraduate Student Dayana Ivanova, Internship on the curation of indigenous Ecuadorian necklaces into the William S. Webb Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the identification of botanical remains utilized in their creation. A poster presentation entitled: “Traditional Handcrafted Necklaces from Ecuadorian Amazon” was also completed for the Showcase of Undergraduate Scholars, University of Kentucky, Lexington,

ANT 581, Fall 2018, Undergraduate Student Grace Farish, Independent study on the isotopic values of deer faunal remains in relation to the human consumption of maize during the Late Woodland time period in the eastern United States. Photographic record of sampled faunal remains was also completed and on file at the William S. Webb Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Kentucky.

           

ANT 581, Spring 2017, Graduate Student Briana R. Moore, Independent study of botanical and faunal remains in ANT 351 Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times.

 

ANT 581, Spring 2016, Graduate Student Katherine Alexander, Independent study of paleobotanical analysis of remains from Cloudsplitter Rockshelter located in Menifee County, Kentucky.

 

ANT 581, Fall 2016, Undergraduate Student Micheal Braden Steenken, Independent study of paleoethnobotanical analysis of remains from Fox Farm, a large Fort Ancient (A.D. 1300-1650) village located near Maysville, Kentucky.

 

ANT 399, Spring 2016, Undergraduate Student Michael Braden Steenken, Internship on processing and flotation of paleoethnobotanical remains from Fox Farm, a large Fort Ancient (A.D. 1300-1650) village located near Maysville, Kentucky.

 

ANT 581, Fall 2014, Undergraduate Student Lacey Lansaw, Independent Study of paleobotanical analysis of remains from Hardin Village, a Series of Fort Ancient Villages in Greenup County, Kentucky.

 

University of Kentucky Department of Anthropology Graduate Courses:

 

MA Practicum, Committee Member, Spring 2016, Graduate Student Lacey Lansaw, Project on Cultural Resources in the Ejidos Tres Zapotes and Arroyo San Isidro, Veracruz, Mexico. Other Committee Members: Dr. Chris Pool and Dr. Scott Hutson.

 

Paleoethnobotany (2004).

 

Other University Undergraduate Courses:

 

Anthropology of Human Societies at the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work, Eastern Kentucky University (Fall, 2006 through Spring of 2011)

 

Methods in Archaeology at the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work, Eastern Kentucky University (Spring, 2006)

 

Industrial Societies around the World at the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work, Eastern Kentucky University (two classes, Spring, 2006)

 

Non-Industrial Societies around the World at the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work, Eastern Kentucky University (two classes, Fall, 2005)

 

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology at the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work, Eastern Kentucky University (Fall, 2005 and Spring 2010)

 

Introduction to Anthropology at the Comparative Cultures Collegium, Eckerd College,

St. Petersburg, Florida (2001).

 

South American Archaeology at the Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh (1992).

 

PROFESSIONAL AND DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE INCLUDING PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY:

 

2020-2022       Faculty Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

 

2019-Sept        Living Archaeology Weekend Public Archaeology Event. Demonstrator for the exhibit on Plant Domestication held at the Gladie Research Station, Red River Gorge, Kentucky, September, 2019.

 

2019-2020       Faculty Member, Diversity Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

 

2019                Evaluation of the article: “Interpretación De Posibles Modalidades De Procesamientos En Restos Carbonizados Del Género Chenopodium Recuperados Del Sitio Soria 2 (Catamarca, Argentina)” by Natalia Silvana Petrucci and María Laura López. For Latin American Antiquity.

 

2019-Jan          Invited Lecture on “Ancient Foods of the Inca Empire” in A&S 300 Food Cultures of the Hispanic World. Organized by Dr. Ana Rueda, Professor, College of A&S Distinguished Professor, John E. Keller Endowed Professor in the Literature, Culture & Linguistics of Spain, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Kentucky.

 

2018-2019       Faculty Member, Museum Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

 

2018-Sept        Living Archaeology Weekend Public Archaeology Event. Demonstrator for the exhibit on Plant Domestication held at the Gladie Research Station, Red River Gorge, Kentucky, September, 2018.

 

2017-2018       Faculty Member, Alumni Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

 

2017-Sept        Living Archaeology Weekend Public Archaeology Event. Demonstrator for the exhibit on Plant Domestication held at the Gladie Research Station, Red River Gorge, Kentucky, September, 2017.

 

2013-Current   Faculty Member. Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Program (LACLAS), University of Kentucky.

 

2012-2018       Faculty Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of

Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

 

2017-2018       Evaluation of the article: “A Tale of Two Colors: The Preceramic Soil Horizons of Aeropuerto Café (Palestina, Caldas), Colombia” by Leonor Herrera. For Quaternary International.

 

2017                Evaluation of the book: Anthropology: What Does It Mean To Be Human? Fourth

edition, by Robert H. Lavenda and Emily A. Schultz. For Oxford University Press, New York.

 

2017                Evaluation of the article: “Traditional food plant knowledge and use in three Afro-descendant communities in the Colombian Caribbean coast: Part II Drivers of change” by M.W. Pasquini1, C. Sánchez-Ospina, J-S Mendoza. For Economic Botany.

 

2015-2016       Faculty Sponsor. University of Kentucky Men’s Lacrosse Team.

 

2015-2016       Campus Security Authority in association with the faculty sponsorship of the University of Kentucky Men’s Lacrosse Team.

 

2015                Evaluation of the book: General Anthropology by Robert Welsch, Luis Vivanco, and Agustin Fuentes. For Oxford University Press, New York.

 

2013-2014       Faculty Sponsor, Undergraduate Anthropology Club, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

 

2013                Evaluation of the article: “Distribucion del Conocimiento y Usos por Generacion y Genero de Plantas Comestibles en Tres Comunidades Afrodescendientes en Bolivar, Colombia”. For Revista Luna Azul, Universidad de Caldas, Colombia.

 

2012                Evaluation of the book: Introduction to Anthropology, fifteenth edition,  by Conrad Phillip Kottak. For McGraw-Hill Publishers, New York.

 

2011-2012       Faculty Member, Pedagogical Task Force, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

 

2011                Evaluation of the book: Maize: Its Origins, its Domestication, and its Role in Culture, by Ducio Bonavia. For Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE:

 

2017-Current   Mitchell Avenue Neighborhood Association (MANO), Board Member. Fayette

County, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

PRESENTED PAPERS:

 

Renée M. Bonzani, Bruce L. Manzano, Matthew J. Davidson, Dalton Gauri, Jack White, Ashley Whitten, Alex Reis, Lisa Guerre, Thomas Royster, and Andrea Erhardt

2022    When and Why was Maize (Zea mays) Eaten in the Midwest US: Using Maize and Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) Stable Isotope Data to Test a Niche Construction Hypothesis and the “Canopy Effect”. Thirty-ninth Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological Conference. Online. March 5, 2022.

 

Whitten, Ashley, Jack White, Dalton Gauri, Renée M. Bonzani, Bruce L. Manzano, Matthew J. Davidson, Alex Reis, Lisa Guerre, Thomas Royster, and Andrea Erhardt

2022    When and Why was Maize (Zea mays) Eaten in the Midwest US:
Using Maize and Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) Stable Isotope Data to Test a Niche Construction Hypothesis and the “Canopy Effect”. Poster Presentation at the 4th Annual Kentucky Local Food System Summit. University of Kentucky, Lexington. March 23, 2022.

 

Renèe M. Bonzani and Bruce L. Manzano

2021    Hands-On Archaeological Pedagogy: Case Example Teaching Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times. Invited Presentation in the Symposium “Broader Impacts and Teaching: Engaging with Diverse Audiences” at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. San Francisco.

Renèe M. Bonzani

2020    Botanical Evidence of Function, Status, Gender and Ethnicity in Historic Period Contexts: The Case of the Armstrong Farmstead site (15Fa185) in Kentucky and the Argosy sites (12D502, 12D520 and 12D508) in Indiana. Thirty-seventh Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological Conference. Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky. February 28-March 1, 2020.

 

2020    Cancelled due to COVID-19. Invited Paper Entitled “Building Communities in Education and Abroad.” Paper was to be presented at the Second Annual Tennessee NAME (National Association for Multicultural Education) Conference, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN, July 17, 2020.

Renèe M. Bonzani and Bruce L. Manzano

2020    Hands-On Archaeological Pedagogy: Case Example Teaching Food Pathways in Ancient and Modern Times. Poster presentation at the Second Annual Kentucky Local Food Systems Summit 2020 by The Food Connection of the University of Kentucky. University of Kentucky, Lexington, February 26, 2020.

Dayana Ivanova, Renèe M. Bonzani, Christian Mittendorf, and Bruce L. Manzano

2019    Traditional Handcrafted Necklaces from Ecuadorian Amazon. Poster Presentation at the Showcase of Undergraduate Scholars, University of Kentucky, Lexington, April 24.

Renèe M. Bonzani

2019    Pine/Palm “Plantations” and “Heirloom” Trees: Carbonized Wood Remains from the
Matacanela Site, Veracruz, Mexico. Paper presented at The Future of Forests: Perspectives from Indigenous Peoples, Traditional Practices, and Conservation. 60th Annual Meeting of

The Society for Economic Botany, Cincinnati, Ohio. June 2-6.

 

2019    Carbonized Wood Remains from the Matacanela Site, Veracruz, Mexico. Paper presented in the Symposium Olmec Manifestations and Ongoing Societal Transformations in the Tuxtlas Uplands: A View from Matacanela, Organized by Marcie Venter. 84th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 10-14.

 

Renèe M. Bonzani, Alexander, Katherine, and Jon Endonino

2018    Analysis of Macrobotanical Remains from Grizzly Newt Rockshelter, Eastern Kentucky. Paper presented at the Eastern Kentucky Archaeology Group sponsored by the US Forest Service Daniel Boone National Forest. Fort Boonesborough, Kentucky, September 26.

 

Alexander, Katherine, Renèe M. Bonzani, and Jon Endonino

2018    Analysis of Macrobotanical Remains from Grizzly Newt Rockshelter, Eastern Kentucky. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference, Kentucky Dam Village SRP, Kentucky. March 2 – 4.

 

Alexander, Katherine and Renée M. Bonzani

2018    Diachronic Trends in Mast Exploitation and Implications for the Emergence of Incipient Horticulture at Cloudsplitter, Kentucky, USA. Poster presented at the Association for Environmental Archaeology conference, England. February 2018.

 

Bonzani, Renèe M.

2017    Peachy-Keen!: Tracing the Introduction of Peaches (Prunus persica) into the Americas. Paper Presented to the Research Center for Chinese Frontier Archaeology of  Jilin University, Changchun, China. May 24.

 

2014    People, Plants, and Caves: Discerning Plant and Cave Use from the Late Archaic/Early Woodland to Historic Time Periods at Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. Paper presented in the session “Pre-colonial and Colonial Southeastern U. S.” at “The Energy of People, Places, and Life” 2014 joint meetings of the Society of Ethnobiology and Society of Economic Botany, Cherokee, North Carolina, May 11-14.

 

2014    What Is the Eastern Agricultural Complex and How Did It Get Here? Paper presented to the general public for a local botanical/horticultural club, Wild Ones Chapter, at St. Michael’s Church, Lexington, Kentucky, November 6.

 

2014    What is the Eastern Agricultural Complex? Paper presented at the Archaeology Roundtable, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, February 7.

 

2012    New Meets Old: Botanical Evidence of Dietary Interactions during the Spanish Mission Period, Sapelo Island, Georgia. Paper presented in the symposium “The Material Culture of a Multi-ethnic Community: New Discoveries in Spanish La Florida” at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, Tennessee, April 18 – 22.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and George M. Crothers

2010    Macrobotanical Remains from Mammoth Cave: Discerning Changes in Vegetation and

Cave Use Through Time. Paper presented at the 27 Annual Kentucky Heritage Council

Archaeological Conference. Cumberland Falls State Park, Kentucky. March 5-7.

 

Manzano, Bruce L., Christopher M. Gunn, Steven R. Ahler, George M. Crothers, and Renée M.

Bonzani

2010    Archaeological and Paleontological resources along selected Trail Segments within Mammoth Cave, Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological Conference. Cumberland Falls State Park, Kentucky. March 5-7.

 

Bradbury, Andrew P., Brian G. Del Castello, Renée M. Bonzani, Flora Church, Linda Scott-Cummings, Sarah C. Sherwood, Chad Yost, and Melissa Logan

2009    Data Recovery Excavations. In Chapter 3: Phase III Archeological Excavations of Site 11MG423 for the Rockies Express Pipeline-East (REX East), Morgan County, Illinois, by Andrew P. Bradbury, pp. 152-157. Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

Donahue, Robert, Renée M. Bonzani, and Jennifer Haney

2009    Early Squash (Cucurbita sp.) Remains from Archaic Site 15Ll378, in Kentucky.

Paper presented at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference. Atlanta, Georgia, October.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Tom Dillehay

2006    Maize (Zea mays) Macrobotanical Remains from Araucanian Domestic Sites, Chile:

Preliminary Methods to Identify Archaeobotanical Maize Varieties. Presented at the 71st

Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. San Juan, Puerto Rico. April

26-30.

 

Bonzani, Renée M., Andrew Bradbury, and Scott Jones

2006    Non-local and Non-native Plant Cultivation in Late Archaic through Late Woodland

Contexts at the Cranks Creek Site (15Hl58), Harlan County, and Site 15Cu110, Cumberland County, Kentucky. Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological Conference. Bowling Green, Kentucky. March 10-12.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo

2005     Reflections of Commodity Development and Values in the Indigenous and Colonizer

Markets of Leticia, Amazonas, Colombia. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky, Western Kentucky University, Bowling

Green, Kentucky. September 30-October 1, 2005.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo

2004    Contested Spaces: Indigenous and Colonizer Markets in Leticia, Amazonas, Colombia. Paper presented at the Ninth International Congress of the Society of Ethnobiology. University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom. June 13-17.

 

Oyuela-Caycedo, Augusto, Renée M. Bonzani, and Lee A. Newsom

2004    Spatial-Temporal Context for Early Use of Maize (Zea mays L.) In Tropical America: The Case of San Jacinto 1 (6000-5300 bp), Northern Colombia, South America. Paper presented in the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Montreal. April 2004.

 

Trader, Patrick D., George M. Crothers, Renée M. Bonzani, Robert H. Ward, and Ronald R.

Switzer

2004    Current Archaeological Investigations at Mammoth Cave, Mammoth Cave National Park. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological Conference. Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Kentucky. February 20-22.

 

2003    Botanical Evidence of Function, Status, Gender and Ethnicity in Historic Period Contexts: The Case of the Armstrong Farmstead site (15Fa185) in Kentucky and the Argosy sites (12D502, 12D520 and 12D508) in Indiana. Twentieth Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological Conference. Louisville, Kentucky. March 1-3, 2003.

 

 2002   Non-domesticated Plants Often Overlooked in the Archaeological Record: Paleoethnobotanical Evidence from the Hart and Ward Sites in Kentucky. Nineteenth Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological Conference. Frankfort, Kentucky. March 9-10, 2002.

 

Oyuela-Caycedo, Augusto and Renée M. Bonzani

2002    San Jacinto 1, Colombia: A Tripartite Investigation into the Origins of Pottery, Sedetism and Food Production. Paper presented at the Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky. September 20.

 

 1996   Plant Diversity in the Archaeological Record: A Means Toward Defining Hunter-Gatherer Mobility Strategies. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans,  April.

 

1995    Seasonality and Plant Use Strategies at San Jacinto 1, Northern Colombia. Paper   presented at the Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada. April 5.

 

Bonzani, Renée M., Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo, and Jaime Castro

1994    Technology and Subsistence: The Case of a Collector Population in Northern South

 America. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for American

 Archaeology. St. Louis. April 14-18.

 

Oyuela-Caycedo, Augusto, Renée M. Bonzani, and Jaime Castro

 1994   Rock vs. Clay: The Evolution of Pottery Technology in the Case of San Jacinto 1 (Colombia). Paper presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. St. Louis. April 14-18.

 

King, Frances B., Jennie Cohen, Susannah Hawkins, and Renée M. Bonzani

1991    Early Nineteenth Century Urban Plant Use in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Meeting of the Society of Ethnobiology, St. Louis, Missouri. March 14-16, 1991.

 

1990   Dendrochronology of the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal Lock Number Four, Pittsburgh,

Pennsylvania. Paper presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Society for

Pennsylvania Archaeology, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. April 29, 1990.

 

CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REPORTS AND OTHER MANUSCRIPTS:

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Michael B. Steenken

 

2022    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications for Site 15JA122, Daniel Boone National Forest Jackson County, Kentucky. For Daniel Boone National Forest in association with Dr. Jon Endonino, Eastern Kentucky University, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work Archaeological Field School. Summer 2021.

 

                                         

 

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2021    Botanical Analysis. The Blueberry Site (8HG678) Phase II Public Archaeology Initiative. Unpublished Technical Report Prepared for Anne and Charles Reynolds.  Primary Author and Principal Investigator: David S.B. Butler PhD, RPA.  Contributors: Jessica Allgood, MA, RPA; Renee Bonzani, PhD; and Arlene Fradkin, PhD. Florida Master Site file.

2021    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications for Sites 12FL203 and 12FL73B, Floyd County, Indiana. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2021    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications for Sites 46CB262, 46CB265, 46CB272, and 46CB049, Cabell County, West Virginia. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2021    Botanical Analysis Site 15JF109 Pond station II, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Manuscript of file with the K & V Cultural Resource Management LLC, Union, KY.

2021 Botanical and Wood Identifications for Site 33DL364. Manuscript of file at Weller & Associates, Inc, Columbus, Ohio.

2020    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications for Sites 12FL203 and 12FL73B, Floyd County, Indiana. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2020    Botanical Analysis for Site 9Mc23 on Sapelo Island, Georgia. Section in Archaeological Investigations of Site 9Mc23, Sapelo Island, Georgia. Manuscript on file with Dr. Richard Jefferies at the Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2020    Botanical Analysis for Site 15Lv98, Livingston County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2020    Botanical Analysis for Site 33TU821, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. Manuscript of file with the Ohio Valley Archaeology, Inc., Columbus, Ohio.

 

2019    Table on Typing and Tentative Identifications of Carbonized Wood, Seeds and Other, Quebrada Tacahuay, Peru 2001. In association with Dr. Susan de France, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

 

2019    Botanical Analysis for W19N002, Gladie Creek, Raleigh County, West Virginia. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2019    Botanical Analysis of the Bell Site (33WA987), Warren County, Ohio. Manuscript of file with the K & V Cultural Resource Management LLC, Union, KY.

2019    Botanical Analysis for Site 12C44, Indiana. Manuscript on file with Dr. Christopher Moore, Department of Anthropology, University of Indianapolis, Indiana.

2019    Botanical Analysis for Site 15CL59. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2018    Botanical Analysis. In Macrobotanical Analysis for the McGraw Farm Site (46RG7), New River Gorge National River, Raleigh County, West Virginia, pp. 1-17. Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2018    Botanical Analysis. In Management Summary: Archeological Relocation of the Power and Arnold Cemetery (15LW219). Lewis County, Kentucky, by Alexandra D. Bybee, Contract Publication Series: 17-266, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2018    with Katherine Alexander. Macrobotanical Analysis for 15JA120 (Grizzly Newt Rockshelter), Jackson County in Eastern Kentucky. For Daniel Boone National Forest in association with Dr. Jon Endonino, Eastern Kentucky University, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work Archaeological Field School. Summer 2017.

 

2018    Chapter 4. Macrobotanical Analysis. In Analysis and Report of Collections for the Newcomb Site (12CL2) in Clarksville, Clark County, Indiana by Jonathan P. Kerr, Renée M. Bonzani, Brian DelCastello, Tayna Faberson, Richard Herndon, pp. 67-94. Contract Publications Series 18-044. For Engineering Consulting Services, Inc., Metairie, Louisiana. Prepared by CRA, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2018    Botanical Analysis for Site 12FL73, Floyd County, Indiana. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2018    Botanical Analysis for Sites 12FL195, Floyd County, Indiana. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2018    Macrobotanical Analysis for 15Cl44 (NA Stainless). Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2017    Final Report on the Carbonized Wood Remains from the Matacanela Site, Veracruz, Mexico. Report for Matacanela Archaeological Project.  Project leader, Marcie Venter. National Science Foundation, Award Number 1622849. MS on file with author.

 

2017    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations on the New River Gorge National River, Camp Brookside. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., West Virginia Office, Hurricane, West Virginia.

 

2017    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations on the Ogeechee Preservation Tract Phase II Project. Manuscript on file with vhb, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

2017    Botanical Analysis. In An Archeological Survey for the Proposed Curve Reconstruction of KY 227 and the National Register of Historic Places Evaluation of Site 15SC330, Scott County, Kentucky, by Richard L. Herndon, pp. 74-78. Contract Publication Series 17-416, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2017    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Kirkersville Phase II Project (OVAI

2017-38), Licking County, Ohio. Manuscript on file with the Ohio Valley Archaeology, Inc., Columbus, Ohio.

 

2016    Botanical and Wood Analysis. In Data Recovery Investigations at the Millersburg Road Site (12W757) in Warrick County, Indiana, by Jonathan P. Kerr, pp. 95-103, Contact Publication Series 16-309, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2016    Botanical Analysis Project W16GN01. Manuscript (Tables) on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2016    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 22LA516 (Hurricane Landing Mound Site), Mississippi. Manuscript on file with Bill R. Latham Core of Engineers, Mississippi an Dr. Jay K. Johnson, Department of Sociology and          Anthropology, University of Mississippi, University, MS 38677.

 

2016    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations on Site 15Tr182 (Trigg County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Program for Archaeological Research, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2016    Botanical and Wood Analysis. In A National Register of Historic Places Evaluation of a Portion of the Bridge Site (Site 15LV98), Livingston County, Kentucky, by Richard L. Herndon and Brian G. DelCastello, Contract Publication Series 15-479. Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis for Site 9Mc23 on Sapelo Island, Georgia. Section in Archaeological Investigations of Site 9 Mc23, Sapelo Island, Georgia. Manuscript on file with Dr. Richard Jefferies at the Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Historic Period Sites 15KE171 and 15KE172, Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Midsouth Cultural Resources Consultants, Manchester, Tennessee, and Natural and Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15BK45, Greenup County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Great Rivers   Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Gp326, Greenup County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Great Rivers       Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Gp58, Greenup County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Great Rivers   Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15MS183. Manuscript on file with the Great Rivers Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical and Wood Analysis. In Phase II and Phase III Investigations at Site 12T59/530 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana, by Andrew V. Martin, pp. 117-134. Contract Publication Series 15-381, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis. In Phase II National Register of Historic Places Evaluation of Site 12W757 Within the Proposed SR 61 Boonville Bypass Project, Warrick County, Indiana, by Joseph R. Miller, and Andrew V. Martin. Pp. 45-54. Contract Publication Series 15-352, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Mg544. Manuscript on file with

 the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2015    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations for Site 12s79, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2015    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Mosley Cemetery. Manuscript on file             with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2014    Tables Macrobotanical Remains Fort Boonesborough. Tables prepared for Nancy O'Malley for the American Battlefield Protection Program. W.S. Webb Museum of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington.

 

2014    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in investigations of the Calvin Cemetery. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2014    Botanical Analysis for Site 15MF632, Menifee County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

 

2013    Botanical Analysis from Flotation. In The Sun Fish Site: Archaeological Data Recovery at 46MR155, a Late Woodland Period Site in Franklin District, Marshall County, West Virginia, Vol. I: Text, by Jamie S. Meece, Stevan C. Pullins, Christopher L. Nelson, Todd Grote, and Renee Bonzani, pp. 306–336. Contract Publication Series WV11-061. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Hurricane, West Virginia.

 

2013    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of  the Jacob Price Project (Sites15KE155 and 15KE164), Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Midsouth Cultural Resources Consultants. Manchester, Tennessee.

 

2013    Botanical Analysis for Sites 15Jf155, 15Jf813, and 15Jf815 for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Downtown Bridge Project in Louisville, Jefferson County,

Kentucky. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2013    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 33HN175, Harrison County, Ohio. Manuscript on file with the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2013    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15ED434 Green River Ferry, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

 

2013    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Historic Period Site 15BB137 (Champs Inn), Bourbon County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with Wilbur Smith Associates, Lexington, KY.

 

2012    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Ms183. Manuscript on file with Great Rivers Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2012    Botanical Analysis. Table in Investigations at Fort Boonesborough (Site 15MA123). In conjunction with Nancy O’Malley, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2012    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 16OR213 in Louisiana. Contract with Trigon Associates of New Orleans, Louisiana in conjunction with FEMA. Manuscript on file with Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, KY.

 

2012    Botanical Analysis. In National Register of Historic Places Evaluation of Sites 15Jf687, 15Jf679, and 15Jf719 for the East and Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project in Jefferson County, Kentucky, by Alexandra D. Bybee and Paul G. Avery, pp. 102-112, 146, 186-187. Contract Publication Series 11-130, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.          

 

2012    Botanical Analysis for Site 9Mc23 on Sapelo Island, Georgia. Section in Archaeological Investigations of Site 9 Mc23, Sapelo Island, Georgia. Manuscript on file with Dr. Richard Jefferies at the Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2012    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Gp58, Greenup County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with Great Rivers Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2012    Botanical Analysis. In National Register Evaluation of Sites 11G466, 11G467, and 11G468 in the Shawnee National Forest, Gallatin County, Illinois, by Brian G. DelCastello, pp. 97-105. Contract Publication Series IN11-36, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2011    Botanical Analysis. Report for Archaeological Identification of Frontier Chiefdoms at the Edge of the Mississippian World. Project leader, Maureen Meyers. National Geographic Grant number: 8282-07. MS on file with author.

 

2011    Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Fort Ancient Site 15ES111, Estill County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

 

2011    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15MA311. Manuscript on file with Brockington and Associates, Inc., Elizabethtown, Kentucky.

 

2011    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Historic Period Site 15Ms151 (Mefford’s Fort), Mason County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with Wilbur Smith Associates, Lexington, KY.

 

2011    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 40SV186 (Sevierville), Tennessee, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with Wilbur Smith Associates, Lexington, KY.

 

2011    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Sites 46HY533 and 46HY531, West Virginia. Manuscript on file with Wilbur Smith Associates, Lexington, KY.

 

2011    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15MR65, Monroe County, Kentucky. PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Bonzani, Renée M., Karen Crane Quick, and Jo Ann Huser

2011    Botanical analysis. In Data Recovery Investigations at Site 15CT118 in Clinton County, Kentucky: Terminal Archaic – Early Woodland Occupations of South-Central Kentucky, by Brian G. DelCastello, pp. 119-126. Contract Publication Series 11-050, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2011    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of the Newtown Pike Site, Fayette County, Kentucky. CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. In Phase II Assessment of Historical Archaeological Site for Argosy Lawrenceburg Casino Expansion Project, Dearborn County, Indiana. Volume I: Sites 12D506, 12D567, 12D569, 12D570, 12D578, 12D579, by Jennifer L. Barber, pp. 41-43, 225-229, 306-310, 456-461, 564-565, 649-654, 727. Contract Publication Series 06-185, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2010    Wood Analysis. In Bioarcheological Investigations of the Bennett Cemetery (15OH176) for the Proposed Equality Boot Mine in Ohio County, Kentucky, by Alexandra D. Bybee, Contract Publication Series 09-105, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Historic Period Site 15JF778. Manuscript on file with Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, KY.

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15OH161. Manuscript on file with Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, KY.

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 12D363 (Prehistoric Argosy Sites), Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Manuscript on file with Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, KY.

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 12D509 (Prehistoric Argosy Sites), Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Manuscript on file with Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, KY.

2010    Botanical Analysis. In Archaeological Investigations within the Proposed Argosy Lawrenceburg Casino Expansion Project Area in Dearborn County, Indiana. Volume II: Historic Sites 1D508, 12D520, and 12D585 and Historic Site Summaries. Contract Publication Series 07-153.02, by Jennifer L. Barber. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc.,         Lexington, Kentucky.

Bonzani, Renée M.

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Historic Period Site 15Fa313, Fayette County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with Wilbur Smith Associates, Lexington, KY.

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of an Historic Canal, Site 15JF776, Kentucky. Manuscript on file with Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, KY.

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. In Chapter 2: Phase III Archaeological Data Recovery at Site 11PK1791/1792 for the Rockies Express Pipeline-East (REX East) Project, Pike County, Illinois, by Stevan C. Pullins, pp.1-34, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

 

2010    Botanical Analysis. In Chapter 5: Phase III Archaeological Excavations of Site 11PK1718 for the Rockies Express Pipeline-East (REX East), Pike County, Illinois, by Richard L. Herndon, pp 102-109. Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Kirsten Dawn Bright

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15LS205. Manuscript on file with PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Karen Crane Quick

2010    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations for Site 15BR247, Breathitt County, Kentucky. Manuscript on file at Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. Lexington, KY.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Jennifer Haney

2009    Botanical Remains from Abdominal Samples. In Bioarchaeological Investigations of an

African-American cemetery (15SC292) at the Ward Hall Development Property, Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky, by Alexandra D. Bybee. Contract Publication Series 08-033, CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2009    Paleoethnobotanical Analysis. In Archaeological Investigations of the Preferred I-66 Alternate in Laurel and Pulaski Counties, Kentucky  (item number 8-059.10), by Jason M. Anderson, Robert C. Donahue, and Andrew V. Martin. Contract Publication Series 07-250, CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2009    Botanical Analysis. In Phase II National Register of Historic Places Evaluations of Site 12C511 and Site 12C513 for the State Road 25, Hoosier Heartland, Project in Carroll County, Indiana (indot designation number 0500599), by Andrew V. Martin, and Michael S. Sheehan. Contract Publication Series 08-113, CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2009    Botanical Analysis. Section in investigations of Site 11MG423, Illinois. CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2009    Botanical Analysis for the Historic Period Argosy Sites. Section in Phase II Investigations of the Historic Argosy Sites, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Bonzani, Renée M.

2009    Botanical Analysis. Section in Archaeological and Paleontological Investigations along

Selected Trail Segments within Mammoth Cave and Great Onyx Cave,  Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2009    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 12GI1120, Gibson County, Indiana. Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

2009    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 33CT684, Clermont County, Ohio. Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

2008    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Sites 12Hr12 and 12Hr11, Indiana, by Sheldon R. Burdin. Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Department of Historic Preservation and Archaeology and the National Park Service. PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2008    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Tr411. PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2008    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 8HG678, Florida. Earthmovers Archaeological Consultants, LCC, Winter Park, Florida.

 

2008    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15McN15. Brockington Cultural Resources Consulting, Norcross, Georgia.

 

2008    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 40 MI213. Brockington Cultural Resources Consulting, Norcross, Georgia.

 

2008    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 33 MS531, Meigs County, Ohio. Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

Bonzani, Renée M. and Jennifer Haney

2008    Paleoethnobotanical Analysis. In National Register Evaluation of Site 15ES111 for the Proposed Irvine Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant in Estill County, Kentucky, by Alexandra D. Bybee. Contract Publication Series 08-011, CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2008    Paleoethnobotanical Analysis for Site 15Le255. In Archaeological Monitoring Of Intake Pipeline Construction At Site 15le255 for the Proposed Beattyville Water Plant in

Lee County, Kentucky, by Paul D. Bundy. Contract Publication Series 08-045, CRAI, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2008    Paleoethnobotanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Sites 15Ll378 and 15Pu483. CRAI, Inc. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2008    Botanical Analysis of the Prehistoric Argosy Sites. Section in Phase II Investigations of the Argosy Sites, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. CRAI, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

 

Bonzani, Renée M.

2007    Botanical and Wood Analysis. In Bioarcheological Investigation of the Anderson-Jackson Cemetery (15JS174), Jessamine County, Kentucky, by Alexandra D. Bybee. Contract Publication Series 07-182, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY,

 

2007    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of the Portland Wharf (Site 15 Jf418), Louisville, Kentucky. Kentucky Archaeological Survey, Lexington, KY.

2006    Botanical Analysis. In Phase II and III Archaeological Excavations at the Armstrong Farmstead (15Fa185), Fayette County, Kentucky. (Item No. 7-163.00), by Jennifer L. Barber. Contract Publication Series 03-62. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

2006    Botanical Analysis. In Phase III Excavations at the Hamlet of Monterey, Site 15Bb112, Bourbon County, Kentucky (Item No. 7-163.22). Volumes I – V, by  Jennifer L. Barber, Jessica L. Allgood, R. Berle Clay, Grant L. Day, E. Brooke Hamby, James T. Kirkwood, William B. Lees, Trina C. Maples, Jeffrey G. Mauck, Henry S. McKelway, Lori O’Connor, and Michael W. Tuma. Contract Publication Series 04-011a-e. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

2006    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Cu110, Cumberland County, Kentucky. PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

 

2005    Botanical Analysis. In Phase II National Register Evaluation of the Wright House, Site 15Bb127, Bourbon County, Kentucky (Item No. 7-163.00), by Jennifer L. Barber. Contract Publication Series 03-114. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2005    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 12D372, Dearborn County, Indiana. Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

2005    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15HA342, Hancock County, Kentucky. Great Rivers Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2005    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15WN73, Wayne County, Kentucky. AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc. Louisville, KY.

 

2005    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site Pu432. AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc. Louisville, KY.

 

2005    Botanical and Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15Wa116, Kentucky. Kentucky Archaeological Survey, Lexington, KY.

2004    Botanical Analysis. In “Higby’s” Tavern Stand: A Phase III Excavation at Higbee’s Tavern (15Fa222), Fayette County, Kentuck, by Grant L. Day. Contract Publication Series 03-93. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

2004    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of  Site 15CK461, Clark County, Kentucky. Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

2004    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications. Section in Investigations of Site 15WS45, Kentucky. AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc., Louisville, KY.

 

2004    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications. In Phase III Archaeological Investigations at the Hayes Site (15Cl67), Carroll County, Kentucky, by Christopher T. Hall, pp 91-102. Contract Publication Series 04-117, Cultural Resource Analysts, Lexington, KY.

 

2004    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications. Section in Investigations of the Site 15AN107, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. PAR, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

 

2004    Botanical Analysis and Wood Identifications. Section in Investigations of Sites 15He847, 15He850, 15He852, 15He863, and 15He848. Great Rivers Archaeological Services, Burlington, KY.

 

2004    Chapter 9. Botanicals Analysis for the Cranks Creek Site (15Hl58), Harlan County,

Kentucky. In Data Recovery Excavations at the Cranks Creek Site (15Hl58), Harlan County, Kentucky, by Andrew P. Bradbury, pp 171–199. Contract Publication Series 04-118. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

2004    Appendix B. Botanical Analysis for the Hart Site (15La183), Lawrence County,

Kentucky. In Early Archaic Archaeology at the Hart Site (15La183) in Lawrence County, Kentucky, by Jonathan P. Kerr, pp. B-1–B-15. Contract Publication Series 04-185. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2004    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of the Old Branham Cemetery (15Fd94). Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2004    Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of the Old Branham Cemetery (15Fd94). Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2003    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations for Maca Electric, Site 15ED1, Mammoth Cave National Park. William Webb Museum, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

 

2003    Botanical Analysis. Preliminary analysis for Site 9MC23,  Sapelo Island Shell Rings,  Georgia. Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

 

2003    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of Site 15CK461, Clark County, Kentucky. Jack M. Schock Archaeologist, Bowling Green, KY.

 

2003    Wood Analysis. Section in Phase II investigations at 15Lv222, Livingston County, Kentucky. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2003    Botanical Analysis. Section in Investigations of the Montgomery County Cemetery (15Mm137). Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2003    Wood Analysis. Section in Investigations of the Montgomery County Cemetery (15Mm137). Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2003    Botanical Analysis. In A National Register Evaluation of Site 15Mm140 in Montgomery County, Kentucky (Item Number 7-320.00), by Jason M. Anderson, pp 53–67. Contract Publication Series 02-238. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2002    Botanical Analysis. Section in Phase III Investigations of the Historic Period Argosy Sites, Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County, Indiana. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2002    Botanical Analysis. Section in Archaeological Analysis of Site 12D373, Dearborn County, Indiana. Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

2002    Botanical Analysis. Section in Archaeological Analysis of Site 15CL59. Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions, LLC, West Chester, Ohio.

 

2002    Botanical Analysis. Section in Phase II Investigations in Morgan County, Kentucky. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

2001    Botanical Analysis. In A National Register Evaluation of Site 15Mm140 in Montgomery

County, Kentucky (Item Number 7-320.00), by Jason M. Anderson, pp 53–69. Contract Publication Series 02-238. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

2001    Botanical Analysis. In A National Register Evaluation of Sites 15Mm137, 15Mm139, and

15Mm140 and Deep Testing Along Sycamore Creek in Montgomery County, Kentucky, by Michael D. Richmond, pp 84–91. Contract Publication Series 01-106. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

2001    Botanical Analysis. Section in Phase II Investigations at Sites 15Hr14 and 15Hr43, Harrison County, Kentucky. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, KY.

 

1995   Seasonality, Predictability and Plant Use Strategies at San Jacinto 1, Northern Colombia. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh.

 

Carlisle, Ronald, C., Renée M. Bonzani, and Frances B. King

 1991   A Dendrochronological Study of Three Western Pennsylvania Historic Structures. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Local History Project Support Grant Report.

 

Bonzani, Renée M.

1990    Dendrochronology of the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal Lock Number Four, Pittsburgh.  M.A. thesis, on file at the Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

1984    Plant Remains from Nuraghe Seruci. Unpublished manuscript, on file at the Department of Classics, Tufts University, Medford, MA.

 

CURRENT AND PAST MEMBERSHIPS:

 

American Anthropological Association

American Association of University Professors

Kentucky Academy of Sciences

Society for American Archaeology

Society of Ethnobiology

 

LANGUAGES:

 

Spanish.

 

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 2 - Zero Hunger
  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being
  • SDG 4 - Quality Education
  • SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation
  • SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities
  • SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • SDG 13 - Climate Action

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, Univ Of Pittsburgh

1995

Master of Arts, Univ Of Pittsburgh

1990

Bachelor of Science, Tufts University

1984

Keywords

  • H Social Sciences (General)