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Jennifer Haney

Jennifer Haney

Ph.D. Student, Anthropology

312 Carpenter Building
University Park , PA 16802

Education:

  1. 1993 B.A., Indiana State University (Anthropology)
  2. 2001 M.A., Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (Anthropology)
  3. Ph.D. Student, Anthropology, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

Biography:

Research Interests:

I am an archaeologist currently pursuing a doctoral degree specializing in Paleoethnobotany.While this specialty allows me to participate in topical environmental research, my interests are more broadly based in the use of natual resources. In particular, I am interested in the maintenance of anthropogenic environments associated with subsistence economies, plant domestication, resource choices, and issues of sustainability. Additional research interests include textile and pottery technology.

My dissertation work will focus on the human ecology of Neotropical populations.

 

Field Work:

My recent archaeological field work has been in eastern North America with various Cultural Resource Management institutions

 

Selected Reports:

2009

Haney, Jennifer M.

(Draft) Big Branch Fan (23CK302) Ceramic Analysis. In Archaeological Investigations within the Proposed U.S. 61 Corridor North of Canton in Lewis and Clark Counties, Missouri (Job Numbers J3P0424B and J3P0423B). Volume V: Excavations at the Berhorst and Big Branch Fan Sites. Contract Publication Series 07-040.05. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

Haney, Jennifer M.

Fabric Analysis for Site 15SC292. In Bioarchaeological Investigations of an African-American Cemetery (15SC292) at the Ward Hall Development Property,, Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky, by Alexandra D. Bybee. Contract Publication Series 08-033. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

Bonzani, Renée M. and Jennifer M. Haney

(Draft) Historic Botanical Materials Recovered. In Phase II Archaeological Assessment of Sites 12D506, 12D567, 12D569, 12D570, 12D578, 12D579, 12D580, 12D582, 12D583, 12D585, and 12D586 in Dearborn County, Indiana, by Jennifer L. Barber et al. Publication Series 06-185. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2007

Bonzani, Renée M. and Jennifer M. Haney

Chapter 11: Botanical Material Recovered. In Phase II Archaeological Assessment of Localities B, E, F, G, H, I, J, M, N, O and P at the Keller Site (12D509), in Dearborn County, Indiana, by Vera E. Morgan, Steven D. Creasman, and Paul D. Bundy et al. Publication Series 07-152. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

Haney, Jennifer M., Jennifer M. Faberson, and Frederick H. Banschbach

An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Barlow and Ball Homes’ Ward Hall Development in Scott County, Kentucky. Publication Series 07-106. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2005

Haney, Jennifer M.

Ceramic Analysis. In Geoarchaeological Survey and Archaeological Testing within the Proposed US 61 Corridor South of Wayland in Clark County, Missouri (Job No. J3P0424B), by Andrew V. Martin et al. Publication Series 05-111. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

Haney, Jennifer M.

Historic Artifact Analysis. In An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed KY-313 Realignment and The Phase II National Register Evaluations of Sites 15Md434, 15Md438, and 15Md440 in Meade County, Kentucky (Item No. 4-297.00), by Jason M. Anderson et al. Publication Series 05-025. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.

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