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Term Paper Assignment 1 (Anth. 141) for Fall 2017:
1) As indicated on the syllabus, your term paper topic for this semester will involve choosing either one notable archaeological site or one important
archaeologist in the history of North American archaeology. A sign-up sheet will be passed around in class and you can declare your choice of a topic at that time.
2) In considering the content of your term paper, think about the following issues:
— Archaeological Site: What are the particulars of the site setting? Why was the site excavated (i.e., what problems were being investigated)? What kinds of
methods and techniques were used to investigate the site? What major findings resulted from the work (e.g., figuring out the chronology, reconstructing the life ways,
elucidating general culture process, solving a major scientific problem, etc.)? Why is the site significant in understanding the evolution of culture in North America?
What questions does the site pose for the conduct of future work?
— Archaeologist: What is the archaeologist’s background (you could give a short biographical sketch of early interests and influences, social and educational
background, professional training, job positions held, significant lifetime achievements, major awards, etc.)? What was the intellectual or theoretical climate in
which the archaeologist worked? What research is the archaeologist best known for? What influences did the archaeologist have on succeeding generations of students (as
a teacher or mentor), or on the development of archaeology in general? What lessons can you draw from the archaeologist about the planning of your own career, be it in
anthropology or another discipline?
3) The paper will be at least ten pages long. It will consist of a cover page, 10 to 11 pages of text, and a few pages of cited references. You should consult and
list at least ten references (you cannot use our main text, an encyclopedia, a dictionary, or Wikipedia as one of the 10 required sources). I request that you use
primary sources, i.e., that you make an honest attempt to get original source materials rather than second-hand treatments. You may access second-hand sources (like
the internet or newspapers) to help you better understand the subject matter, but it is preferable to cite original works in the paper. It is acceptable to use online
journal references (or any other sources published verbatim online with the original page numbers).
4) Papers must be turned in as hard copy, either in class or at my office (e-mailed papers will not be accepted). Late papers (those turned in after the due date) will
lose 30 percent of the grade up front. A paper more than one week late will not be accepted. Use your own words in writing the paper (plagiarism will result in a zero
grade).

Formatting Requirements for the Term Paper (Anth. 141):
1) Margins: 1.5″ on left; 1″ on top, right, and bottom
2) Main Body of Text: Double-spaced
3) Fonts: 10 or 12 size (12 is standard); please use Times font style (use same font style and size throughout)
4) Paper will consist of a Cover Page (1), Text Pages (10 minimum), and References Cited Page(s) (a minimum of 10 references—you cannot use your main text as one of those 10)
5) Items on Cover Page: — Title of Paper (3 double spaces down from top margin; all caps; centered)– by (6 double spaces down from title; lower-case letters; centered)– Name (1 double space down from by; centered)– 4 lines of information in lower right-hand corner of cover page (as below)Anthropology 1410900-0950 MWFInstructor: Walter A. Dodd, Ph.D.November 20, 2016the above four lines are left-justified (i.e., aligned on their left side)
6) First Page of Text: Title is repeated exactly as it appears on cover page (centered, all caps, but at top margin of page one).
7) There is no page number on the first page of text. All subsequent pages of text are numbered either top center, top right, bottom center, or bottom right. Page numbers never go along the left margin.
8) The first line of each paragraph in the paper is indented (no blocking of paragraphs).
9) The opening paragraph of the paper starts 2 double spaces below the paper title on the first page of text.
10) The paper should have one paragraph as an introduction (summary of the problem, what will be covered, possible hint at the conclusions, etc.). The ensuing parts of the paper should be organized coherently by using subheadings to separate major sections of the paper. There should be a logical flow between major sections of the paper (evidenced both in thought and words). The paper should be well thought out in its organization, rather than merely put together haphazardly (use the subheadings to give it organization). The text should be ended with a short Conclusion or Summary section.
11) Subheadings are placed against the left margin. Use initial caps only in words of the subheading (articles such as “a” or “the,” or prepositions such as “from” or “to” can be lower case; the only exception is when they start the subheading, in which case they are capitalized). Place a new subheading 2 double spaces down from the end of a prior paragraph, and
then start the next paragraph 1 double space down from the subheading. Subheadings can be bolded or underlined (not both), but whichever one you choose, be consistent
in its use. If you make subheadings bold, you must make the title bold also.
12) All references mentioned in the text of the paper have to be properly cited on a References Cited page that follows the main text. You can put the References Cited heading right at the top margin of the page, then come down two double spaces to begin listing your sources.
13) All references listed in the back of the paper must be listed alphabetically by surname, and followed by date of publication, and specific reference material. Entries can be single-spaced, with a double-space between entries.

14) Examples of different kinds of references cited (hypothetical):
Linden, David J.2009 The Accidental Mind: How Brain Evolution Has Given Us Love, Memory, Dreams, and God. Cambridge (MA): Belknap Press. [example of book title]
Anonymousn.d. The concept of trait transmission in chimps. MS. [example of ref where there is no author listed, no date of publication, and it is a manuscript—avoid such refs if possible]
Camonille, Priscilla2001 Development of Genetic Theory During the 1970s. Journal of Modern Genetics 13(2):43-47. [a journal article]2002 The Not So Selfish Meme. Memetics Today 6(3):2-5. [example of more than one ref by same author]
Davou, Mara2008 Great Ape Connections. In New Concepts in Genetic Science, R. G. Matson and D. D. Gish, eds., pp. 54-65. Paris: Mouflon Publishers. [example of article in a book]
Robertson, Marie2001 The Dog-on-the-Leash Principle. <http://www.memetheory.org> [internet ref. example]
Zeta, Humberto1999a Imitative Behaviors. Boston: Houghton-Miflin. [example of refs by 1 author in same yr]1999b Is the Bonobo Unique? San Francisco: Academic Publishing House.
15) References must be listed in the text in order to show where you got your information. Generally, it is done by putting the source in parentheses. For example: “Davou (2001) identifies the brain as the chief area where memes reside.” If you give very specific information from a source, such as numerical figures or very specific knowledge from a reference, you must
give the page numbers where it is found. If you are merely summarizing the main conclusion from an entire reference, then you do not need to give specific page
numbers.
16) If you give a citation that is a direct quote, you must follow it with the author’s name, date of publication, and page numbers. For example: Robertson says
that, “Traits are permanently tied to genes and can never operate independently of them” (2001:13-14). Use quotes sparingly (short ones, and no more than 10 total).
17) If you use figures in your paper, they must be numbered and captioned. If they are adapted from another source, then you must state that source. Figures do not
count as pages of text. You can also use endnotes if you so desire (but I would suggest leaving them out for a paper of this short length). And please do not use
footnotes.
18) The final paper can be stapled in the upper left-hand corner. Please do not use paper clips to bind a paper, as they usually come apart. It is also unnecessary
to bind the paper in a folder (simply stapled will do).
19) After submission, the paper will be graded according to the university scoring guide that we discussed on the first day of class. You will receive feedback on
your writing. I will make red notations in the body of your paper, and I will also staple a grading sheet to the back of your paper with suggestions for improvement.

 

NORTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES

 

Adena
African Burial Ground
Arlington Springs
Aucilla River (Page-Ladson)
Aztalan Mounds
Bat Cave
Betatakin / Keet Seel
Black Earth
Blackwater Draw
Blythe Intaglios
Bonfire Shelter
Boylston Street Fish Weir
Buttermilk Creek
Cahokia
Calico
Canyon de Chelly
Cape Denbigh (Iyatayet)
Cape Krusenstern
Casa Grande
Casas Grandes
Cerro de Trincheras
Cerruti Mastodon
Chaco Canyon (Pueblo Bonito)
Chaw’se
Crystal River
Danger Cave
Dickson Mounds
Effigy Mounds
Emeryville Shell Mound
Etowah
Fajada Butte
Five Finger Ridge
Folsom
Fort Rock Cave
Gatecliff Shelter
Gault
Gila Cliff Dwellings
Grasshopper
Gypsum Cave
Head Smashed In
Hidden Cave
Hinds Cave
Hiwassee Island
Hogup Cave
Hoko River
Hopewell Mound
Horseshoe (Barrier) Canyon
Icehouse Bottom
Indian Knoll
Ipiutak
Irene Mounds
Keatley Creek
Kennewick
Key Marco
Knife River
Kolomoki
Koster
Lamoka Lake
L’Anse aux Meadows
La Playa
Lindenmeier
Little Salt Spring
Mammoth Cave
Marmes RS
Medicine Wheel
Mesa Verde (Cliff Palace)
Meadowcroft RS
Miami Circle
Modoc RS
Mound City
Moundville
Mountaineer
Mount Royal
Mummy Cave
Namu
Nanih Waiya
Newark Mound
Ocmulgee
Olsen-Chubbock
Onion Portage
On Your Knees Cave
Ozette
Paisley Caves
Pecos Pueblo
Pendejo Cave
Pender Canal
Pinto Basin
Port au Choix
Poverty Point
Pueblo Grande
Qeqertassusak
Rivanna River Mound
Rose Spring
Russell Cave
Sapelo Shell Rings
Serpent Mound
Shabikeschee Village
Skyrocket
Snaketown
Spiro Mounds (Craig Mound)
Stallings Island
Tequesta Village
Thunderbird
Toltec Mounds
Topper
Triquet Island
Tularosa Cave
Tunacunnhee
Tyounyi
Ventana Cave
Weeden Island
Windover
Wright Mound

 

NORTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGISTS

Charles Conrad Abbott
James M. Adovasio
Robert Ascher
Caleb Atwater
Adolph F. A. Bandelier
Robert E. Bell
Robert L. Bettinger
Lewis R. Binford
Daniel G. Brinton
Joseph R. Caldwell
Faye-Cooper Cole
Henry B. Collins
Margaret Conkey
Don Crabtree
Luther S. Cressman
Dale R. Croes
Byron S. Cummings
Frank Hamilton Cushing
Richard D. Daugherty
Kathleen A. Deagan
James Deetz
Andrew Ellicott Douglass
Robert C. Dunnell
Charles C. DiPeso
Charles H. Fairbanks
Jesse Walter Fewkes
Jesse D. Figgins
William W. Fitzhugh
James A. Ford
George C. Frison
Gayle J. Fritz
Roald H. Fryxell
J. Louis Giddings
Harold S. Gladwin
Lynne Goldstein
Albert C. Goodyear
Donald K. Grayson
James B. Griffin
Mark R. Harrington
Emil W. Haury
Brian Hayden
Julian D. Hayden
C. Vance Haynes
Robert F. Heizer
Edgar Lee Hewett
James N. Hill
Frederick Webb Hodge
Preston Holder
William Henry Holmes
Helge M. Ingstad / Anne Stine Moe Ingstad
Cynthia Irwin-Williams
Thomas Jefferson
Jesse D. Jennings
Neil M. Judd
Alice B. Kehoe
J. Charles Kelley
Arthur Randolph Kelly
Robert L. Kelly
Alfred Vincent Kidder
Clyde K. M. Kluckhohn
Alfred L. Kroeber
Stephen H. Lekson
Madeline Kneberg Lewis
Willard F. Libby
William A. Longacre
Richard S. MacNeish
Paul S. (Sidney) Martin
Therkel Mathiassen
W. C. McKern
Clement W. Meighan
David J. Meltzer
Jerald T. Milanich
Clarence B. Moore
Warren K. Moorehead
Earl Morris
Dan F. Morse
William Mulloy
Nels C. Nelson
Michael J. O’Brien / R. Lee Lyman
Arthur C. Parker
Timothy R. Pauketat
George H. Pepper
Stephen Plog / Fred Plog
Frederic Ward Putnam
William A. Ritchie
Frank H. H. Roberts
Malcolm J. Rogers
Michael B. Schiffer
Janet D. Spector
Leslie Spier
Ephraim G. Squier / Edwin H. Davis
Julian H. Steward
William Duncan Strong
Stuart M. Struever
Walter W. Taylor
Cyrus Thomas
David Hurst Thomas
Bruce G. Trigger
James A. Tuck
Max Uhle
Ernest Volk
Antonio J. Waring
Joe E. Watkins
Patty Jo Watson
Clarence H. Webb
Waldo R. Wedel
D. Fred Wendorf
Richard Wetherill
Joe Ben Wheat
Leslie A. White
Gordon R. Willey
H. Marie Wormington

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