Below is a list of publications and presentations (since 2013) reflecting faculty and student research in Archaeology. (student names preceded by an *)



Gilmore, R.G. and B. Reid (eds.) (2014). The Encyclopeaedia of Caribbean Archaeology, (Gainsville: University Press of Florida).

Haldon, J., Elton, H., and J. Newhard (eds.) (2018). Archaeology and Urban Settlement in Late Roman and Byzantine Anatolia: Investigating the History of Euchaïta-Avkat-Beyözü and its Environment, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). doi: 10.1017/9781108557757

Stiefel, B. (2014) Jews and the Renaissance of Synagogue Architecture, 1450-1730. London, UK: Pickering & Chatto Publishers. 
--. (2014) Jewish Sanctuary in the Atlantic World: A Social and Architectural History. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press. 

Stiefel, B. (ed). (2014) What is Your Heritage and the State of its Preservation?: Essays on Family History Exploration from the Field. Berwyn Heights, MD: Heritage Books, Inc.

Stiefel, B. and J. Wells. (eds.) (2014) Preservation Education: Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England.


Articles in Refereed Journals and Book Chapters

Alhman, T., R. G. Gilmore, J. Ferguson, B. Heath, and G. Schroedl (2019). “Examining inter- and intra- island Afro-Caribbean ware trade networks in the Lesser Antilles” In T. Ahlman (ed.) Out of the Ordinary: Historical Archaeologies on and Beyond Caribbean Plantations, (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press).

Bikoulis, P., Elton, H., Haldon, J., Newhard, J. (2015). “Above as Below: Application of Multiple Survey Techniques at a Byzantine Church at Avkat.” In K. Winther-Jacobsen and L. Summerer (eds.) Landscape and settlement dynamics in Northern Anatolia in the Roman and Byzantine Period (Geographica Historica). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. Pp. 101-117. 

Cassis, M., Doonan, O., Elton, H. and J. Newhard (2018). “Evaluating Archaeological Evidence for Demographics, Abandonment, and Recovery in Late Antique and Byzantine Anatolia.” Human Ecology 46: 381-398. DOI: 10.1007/s10745-018-0003-1

Dennison, M., Franklin, J., Hays, M.A., Dean, S. (2013). “Linville Cave (40SL24) Revisited: Multiple Lines of Evidence to Address Assmblage Formation.” Tennessee Archaeology 7, 18-41.

Elton, H., Haldon, J., Newhard, J., (2017). “Euchaita,” in Ph. Niewöhner (ed.) Handbook of Byzantine Archaeology of Anatolia. From the End of Late Antiquity to the Coming of the Turks.  Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190610463 
––. (2015). “Euchaita,” in S. Steadman and G. McMahon (eds.) The Archaeology of Anatolia: Recent Discoveries (2011-2014). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp. 332-355. 

Franklin, J., Dennison, M., Hays, M. A., Naval, J., Dye, A., (2013). "The Early and Middle Woodland of the Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee," in Alice Wright (ed.) Early and Middle Woodland Landscapes of the Southeast, 71-88.

Franklin, J., M. Hays, F. Surmely, I. Patania, L. Langston and T. Bow (2016). "A Preliminary Report on the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Archaeology of Rock Creek Mortar Shelter, Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee," Tennessee Archaeology 8:62-80.

Gilmore, R.G. (2015). "The Congo Free Black Village and Burial Ground on St. Eustatiaus," in T. Ahlman (ed.) Out of the Ordinary: Historical Archaeologiies on and Beyond Caribbean Plantations (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press).
--. (2015). "Vernacular Architecture in the Caribbean," in T. Clack (ed.) Archaeology, Syncretism, Creolisation (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
--. (2013). "St. Eustatius - the Nexus for Colonial Caribbean Capitalism," in The Archaeology of Interdependece The inaugural volume for series Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Arhcaoelogical Heritage Management (New York: Springerlink for ICOMOS and ICAHM).

Gilmore, R. G. and L. Nelson (2015). “The Dutch West Indies Company Headquarters on St Eustatius”. In C. Hofman and J. Haviser (Eds.) In Managing Our Past into the Future Archaeological Heritage Management in the Dutch Caribbean, (Oxford: Sidestone Press).

Haldon, J., Roberts, C. N., Izedebski, A., Fleitmann, D., McCormick, M., Cassis, M., Doonan, O., Eastwood, W., Elton, H., Landstaetter, S., Manninng, S., Newhard, J.M., Nicoll, K., Telelis, I., Xoplaki, E. (2014). "The Climate and Environment of Byzantine Anatolia: Integrating Science, History, and Archaeology." Journal of Interdisciplinary History 113-161.

Harris, M. Scott, Sautter, L.R., Johnson, K.L., Luciano, K.E., Sedberry, G.R., Wright, E.E., Siud A.N.S. (2013). “Continental shelf landscapes of the southeastern United States since the last interglacial.” Geomorphology 203, 6-24.

Kidd, A.B. (2018). “The Ionic Capitals from the South Stoa of Aphrodisias’ Urban Park: A Case Study of Urban Design in Late Antiquity.” Istanbuler Mitteilungen 68: 209-244. 

Newhard, J., (2019). (2019). “Beyond apologetics: restructuring the humanities for an ‘Age of Austerity’” North Dakota Quarterly 58: 181-199.
--. (2016). “The Chipped and Ground Stone,” in M. Cosmopoulos (ed.) The Political Geography of a Mycenaean District. The Archaeological Survey at Iklaina. (The Archaeological Society at Athens Library 306) Athens: Library of the Archaeological Society at Athens. Pp. 192-202.
––. (2016). “A survey of chipped stone resources and production in the Argolid,” in P. Elephanti, P.N. Kardulias, N. Andreasen, and G. Marshall (eds.) Lithics Past and Present: Perspectives on Chipped Stone Studies in Greece (Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology 144).  Pp. 141-158.
––. (2015). "3D Imaging in Mediterranean Archaeology: What are we Doing, Anyway?" in W. Caraher and B. Olsen (eds.), Visions of Substance: 3D Imaging in Mediterranean Archaeology (Digital Press of the University of North Dakota).

Newhard, J., and E. Cline (2022). “Panarchy and the Adaptive Cycle: A Case Study from Mycenaean Greece.” In A. Izdebski, J. Haldon, and P. Filipkowski (eds.), Perspectives on Public Policy in Societal-Environmental Crises: What the Future Needs from History. (Risks, Systems and Decisions). New York: Springer. Pp. 225-235 (with Eric Cline).

Newhard, J., Elton, H., and J. Haldon (2021). “Assessing Continuity and Change in the Sixth to Ninth Century Landscape of North-Central Anatolia.” In C. Roosevelt and J. Haldon (eds.) Winds of Change: Environment and Society in Anatolia. 15th International ANAMED Annual Symposium. Koç University Research Center for Anatolian Civilization. Pp. 141-157.
--. (2020). “Reflections on the Avkat Archaeological Project: collaborations, education, and dissemination.” Journal of Greek Archaeology 5: 528-534.

Newhard, J. M., Levine, N. S., *Phebus, A. D. (2014). "The Development of Integrated Terrestrial and Marine Pathways in the Argo-Saronic Region, Greece." Cartography and Geographic Information Science 41, 379-390. DOI:10.1080/15230406.2014.925786

Newhard, J.M., Levine, N.S., *Phebus, A.D., *Littlefield, J., Craft, S. (2013). “A Geoinformatic Approach to the Collection of Archaeological Survey Data.” Cartography and Geographic Information Science 40: 3-17.  DOI: 10.1080/15230406.2013.762139

Prakash, T. (2020). “Everybody Hurts: Understanding and Visualizing Pain in Ancient Egypt.” In Jaume Llop Raduà and Shih-Wei Hsu (eds.) The Expression of Emotions in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 116), 103–125. (Leiden: Brill).
--. (2020). “From Saqqara to Brussels: A Head from a Sixth Dynasty Prisoner Statue in the Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire.” Chronique d’Egypte 189: 5–19.
--. (2020). “The Prisoner Statues in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the British Museum: From the Late Old Kingdom to Today.” Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur 49: 197–221.
--. (2018). “Reconsidering the Bound Captive Statuary from the Pyramid Complex of Raneferef.” Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 54: 137–159.

Pyszka, K., *Fulmer, N., Hays, M. A., *McNabb, K. (2013). "'…a small but convenient House of Brick': A Tale of the St. Paul's Parsonage House, Hollywood, South Carolina, USA." Church Archaeology 15, 47-54.

Pyszka, K., and M. Hays (2017). "People, Places and Transport: St. Paul’s Parish Then and Now," Southern Anthropologist 37: 1-25.
--. (2016). "Dixie Plantation’s Rising Tide: A History of Saint Paul’s Parish in Microcosm," South Carolina Historical Magazine 117: 30-61.

Pyszka, K., *K. McNabb, and M. Hays (2017). "Small, but Convenient?: An Update on the St. Paul’s Parsonage, Hollywood, South Carolina, U.S.A." Journal of the Society for Church Archaeology 18: 39-50.

Roberts, N., Cassis, M., Doonan, O., Eastwood, W., Elton, H., Haldon, J., Izdebski, N., and J. Newhard (2018). “Not the End of the World? Post-Classical Decline and Recovery in Rural Anatolia.” Human Ecology 46: 305-322. DOI: 10.1007/s10745-018-9973-2

Schibille, N., Frestone, I., and A. Sterrett-Krause (2017). "Glass Groups, Glass Supply, and Recycling in Late Roman Carthage," Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9: 1223-1241. DOI: 10.1007/s12520-016-0316-1).

Shreve, N., J. Franklin, E. Ernenwein, M. Hays, and I. Patania (2020). "An Arc of Interaction, a Flow of People, and Emergent Identity: Early Contact Period Archaeology and Early European Interactions in the Middle Nolichucky Valley of Upper East Tennessee," In E.A. Boudreaux, M.S. Meyers, and J.K. Johnson (eds.) Contact, Colonialism, and Native Communities in the Southeastern United States, pp. 140-155 (University of Florida Press).

Sterrett-Krause, A. (2017). “Drinking with the Dead? Glass from Roman and Christian Burial Areas at Leptiminus (Lamta, Tunisia)," Journal of Glass Studies 59.4: 47-82.

Streit, J. (2020). "Penitence and Crusade in the Assumption Chapel of the Real Monasterio de Las Huelgas, Burgos.” Medieval Encounters 26: 578-606.
--. (2020). “Growing Almohad Aesthetics: The Mosque of Seville in Context.” In A. Bursi, S.J. Pearce and H.M. Zafer (eds.) His Pen and Ink are a Powerful Mirror: Andalusi and Other Near Eastern Studies in Honor of Ross Brann on His 70th Birthday298-325. (Leiden: Brill).
--. (2019) “Pilgrimage and Liminality at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Le Puy-en-Velay, and the Saint Michael Chapel, Aiguilhe” Source: Notes in the History of Art31.1: 6-16.

Surmely, F, S. Costamagno, J. Franklin, R. Angevin, F. Chevrier, S. Madeleine, M. Hays (2019). "Circulation à longue distance des matières premières lithiques et des objets de parure au Magdalénien moyen en Auvergne: exemple du site d’Enval-Moliard (Vic-leComte, Puy-de-Dôme)," In M. DesChamps, S. Costamagno, P.-Y. Milcent, J.-M. Petillon, C. Renard, and N. Valdeyron (eds.) La conquête de la montagne: des premières occupations humaines à l’anthropisation du milieu, pp. 1-23 (Comité des Travaux Historiques et Scientifique).

Surmely, F., S. Costamagno, J. Franklin, M. Hays, in collaboration with F. Chevrier, S. Madeleine, G. Vernet and I. Patania (2017). "Découverte d’un nouveau gisement du Magdalénien moyen à Enval (Vic-le-Comte, Puy-de-Dôme)," Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Française 114:173-176.


Book Reviews

Kidd, A.B. 2021. Review of D. Moreau et al., eds. 2020. Archaeology of a World of Changes. Late Roman and Early Byzantine Architecture, Sculpture and Landscapes (BAR: Oxford), Bulletin of British Byzantine Studies 46. 



Papers and Posters Presented at Conferences

*Adams, O., 2014. 12th Annual South Carolina Anthropology Student Conference, “Understanding Tenant Farmers in the South Carolina Low Country: Dixie Plantation as a Case Study,” Blufton, SC (April).
––. 2015. "Examining Cultural Landscapes of the Past: Charles Towne Landing," South Carolina State Park Archaeology Conference. Charleston, SC. (April).

*Adams, Olivia, Kimberly Pyszka, Maureen A. Hays, 2014. "Landscape Archaeology and GIS: Understanding Cultural Adaptation and Tenant Farming in the Lowcountry (Hollywood, SC)," Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Greenville, SC. (November).

*Bartholomew, Zach, 2015. "The Use of Geospatial Statistics for Defining Archaeological Sites Using Surface Survey Data," South Carolina State Park Archaeology Conference. Charleston, SC. (April 2015).
––. 2014. "Relationship between Population Growth and Land-cover Change in the Charleston Area: A Landsat Remote Sensing Study from 1984-2014," SSM Poster Session

*Bartholomew, Zach, James M. Newhard, Norman S. Levine, Kevin Pluta, Dimitri Nakassis, 2015. "The Development of a Legacy GIS for the Contextualization of the Linear B Deposits from the Palace of Nestor at Pylos," Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, LA. (January).

*Baxley, J., and Newhard, J.M.L. Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference, “Developing a Method for 3D Capture of Linear B Tablets using Structured Light Scanning,” Towson, MD (April 2014).

*Baxley, J., Newhard, J.M.L., Rennison, B., Pluta, K., Nakassis, D. 2014. “The Use of Structured Light Scanning for the Study of the Linear B Deposits from Pylos, Messenia, Greece,” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Chicago, IL.

*Bennett, C., 2015. "Dental Age Estimation in Subadults: a Re-evaluation of Standards for Contemporary African American Children," South Carolina State Park Archaeology Conference. Charleston, SC. (April).

Elton, H., Haldon, J., and J. Newhard. 2021. “Feeding Constantinople: from farm to capital,” Shifting Frontiers XIV.

Franklin, Jay, Maureen A. Hays, Frederic Surmely, Lucinda Langston, Travis Bow, 2014. "Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Archaeology at Rock Creek Mortar Shelter, Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee," Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Greenville, SC. (November).

*Garrison, Craig, 2015. "A Catalog of Carriage Steps in the Historic District of Charleston: Paving the Way to Understanding the Historic Streetscape of Charleston," South Carolina State Park Archaeology Conference. Charleston, SC. (April).
––. 2014. Eighth Biennial Meeting of Fields of Conflict International Battlefield Conference, “A Catalog of Carriage Steps in the Historic District of Charleston: Paving the Way to Understanding the Historic Streetscape of Charleston,” Chicago, IL (January).
––. 2014. “A Catalog of Carriage Steps in the Historic District of Charleston: Paving the Way to Understanding the Historic Streetscape of Charleston,” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Chicago, IL (January).

Gilmore, R.G., Newhard, J., and M.S. Harris. 2022. “From kitchen to dwelling: an evolving urban African American landscape at the College of Charleston,” Society for Historical Archaeology, Philadelphia.

Hays, Maureen A., Battle, M., *Falls, E., *Jenkins, C., *Laforgia, E., *McNabb, K., Pyszka, K. 2013. "Public Outreach Efforts at Dixie Plantation: Hollywood, South Carolina," Charles Towne Landing Archaeology Conference, Charleston SC.

*Howle, Carolyn. 2015 "Reimagining the Newgrange Passage Tomb through Folklore," South Carolina State Park Archaeology Conference. Charleston, SC. (April).

Ibarra, Alvaro and *J. Miller. 2014. Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, ""The Evolution of Roman Encampments in Southern Dacia: An Analysis of Roman Operations & Military Fortifications along the Upper Olt River Valley"," Archaeological Institute of America, Chicago, IL. (January).
––. 2014. Eighth Biennial Meeting of Fields of Conflict International Battlefield Conference, "Combating Asymmetrical Operations: Understanding the Roman Occupation of Dacia," University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (March).

Muldrow, Ralph C. 2014. "Traditional Residential Design," CRAN conference on traditional architecture, American Institute of Architects, Charleston, SC. (October).

Newhard, James M. 2018. “Closing the Loop on the Geospatial Turn” Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Barcelona.
--. 2015. “Perspectives on using 3rd-party data to develop regional syntheses in the informatic age,” invited paper at a workshop “Developing the Digital Ottoman Platform (DOP),” Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.

Newhard, J., Elton, H., and J. Haldon. 2021. “Assessing Continuity and Change in the Sixth to Ninth Century Landscape of North-Central Anatolia.” 15th Annual International ANAMED Symposium. Koç University Research Center for Anatolian Civilization.
--. 2019. “What Happens when Historians and Archaeologists Talk to Each Other: the Avkat Archaeological Project,” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Boston.

Newhard, J.M.L., Levine, N., *Adams, O. 2014. “Assigning Function to Survey Data Using Multivariate Geospatial Modeling,” Computing Applications in Archaeology, Paris, France.

Newhard, J.M.L., Levine, N.S. 2013. “Developing interpretative frameworks for ephemeral artifact scatters: a geoinformatic example from central Turkey,” presented at a workshop “Far from the Maddening Crowd – Interpreting the Ephemeral Evidence for Rural Life,” at the19th Meeting of European Association for Archaeologists, Plzen, Czech Republic.
––. 2013. “Beyond the Region: the Use of Meta-GIS in the Development of Cross-Regional Syntheses,” invited paper at a workshop “Workshop zum GIS-Byzanz Projekt,” geogrgraphischen Institut in Mainz.

Optiz, Rachel, James M. Newhard, Marcello Mogetta, Tyler Johnson, Samantha Lash, Matt Naglak, 2015. "Inside-out and Inside-in: Improving and Extending Digital Models for Archaeological Interpretation," Archaeological Institute of America/Society for Classical Studies, New Orleans, LA. (January).

Pyszka, Kimberly, *Kalen McNabb, Maureen A. Hays. 2014. "“A small but convenient House of Brick”: the St. Paul’s Parish Parsonage House.," Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Greenville, SC. (November).

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