Papers, Fora, Posters & Panels

Lydia I. Rees and Jamie C. Brandon. 2016  “Bluff Shelters: Understanding Place Across Time in the Arkansas Ozarks.”  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, El Dorado, Arkansas.

 Brandon, Jamie C. and Lydia I. Rees. 2016  “Beyond the Bluff Dweller: Isolation and Connection in Prehistoric Bluff Shelters of the Arkansas Ozarks.”  Paper presented at the 10th Annual Ozarks Studies Symposium, West Plains, MO.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Lydia I. Rees. 2016  “Samuel Dellinger & the Archeology of Arkansas Ozark Bluff Shelters.”  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Historical Association, Little Rock, AR.

Pyszka, Kimberly, Jamie C. Brandon and Bobby Braly. 2016  “Early Methodism on the Frontier: The Archaeology and Architecture of the Methodist Manse, Cane Hill, Arkansas.”  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archeology, Orlando, Florida.

Pyszka, Kimberly, Jamie C. Brandon and Bobby Braly. 2015 “Preliminary Archeology at the Methodist Manse in Historic Cane Hill, Arkansas.” Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2015 “Mountain Modernity and Archeology in the Arkansas Ozarks: A Case Study from Van Winkle’s Mill.” Paper presented at the 9th Annual Ozarks Studies Symposium, West Plains, MO.

Brandon, Jamie C., Kimberly Pyszka and Bobby Braly. 2015 “Preliminary Archeology at the Methodist Manse in Historic Cane Hill, Arkansas.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Carl G. Drexler. 2014 “Regnat Populus: The Intersection of Historical Archeology Research and Public Service in Arkansas.” Paper presented as a part of “Research, Preservation, Communication: Honoring Thomas J. Green on his Retirement from the Arkansas Archeological Survey” symposium (Mary Beth Trubitt, organizer) to the Society for American Archaeology meetings, Austin, TX.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2014 “Archeologies of the Home Front: Excavations at Historic Washington State Park,” Key Note Address for the Arkansas Historical Association meeting, Washington, AR.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2014 Organizer, “The Revelatory Power of an Artifact in Context” symposium at the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Quebec City, Canada.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2014 Two Atlantic Worlds Collide in Arkansas: Spanish Coins from the 1830s Mercantile District in Historic Washington, Arkansas. Paper presented as a part of “The Revelatory Power of an Artifact in Context” symposium (Jamie C. Brandon, organizer) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Quebec City, Canada.

Brandon, Jamie C.  2014 “Equity (Issues) for All, Historical Archaeology as a Profession in the 21st Century” open discussion forum at the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Quebec City, Canada (Ashley Morton and Lewis Jones, organizers).

Brandon, Jamie C. 2013 Discussant for the “Engagements with Industrial Heritage and Archaeology: Publics, Professionals, Stakeholders and Scholars” symposium (Tim Scarlett, organizer) at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2013 Bear Grease Pomade in the Bear State: Cass, Consumerism, and Colonialism at the Royston House in Historic Washington State Park, Arkansas. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Conway, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2013 “Making Historical Archaeology Visible: Experiences in Digital (and Analog) Community Outreach in Arkansas” Paper presented as a part of “Digital Heritage and Archaeology: Applications of Web-based Technology for Community Engagement” symposium (Terry Brock, organizer) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archeology, Leicester, UK.

Brandon, Jamie C.  2013 “Equity (Issues) for All, Historical Archaeology as a Profession in the 21st Century” open discussion forum at the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Leicester, UK (Ashley Morton and Lewis Jones, organizers).

Brandon, Jamie C. 2012 Merchants on the Cotton Frontier, Part II: The 2011 & 2012 AAS Summer Training Programs on Block 6 in Historic Washington, Arkansas. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2012 Reversing the Narrative of Hillbilly History: Historical Archaeology in the Arkansas Ozarks. Paper presented as a part of “Reversing the Narrative” symposium (Paul Shackel and Paul Roller, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Baltimore, MD.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2011 Merchants on the Cotton Frontier: Archaeology of Block 6, Historic Washington, Arkansas.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2011 Bear Grease Pomade in the Bear State: Cass, Consumerism, and Colonialism at the Royston House in Historic Washington State Park, Arkansas. Paper presented as a part of “The Revelatory Power of an Artifact in Context” symposium (Jamie C. Brandon, organizer) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2011  Discussant for the “Reinterpreting the Domestic: Household Archaeology Across Boundaries of Space, Time and Disciplinary Divisions” symposium (Emily Root-Garey and Nedra Lee, organizers) at the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

Chowdhury, Pritam and Jamie C. Brandon 2010 Urban Farmstead Landscapes at the Royston House (3HE236-91), Historic Washington, Arkansas.  Paper presented as a part of the “Sentinel to History: Historical Archaeology in the State of Arkansas” symposium (Carl Carlson-Drexler and David Markus, organizers) to the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Lexington, KY.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2010 Discussant for the “Sentinel to History: Historical Archaeology in the State of Arkansas” symposium (Carl Carlson-Drexler and David Markus, organizers) to the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Lexington, KY.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2010 Silencing/Remembering African-American Heritage in the Arkansas Ozarks.  Paper presented as a part of the special Windows from the Present to the Past: The Archaeology of Africa and the African Diaspora conference held at Howard University, February 25-27, Washington DC.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Mary Z. Brennan 2010  Senses of Place in the Western Upland South: An Overview of Recent Historical Landscape Archaeology in the Arkansas Ozarks  . Paper presented as a part of the Current Research into Historical Landscapes symposium (Jack Gary and Eric Proebsting, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Amelia Island, Florida.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2010  Discussant for the “Re-Assessing the Archaeology of Fort George Island, Florida: 1587-2009” symposium (Karen McIlvoy, organizer) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Amelia Island, Florida.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2010  Discussant for the “This is Gamecock Country: Graduate Research at the University of South Carolina” symposium (Audrey Dawson and Lisa Randle, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Amelia Island, Florida.

Pritam Chowdhuryand Jamie C. Brandon 2010  Archeological Investigations at the Royston House (3HE236-91), Historic Washington State Park, Washington, Arkansas: 2007-2009. Poster presented to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Amelia Island, Florida.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2009  Race, Identity, Capitalism and Competing Concepts of Freedom in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century South. Paper presented as a part of the “Alternative Freedoms: The View from Historical Archaeology symposium (Chris Matthews, organizer) to the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2009  “Starting Your Own Research.”  Participated in the SEAC Student Affairs Workshop as a part of a panel with Ian Brown, Thomas Pluckhahn, and Lynne Sullivan, Southeastern archaeological Conference, Mobile, AL.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2009  Decoration Day: A Glimpse at the Hybridity of Materials and Meanings Beyond Racial Constructions and Beyond this Veil of Tears. Paper presented as a part of the “Materialities and Meanings of Rituals in Atlantic Africa and the African Diasporasymposium (Akin Ogundiran and Paula Saunders, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Brandon, Jamie C. and John R. Samuelsen 2008  Recent Geophysical and Archeological Investigations at the Royston House (3HE236-91), Historic Washington State Park, Washington, Arkansas. Poster presented to the Southeastern Archeological Conference, Charlotte, NC.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2008  African-American Archeologies in the Midwest.  Forum at the Midwest Historical Archeology Conference, Indianapolis, IN (Christopher Fennell, moderator and organizer).

Brandon, Jamie C. 2008  A Different Kind of “Old Roman” Archeology: Investigations at the Royston House (3HE236-91), Historic Washington State Park, Washington, Arkansas.. Paper presented to the South Central Historical Archeological Conference, Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, Morrilton, AR.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2008  From Monumental Mounds to Forgotten Forts: Ongoing Collaborative Archeological Projects in Southwestern Arkansas.  Paper presented to the East Texas Archaeological Conference, Tyler, TX.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2008  Engendering Archaeology in the Arkansas Ozarks and the Old Southwest. Paper presented as a part of the “Engendering the Historical Archaeology of the Trans-Mississippi West” symposium (Elizabeth Scott, organizer) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Albuquerque, NM.

Stewart-Abernathy, Leslie C. “Skip” and Jamie C. Brandon 2008  What Does Post-emancipation African-American Archaeology Look Like in Arkansas? Paper presented as a part of the “Post-Emancipation Transitions in the African Diaspora” symposium (Terrance Weik and and Florie Bugarin, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Albuquerque, NM.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2008  Is “Public Outreach” Enough?: Exploring the Place for Activism in 21st Century African Diaspora Archaeology. Forum sponsored by the African Diaspora Archaeology Network (James Davidson, organizer; Carol McDavid, James Davidson, and Jamie Brandon, moderators) at the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Albuquerque, NM.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2007  That Was Then, This is Now: Revisiting the Archaeologies of Fort George Island, Florida. Paper presented as a part of the “Re-assessing the Archaeology of Fort George Island, Florida: 1587-2007” symposium (Clete Rooney and Rebecca Gorman, organizers) to the Southeastern Archeological Conference, Knoxville, TN.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2007  Historical Archaeology and Ozark Tourism: Hillbillies in the Natural State,. Paper presented as a part of the “The Archaeology of Tourism” symposium (Chris Matthews and Matthew Palus, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Williamsburg, VA.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Jerry E. Hilliard 2006  Remembering Frontier Fort Smith: The President or the Prioress?  Paper presented to the South Central Historical Archaeology Conference, Memphis, TN.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Jerry E. Hilliard 2006  Zachary Taylor and the Sisters of Mercy: Nineteenth Century Archaeology in Downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas.  Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Little Rock, AR.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2006  Race, Identity, Capitalism and Competing Concepts of Freedom in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century South. Paper presented as a part of the “The Political Economy of Freedom” symposium (Chris Matthews and Paul Mullins, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Sacramento, CA.

Hilliard, Jerry and Jamie C. Brandon 2006  Zachary Taylor and the Sisters of Mercy: Negotiating the Landscape of Cultural Memory in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Paper presented as a part of the “A Hidden Diversity: Historical Archaeology in the Ozark Uplands” symposium (Alicia Valentino and Carl Carlson-Drexler, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Sacramento, CA.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2005  Cultural Memory and Descendant Communities: A Look at Diverse Stakeholders, Historical Narratives and the Archaeology of the African Diaspora. Paper presented as a part of the “Dialogues in Context: Perspectives on Applied Work in African Diaspora Archaeology” symposium (Jennifer Babiarz, Matthew Palus and Mark Leone, organizers) to the American Anthropological Association meetings, Washington, DC.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2005  The Black Atlantic and African Diaspora Archaeology forum sponsored by the African Diaspora Archaeology Network (Jamie Brandon and Carol McDavid, organizers; Richard Benjamin and Jamie Brandon, moderators) at the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, York, England.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2004  Rural Landscapes in the Modern World: Historical Archaeology and Cultural Memory in the Arkansas Ozarks.  Paper presented to the joint meeting of the Midwestern Archaeological Conference and the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, St. Louis, Missouri.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2004  Industry, Race and Modernity in the Arkansas Ozarks: An Overview of the Van Winkle’s Mill Archaeological Project.  Paper presented as a part of the “Neighbors Working Together: Historical Archaeology in Arkansas” symposium (Leslie Stewart-Abernathy and Jamie C. Brandon, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, St. Louis, Missouri.

Davidson, James M., Maria Franklin and Jamie C. Brandon 2004  Remembering North Dallas/Freedman’s Town:  First steps towards Public Archaeology within an African-American Community in Dallas, Texas.  Paper presented as a part of the “Can Archaeology Save The World?  The Benefits of Public Archaeology” symposium (Jay Stottman, organizer) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, St. Louis, Missouri.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2003 An Archaeology of “Ozarkness”: Beyond Historical Tropes and Toward Lived Experience..  Paper presented as a part of the “Revisiting Rural Contexts: Dispelling Agrarian Myths in Historical Archaeology” symposium (Deborah L. Rotman and Lou Ann Worst, organizers) to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Providence, Rhode Island.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2001  Van Winkle’s Mill Revisited: A Report on Ongoing Excavations at a Late Nineteenth Century Sawmill Community in the Arkansas Ozarks.  Paper presented to the 4th annual meeting of the South Central Historical Archaeological Society, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2001  Death and the Parkin Phase: Finding “Difference” Among Mortuary Populations in Late Prehistoric Northeast Arkansas.  Paper presented to the 66th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Davidson, James M. and Jamie C. Brandon 2001  The Field of Dreams: Problematizing Urban Households in Turn-of-the-Century Dallas, Texas.  Paper presented to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Long Beach, California.

Brandon, Jamie C. 2000  Constructions of Race, Class, and Gender in Dallas, Texas, 1870-1930: Views from the Historical and Archaeological Records.  Paper presented to the 44th annual meeting of the American Studies Association of Texas, Waco, Texas.

Brandon, Jamie C., James M. Davidson and Jerry E. Hilliard 2000  Excavations at Van Hollow 1997-1999: Industry, Race and Landscape in the Ozark Upland South.  Paper presented to the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

Hilliard, Jerry E., Jamie C. Brandon and James M. Davidson 1999  The Van Winkle Mill: A Mid-19th Century Cultural Landscape in Northwest Arkansas..  Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. and R. Joe Brandon 1998  Late Prehistoric Subsistence Shifts in Eastern Arkansas: Evidence from Landscape/GIS Analysis.  Paper presented to the 55th Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Greenville, South Carolina.

Brandon, R. Joe and Jamie C. Brandon 1998  Agricultural Transitions in the Central Mississippi Valley: Considerations of GIS Data Source, Scale, and Method.  Paper presented to Union Internationale Des Sciences Prehistoriques et Protohistoriques (UISPP) Commission 4 meeting: Data Management and Mathematical Methods in Archaeology, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Starr, Mary Evelyn  and Jamie C. Brandon 1998  Investigations at the Irby Site (22DS516): The Walls phase in Northwest Mississippi.  Paper presented as a part of the “Papers in Honor of Charles H. McNutt” symposium at the 19th Mid-South Archaeological Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.

Cande, Robert F., Jamie C. Brandon, Steven M. Imhoff, Michael C. Sierzchula, and John Arnold 1997  Diversity and Function of WPA and CCC Native Stone Structures in Western Arkansas: Water Under the Bridge.  Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. 1996  CRM Survey Strategy in Archaeology: An Example from the Uwharrie National Forest, NC.  Paper presented to the Tennessee River Archaeological Society, Big Sandy, Tennessee.

Brandon, Jamie C. 1994  Fabric Impressed Ceramics in the Mid-South:  Wickliffe, Mound Bottom and the Oliver Site.Paper presented to the 15th Mid-South Archaeological Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.

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