October 7, 2022: Beyond the “Castle” Walls: Investigating the Landscape and Political Economy of a Southside, Virginia Plantation, ca. 1630-1730 AND Beyond the “Castle” Walls: Investigating the Landscape and Political Economy of a Southside, Virginia Plantation, ca. 1630-1730

Rebekah Planto and Donald Gaylord

May 20, 2022: Uncovering an Unusual Feature: Contextualizing Coan Hall’s Site 3 AND Living Things as an Archaeological Resource

Elizabeth Tarulis, Keri Burge, and Barbara Heath, University of Tennessee Knoxville and Graham Callaway, William and mary

April 22, 2022: The Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection and the Chaco Research Archive: Legacy Collection Lessons from the American Southwest

Carolyn Heitman, University of Nebraska

March 25, 2022: Fragments of Freedom: Remnants of Emancipated Life in Free Gut

Gabrielle Miller, Smithsonian Institute and University of Tulsa

March 11, 2022: A Lingering Absence in the City of Salt: Geospatially Reconstructing the Life and Legacies of the Former Fifteenth Ward in Syracuse, New York AND Stratford at the Crossroads: Archaeology, Power, and Transformative Storytelling at the Birthplace of Robert E. Lee

Dana Olesch, Syracuse University and Kelley Fanto Deetz and Amy Connolly, Stratford Hall

February 25, 2022: Using Machine Learning and Spatial Statistics to Measure the Geometric Structure of Archaeological Spaces AND What Was This Used For?: Using Absorbed Residues and Use-Wear to Tell Stories About Mugs, Bowls, and Tea Wares

Lindsay E. Cochran, East Tennessee State University, Grant Snitker, USDA Forest Service and the University of Georgia, and Kerice Doten-Snitker, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain and Matthew C. Greer, Syracuse University

December 10, 2021: Deetz’s New England Legacy: Digitizing the Plimoth Patuxet Collections

Christa Beranek, University of Massachusetts Boston, and Ana Opishinski, Plimoth Patuxet Museums

September 17, 2021: Museum Taphonomy and Storeroom Excavation: Unpacking the Legacy Collections at 87 Church Street, Charleston

Sarah Platt, Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery and Syracuse University

August 6, 2021: The State of Training in Historical Archaeology: A Conversation on Best Practices for Teaching Students How to Identify and Analyze Material Culture

Drs. Lindsay Bloch, Alasdair Brooks, Jillian Galle, Alicia Odewale, and Patricia Samford, moderated by Dr. Elizabeth Bollwerk

June 4, 2021: Local Trade and Global Markets: Sourcing Coarse Earthenware at Morne Patate Plantation, Dominica

Dr. Lindsay Bloch and Dr. Elizabeth Bollwerk, Florida Museum of Natural History and DAACS

May 7, 2021: Persistent Traditions: Lithic Technologies at the Franciscan Missions of La Florida

Dr. Charles Cobb and Dr. Gifford Waters, Collections Manager, Florida Museum of Natural History and University of Florida

March 12, 2021: An Archaeology of the Stewart Castle Great House, Trelawny, Jamaica

Sean Devlin, Curator of Archaeological Collections, Mount Vernon

January 15, 2021: The Archaeology of Houseyards at the Morne Patate Estate 1750-1900

Khadene Harris, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Kenyon College

December 4, 2020: Colonoware Pottery in the Colonial Lowcountry

Dr. Jon Marcoux, Clemson/College of Charleston, and Corey Sattes, Drayton Hall

November 20, 2020: A Historical Ecology of Slavery in the Danish West Indies: An Archaeology of Redress

Dr. Justin Dunnavant, Academic Pathways Postdoctoral Fellow, Vanderbilt University

November 6, 2020: Historical Archaeology at the Estate Little Princess, St. Croix, USVI

Dr. Alicia Odewale, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Tulsa and Dr. Ayana Omilade Flewellen, Assistant Professor of Anthropology. University of California, Riverside

October 23, 2020: The Material Impacts of Agricultural Diversification and Amelioration on Enslaved Laborers in Colonial Jamaica: An Archaeological Perspective

Dr. Suzanne Francis-Brown, Curator Emeritus, University of West Indies Museum and Dr. Jillian Galle, Project Director, DAACS