Curriculum Vitae Evan Peacock, rpa department of Anthropology & Middle Eastern Cultures P. O. Box Ar mississippi State, ms 39762



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Curriculum Vitae
Evan Peacock, RPA

Department of Anthropology & Middle Eastern Cultures

P.O. Box AR

Mississippi State, MS 39762

662-325-1663; peacock@anthro.msstate.edu
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Evolutionary theory, environmental archaeology, public archaeology, palaeoecology, historical and human ecology, environmental history, mollusks, microartifacts, lithics, prehistoric ceramics, prehistoric and historic settlement patterns, methodology, heritage management, prehistoric and contemporary land management practices, interdisciplinary studies.
EDUCATION
1999 - Ph.D. in Archaeology, University of Sheffield, England. Thesis, Freshwater Mussels as Indicators of Prehistoric Human Environmental Impact in the Southeastern United States.
1990 - M.Sc. With Distinction in Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy, University of Sheffield. Dissertation, Archaeology and Environmental Reconstruction at Two Interglacial Sites, Eastern England.
1988 - B.A. in Anthropology, summa cum laude, Mississippi State University (MSU).
University Workshops/Certifications:
2016 – Active Shooter Response Training

2016 – Information Security Training Program

2015 – Responsible Conduct of Research

2014 – InDesign

2013 – Blackboard Learn

2013 – Laboratory Liability

2012 – pXRF Workshop

2012 – Conflict of Interest

2011 – Workflow and XTender

2011 – Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning (CAPP)

2010 – Responsible Conduct of Collaborative Research

2009 – Graduate Coordinator Workshop

2007 – Citation Search

2001, 2007, 2013 – Internal Review Board


Federal/State Training Courses:
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Archaeological Sites and Section 106: Identification and Evaluation



U.S. Forest Service

Applying the NEPA Process/Writing Effective NEPA Documents

Assessing the Archaeological Significance of Historical Sites

Systematic Development of Informed Consent

Forest Plan Implementation

Introduction to GIS Using Arc View

Cartography Training for GIS Users

GIS Using ARC/INFO




Training (cont.)
National Park Service

Geophysics Workshop, Spiro Mounds State Park



Mississippi Association of Professional Archaeologists

Section 106 Workshop, Terry Klein, SRI Foundation


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
2010 – present Professor of Anthropology, MSU

2004 - 2010 Associate Professor of Anthropology, MSU

1999 - 2004 Assistant Professor of Anthropology, MSU

1999 – present Senior Research Associate, Cobb Institute of Archaeology, MSU

1997 - 1999 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology, MSU.

1994 - 1999 District Archaeologist, Acting Planning Team Leader (1998), Tombigbee Ranger District, US Forest Service

1993 - 1994 Consulting Archaeologist, Panamerican Consultants, Inc., Tuscaloosa, Alabama

1992 - 1993 Zone Archaeologist, Tombigbee and Holly Springs Ranger Districts, US Forest Service

1991 - 1992 Staff Archaeologist, Panamerican Consultants, Inc., Tuscaloosa, Alabama

1990 - 1991 Research Assistant, Forest Products Laboratory, MSU

1984 - 1988 Lab Worker, Cobb Institute of Archaeology, MSU (part-time)

1979 - 1983 Electronics Technician, US Air Force


TEACHING EXPERIENCE


  • Undergraduate Classes

Introduction to Anthropology

Introduction to Archaeology

North American Indians

Rise of Civilization

Artifact Analysis

Field Methods in Archaeology: Excavation




  • Split-Level Undergraduate/Graduate Classes

Public Archaeology


  • Graduate Classes

Environmental Archaeology

Readings in Archaeology: Theory

Readings in Archaeology: Applications

Professionalization in Applied Anthropology



Graduate Internship/Thesis Oversight
Major advisor for completed theses:
Sarah Skibinski 2016 Testing the Seep Spring Hypothesis: Paleoclimate and Settlement Patterns of the Mississippian to Protohistoric Periods in the Mississippi Black Prairie
Sarah Gilleland 2016 Investigating Late Woodland-Period Aquatic Catchments through Freshwater Mussel Assemblage Composition
Tiffany Raymond 2016 Testing for a Functional Relationship between Shell Rings and Flood-Prone Environments in the Yazoo Basin of the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley
Theses (cont.)
Katy M. Manning 2015 Investigating “Lithic Scatter” Variability: Space, Time, and Form
Jesse Morton 2015 The “Isolated Find” Concept and Its Consequences in Public Archaeology
Joseph Mitchell 2012 Addressing Sample Bias and Representativeness at the Kinlock Site (22SU526): A Freshwater Mussel Shell Ring in the Mississippi Delta
Lauren Lowrey Alford 2011 Were They or Weren’t They? A Study of Possible Sedentariness Using Faunal Indicators at a Coastal Thom’s Creek Site (38CH1693)
Jason Alan Kennedy 2011 Disturbance and Its Effects on Archaeological Significance and Integrity
William L. MacNeill 2010 Abandonment of Historic Sites in Kemper and Lauderdale Counties, Mississippi
Sarah Mistak-Caughron 2009 Climatic Variability at Modoc Rock Shelter (Illinois) and Watson Brake

(Louisiana): Biometric and Isotopic Evidence from Archaeological Freshwater Mussel Shell
Robert McCain 2009 Stable Carbon Isotope and Niche Breadth Analysis of Animal Bone from Pocahontas Mounds (22HI500) and Lyon's Bluff (22OK520)
Lorien Elmore 2008 Energy Expenditure and Mortuary Practices at Lyon’s Bluff, 22OK520: An Evolutionary Approach
Weston Bacon-Schulte 2008 The Selection for Sedentary Settlement Patterns in East-Central Mississippi
Scott Bierly 2008 Terminal Occupation Community Patterns at Lyon’s Bluff (22OK520) in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi: Sedimentological, Molluscan, Artifactual, and Geophysical Evidence
Jennifer Seltzer 2007 Determining the Presence of Cultural Bias in Wood Charcoal from Lyon’s Bluff (22OK520), a Mound Center in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
Jason Parrish 2006 An Archaeological Investigation of Four Woodland-Period Sites in the North Central Hills Physiographic Region of Mississippi: 22CH653, 22WI536, 22WI588, and 22WI670
Jeffrey Alvey 2003 A Study of Middle Archaic Site Function, Seasonality, and Occupational Intensity in the Uplands of Northeast Mississippi: The Trice Site, 22LE827
1999 - Lecturer, MSU, Spring Semester - Introduction to Anthropology
1997 - Lecturer, MSU, Spring Semester and 1st Summer Term. Environmental Archaeology, Field Techniques in Archaeology
1995-96 - Teaching Assistant/Tutor, Anthropology and Archaeology of the Earliest Humans and Europe since the Ice Age. Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield
1995 - Lecturer, MSU, Spring Semester. Introduction to Anthropology
1990 - 1999 - Occasional guest lecturer in Introduction to Archaeology, Public Archaeology, and North American Archaeology, MSU
October 1991 - March 1992; May 2002 - Instructor for Cultural Resources Awareness Training, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Mississippi
FIELD and CONTRACTING EXPERIENCE

Numerous surveys, excavations, and mapping projects in rural and municipal settings. Director of MSU’s archaeological excavation field school (1999-2009, 2013) at various prehistoric sites in north Mississippi and the Poverty Point site, Louisiana. Supervisor of academic, joint professional/avocational and commercial field projects with crews of up to 25 people at the Phase I, II, and III levels in Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, the Bahamas, and Israel. Analysis of prehistoric and historic-period artifacts. Proposal and budget preparation, consultation with descendant groups, conducting background research via land records, state site files and the archaeological literature, report writing in various formats, and curation of collections. Experienced with Section 106, NHPA, NEPA, ARPA, other historic preservation laws, National Register nomination process, predictive modeling, and research designs. Consultant for molluscan analysis, especially terrestrial gastropods and freshwater mussels.




HONORS, AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


  • MSU College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Research Award in Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2016

  • MSU Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award Nominee 2015

  • MSU Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award Finalist 2013

  • MSU College of Arts & Sciences Researcher of the Month, September 2012

  • MSU StatePride Faculty Award, 2010

  • Keynote Speaker, Mid-South Archaeological Conference, Rhodes College, Memphis, 2010

  • MSU College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Research Award in Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2008

  • Book Mississippi Archaeology Q & A nominated for Society for American Archaeology public education book award, 2007

  • Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom Overseas Research Student Award, 1995-98

  • University of Sheffield Research Student Bursary, 1995-98

  • US Forest Service Certificate of Merit, 1993, 1998, 1999; Certificate of Appreciation 1995, 1999

  • M.Sc. With Distinction, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield, 1990

  • Member, National Lambda Alpha Anthropological Honors Society

  • National Lambda Alpha 13th Annual Charles R. Jenkins National Scholarship Award, 1988

  • summa cum laude graduate, MSU 1988

  • E. B. McCool Scholarship, 1986-88

  • MSU Academic Scholarship, 1985-88

  • MSU Society of Scholars

  • MSU Honors Program, 1986-88

  • Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Honorary Society

  • Sigma Xi Scientific Research Association


PUBLICATIONS
In press. Peacock, Evan, Sarah K. Gilleland, Mary Madden, and Richard A. Weinstein

Different Methods, Different Results: Analysis of a Gastropod Assemblage from Site 41HM61, Hamilton County, Texas. Plains Anthropologist.



In press. Peacock, Evan. The Lyon’s Bluff Site. Entry for The Mississippi Encyclopedia. University Press of Mississippi.
In press. Peacock, Evan. Mussel Shell Analysis from the 1990-1991 Salvage. In The Oliver Site (22-Co-503), Coahoma County, Mississippi: Collected Papers, edited by John M. Connaway, Jay K. Johnson, and Patricia Galloway. Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Publications (cont.)
2017 Peacock, Evan, Joseph Mitchell, and Cliff Jenkins. Pre-Columbian Freshwater Mussel Assemblages from the Tallahatchie River in the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Basin, USA. American Malacological Bulletin. In press.
2016 Mitchell, Joseph, Evan Peacock, and Shon Myatt. Sampling to Redundancy in an Applied Zooarchaeology: A Case Study from a Freshwater Shell Ring in the Mississippi Delta, Southeastern USA. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 5:499-508
2016 Peacock, Evan. Development and Applications of a Minimally Destructive Method of Sourcing Shell via LA-ICP-MS.  In 20 Year Retrospective of National Center for Preservation Technology and Training Sponsored Archeology, edited by Tad Britt, pp. 61-71. National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. In press.
2016 Peacock, Evan, and Irvy R. Quitmyer. Pre-Columbian Foraging in Stable, Inland Environments: An Archaeological Example from the Tombigbee River Drainage, Mississippi and Alabama. Journal of Ethnobiology 36(2):294-311.
2016 Peacock, Evan. Prehistoric Molluscan Faunas of the Mississippi Black Prairie. In Southeastern Grasslands: Natural History, Conservation, and Management, edited by JoVonn Hill and John Barone. University of Alabama Press. In press.
2016 Seltzer, Jennifer, and Evan Peacock. Reconstructing Prehistoric Prairie Habitat Types using Archaeological Data. In Southeastern Grasslands: Natural History, Conservation, and Management, edited by JoVonn Hill and John Barone. University of Alabama Press. In press.
2016 Peacock, Evan, Rinat Gabitov, Jonathan R. Frisch, Carla S. Hadden, Bradley Carlock, and Kate L. Henderson. LA-ICP-MS Chemical Analysis of Archaeological Otoliths as a Tool for Seasonality and Site Catchment Studies. Journal of Archaeological Science 65:11-19.
2015 Galloway, Patricia, and Evan Peacock (eds.). Exploring Southeastern Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Samuel O. Brookes. University Press of Mississippi.
2015 Peacock, Evan. Archaeology on the National Forests of North Mississippi: A Brief Retrospective. In Exploring Southeastern Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Samuel O. Brookes, edited by Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock, pp. 9-22.University Press of Mississippi.
2015 Peacock, Evan. Artifact Assemblages from Two Early Middle Woodland Tchula Period Sites on the Holly Springs National Forest, North Mississippi. In Exploring Southeastern Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Samuel O. Brookes, edited by Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock, pp.119-145. University Press of Mississippi.
2015 Peacock, Evan, and Patricia Galloway. Introductory Remarks. In Exploring Southeastern Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Samuel O. Brookes, edited by Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock, pp. 3-6. University Press of Mississippi.
2014 Mitchell, Joseph, and Evan Peacock. A Prehistoric Freshwater Mussel Assemblage from the Big Sunflower River, Sunflower County, Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 13(3):626-638.
2014 Peacock, Evan. “Boning Up” on Archaeological Significance. Anthropology 2(2):e121.


Publications (cont.)
2014 Peacock, Evan, Stuart W. McGregor, and Ashley A. Dumas. Behavioral, Environmental, and Applied Aspects of Molluscan Assemblages from the Lower Tombigbee River, Alabama., U.S.A. In Trends and Traditions in Southeastern Zooarchaeology, edited by Tanya M. Peres, pp. 186-211. University Press of Florida.
2014 Obituary for Richard Arling Marshall. Anthropology News, March/April 2014.
2013 Peacock, Evan, Amy Moe-Hoffman, Robert Scott, and Marvin D. Jeter. Prehistoric Freshwater Mussel Faunas from Bayou Bartholomew, Southeast Arkansas. Southeastern Archaeology 32(1):1-13.
2013 Peacock, Evan, and Janet Rafferty. The Bet-Hedging Model as an Explanatory Framework for the Evolution of Mound Building in the Southeastern United States. In Beyond Barrows: Current Research on the Structuration and Perception of the Prehistoric Landscape through Monuments, edited by David R. Fontijn, Arjan Louwen, and Karsten Wentink, pp. 253-278. Sidestone Press.
2012 Peacock, Evan. Archaeological Freshwater Mussel Remains and Their Use in the Conservation of an Imperiled Fauna. In Conservation Biology and Applied Zooarchaeology, edited by Steve Wolverton and R. Lee Lyman, pp. 42-67. University of Arizona Press.
2012 Peacock, Evan, Charles R. Randklev, Steve Wolverton, Ronald A. Palmer, and Sarah Zaleski. The “Cultural Filter,” Human Transport of Mussel Shell, and the Applied Potential of Zooarchaeological Data. Ecological Applications 22(5):1446-1459.
2011 Peacock, Evan, Cliff Jenkins, Paul F. Jacobs, and Joseph Greenleaf. Archaeology and Biogeography of Prehistoric Freshwater Mussel Shell in Mississippi. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2297. Archaeopress.
2011 Seltzer, Jennifer L., and Evan Peacock. Determining the Season of Mississippian House Construction from Plant Impressions in Daub. Southeastern Archaeology 30(1):123-133.
2010 Peacock, Evan, Philip J. Carr, Sarah E. Price, John Underwood, William L. Kingery, and Michael Lilly. Confirmation of an Archaic-Period Mound in Southwest Mississippi. Southeastern Archaeology 29(2):355-369.
2010 Parkinson, William A., Evan Peacock, Ronald A. Palmer, Yunju Xia, Bradley Carlock, Attila Gyucha, Richard W. Yerkes, and Michael L. Galaty. LA-ICP-MS on Ceramic Incrustation Indicates Long-Term Cultural Continuity in the Prehistoric Carpathian Basin. Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia 38(2):64-70.
2010 Peacock, Evan, and Cliff Jenkins. The Distribution and Research Value of Archaeological Mussel Shell: An Overview from Mississippi. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 35(1):91-116.
2010 Peacock, Evan, Ronald A. Palmer, Yunju Xia, Weston Bacon-Schulte, Bradley Carlock, and Jennifer Smith. Chemical Sourcing of a Prehistoric Freshwater Shell Artifact Using Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry. Archaeology of Eastern North America 38:91-99.
2009 Jacobs, Paul, Evan Peacock, and Joseph Greenleaf. An Extensible Freshwater Mussel Biogeography Database for Mississippi using Archaeological Data. Abstracts of the National Shellfisheries Association 101st Annual Meeting, March 22-26, Savannah, Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 28(3):705.


Publications (cont.)
2009 Peacock, Evan. Freshwater Mussel Biogeography in the Tombigbee River Drainage as Revealed by Archaeological Shell. Abstracts of the National Shellfisheries Association 101st Annual Meeting, March 22-26, Savannah, Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 28(3):719.
2009 Peacock, Evan. Review of An Investigation of the Common Cockle (Cerastoderma edule (L)): Collection Practices at the Kitchen Midden Sites of Norsminde and Krabbesholm, Denmark, by Eva M. Laurie. Journal of Archaeological Science 36(4):1100-1101.
2009 Peacock, Evan. Review of Zooarchaeology, 2nd ed., by Elizabeth J. Reitz and Elizabeth S. Wing. Journal of Archaeological Science 36(1):186.
2009 Peacock, Evan, and James K. Feathers. AMS Radiocarbon Dating of Temper in Shell-Tempered Ceramics: Test Cases from Mississippi, Southeastern U.S.A. American Antiquity 74(2):351-369.
2009 Peacock, Evan, and Jennifer L. Seltzer. Corrigendum to “A Comparison of Multiple Proxy Data Sets for Paleoenvironmental Conditions as Derived from Freshwater Bivalve (Unionid) Shell.” Journal of Archaeological Science 36(1):187.
2009 Rafferty, Janet, and Evan Peacock. Frequency Seriation and Settlement Patterning: A Response to McNutt. Southeastern Archaeology 28(2):271-274.
2008 Feathers, James, and Evan Peacock. The Origins and Spread of Shell-Tempered Ceramics in the Eastern Woodlands: Conceptual and Methodological Frameworks for Analysis. Southeastern Archaeology 27(2):286-293.
2008 Peacock, Evan. Paleoenvironmental Modeling in the Lower Mississippi River Valley: Past and Future Approaches. In Time’s River: Archaeological Syntheses in the Lower Mississippi River Valley, edited by Janet Rafferty and Evan Peacock, pp. 69-98. University of Alabama Press.
2008 Peacock, Evan. Review of Hunting for Hides: Deerskins, Status, and Cultural Change in the Protohistoric Appalachians, by Heather A. Lapham. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 54(1 and 2):61-63.
2008 Peacock, Evan. Review of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Volume 6: Ethnicity, edited by Celeste Ray. Journal of Mississippi History 70(1):112-113.
2008 Peacock, Evan, Stephen Michael Davis, and Timothy M. Ryan. Microdebitage Analysis at a Prehistoric Site in Grenada County, Mississippi. Pp. 49-66 in Mississippi Archaeology 43(1), whole volume, “Archaeological Investigations at the Pinnix Site (22GR795): A Prehistoric “Lithic Scatter” in the North Central Hills of Mississippi,” compiled by Evan Peacock.
2008 Peacock, Evan, James K. Feathers, Jeffrey Alvey, and Keith Baca. Space, Time and Form at the Pinnix Site (22GR795): A “Lithic Scatter” in the North Central Hills of Mississippi. Pp. 67-106 in Mississippi Archaeology 43(1), whole volume, “Archaeological Investigations at the Pinnix Site (22GR795): A Prehistoric “Lithic Scatter” in the North Central Hills of Mississippi,” compiled by Evan Peacock.
2008 Peacock, Evan, and Jochen Gerber. Using Land Snails and Freshwater Mussels to Chart Human Transformation of the Landscape: An Example from Northeast Mississippi, U.S.A. In Case Studies in Environmental Archaeology, 2nd edition, edited by Elizabeth J. Reitz, C. Margaret Scarry, and Sylvia J. Scudder, pp. 123-141. Springer Science Business Media.

Publications (cont.)
2008 Peacock, Evan, and S. Homes Hogue. A Qualification Concerning Beck et al.’s (2006) Mention of a Possible Soto-Era Artifact from the Lyon’s Bluff Site (22OK520), Mississippi. Southeastern Archaeology 27(1):144.
2008 Peacock, Evan, and Katy M. Manning. Analysis of Chert and Sandstone at the Pinnix Site (22GR795), Grenada County, Mississippi. Pp. 1-34 in Mississippi Archaeology 43(1), whole volume, “Archaeological Investigations at the Pinnix Site (22GR795): A Prehistoric “Lithic Scatter” in the North Central Hills of Mississippi,” compiled by Evan Peacock.
2008 Peacock, Evan, and Sarah Mistak. Freshwater Mussel (Unionidae) Remains from the Bilbo Basin Site, Mississippi, U.S.A.: Archaeological Considerations and Resource Management Implications. Archaeofauna: International Journal of Zooarchaeology 17:9-20.
2008 Peacock, Evan, John Rodgers, Kevin Bruce, and Jessica Gray. Assessing the Pre-modern Tree Cover of the Ackerman Unit, Tombigbee National Forest, North Central Hills, MS, Using GLO Survey Notes and Archaeological Data. Southeastern Naturalist 7(2):245-266.
2008 Peacock, Evan, and Jennifer Seltzer. A Comparison of Multiple Proxy Data Sets for

Paleoenvironmental Conditions as Derived from Freshwater Bivalve (Unionid) Shell. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(9):2557-2565.


2008 Manning, Katy M., and Evan Peacock. Minimum Nodule Analysis, Lithic Refits, and Occupation Analysis at the Pinnix Site (22GR795), North Mississippi. Pp. 35-48 in Mississippi Archaeology 43(1), whole volume, “Archaeological Investigations at the Pinnix Site (22GR795): A Prehistoric “Lithic Scatter” in the North Central Hills of Mississippi,” compiled by Evan Peacock.
2008 Rafferty, Janet, and Evan Peacock. The Spread of Shell Tempering in the Mississippi Black Prairie. Southeastern Archaeology 27(2):253-264.
2008 Rafferty, Janet, and Evan Peacock (eds.). Time’s River: Archaeological Syntheses from the Lower Mississippi River Valley. University of Alabama Press.
2008 Rafferty, Janet, and Evan Peacock. Introduction: Reconsidering the Archaeology of the Lower Mississippi River Valley. In Time’s River: Archaeological Syntheses in the Lower Mississippi River Valley, edited by Janet Rafferty and Evan Peacock, pp. 1-7. University of Alabama Press.
2008 Rafferty, Janet, and Evan Peacock. Fording the River: Concluding Comments. In Time’s River: Archaeological Syntheses in the Lower Mississippi River Valley, edited by Janet Rafferty and Evan Peacock, pp. 426-432. University of Alabama Press.
2007 Peacock, Evan. Review of This Delta, This Land: An Environmental History of the Yazoo-Mississippi Floodplain, by Mikko Saikku. Mississippi Quarterly 60(1):228-229.
2007 Peacock, Evan. Review of The Native American World Beyond Apalachee, by John H. Hann. Florida Historical Quarterly 85(1):112-114.
2007 Peacock, Evan, Lauren Lowrey, S. Homes Hogue, James Barnett, and Janet Rafferty. Vertebrate and Invertebrate Remains from Early Nineteenth Century, Historic Indian Occupations in Central Mississippi: The Loper (22NE548) and Jackson’s Well (22AT512) Sites. Mississippi Archaeology 42(1):67-102.



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