PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS

2015          Prehistoric Subsistence at Indiantown Farms.  Co-authored article in progress with Dr. Julie Markin, Chris Menke, Sarah Cohen, and Nicole Gamez.
2015          Experimental Research in Middle Atlantic Archaeology.  Book chapter to appear in, editors Heather Wholey and Carole Nash, Foundations of Middle Atlantic Prehistory, Alta Mira Press.
2015          Rethinking Relative Utility Factors to Better Model Resource Potential in Prehistoric Diets.  Co-authored (first author) with Dr. Aaron Krochmal and Katie Eckenrode.  Submitted to American Antiquity and currently under review.
2015          Our Dietary Past: The Story of the Human Quest for Nutrient Dense Foods.  Alta Mira Press, MD. 

Articles and Book Chapters  

2013          A How-To on Experimental Archaeology.  Dig Magazine, 8-10.
2013          A Spall.  Dig Magazine, 32.
2013          Location, Location, Location: The Archaeology of Prime Fishing Site Selection.  Chapter to appear in The Inescapable Significance of Cultural Ecology and Environmental Sciences in Archaeology: Papers in Honor of William M. Gardner.  Editors Heather Wholey and Carole Nash, Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, 29:123-130.
2013          I Know What you Did Last Summer.  EXARC Journal 2013/3.  Available online at: https://exarc.net/issue-2013-3/mm/i-know-what-you-did-last-summer.
2013          EXARC at the Times and Epochs Festival, Kolomenskoye Park, Moscow.  EXARC Journal 2013/3.  Available online at: https://exarc.net/issue-2013-3/mm/exarc-times-and-epochs-festival-kolomenskoye-park-moscow.
2012          Flakes Giving You Lip?  Let Them Speak: An Examination of the Relationship Between Percussor Type and Lipped Platforms.  Co-authored (lead author) with Jeremy Koch, Temple University. Archaeology of Eastern North America, 40:99-106.  (Peer reviewed).
2012          The Society of Primitive Technology. EuroREA, 3. Available online at: http://journal.exarc.net/
2012          An Interview with Dr. Errett Callahan. EuroREA, 3.  Available online at: https://exarc.net/issue-2012-3/mm/interview-dr-callahan
2011          A Review of “Woodland Potters and Archaeological Ceramics of the North Carolina Coast.”  The Journal
of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, 27:169-170.
2011          Experimental Perspectives on Prehistoric Fishing.  Chapter in Experiments and Interpretation of Traditional Technologies: Essays in Honor of Errett Callahan. Editor Hugo Nami, Smithsonian Institution.  Special edition of Arquelogia Contemporanea.  
2011          The SPT Mission.  The Bulletin of Primitive Technology, 42:7-8.
2011          EXARC Report.  The Bulletin of Primitive Technology, 42:91.
2010a        Remember Lessons from the Past: Fermentation and the Restructuring of our Food System.  Co-authored (second author) with Mark Wiest.  Chapter appears in Cured, Fermented and Smoked Foods: Proceedings of Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2010. Devon, England: Prospect Books. 
2010b        Documentation Strategies for Experimental Research.  The Bulletin of Primitive Technology, 40:64-68.
2010c        A Review of “Scandinavian Flint: An Archaeological Perspective.”  Lithic Technology, 35(1):73-74.
2010d        Plant Processing Strategies and their Effect Upon Starch Grain Survival in Rendering Arrow Arum (Peltandra virginica) (L.) Kunth, Araceae Edible.  Co-authored (second author) with Timothy C. Messner.  Journal of Archaeological Science, 37(2):328-336. (Peer reviewed).
2010e        A Review of “Native American Landscapes of St. Catherine’s Island, Georgia.”  North American
                  Archaeologist, 30(4):421-432.
2009         Hunting with Talc? Experiments into the Functionality of Certain Late Neolithic Ground Projectile Points from the Site of Liangchengzhen, Peoples Republic of China.  Co-authored (second author) with Geoffrey Cunnar, Anne Underhill, Fengshi Luan, and Hui Fang. Journal of Ethnoarcaheology, 1(2):185-212.  (Peer reviewed).
2009          The Old Rag Symposium: A Discussion.  Bulletin of Primitive Technology, 37.
2008          Rethinking Middle Woodland Settlement and Subsistence Patterns in the Middle and Lower Delaware Valley.  North American Archaeologist, 29(1):1-12. (Peer Reviewed)
2005          Poisoned Water?  Latent Piscicide Use in the Prehistoric Delaware Valley. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, 59, 4-7.
2004          What Lies Beneath: Does Debitage on Plowzone Surfaces Provide Adequate Representations of Parent Subsurface Deposits?  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, 20, 73-78. (Peer Reviewed)
2003          An Evaluation of Three Argillite Tools Used in a Deer Butchering Experiment. Bulletin of Primitive Technology, 25, 84-87.
2003          Living Archaeology, Anadromous Fish, and Middle Woodland Indians. Bulletin of Primitive Technology, 25, 17-19.
Technical Reports
2015          The Archaeology of Mount Harmon.  Lead author in the upcoming co-authored report with John Seidel and Julie Markin.
2011          Evaluation of Archaeological Testing and Predictive Modeling on Maryland’s Upper Eastern Shore – 2009 Investigations.   Lead author in the co-authored report with John Seidel submitted to the Maryland Historical Trust.
2010          What’s the point? Systematic testing of projectile performace when confronted with various body coverings.  Report submitted to the Research Department at Lejre: Land of Legends, Lejre, Denmark.              
2008          Analysis of Artifacts from the King’s Quarry Site (36Lh2).  Co-authored (second author) with Dr. R. Michael Stewart.  Report submitted to the Pennsylvania Historical Museum Commission.
2004          Management Summary of Archaeology at Teackle Mansion, Phase II, Report prepared for Friends of Teackle Mansion, Inc. Co-authored with Gonick, K. and Messner, T.
2003        Management Summary of Archaeology at Teackle Mansion, Phase I, Report prepared for Friends of Teackle Mansion, Inc. Co-authored with Gonick, K. and Messner, T.