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Staff :: Dr. Hetty Jo Brumbach

Name:
Brumbach, Dr. Hetty Jo  
Title:
Research Associate (Archaeology)
Phone:
(518) 442-4453
E-Mail:
brumbach@albany.edu
Specialties:
Archaeology and ecology. Theories of environmental adaptation: settlement and subsistence pattern study. Social archaeology. Ceramic analysis. Ethnoarchaeology: hunter-gatherer ecology and social organization, decision making. Museology: management and study of archaeological collections, museum-oriented teaching and interpretation. Archeology of gender. Areas: North American archaeology, especially Eastern United States and Canada. North American ethnology, Native peoples of Arctic and Subarctic Canada and United States
Department:
Research & Collections :: Research :: Anthropology
More Info:
http://www.albany.edu/anthro/fac/brumbach.htm


Publications(Click to Expand):
 
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Thompson, R. G., Hart, J. P., Brumbach, H. J., and Lusteck, R. 2004. Phytolith Evidence for Twentieth-Century B.P. Maize in Northern Iroquoia. Northeast Anthropology 68:25-39.

Hart, J. P., and Brumbach, H. J. 2003. The Death of Owasco. American Antiquity 68:737-752.

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Hart, J. P., R. G. Thompson, and H. J. Brumbach. 2007. Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea mays) in the Northern Finger Lakes Region of New York. In Archaeology of the Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources, edited by J.E. Kerber, pp. 93-123. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York.

Hart, J. P., and H. J. Brumbach. 2007. The Death of Owasco. In Archaeology of the Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources, edited by J.E. Kerber, pp. 67-88. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York.

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