The Richter Site (47DR80): A Millennium of Prehistoric Technological and Cultural Change on Washington Island, Door County, Wisconsin (PhD, 2017). Advisor: J.
Mother Bright the Henna: K’na Gecesi and Fragmented Imaginations of the Nation-State
(MS, 2017). Advisor: T. Heatherington.
Cultural Constructions of Nature: Animal Representations and Use in Early Iron Age Southeastern Slovenia (PhD, 2017). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Production and Technological Change: Ironworking in Prehistoric Ireland (PhD, 2017).
Advisor: B. Arnold.
Shifting Ground: Rethinking Concepts of Continuity and Change in Late Iron Age and Early Roman Landscapes of Southern England (PhD, 2017). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Variation in Stress among Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) at Different Stages of Rehabilitation in South Africa (MS, 2017). Advisor: T. Turner
Melita in Milwaukee: The Milwaukee Public Museum’s Leopardi Collection (MS,
2017). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Rules of the House: Strategy. Tactic, and Violence in One World by Night, World of Darkness, Live-Action Role-Play Games (MS, 2017). Advisor: T. Malaby.
The Saints Peter and Paul Parish and the Milwaukee County Poor Farm: A Comparative Osteological Analysis Between Two Historic Cemeteries in Wisconsin (MS, 2017). Advisor: R. Jeske.
“It’s My Job to Keep Punk Rock Elite”, Information and Secrecy in the Chicago DIY Punk Music Scene (MS, 2016). Advisor: W. Wood.
Gender Reflections: A Reconsideration of Pictish Mirror and Comb Symbols (MS, 2016). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Consumerism and Ceramics at the Stephen Field Farmstead, Walworth County, Wisconsin (MS, 2016) Advisor: P. Richards.
Babies and Biomedicine: Knowledge System Negotiation in the Domain of Infant Care (MS, 2016). Advisor: B. Campbell.
Captive Chimpanzee Group and Individual Space Use in a Naturalistic Enclosure (MS, 2016). Advisor: T. Turner.
Nobi Ni-Tse’tse’ede (House on the Cold One): Hunter-gatherer Household Archaeology and Climate Change, Harney County, Oregon (PhD, 2016). Advisor: J. Hudson.
Late Paleo-Indian Period Lithic Economics, Mobility, and Group Organization in Wisconsin (PhD, 2016). Advisor: R. Jeske.
The Prehistoric Economics of the Kautz Site: A Late Archaic and Woodland Site in Northeastern Illinois (MS, 2016). Advisor: R. Jeske.
The New Orleans Festival Arts Community: Embodying Culture, Performing Afrocentric Identity (MS, 2016). Advisor: W. Wood.
Land Use Analysis of the Milwaukee County Institutional Grounds: A Chronological and Spatial Depiction of Cultural Change (MS, 2016). Advisor: P. Richards.
Islands in the Making: National Investment and the Cultural Imagination in Taiwan (PhD, 2016). Advisor: T. Malaby.
Configuring the Qualification of Good Coffee: An Ethnography on the Specialty Coffee Industry in Milwaukee (MS, 2016). Advisor: T. Heatherington.
The Cambria Connection: Identifying Ceremic Production and Community Interaction in Late Prehistoric Minnesota, A.D. 1050-130 (PhD, 2016). Advisor: J. Richards.
Regional Perspective of Recuay Mortuary Practices: A View from the Hinterlands, Callegon de Huaylas, Peru (MS, 2016). Advisor: J. Hudson.
Investigating the Functions of Copper Material Culture from Four Oneota Sites in the Lake Koshkonong Locality of Wisconsin (MS, 2016). Advisor: R. Jeske.
To Temper or Not to Temper: A Petrographic Textual Study of Clays and Formative Ceramic Sherds from the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico (MS, 2016). Advisor: J. Sherman.
Powell Mound, Titterington, and the Cahokia Ceramic Collection at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2016). Advisor: J. Richards.
Death Keeps No Calendar: Dating Mortuary Hardware from the Saints Peter and Paul Parish Church Cemetery (MS, 2016). Advisor: P. Richards.
Entheses and Activities: The Multivariate Mechanisms of Entheseal Change for Individuals Represented by the 2013 Excavations of the Milwaukee County Institutional Grounds Cemetery (MS, 2016). Advisor: F. Anapol.
Late Prehistoric Lithic Economies in the Prairie Peninsula: A Comparison of Oneota and Langford in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois (MS, 2016). Advisor: R. Jeske.
The New Pulpit: Museums, Authority, and the Cultural Reproduction of Young-Earth Creationism (PhD, 2015). Advisor: B. Campbell.
Bluma, Jacquelyn I.
Incorporating the Skeletal Remains in Two German Lutheran Cemeteries into the surrounding Immigrant Population of Mequon, Wisconsin (MS, 2015). Advisor: P. Richards.
A Partial Reading of the Stones: A Comparative Analysis of Irish and Scottish Ogham Pillar Stones (MS, 2015). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Enlightening the Bats: Sound and Place Making in Burmese Buddhist Practice (MS, 2015). Advisor: I. Jordt.
Distinguishing Venereal Syphilis from other Treponenal Infections on the Human Skeleton (MS, 2015) Advisor: F. Anapol.
Collecting in Context: A Study of the Milwaukee Public Museum’s French Paleolithic Faunal Collection (MS, 2015). Advisor: J. Hudson.
A Preliminary Museological Analysis of the Milwaukee Public Museum’s Euphrates Valley Expedition Metal Collection (MS, 2015). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Mentally Disordered or Culturally Displaced? How the PTSD Label Transforms Personhood in U.S. Military Veterans (PhD, 2015). Advisor: P. Brodwin.
Welfare Queens to Childcare Queens: The Political Economy of Low-income Childcare (PhD, 2015). Advisor: E. Bornstein.
Food (In)Security: Provisioning Strategies in a Northern Wisconsin Town (MS, 2015). Advisor: T. Heatherington.
Defining Genocide: A Biological Perspective of Mass Burials in Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina (MS, 2015). Advisor: F. Anapol.
Forgotten Sherds: Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics from the Riverside Site (20ME01), Michigan (MS, 2015). Advisor: J. Richards.
The Sickle’s Edge: An Experimental Use-wear Approach to Investigating Sickle Deposition in Bronze Age Europe (MS, 2015). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Re-examined and Re-defined: An Exploration and Comparative Analysis of Moche Ceramic Vessels in the Milwaukee Public Museum Collections (MS, 2015). Advisor: J. Hudson.
Charles Rau’s Swiss Lake Dwelling Collection at the Smithsonian Institution (MS, 2015). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Head and Shoulders above the Rest: Birch-Bark Hats and Elite Status in Iron Age Europe (MS, 2015). Advisor: B. Arnold.
Onoeta Ceramic Production and Exchange: Social, Economic, and Political Interactions in Eastern Wisconsin between A.D. 1050 – 1400 (PhD, 2015). Advisor: R. Jeske.
Vertebrate Evidence for Diet and Food-Processing at the Multicomponent Finch Site (47-Je-0902) in Jefferson County, Southeastern Wisconsin (MS, 2015). Advisor: J. Hudson.
Molecular Identification of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in the Milwaukee County Institution Grounds Cemetery (MS, 2015). Advisor: P. Richards.
Fire on the Mountain: The Bronze and Iron Alpine Ash Altar Material in the Frankfurth Collection at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2014). Advisor: Arnold
Putting the Dead on Display: An Exploration of Visitor Perceptions and Motivations Regarding Preserved Human Remains in Museums with Particular Emphasis on the Museo de las Momias de Guanajuato and Body Worlds & the Cycle of Life (MS, 2014). Advisor: Villamil
Investigating Sociopolitical Complexity through the Presentation of Food: An Analysis of Middle to Late Formative Ceramics from Amalucan, Puebla, Mexico (MS, 2014). Advisor: Sherman
The Razor’s Edge: Constructing Male Identity in Bronze and Iron Age Northern Europe (MS, 2014). Advisor: Arnold
Understanding Use and Fuction: An Intrasite Comparative Analysis of the 2011 UWM Aztalan Ceramic Assemblage (MS, 2014). Advisor: J. Richards
An Intra-Site Spatial Analysis of Selected Faunal Remains from the Aztalan Site (47JE01) (MS, 2014). Advisor: Hudson
Historiographical and Archaeological Study of the M. S. Thomson Collection at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2014). Advisor: Sherman
The Implications of Content Analysis for the Interpretation of Unguentaria in Museum Collections (MS, 2014). Advisor: Arnold
Andean Archaeological Featherwork at the Milwaukee Public Museum: A Case Study in Researching Potential Context for Limited-Provenience Artifacts (MS, 2014). Advisor: Hudson
Colonial Contacts and Individual Burials: Structure, Agency, and Identity in 19th Century Wisconsin (MS, 2014). Advisor: P. Richards
Do No Harm: Prescription Abuse and the Paraprofessionalism of Pharmacists (MS, 2013). Advisor: Brodwin
An Anthropological Investigation of the Dynamic Human-Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus aethiops sabaeus) Interface in St. Kitts, West Indies (PhD, 2013). Advisor: Turner
Oral History and Archaeology of the Keith’s Siding Site (MS, 2013). Advisor: P. Richards
“Democracy” in a Virtual World: Eve Online’s Council of Stellar Management and the Power of Influence (MS, 2013). Advisor: Malaby
Vessel Form and Function in the Ceramic Assemblages from Bilbao and Santa Lucia Cotzumalhuapa, Guatemala (MS, 2013). Advisor: Sherman
Maasai Identity in the 21st Century (MS, 2013). Advisor: Ajirotutu
“The Ruins and Us Go Together”: The Neoliberal Challenge to Archaeological Heritage and Patrimony in Mexico (PhD, 2013). Advisor: P. Richards
Historic Museum Collections as Primary Sources: Thomas Wilson’s Robenhausen Material at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History (MS, 2013). Advisor: Arnold
Faunal Subsistence Strategies Among Initial Period Coastal Fishers at the Gramalote Site in the Moche Valley of Peru (MS, 2013). Advisor: Hudson
Northern Flint, Southern Root: A Diachronic Analysis of Paleoethnobotanical Remains and Maize Race at the Aztalan Site (47-JE-0001) (MS, 2013). Advisor: J. Richards
Frustration and Creativity: Environmentalism in the Republic of Moldova (PhD, 2013). Advisor: Heatherington
Medicina Del Barrio: Shadow Medicine among Milwaukee’s Latino Community (PhD, 2013). Advisor: Heatherington
Brick by Brick: A Comparative Analysis of Brickworks and Structures in the Belgian-American Community of the Door Peninsula (MS, 2013). Advisor: P. Richards
The Construction of a Mound and a New Community: An Analysis of the Ceramic and Feature Assemblages from the Northeast Mound at the Aztalan Site (MS, 2013). Advisor: J. Richards
Material Expressions of Social Change: Indigenous Sicilian Responses to External Influences in the First Millennium B.C. (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Arnold
Boor, Jocelyn E.
Pots to People: The Tell Hadidi Ceramics from Area C at the Milwaukee Public Museum (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Arnold
Effigy Mounds, Social Identity, and Ceramic Technology: Decorative Style, Clay Composition, and Petrography of Wisconsin Late Woodland Ceramic Vessels (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Jeske
Danzy, Jennifer L.
Sociosexual Communication and Female Mate Choice among South African Vervet Monkeys (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Turner
Fritsch, Andrea D.
Generating Legitimate Authority in Water Initiative Planning: Watershed Restoration and Urban River Corridor Redevelopment (MS, 2012). Advisor: Applbaum
Hormonal and Morphological Aspects of Growth and Sexual Maturation in Wild-Caught Male Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops pygerythrus) (MS, 2012). Advisor: Turner
Herron, Ciera M.
An Osteological and Ceramic Analysis of the 18 Mile Point Site, Santa Rosa, Florida (MS, 2012). Advisor: P. Richards
The Promise and Potential in Generating Models of Prehistoric Clay Resources using Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescensce (MS, 2012). Advisor: J. Richards
Never Put Your Head Down Unless You Pray: The Stories of African American Men in the Wisconsin Prison System (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Gray
Meskwaki Fur Trade Economics: The Zooarchaeology of Cultural Contact (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Hudson
Lindsay, Patrick A.
Conjuntures Contrived: The Constant Re-Identification of Glasgow Rangers Fans (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Malaby
The Poetics and Politics of Ivory Collecting and Display at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2012). Advisor: Wood
O’Brien, Erin E.
Selling an Organic Experience: Exploring the Interface between Hmong and Non-Hmong Farmers and their Customers at Two Wisconsin Farmers’ Markets (MS, 2012). Advisor: Jordt
Schaub, Donald C.
“Helpers of Each Other”: Collective Purpose Volunteers at a Faith-Based Ministry Mentor to Formerly Incarcerated Individuals (MS, 2012). Advisor: Applbaum
Sharpless, Megan S.
The Archaeology of Working-class Children in the Nineteenth Century in New York’s Five Points Neighborhood and Paterson, New Jersey (MS, 2012). Advisor: J. Richards
Sterner, Katherine M.
Oneota Lithics: A Use-wear Analysis of the Crescent Bay Hunt Club Assemblage from the 2004 Excavations (MS, 2012). Advisor: Jeske
In the Shadow of the Penon: A Zooarchaeological Study of Formative Diet, Economy, and Sociopolitics in the Rio Pukara Valley, Peru (PhD, 2012). Advisor: Hudson
Wawrzyniak, Andrea M.
Connecting to Community: Polania and the Polish Museum of America (MS, 2012). Advisor: Heatherington
Zanskas, Michelle C.
Lasting Impressions: Museum Visits and Bonding Between Care Receivers with Dementia and their Caregivers (MS, 2012). Advisor: Perley
Caywood, Alyssa M.
The Choice of Legions: The Terra Sigillata Collection at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2011). Advisor: Arnold
Dybowski, Daniel G.
The Analytical Limits of 19th Century Lithic Collections in Identifying Variation and Lithic Variability in Thirteen French Paleolithic Assemblages from the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2011). Advisor: Jeske
Farley, Ned W.
The Garden Archaeology of Frontier Cemeteries: An Archaeological Survey of the Mount Hope Cemetery Group (Walworth County, Wisconsin) (PhD, 2011). Advisor: P. Richards
Foley Winkler, Kathleen M.
Oneota and Langford Mortuary Practices from Eastern Wisconsin and Northeast Illinois (PhD, 2011). Advisor: Jeske
Freire, Shannon K.
Wormian Bones: A Reliability Study of Methods for Scoring a Non-metric Human Oesteological Trait (MS, 2011). Advisor: P. Richards
Jones, Catherine R.
Hope Dies Last: Applying Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy to the Elemental Analysis of Human Bone (MS, 2011). Advisor: P. Richards
Cultural Representations and Museums: The Construction of Ethnic Identity in Chicago’s Chinatown (PhD, 2011). Advisor: Brodwin
Oestreich, Rebecca L.
Commemoration and Memory in the Museum (MS, 2011). Advisor: Washabaugh
Transcending Gender: Experiences and Perceptions of Gender Transition (PhD, 2011). Advisor: Jordt
Nemetz, Brenda S.
An Examination of Authenticity in Performance and Narrative within the Midwestern Ghost Tour (MS, 2011). Advisor: Washabaugh
Ross, Katherine R.
Counting the Discounted: A Preliminary Zooarchaeological Study of Swiss Lake-Dwelling Collections in Two U.S. Museums (MS, 2011). Advisor: Hudson
Schulenburg, Marcus A.
Ceramic Analysis in the Upper Miami Valley: Using Clay Sourcing to Determine Intraregional Contact (MS, 2011). Advisor: Jeske
Fashion and Indentity in Post-Socialist Slovakia (PhD, 2011). Advisor: Applbaum
Schutte, Michele L.
Evidence of Trauma Resulting from Vehicular Impacts Present Among Individuals in the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery Collection (MS, 2011). Advisor: P. Richards
Winkler, Daniel M.
Plainview Lithic Technology and the Late Paleoindian Social Organization in the Western Great Lakes (PhD, 2011). Advisor: Jeske
Bloedorn, Andrew L.
A Ceramic Analysis for the Shrake-Gilles Village: An Oneota Habitation Site in Trempealeau, Wisconsin (MS, 2010). Advisor: J. Richards
Dalstrom, Matthew D.
The Medical Migration in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands (PhD, 2010). Advisor: Brodwin
Edwards, Richard Wynn IV
Oneota Settlement Patterns around Lake Koskonong in Southeast Wisconsin: An Environmental Catchment Analysis using GIS Modeling (MS, 2010). Advisor: Jeske
Gender, Domestic Space and Temporality in Late Iron Age and Early Roman Dorset (MS, 2010). Advisor: Arnold
Vertebrate Resource Utilization at the McCauley Site (47-WN-222): Impacts of the Fur Trade on Subsistence & Seasonality in Eastern Wisconsin (MS, 2010). Advisor: Hudson
Hassman, Monique D.
Planting Place and Purpose in Milwaukee: An Ethnography of Localizing Urban Agriculture (MS, 2010). Advisor: Ajirotutu
Haugen, Carrie J.
Autonomy Ideas and Ideals: Medical Decision Making with Community Based Human Services for Adults with Developmental Disabilities (MS, 2010). Advisor: Brodwin
Hopper, Jessica L.
Where Saints and Souls Meet: An Examination of the Intersections of Life and Death in Gozo, Malta (MS, 2010). Advisor: Malaby
Lemke, Andrea A.
The Associations between Allomothering and Oxytocin: Examining Females with and without Exposure to Children (MS, 2010). Advisor: Campbell
Moss, James D.
Intrasite Feature Analysis of the Crescent Bay Hunt Club Site (47JE904), An Oneota Site in Southeastern Wisconsin (MS, 2010). Advisor: Jeske
Pampush, James D.
Human Food Access and it Effects on South African Vervet Body Mass (MS, 2010). Advisor: Turner
Pierson, Alisa A.
Exhibiting Indo-America: Representation and the Construction of Ethnic Identity at the Indo-American Heritage Site (MS, 2010). Advisor: Bornstein
Reddy, Alexandra J.
Use of Gesture by Great Ape Mother-offspring Dyads: A Comparative Analysis of Captive Populations of Bonobos, Orangutans, and Gorillas (MS, 2010). Advisor: Turner
Skeletal Analysis of the Remains of Juveniles from the Milwaukee County Institutional Grounds Poor Farm Cemetery, 1880-1920, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin (MS, 2010): Advisor: P. Richards
Thao, Phillipe N.
Proprietors without a Spiritual Pillar: The Search for Revitalization among the Hmong in the Midwestern United States (PhD, 2010). Advisor: Jordt
Van Devender, Martha N.
Shelf Life: Anthropological Reflections on African Collection Development (MS, 2010). Advisor: Perley
Vang, Mai Nhia
The Good Wife: A Study of Hmong American Women’s Transient Status and their Experiences in the Formal Hmong Marriage and Divorce Process (MS, 2010). Advisor: Brodwin
Zellmer, Laura Jean
Oxytocin, Vasopressin and Dominance Rank in a Large Captive Group of Bonobos (Pan paniscus) (MS, 2010). Advisor: Turner
Zweig, Christina L.
The Formative Ceramic Figure Collection from the Site of Cahal Pech, Belize (MS, 2010). Advisor: Sherman
Barone, Lindsay M.
Digit Ratio (2D:4D) and Ponderal Index as Predictors of Half-Marathon Performance (MS, 2009). Advisor: Campbell
Dosemagen, Shannon M.
Performing Politics in Milwaukee: An Ethnography of Hip Hop Appropriation (MS, 2009). Advisor: Bornstein
Esche-Eiff, Karen M.
Beyond Borders of Belief: Milwaukee Devotees in the Mata Amritanandamayi Mission in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Amritapuri, India (MS, 2009). Advisor: Bornstein
Evans, Terri K.
Orphans as Alloparents: A Study on the Influence of Adoption of Unrelated Infants on Rank, Behavior, and Troop Formation among Vervet Monkeys at a Rehabilitation Facility (MS, 2009). Advisor: Turner
Archaeological Value: Contingent, Constructed, Contested (MS, 2009). Advisor: Arnold
Changing Perspectives: “A Tribute to Survival” as a Case Study for Museums and Social Responsibility (MS, 2009). Advisor: Perley
Johnson, Paul F.
The Hebior Mammoth: Skeletal Analysis and Experimental Butchery for a Proboscidean and Paleoindian Interaction Site in Southeastern Wisconsin (MS, 2009). Advisor: Hudson
A Preliminary Study of Iron Age Glass in Ireland, with Particular Emphasis on the Glass Beads (MS, 2009). Advisor: Arnold
Paganistan: The Emergence and Persistence of a Contemporary Pagan Community in Minnesota’s Twin Cities (PhD, 2009). Advisor: Arnold
Rudolph, Katie Z.
A Taphonomic Analysis of Human Skeletal Material from Aztalan: Cannibalism, Hostility, and Mortuary Variability (MS, 2009). Advisor: P. Richards
Behavioral and Hormonal Variability in Vervet Monkeys under Stressed Conditions (MS, 2009). Advisor: Turner
Zemecnik, Angela M.
An Osteological Investigation of the Late Woodland Raisbeck Effigy Mound Group Grant County, Wisconsin (MS, 2009). Advisor: Jeske
Brown, Melissa E.
Reporting Cultural Resources through Digital Collections: A Case Study of Materials from the Williamsonville Site (47DR241) Door County, Wisconsin (MS, 2008). Advisor: J. Richards
Cullen, Kevin M.
The Enigma of Amlash: Recontextualizing a Decontextualized Museum Collection from Northwestern Iran (MS, 2008). Advisor: Arnold
Farley, Erin L.
The Multivocality of Weapons: Functional and Symbolic Aspects of Celtic Weaponry (MS, 2008). Advisor: Arnold
Deeken, Michael G.
Second to Fourth Digit Ratio (2D/4D) in Males with Different Subtypes of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (MS, 2008). Advisor: Gray
Estrin, Alejandra A.
Mujeres Mexicanas de Milwaukee: Stress and the Social Support of Women (PhD, 2008). Advisor: Turner
Hanna, Nicole N.
The Juvenile Justice System in Japan and the United States: A Study of Collectivist and Individualist Perspectives (MS, 2008). Advisor: Gray
Karss-Siemers, Brenda K.
An Evaluation-Based Pilot Study of Museum Professional and Teenager Opinions of Teen Programming (MS, 2008). Advisor: Arnold
Kubicek, Richard H.
Contextualizing a “Lost” Collection: The Field Museum’s La Tène Material (MS, 2008). Advisor: Arnold
McAuliffe, Kerry A.
Genetic Variability in Three South African Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus aethiops) Populations (MS, 2008). Advisor: Turner
New Dragon: Reinventing Chinese Martial Arts for the Midwestern USA (MS, 2008). Advisor: Jordt
Sampson, Kurt A.
Getting to the Point: Typology, Morphology, and Lithic Material Variation in the Milwaukee Public Museum Projectile Point Collection from the Aztalan Site (MS, 2008). Advisor: J. Richards
An Osteological and Activity Pattern Analysis of the Kratz Creek Effigy Mound Site, Marquette County, Wisconsin (MS, 2008). Advisor: P. Richards
The Impact of Nutrition and Animal Exposure on the Specific Health Complaints of Settled and Nomadic Turkana (MS, 2008). Advisor: Campbell
Living in an Imagined Past: Visitor Responses to the European Village Exhibit at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2007). Advisor: Arnold
Bjork, Stephanie R.
Diasporic Moments: Practicing Clan in the Somali Diaspora (PhD, 2007). Advisor: Malaby
Enlightened: An Analysis of a Collection of Ancient Mediterranean Oil Lamps from the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2007). Advisor: Arnold
Dahlen, Timothy N.
An Analysis of the Copper-Based Metal Artifacts from the Flynn Site: An Orr Phase Oneota Cemetery in Northeastern Iowa (MS, 2007). Advisor: Jeske
Consumer Culture: How Cultures are Consumed: Research into the Symbolic and Physical Environment (MS, 2007). Advisor: Gray
Distant Cores: Lithic Technology Group Mobility and Late Archaic Economic Adaptations at the Mortar Riddle Site, Steens Mountain, Oregon (35HA2627) (MS, 2007). Advisor: Jeske
Policies, Pills, and Procedures: The Complexities of Medical Pluralism and Structural Violence among Hispanic Immigrant and Migrant Women (MS, 2007). Advisor: Brodwin
The Political Economy of Ambivalence in the Dominican Republic: Race, Ethnicity, and the Formation of National Identity (PhD, 2007). Advisor: Brodwin
Research Potential of Poorly Provenienced Museum Collections: a Case Study of a Mexican Cave Assemblage at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS 2007). Advisor: J. Richards
The Material Expression of Social Change: The Mortuary Correlates of Gender and Age in Late Pre-Roman Iron Age and Roman Dorset (PhD, 2007). Advisor: Arnold
An Osteological and Mortuary Analysis of the McClaughry Effigy Mound Site, Marquette County, Wisconsin (MS 2007). Advisor: P. Richards
Governance and Economy in a Virtual World: Guild Organization in World of Warcraft (MS, 2007). Advisor: Malaby
Mueller, Emily Jane
Multitasking on the Mountain: An Analysis of a Northern Great Basin Zooarchaeological Assemblage, Mortar Riddle Site (35HA2627), Steens Mountain (Tse’tse’ede), Oregon (MS, 2007). Advisor: Hudson
History, Archaeology and the Construction of Ethnicity: Bell Type II Ceramics and the Potawatomi (PhD, 2007). Advisor: Jeske
Procuring Pipestone: an Examination of Pipe Material Selection in Wisconsin from the Late Archaic to the Historic Periods (MS 2007). Advisor: J. Richards
An Analysis of Four Lohmann to Early Stirling Phase Structures in the Mound 72 Precinct at the Cahokia Site (MS 2007). Advisor: J. Richards
The New Age in Perspective: Transcending the Spirituality-Consumerism Divide (MS, 2007). Advisor: Jordt
Thimke, Elisabeth A.
Urinary Testosterone and Cortisol Levels and Rank in Male and Female Bonobo Apes (Pan paniscus) (MS, 2007). Advisor: Turner
Gone “Phishin”: An Ethnographic Study on the Jam Band Phish (1983-2004) and the Phish Head Community that Formed around the Music (MS, 2006). Advisor: Washabaugh
A Preliminary Analysis of Maya Incensarios Deposited in Lake Amatitan, Guatemala. (MS, 2006). Advisor: J. Richards
Exploring Possible Associations between Effigy Mounds and Petroforms in Dodge and Fond Du Lac Counties (MS, 2006). Advisor: Jeske
Between the Sun and the Moon: Espace Sobo Bade Encountering Globalization and the Production of Local Meaning through Place (MS, 2006). Advisor: Jordt
The Roles of Bilingual Hmong Professionals in the Maintenance of the Hmong Language in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (MS, 2006). Advisor: Perley
Different Strokes for Different Folks: Contingency, Entanglement and Bone and Antler Tools in the Swiss Neolithic (MS, 2006). Advisor: Arnold
A Regional Analysis of Prehistoric Rock Art Sites in Iowa and Juneau Counties, Wisconsin (MS, 2006). Advisor: J. Richards
Gender Shifts: Archaeological Correlates of Transgendered Ritual Practitioners (MS, 2006). Advisor: Arnold
Van Beckum, Jonathan
The “Rediscovery” of the First Fort Crawford: a Study Using Archaeological and Archival Data to Interpret and Date an Early Nineteenth Century American Fortification (MS, 2006). Advisor: P. Richards
An Analysis of the Human Remains from the Richter Site (47DR80): Diet and Health at a North Bay Phase, Middle Woodland Site in Door County (MS, 2006). Advisor: P. Richards
A Women’s Nonprofit Organization in Crises: An Ethnography of Volunteerism (PhD, 2006). Advisor: Applbaum
Paleopathology and Nutritional Health at the Nitschke Effigy Mound Site, Dodge County, WI (MS, 2005). Advisor: Jeske
The Real and the Imagined: An Ethnographic Analysis of the Wild Horse in the American Landscape (PhD, Fall 2005). Advisor: Ajirotutu
de Bie, Melissa
Who’s Who in Plateau Cornhusk Bags? An Analysis of Maker Marks on Cornhusk Bag (MS, 2005). Advisor: Arnold
Hmong Mortuary Practices: Self, Place and Meaning in Urban America (PhD, 2005). Advisor: Brodwin
Sheela-na-gigs and the Expedient Transmutation of Female Imagery (MS, 2005). Advisor: Arnold
Kaufmann, Kira E.
Effigy Mound Sites as Cultural Landscapes: A Geophysical Spatial Analysis of Two Late Woodland Sites in Southeastern Wisconsin (PhD, 2005). Advisor: Jeske
Weaving Our Way Through the Past: An Examination of Textiles from the Swiss Lake-Dwelling Site of Robenhausen at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2005). Advisor: Arnold
Animal Sacrifice and Feasting in Celtic Gaul: Regional Variation, Costly Signaling and Symbolism (MS, 2005). Advisor: Arnold
Messages, Meanings and Motifs: An Analysis of Ramey Incised Ceramics at the Aztalan Site (MS, 2005). Advisor: J. Richards
Archaeological Correlates of Warfare in the Iron Age Mortuary Record: Patterns and Variations (MS, 2005). Advisor: Arnold
The Translocality of the Ciwara Tradition in Rural and Urban Mali (PhD, 2005). Advisor: Ajirotutu
Repercussions or Re-percussions? The History, Politics, and Regulation of Style and Style Change in Senegalese Mbalax (MS, 2005). Advisor: Applbaum
Small Things Remembered: The Tell Hadidi Beads at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2005). Advisor: Arnold
Social Hierarchy and Mobility: Capoeira in Salvador, Brazil (PhD, 2005). Advisor: Brodwin
Geographic Information Systems and Intrasite Analysis at the Bell Site (47WN9) (MS, 2005). Advisor: J. Richards
Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire: A Historical Archaeological Investigation of the Peshtigo Fire’s Impact at the Williamsonville Site, Door Country Wisconsin (MS, 2005). Advisor: P. Richards
Women and Children First: the Distribution of Grave Goods at the La Tène Cemetery at Münsingen-Rain, Switzerland (MS, 2005). Advisor: Arnold
The Creation of Space and Place at Cahokia: Mound 72, Mound 96, and the Mound 72 Precinct (PhD, 2005). Co-Advisors: Arnold and Fowler
2000 – 2004
The Richter Site: A Lithic Analysis of a North Bay Site on Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula (MS, 2004). Advisor: Jeske
Boczkeiwiez, Roberta I.
What’s Good for the Goose: The Use of Faunal Remains to Identify the Ethnicity and Economic Status of a Pomeranian Immigrant Farmstead (MS, 2004). Advisor: Hudson
Foley Winkler, Kathleen
Oneota Mortuary Practices in Southeast Wisconsin (MS, 2004). Advisor: Jeske
Clam River Focus Ceramics Re-examined: Variation within the Type Collection at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2004). Advisor: J. Richards
Resistance and Reproduction: Day-to-Day Negotiations of Gender Identity Construction at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage (MS, 2004). Advisor: Malaby
Vertebrate Resource Utilization at the Late Prehistoric Component of the Bell Site (47WN9): an Application of Optimal Foraging Theory to Subsistence Analysis (MS, 2004). Advisor: Hudson
Identifying Children in the Archaeological Record at the Jeremiah Curtin House (MS, 2004). Advisor: P. Richards
Medical Pluralism among Iran’s Nomadic Pastoralist Ethnic Minorities (MS, 2004). Advisor: Brodwin
Lithic Technology and Subsistence Change in the Thirteenth through Seventeenth Centuries: An Example from the Zimmerman/Grand Village of the Kaskaskia Site in the Upper Illinois River Valley (PhD, 2004). Advisor: Jeske
Morphological Adaptations to Diet in Primate Masticatory Muscles (PhD, 2004). Advisor: Anapol
Somlai, Mathew C.
Cultural Sovereignity: The Maintenance and Performance of Urban Community among American Indians (PhD, 2004). Advisor: Brodwin
Transitional Middle to Late Archaic Lithic Technology in Southeastern Wisconsin: The Kelly North Tract at Carcajou Point (MS, 2004). Advisor: Jeske
Creative Ideology and Economic Strategies as Process: Oshogbo Artists in New York (MS, 2003). Advisor: Applbaum
Effigy Mounds in Southeastern Wisconsin: An Analysis of Site Location and Environmental Factors (MS, 2003). Advisor: Jeske
Late Woodland Cultural Complexity In Southeastern Wisconsin: A Ceramic Analysis from the Klug (47OZ26) and Klug Island Sites (MS, 2003). Advisor: Jeske
Archaic Period Marine Mammal Hunting Strategies on the South Coast of Peru (MS, 2003). Advisor: Hudson
Description and Analysis of Preserved Fabrics from the Northwest Mound at Aztalan: A Late Prehistoric Site in Southeastern Wisconsin (MS, 2003). Advisor: J. Richards
Gender and Status Analysis of Four Arras Culture Cemeteries in Great Britain: Rudston, Burton Fleming, Garton Station and Kirkburn (MS, 2003). Advisor: Arnold
Olsen, M. Lee
Oneota Subsistence in Southern Wisconsin: Agriculture and Plant Domestication at the Crescent Bay Hunt Club Site (MS, 2003). Advisor: Jeske
Consensus Analysis as a Method to Measure Visitor Knowledge in Museums (MS, 2003). Advisor: Gray
Nindoojibwem. Anishinaabe Indaw! I Speak Ojibwe, I am Ojibwe! The Study of Ojibwemowin as a Tool to Reestablish a Middle Ground (MS, 2003). Advisor: Washabaugh
Ancestor Veneration and Ceramic Curation: An Analysis from Speckhau Tumulus 17, Southwest Germany (MS, 2003). Advisor: Arnold
Working the Program: Personal Stories of Gay Men with HIV/AIDS in the Alcoholic [Sic] Anonymous Program (MS, 2002). Advisor: Brodwin
Remembering the Histories of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial and the Black Hills Claim (MS, 2002). Advisor: Washabaugh
Archaeological Survey: Probability, Problems and Plowed Contexts (MS, 2002). Advisor: J. Richards
North American Jews in Israel: The Cultural Distinction and Identity of American-Anglo Olim (PhD, 2002). Advisor: Brodwin
Comparative Study of Oneota and Langford Traditions (MS, 2002). Advisor: Jeske
Delineating The Spatial And Temporal Boundaries Of Late Woodland Collated Wares From Illinois And Wisconsin (MS, 2002). Advisor: Jeske
Negotiating Religious Identity at Borden State College (PhD, 2002). Advisor: Gray
Three Dimensional Morphometric Measurements in an Ontogenetic Sample of Minipigs Fed Solid and Liquid Diets (MS, 2002). Advisor: Anapol
Consensus Analysis of High School Students’ Perceptions of High School Athletes (MS, 2002). Advisor: Gray
The Effects of Managed Care on the Professionalization of Staff Nurses (MS, 2002). Advisor: Brodwin
A Diachronic Study of Animal Exploitation at Aztalan, A Late Prehistoric Village in Southeast Wisconsin (MS, 2002). Advisor: Hudson
Pass the Duiker, Please: Spatial Analysis of Animal Bone to Identity Social Differences (MS, 2002). Advisor: Hudson
Watched Weddings: Circulating Videos and Transnational Community-Building amongst Somalis in Finland (MS, 2001), Advisor: Ajirotutu
The Ubiquitous Ushabti: A Study in Regional Variation (MS, 2001). Advisor: Arnold
An Anthropological Study of the Employment of Asian Immigrants in an Ethnic Enclave Economy (PhD, 2001). Advisor: Brodwin
Searching for Sex Differences in Cheater Detection : An Extension of Cosmides and Tooby’s Social Contract Theory (MS, 2001). Advisor: Gray
Transmission of Culture in an American Sign Language (ASL) Immersion Classroom. (PhD, 2001) Advisor: Ajirotutu
Darbyshire Moore, Mary
Conservation Challenges in Historic House Museums: The Conflict between Collections Use and Historic Site Preservation (MS, 2001). Advisor: Arnold
A Look in the Broom Closet: The Beliefs and Practices of the Modern Day Witch (MS, 2001). Advisor: Arnold
Pestles, Powder Horns and Pot Hooks : An Analysis of the Thomas R. Roddy Collection at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 2001). Advisor: Arnold
Analysis of the Steatite Artifacts from the Archaeological Site of Aila, Jordan (MS, 2001). Advisor: Arnold
“Strangers In A New Land”: Palo Mayombe, an African-Cuban Religious Tradition in the Diaspora (PhD, 2001). Advisor: Brodwin
Aboriginal Rock Art oftThe Lake Owyhee Reservoir, Oregon (MS, 2001). Advisor: J. Richards
Family Business: Museum Visitation as Gender Performance (PhD, 2001). Advisor: Arnold
Childbearing as Resistance: One Possible Explanation for Single Parenting among Some African-American Females in an Urban Setting (PhD, 2001). Advisor: Brodwin
Settlement Location Shifts in Northeastern Wisconsin during the Late Prehistoric and Historic Periods (MS, 2001). Advisor: J. Richards
Understanding Remnant Archaic Settlement along the Western Coast of Lake Michigan (PhD, 2000). Advisor: J. Richards
From Civilians to Soldiers: The Historical and Archaeological Context of Wisconsin’s Civil War Camps (MS, 2000). Advisor: P. Richards
Children, Museums and Multiculturalism: Using Museums as a Forum for Cultural Education (MS, 2000). Advisor: Arnold
Value in the Use of Historical Sources in Archaeological Research: A Case Study at the Historic Period Robinson’s Reservation (MS, 2000). Advisor: Jeske
Cultural Analysis of the Ciwara Headdress in Mali (MS, 2000). Advisor: Ajirotutu
Pre-Columbian to Post-Colonial: Continuity and Change in Highland Mayan Ceramics (MS, 2000). Advisor: Arnold
Fostering Curiosity, Enjoyment and Increased Understanding of Anthropology: The Presentation of Archaeology in Museums (MS, 1999). Advisor: Arnold
Pre-Christian Inuit Mortuary Practices: A Compendium of Archaeological and Ethnographic Sources (PhD, 1999). Advisor: Arnold
The Irish Language in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: An Application of the Theory of Symbolic Ethnicity (MS, 1999).
Canid Digging Behavior in the Archaeological Record: A Comparative Study of Wolves and Dogs (MS, 1999). Advisor: Jeske
Decomposition: An Analysis of Five Organs (MS, 1999).
An Examination of Sociosexuality and Risk-Taking Behavior (MS, 1999).
Contextual Analysis of a Pioneer Logging Camp: The Sherry and Gerry Site (FS-09-06-04-156) (MS, 1999).
Decay and Reconstruction: An Osteological Analysis of Effigy Mound Material from Wisconsin (PhD, 1999). Advisor: Turner
View from the Bottom: The Experiences of W-2 Transitionals under Wisconsin’s “Welfare Reform” Law (MS, 1999). Advisor: Gray
Euro-American Ethnicity in the Archaeological Record of Nineteenth Century Southeastern Wisconsin: A Review of Site Excavations (MS, 1999).
Lueders Bolwerk, Carol
Dairy Farm Women In Wisconsin: The Changing Nature of Their Work, Roles, and Choices Over Three Generations (PhD, 1999).
Sinhala Buddhist Conceptions of Health, Illness, And Yaktovil (MS, 1999).
A View on the Skew: The Construction of Japanese Peruvian Identity through Immigration and Forced Replacement, 1899-1999 (MS, 1999).
Bead Colors in the Upper Mississippi Valley and the American Fur Company (MS, 1998).
Dialectic Between the Archaeological and Historical Records: Consumer Choice and Symbolic Value in 19th Century British Pottery from the Warren House Site (MS, 1998).
‘A Good Many Indian Things’: An Analysis of the William Mitchell Collection at the MPM (MS, 1998).
Standards of Infant Long Bone Diaphyseal Growth from a Late Nineteenth Century and Early Twentieth Century Almshouse Cemetery (MS, 1998).
Differential Skull Development in an Ontogenetically Scaled Sample of Minipigs Fed a Nutritionally Equivalent Diet of Different Consistencies, Hard and Soft (MS, 1998).
Statistics and Style in Rock Art Research (MS, 1998).
Pre-Clovis Possibilities in Southeastern Wisconsin (MS, 1998).
Mapping Gender a Drax Hall Plantation St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica (MS, 1998).
The Union Experience and the Anthropology of Trouble (MS, 1998).
Sociobiological Examination of Ethnocentrism among Two Ethnic Units, Tamils and Gujaratis, in the City of Pune, India (PhD, 1998).
The Dorian Dancers: An Ethnography of a Greek-American Folk Dance Troupe in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (MS, 1998).
Bird, M. Catherine
Langford Tradition Settlement System and the Role of Material Culture in the Maintenance of Social Boundaries (PhD, 1997).
An Analysis of Two Early Twentieth Century Collections from Central Africa (MS, 1997).
Willing Suspensions of Disbelief: Anthropological Dioramas and Museum Culture (MS, 1997).
Reclaiming the Honor: Central City Parents Who Resist the Blame (PhD, 1997).
It Crawled from the South: Mortuary Practices at Aztalan and Their Implication for Aztalan’s Origin (MS, 1997).
Yorkville Cemetery Project (MS, 1997).
Museum Archaeology: An Analysis of the Research Potential of Five Milwaukee Public Museum Collections (MS, 1997).
Museum Exhibition and Documentary Film: Visual Representations, Public Education, and the Future of Anthropology (MS, 1997).
A Model Of Late Paleoindian Subsistence Behavior for the Western Great Lakes (MS, 1997).
The Research Potential of Museum Collections: Iroquois False Face Masks in the New York State Museum (MS, 1997).
Sacred Landscapes: A New Approach to the Late Archaic in the Upper Midwest (MS, 1997).
Death in the Daily Life of the Ross Colony: Mortuary Behavior in Frontier Russian America (PhD, 1997).
Unknown Man No 198: The Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery (PhD, 1997).
The Diamond Bluff Site Complex: Time and Tradition in the Northern Mississippi Valley (PhD, 1997).
The Sanders Site: Excavation, Problems, and Re-Interpretation (MS, 1997).
A Critical Evaluation of Oneota Radiocarbon Dates in Eastern Wisconsin (MS, 1997).
Mississippi Turning: From Caste to Class in a Southern Town (MS, 1997).
GIS Predictive Modeling of Prehistoric Site Distributions in Central Wisconsin (MS, 1997).
Dancing Bears, Puppets and Cowering Beasts: Images of the Other in Milwaukee Newspaper Articles, 1920-1997 (MS, 1997).
St. George, Dawn
Population Genetics of Yellow Baboons (Papio hamadryas cynocephalus) (PhD, 1997).
A Qualitative Study of the Milwaukee Museum Studies Program (MS, 1997).
Paternity Analysis in Primates: Methods and Techniques (MS, 1996).
The Future of the Past: The Condition of Archaeological Collections in The United States (MS, 1996).
Breaking the Code of Museum Exhibits: Learning and Attraction in Museum Exhibits (MS, 1996).
Across the Bering Land Bridge: An Analysis of DNA Sequence Data Examining the Relationship between American Indian and Siberian Populations (MS, 1996).
Chinese Mortuary Rituals: Their Potential for Archaeological Study (MS, 1996).
Astronomical Mound Alignment in the Lower Mississippi Valley: A Comparative Approach (MS, 1996).
Cybermuseology: The Relationship of Visitor Age, Behavior, and Holding Power at Low-Tech Displays in the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 1996).
Sex, Symbols, and Subjectivity: An Anthropological Approach to Feminist Rhetoric and the Construction of Sexuality (MS, 1996).
The Microbe Conquest af North America (MS, 1996).
Domestic Economics and Mortuary Practices: A Gendered View of Oneota Social Organization (PhD, 1996).
The Influence of Anthropological Concepts on American Indian Exhibits at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 1996).
Completing the Circle: A Look at Three North American Indian Groups after Repatriation (MS, 1996).
Missouri’s Neglected History: Establishing a Framework for African-American Archaeology (MS, 1995).
Across the Bering Land Bridge: An Analysis of DNA Sequence Data Examining the Relationship between American Indian and Siberian Populations (MS, 1995) Advisor: Turner.
Archaeology, Space, and Geographic Information Systems (MS, 1995).
Evaluating a Video Station at The Milwaukee Public Museum (MS, 1995).
An Assessment of the Egyptian Necklaces in the Collections of the Milwaukee Public Museumn (MS, 1995).
We All Agree: A Study of Cultural Consensus in a Hmong Community (PhD, 1995).
Women’s Ice Hockey in the Madison Area: Finesse Style Hockey and Counter Hegemonic Practice (MS, 1995).
Socioeconomic Status as a Condition that May Affect Variation in the Primary Sex Ratio: A Study of the Trivers and Willard Hypothesis Regarding Parental Biasing of Offspring using a Sample of Females in the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin (MS, 1995).
Comparative Morphology and Fiber Architecture of The Hindlimb Muscles of Cercopithecus aethiops And Cercopithecus ascanius (MS, 1994).
Honor And Modesty: Underlying Principles of Gender and Sexuality in Muslim Cultures (MS, 1994).
From Heathen to Hero: American Indian Participation in the United States Military (MS, 1994).
“Learning To Live With It”: Elements of Ritual in the Biomedical Treatment of Chronic Pain (MS, 1994).
The Ladies Have Style: A Comparison of Selected Near Eastern Female Figurines (MS, 1993).
Between Description and Explanation: Middle Range Considerations of Ceramic Visibility in Southeastern Wisconsin (MS, 1993).
Angels with Only One Wing: Servicemen and the Strategies and Tactics of Philippine Women (PhD, 1993).
The “Rite” To Dance: A Study of the Hamatsa (MS, 1993).
The Role of the Mother in Brother-Sister Incest Avoidance: An Examination of Childhood Association and Mother-Child Attachment Theories (MS, 1993).
Symbolic Information and Legitimization as Evidenced by Ramey Incised Ceramics. (MS, 1993).
Father Proximity and Child Training: A Holocultural Study (MS, 1992).
Households and American Archaeology: Household Archaeology as a Paradigm for Archaeological Interpretation (MS, 1992).
Ceramic Typology: A Historical Perspective (MS, 1992).
Mounds as Mortuary Sites: The Initial Investigation into a Bioarchaeological Study (MS, 1992).
Ceramics and Culture at Aztalan, A Late Prehistoric Village in Southeast Wisconsin (PhD, 1992).
A Window into Indian Culture: The Powwow as Performance (PhD, 1991).
A Preliminary Investigation of Postnatal Osteogenesis of the Surface of the Brow Region in Papo cynocephalus cynocephalus: A Developmental Model (MS, 1991).
The Use of Actualistic Studies of Fire on Contemporary African and North American Landscapes for Assisting in the Identification of Traces of Natural and Humanly Controlled Fire in the Archaeological Record (PhD, 1990).
A Comparative Study of Dimensions of the Skeletal Elements in the Shoulder-Forelimb Complex of Three Spider Monkey Species (MS, 1990).
Investigating Functional Differences in the Foot Region of Three Species of African Monkeys (MS, 1990).
Paleoindian Proboscidian Hunting in North America: A Paleoecologic/Behavioral Approach (MS, 1990).
Community without Borders: Media Fan Discussion in On-Line Listservs (MS, 1990).
Gaze Behavior as a Measure of Communicative Withdrawal among Adult Stutterers (PhD, 1990).
Walk the Walk and Talk the Talk: An Ethnography of a Drug Treatment Facility (PhD, 1990).
The Ethnography of Death, Dying and Hospice Care (PhD, 1990).
The Relevance of “Minority Group Status Hypothesis” to Fertility Behavior of Immigrants to Israel (MS, 1990).
1980 – 1989
Linguistic Codes and Obscurity in Discourse (MS, 1989).
Conflict and Cohesion in a Planned Community in the Netherlands (PhD, 1989).
The Paleoindian Period in Wisconsin in Context (MS, 1989).
Small Settlements and Population Movement in the Mississippian Settlement Pattern (MS, 1989).
Style and the Analysis of Social Organization: A Critique of Five Theories (MS, 1988).
From Effervescene to Knowledge: The Role of Power in the Evolution of a Christian Church (PhD, 1988).
Chinese without a Chinatown (PhD, 1988).
Fuzzy Sets and Anthropology: Approximate Reasoning as a Methodological Framework (PhD, 1988).
Mound Organization in and Around Amalucan, Mexico (MS, 1988).
Quartz Artifacts from Sengal (MS, 1988).
Making the Most of What You’re Dealt: Lexical Expansion in the Menominee Development of Play Card Terminology (MS, 1988).
The Censers and Canoeleros of Santa Barbara, Honduras (MS, 1988).
St. George, Dawn
Reexamination of Female Dispersal in Two Populations of Chimpanzees (MS, 1988).
Redigging the Past: The Condition of Archaeological Museum Collections (MS, 1988).
The Jersey Bluff Mounds: The Importance of, and Application of a Museum Collection in the Analysis of Late Woodland Mortuary Behavior in the Lower Illinois Valley (MS 1987).
Classification and Conceptual Consequences: The Oneota Example (MS, 1987).
The Materialist/Idealist Debate on Food Taboos: Toward a Synthesis of the Meaningful and the Practical (MS, 1987).
M. P. Carroll’s Methodology Tested: Further Contributions to the Study of Myth (MS, 1987).
Economic Specialization and Regional Symbiosis: A New Perspective of Mississippian Craft Specialization (MS, 1987).
Genetic and Morphological Differentiation in three Subspecies of Mitis Monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis) From Kenya (PhD, 1987).
Types Through Time and Space: An Historical and Current Perspective of Projectile Point and Ceramic Typology (MS, 1987).
Variation In Secondary Disposal of the Dead: A World Wide Survey (MS, 1987).
The Applicability of Instrumental Analyses to Archaeology: An Example Involving East-Central Wisconsin Rhyolites (MS, 1987).
A Cross-Cultural, Cross-Species Examination of Primate Homosexuality (MS, 1987).
Continuity and Social Change on Spetses Island, Greece (PhD, 1986).
Subsistence Modeling and Faunal Methodology: Some Basic Problems (MS, 1986).
Late Mississippian Village: Community and Society of the Mouse Creek Phase in Southeastern Tennessee (PhD, 1986).
The Lithic Assemblage of Mound 72 Cahokia (MS, 1986).
A Comparative Analysis of Three Pastoral Societies in a Cultural Ecology Framework (MS, 1985).
Museum Volunteers in Milwaukee County: The Present and Future Prospects (MS, 1985).
Old and New Friendships of Elderly Residents of Public Housing (PhD, 1985).
Mexican-American and Anglo Midwifery in San Antonio, Texas (PhD, 1985).
Occusal Wear in Juvenile Baboons (MS, 1985).
Sexual Differences in the Shape and Growth of the Pelvis among Four Species of Old World Monkeys (PhD, 1985).
Staff and Visitor Relationships at the Milwaukee Public Museum (PhD, 1985).
Material Culture Studies and Museums: An Example of an Integrated Approach to the Study of Anthropology in Museums (MS, 1985).
Archaic Settlement Strategies in the Modoc Locality, Southwest Illinois (PhD, 1984).
Lufeng Fossil Ape Site and the Place of Chinese Sivapithecines in Hominoid Phylogeny (MS, 1984).
Adaptation smong Corn Belt Grain-Livestock Farmers: A Case Study (PhD, 1984).
The Place of Samoan Bark Cloth Designs in Samoan Culture (MS, 1984).
Projectile Points of the Modoc Rock Shelter (MS, 1984).
Lithic Assembages of the Lower Rock River Valley: Illinois: Archaeological Expectations and Realities (MS, 1984).
The Hmong In Milwaukee: Patterns in Migration and Settlement (MS, 1984).
Australopithecus afarensis: A Closer Look at its Classification (MS, 1983).
The Use of the Concept of Shamanism in Anthropology (MS, 1983).
Settlements, Systems, and Patterns: An Ecological Systems Analysis of Settlement Systems Near Amozoc De Mota, Puebla, Mexico (PhD, 1983).
The Late Prehistory of Eastern Wisconsin: A Survey of the Archaeological Research and Interpretations Pertaining to Oneota Settlement and Subsistence (MS, 1983).
The Huron and Iroquois in Early History: European Trade and Societal Change (MS, 1982).
Knife River Flint and Interregional Exchange (MS, 1982).
A Hypothetical Archaeological Record of Ainu Subsistence and Settlement (MS, 1982).
A Survey of Morphological Changes in the Mandible from the Australopithecines to Modern Man (MS, 1982).
The Schroeder Mounds Site: A Preliminary Analysis from a Spatial Perspective (MS, 1982).
The Effigy Mound Tradition in Wisconsin (MS, 1982).
Archaeological Inference and Ecological Models: Some Considerations of Theory and Practice (MS, 1982).
The Historic Winnebago: Settlement and Subsistence in The Crawfish and Rock River Valleys (MS, 1981).
The Anthropology of Southwestern Alaska: An Overview and Evaluation of Theories of Cultural, Linguistic, and Physical Affinities of the Aboriginal Inhabitants (MS, 1981).
Navajo Ambulatory Care Utilization Patterns (PhD, 1981).
Observations on Uintasorex parvulus (Mammalia, Primates) from the Bridger Formation, Southwestern Wyoming (MS, 1981).
Functional and Comparative Anatomy of the Primate Spinal Column: Some Locomotor and Postural Adaptations (PhD, 1980).
The Sociocultural Differentiation of a Religious Sect: Schisms among the Pennsylvania German Mennonites (PhD, 1980).
Stress, Administrative Policy, and the Collapse of the Classic Maya (MS, 1980).
Residents, Their Families, and Governmental Regulations: Sources of Control on the Organization of the Nursing Home (PhD, 1980).
A Survey of the Negative Effects of Maize Agriculture on the Health of Populations in the Eastern United States (MS, 1980).
Problems in Late Pliocene/Early Pleistocene Hominid Taxonomy: A Model Seeking Solutions (MS, 1980).
Archaeological Interpretations of the Hinterland Sites and Foci on the Northern and Western Boundaries of the Central Mississippi Valley: A Synthesis (MS, 1980).
Bannerstones as Chronological Markers in The Southeastern United States (MS, 1980).
An Historical Materialist Model of Acculturation and Application (MS, 1980).
Native Americans and Small Museums: Some Considerations for Anthropologists (MS, 1980).
The Ranieri-Hicks House: An Exercise in Historical Archaeology (MS, 1980).
Ramey Field, Cahokia Surface Collection: A Functional Analysis of Spatial Structure (PhD, 1980).
Saltatorial Locomotion in Primates and Rodents. (PhD, 1980). Advisor: Tappen
1970 – 1979
Collections Management in Anthropology: Solving the Problem of Inaccessible Museum Collections (MS, 1979).
A Profile of Participants in a Rotating Credit Association in Mexico (MS, 1979).
Men’s Role in Abortion (MS, 1979).
An Analysis of Muscle Morphology and Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity in Three Primate Species (MS, 1979).
An Environmental Reconstruction of the Crawfish and Rock Rivers Archaeological Project’s Study Area and its Implications for Prehistoric Settlement-Subsistence Behavior (MS, 1979).
Analysis of Weathering Cracks on Fifty Femurs from Chirikof Island, Alaska (MS, 1979).
Common Interest Associations, Intensification of Factionalism and New Leadership: Responses to Economic Change in a Swiss Alpine Community (PhD, 1979).
Settlers and Sojourners: A Study of Serbian Adaptation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (PhD, 1979).
Two Missionary Models and their Implications on Several Latin American Societies (MS, 1979).
Immunoglobulin Haplotype Distributions in Europe as Support for Historically Based Hypotheses (PhD, 1979).
Family Relations in Seco County: A Case Study of Social Change (PhD, 1979).
Some Effects of Subsistence Changes on Social Organization (MS, 1978).
The Effect of European and American Contact on the Chugach Eskimo of Prince William Sound, Alaska, 1741-1930 (PhD, 1978).
An Exploration of a Hunter and Gatherer Subsistence and Settlement Model Using Data from Highland Mexico (MS, 1978).
The Political Role of Women in Pre-Industrial Societies (MS, 1978).
Van Dyke, Allen
A Review of Some Quantitative Methods Used in Archaeological Faunal Analysis: Their Utility and Limitations (MS, 1978).
Males in a Female World: Men in Public Housing for the Elderly (PhD, 1977).
Comparative Analysis of Hopi and Navajo Weaving Technology: Cultural-Ecological Implications for Acceptance and Modification of Innovation (MS, 1977).
Closed Group Concept in Baboons (MS, 1977).
Social Dynamics in Siamang (PhD, 1977).
Ethnicity and Education: The Schooling of Afro-Asian Children in a Jerusalem Locality (PhD, 1977).
Aspects of Taxonomies (PhD, 1977).
Mississippian Social Organization and Ethnohistorical Implications (MS, 1977).
Coherent Optical Correlation: A New Method of Craniological Comparison (PhD, 1977).
An Ethnohistorical Investigation of the Medicine Bundle Complex among Selected Tribes of the Great Plains (MS, 1977).
The Social Context of Second Language Acquisition: The Example of Decreolization (MS, 1977).
Some Observations on the Social Behavior of a One-Male Group of Erythrocebus patas in Captivity (MS, 1976).
Coping with Long-Term Illness at Home (PhD, 1976).
Personal Wealth, Family Size and Age as Predictors of Leaders’ Affiliations in a Sectarian Schism (MS, 1976).
The Concept of Multicentric Spheres in Economic Systems (MS, 1976).
Carneiro’s Theory of Cultural Evolution (MS, 1976).
Grand River, Lake Koshkonong, Green Bay and Lake Winnebago Phases: Eight Hundred Years of Oneota Prehistory in Eastern Wisconsin (PhD, 1976).
Cranial Discrete Traits: An Example of Epigenetic Nonmetric Variation (MS, 1976).
A Survey of Anthropology in the Milwaukee Public Schools 1975-1976 School Year (MS, 1976).
Langford Tradition and its Environmental Context in the Rock River Valley, Illinois (MS, 1975).
Plains Interband Trade System: An Ethnohistoric and Archeological Investigation (PhD, 1975).
Privacy in One Type of Communal Dwelling (MS, 1975).
Factors influencing Health Perception among the Elderly in Public Housing (PhD, 1975).
Re-Interpretation of the Minoan Prepalatial Era (MS, 1975).
Actonic Ethnography in the Field: A Case Study in Observed Behavior among two Urban Waste Collection Crews (MS, 1975).
Settlement Morphology and Production Specialization: The Horse Lake Site, a Case Study (PhD, 1975).
Guillen, Ann Cyphers
The Preclassic Ceramic Chronology at Chalcatzingo, Morelos Mexico: Implications for Internal Growth and External Contacts (MS, 1975).
Omaha Marriage Patterns: Urban Vs Reservations (MS, 1975).
The Meaning of Caucasian with Respect to the HLA System (MS, 1975).
Functional Analysis: It’s Methods, Techniques and Potential as a Research Tool for Anthropological Archaeology (MS, 1975).
Rise of Cities in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (MS, 1974).
Mississippian Secondary Mound Loci: A Comparative Functional Analysis in a Time-Space Perspective (PhD, 1974).
Visual Anthropology: Is the Medium the Message? (MS, 1974).
House 4-Cahokia: Description and Analysis (MS, 1974).
Homo Erectus in the Far East (MS, 1974).
Aboriginal Subsistence-Settlement Systems in the Upper Mississippi River Valley (MS, 1974).
The Mousterian Complex (MS, 1974).
A Statistical Correlation of Sequence of Dental Wear Patterns with Sequence of Ephiphyseal Union in Two Populations of South American Monkeys (MS, 1974).
Early Man in America: A Review of the Evidence (MS, 1974).
Studies in Trans-Cultural Logic (PhD, 1974).
Precolumbian Population Development along the Rio Amatzinac: The Formative Through Classic Periods in Eastern Morelos, Mexico (PhD, 1974).
Downtown Medical and Health Services: A Case Study (MS, 1974).
Social Networks and Urban Neighbors: An Essay (MS, 1974).
Bioholography and Holovariate Analysais in Physical Anthropology (MS, 1974).
Japan: Why Modernization? (MS, 1973).
The Spinal Column and Associated Muscles of Macaca speciosa (MS, 1973).
Cultural Aspects of Drinking, Drunken Behavior and Problems Resulting from Such Behaviors (MS, 1973).
Indian Land Loss in Virginia: A Prototype of U.S. Federal Indian Policy (PhD, 1973).
Nilo-Hamite Age-Set Organizations: Responses to Subsistence Risk in Three Environmental Zones (MS, 1973).
Two Studies in Cross-Cultural Research Compared and Contrasted (MS, 1973).
An Analysis of Demographic Variables in Prehistoric and Non-Census Societies (MS, 1972).
Education and Development (MS, 1972).
Explanations of Aztec Human Sacrifice (MS, 1972).
U.S. Government Policy Toward Native Americans: 1867-1971 (MS, 1972).
A Network Analysis of Sociocultural Change: The Political Evolution from Tribe to Chiefdom (MS, 1972).
Project on Olmecs (MS, 1972).
Art and Social Structure on the Northwest Coast (PhD, 1972).
An Analysis of the Culture of Poverty Concept: Its Implications, Interpretations, and Criticisms and Why It Gets So Much Attention (MS, 1972).
A Theoretical Framework for Determining the Effects of Environment on the Social Organization of Non-Human Primates (MS, 1972).
Stockbridge-Munse Cultural Adaptations “Assimilated Indians” (PhD, 1972).
Factors Influencing Urban Job Satisfaction (MS, 1972).
Group Identity and Social Image of Working Class Teenagers (MS 1971).
Some Comparisons Between Siamang and Gibbon Behaviour (MS, 1971).
Plant Transpiration Rates and Political Integration in the Kenya Highlands (MS, 1971).
Essay On Social Networks (MS, 1970).
Some Comparisons between Siamang and Gibbon Behavior (MS, 1970).
Krajewski, Sandra S.
The Comparison of Prehensile and Nonprehensile Tail Musculature in Two Species of New and Old World Monkeys (MS, 1970).
The Triad in the Social Network (MS, 1970).
Traffic Pattern and Exhibit Design: A Study of Learning in the Museum (MS, 1965).
Toward Urbanism: The Cultural Dynamics of the Prehistoric and Historic Societies of the American Southeast (MS, 1966).
ABO Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn: An Analysis of a Series of Cases from the Milwaukee Blood Center (MS, 1968).
Prehistory of Jamaica: A Ceramic Study (MS, 1968).