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Daniel Mazeau

CRSP Principal Investigator
518-408-1772

M.A., Anthropology, 2000, University at Buffalo
B.A. Anthropology, 1998, University at Albany

Prehistoric archaeology of Northeast U.S., lithic analysis, settlement patterns and landscape systems, socioeconomic anthropology, sociopolitical systems and structure, and coastal archaeology and adaptation.

Current CRSP Projects:

  • Data Recovery of the Engels Farm site, Colonie, New York. 
  • Data Recovery of the Papscanee Creek Site 3, East Greenbush, New York.
  • Archaeological Monitoring of the Rehabilitation of NYS Route 4, Hudson Falls, New York.

Current Research Projects:

  • Lithic resource exploitation and tool production in Southern New York (with Sean Higgins).
  • Pre-contact settlement patterns on Long Island, New York.
  • History of Long Island Archaeology.
  • Settlement patterns and lithic economy in the upper Hudson River Valley

Publications

2010
Hutson, S.R., Dahlin, B., Mazeau, D.E., 2010. Commerce and Cooperation among the Classic Maya: The Chunchucmil Case, in: Marshall, R.C. (Ed.), Cooperation In Economy And Society. Altamira Press, New York, pp. 81-103.
2009
2008
Hutson, S.R., Hixson, D., Magnoni, A., Mazeau, D.E., Dahlin, B., 2008. Site and Community at Chunchucmil and Ancient Maya Urban Centers. Journal of Field Archaeology 33, 19-40. doi:10.1179/009346908791071439