Posters Presented at Professional Conferences
Welcome to our archive of poster presentations! At professional conferences, archaeologists present research findings in several ways, usually through spoken papers and posters.
In March 2017, we organized a poster session bringing together researchers from the five archaeological field schools currently taking place in the Upper Gila and Mimbres areas.
“Salvage Excavation: NMSU Summer Field Project at the South Diamond Creek Pueblo in the Northern Mimbres Region,” By Fumi Arakawa and Trevor Lea. Click to download as a PDF.
“Just Beneath the Surface: Unexpected Results from a Disturbed Salado Site,” by Conner Awayda and Leslie Aragon. Click to download as a PDF.
“Subconscious Expressions of Identity in Lithic Debitage: Migrant Communities in the American Southwest,” by Peter Babala and Jay S. Reti. Click to download as a PDF.
“Modeling the Introduction of Brown Ware and Red Ware in the Mogollon Early Pithouse Period,” by Lori Barkwill Love. Supplemental dating information is available from Barkwill Love. Click to download as a PDF.
“More or Less Coalesced: Salado Settlements in the Upper Gila,” by Jeffery J. Clark, Katherine A. Dungan, and Leslie D. Aragon. Click to download as a PDF.
“The Reserve Area Archaeological Project,” by Emily D. Trautwein, Michele L. Koons, Deborah L. Huntley, and Stephen E. Nash. Click to download as a PDF.
“Salado Period Occupation and Settlement Patterns in the Duncan/York Valley of the Upper Gila River Region,” by Kristin Corl, Jon Roney, Mary Wisenhunt, and Robert Hard.
“Religion, Violence, and Ethnogenesis in Colonial New Mexico, 1539-1696,” by Patric Depret-Guillaume.
“Tool-Stone Procurement Patterns in the Northern Mimbres Region: Analysis of Flaked Stone Debitage and Stone Tools from Twin Pines Village (LA 75947), Catron County, New Mexico,” by Paul A. Duran. Click to download as a PDF.
“Chasing Tlaloc and Dragonflies in the Mimbres Valley: An Analysis of Ceramic Motif Distributions,” by Danielle M. Romero, Barbara Roth, and Darrell Creel. Click to download as a PDF.
“A Natural and Unnatural History of Faunal Change in Southwestern New Mexico since AD 500,” by Karen Gust Schollmeyer and S.O. MacDonald. View image credits here. Click to download as a PDF here.
In January 2016, several of our 2015 Preservation Archaeology Field School alumni presented research posters at the 15th Biennial Southwest Symposium. Click on each to expand.
“Cultural Coalescence and the Archaeological Record as Seen Through the Salado Phenomenon,” by Alexander Ballesteros (Northern Arizona University), Dushyant Naresh (Vassar College), and Jeffery Clark (Archaeology Southwest). Click to download this poster as a PDF.
Read all of the 2015 SAA “New Perspectives on ‘Salado’” session abstracts here (opens as a PDF). This poster session brought together archaeologists from several different institutions to present their perspectives on various aspects of Salado archaeology. It also included several of our former Preservation Archaeology Field School students, thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates program.
“Ground Stone as a Migration Marker: Using Finger-Grooved Manos and Fully Grooved Axe-Heads to Trace Kayenta Influence at Salado Sites,” by Maxwell Forton. Click to download this poster as a PDF.