Sunday, February 19, 2017

Syllabus: Pre-Columbian Art of the Eastern United States for Baltimore Area Students


Week 1: HRANICKY, WM. JACK. “AN EDGE TRIMMING ARTIFACT FROM MARYLAND.” Central States Archaeological Journal, vol. 34, no. 4, 1987, pp. 194–195., www.jstor.org/stable/43143656.
Week 2: Dragoo, Don W., and Charles F. Wray. “Hopewell Figurine Rediscovered.” American Antiquity, vol. 30, no. 2, 1964, pp. 195–199. www.jstor.org/stable/278852.
Week 3: KASSABAUM, MEGAN C. "Monumental Grandeur Of The Mississippi Valley." Expedition 57.2 (2015): 6-16. Academic Search Premier. Web. 30 May 2016.
Week 4: Lenik, Edward J. “The Bald Friar Petroglyphs of Maryland: Threatened, Rescued, Lost, and Found.” The Rock-Art of Eastern North America. Ed. Carol Diaz-Granados, Ed. James R. Duncan. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2004. 290-307. Print.
Week 5: Lowery, Darrin, and Dennis Stanford. "A PALEOINDIAN ENCAMPMENT AT 44NH233: AN INUNDATED COASTAL PALEOINDIAN SITE ALONG THE ATLANTIC SEASHORE OF THE DELMARVA PENINSULA." Academia.edu. Smithsonian Institution, Virginia Department of Historic Resources, Chesapeake Watershed Archaeological Research Foundation, 16 Sept. 2013. Web.
Week 6: Nevin, Paul. “Rock-Art Sites on the Susquehanna River.” The Rock-Art of Eastern North America. Ed. Carol Diaz-Granados, Ed. James R. Duncan. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2004. 239-257. Print.
Week 7: Fletcher, Robert V. et al. “SERPENT MOUND: A FORT ANCIENT ICON?” Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology, vol. 21, no. 1, 1996, pp. 105–143. www.jstor.org/stable/20708387.
Week 8: Fletcher, Robert V. et al. “SERPENT MOUND: A FORT ANCIENT ICON?” Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology, vol. 21, no. 1, 1996, pp. 105–143. www.jstor.org/stable/20708387.
Week 9: Romain, William F. "Chapter 6: Journey to the Center of the World: Astronomy, Geometry, and Cosmology at the Fort Ancient Enclosure." The Fort Ancient Earthworks: Prehistoric Lifeways of the Hopewell Culture in Southwestern Ohio. Connolly, Robert P, and Bradley T. Lepper. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Historical Society, 2004. Print.
Week 10: Marquardt, William H., and Laura Kozuch. "The Lightning Whelk: An Enduring Icon Of Southeastern North American Spirituality." Journal Of Anthropological Archaeology 42.(2016): 1-26.ScienceDirect. Web. (READ ONLY pp. 8-22)
Week 11: Ford, T. Latimer. “ADENA SITES ON CHESAPEAKE BAY.” Archaeology of Eastern North America, vol. 4, 1976, pp. 63–89. www.jstor.org/stable/40914148.
Week 12: Lowery, Darrin et al. “INTEGRATED GEOLOGY, PALEONTOLOGY, AND ARCHAEOLOGY: NATIVE AMERICAN USE OF FOSSIL SHARK TEETH IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY REGION.” Archaeology of Eastern North America, vol. 39, 2011, pp. 93–108. www.jstor.org/stable/23265116.
Week 13: Lowery, Darrin L. “THE DELMARVA ADENA COMPLEX: A STUDY OF THE FREDERICA SITE, KENT COUNTY, DELAWARE.” Archaeology of Eastern North America, vol. 40, 2012, pp. 27–58. www.jstor.org/stable/23265134.
Week 14: Lowery, Darrin. "Jacks Reef in the Chesapeake and Delmarva Region: Research into the Coastal Archaeology of the Era between circa Cal A.D. 480 to Cal A.D. 900." Academia.edu. Archaeology of Eastern North America, 2013. Web. 19 Feb. 2017. <https://www.academia.edu/5550486/Jacks_Reef_in_the_Chesapeake_and_Delmarva_Region_Research_int
Week 15: Lowery, Darrin. "Jacks Reef in the Chesapeake and Delmarva Region: Research into the Coastal Archaeology of the Era between circa Cal A.D. 480 to Cal A.D. 900." Academia.edu. Archaeology of Eastern North America, 2013. Web. 19 Feb. 2017. <https://www.academia.edu/5550486/Jacks_Reef_in_the_Chesapeake_and_Delmarva_Region_Research_int

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