|Georgia College Archaeology Lab|
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Check out Georgia College's Archaeology & Physical Anthropology Lab in 352 Arts & Sciences
SPRING 2012 OFFICE HOURS:
● Monday, Wed., Friday: 12-4/5 PM
● Tuesdays & Thursdays: Lab open all day!!! These are the best days to work with me!
CURRENT (SELECT) ARCHAEOLOGY PROJECTS IN VIRGINIA:
● Student and Faculty collaboration on Ancient Virginia Canines
●Canine Paleopathology Project, in collaboration with Elizabeth Uhl, Ph.D., DVM, UGA, Athens, GA
●Canine DNA Project (Virginia Algonquian Dogs, A.D. 760-1310), in collaboration with Dr. Robert K. Wayne, UCLA (results pending)
●Weyanoke Old Town Canine Osteometric Project, in cooperation with the Virginia Foundation for Archaeological Research (VFAR), Inc.
●A Clay Tobacco Pipe Found in a Late Archaic Savannah River Hearth (ca. 3000-1000 B.C.) at Bermuda Hundred, Virginia: Four Millennia of Tobacco Use Where the Virginia Tobacco Industry Began
CURRENT (SELECT) ARCHAEOLOGY PROJECTS ON SAN SALVADOR, BAHAMAS:
●Human Impacts on a Small Island Ecosystem: Lessons from the Lucayans of San Salvador, Bahamas for This Island Earth (book chapter accepted for Ecosystem 2)
●Blick, Jeffrey P. The Case for San Salvador as the Site of the 1492 Columbus Landfall: Principles of Historic Archaeology Applied to Current Evidence.
●Blick, Jeffrey P., Richard Kim and Tyler G. Hill*. 2010. Lucayan Beads from San Salvador, Bahamas (ca. A.D. 900-1500). Beads: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers 22:27-40. (*GCSU and GSU students)(this article was published less than 1 year after the research was performed)
JOIN DR. BLICK FOR AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH EXPEDITION TO SAN SALVADOR, BAHAMAS, JUNE-JULY, 2012. (See Dr. Blick for details & costs).
Location: Gerace Research Centre (GRC), San Salvador, Bahamas:
Last updated 17 Feb 2012 by JPB.
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