CULTURAL LANDSCAPES AND HERITAGE VALUES SYMPOSIUM
For details on the MSU Campus Archaeology Program Session, titled Universities as Examples of Cultural Heritage Planning, Understanding Landscapes, and Being Sustainable, see this blog post. All talks were presented at the Cultural Heritage and Landscape Values Conference. UMass Amherst Center for Heritage and Society. May 14, 2015.
Created Landscapes, Managing Heritage, Being Sustainable, and Learning from the Past: A Land Grant University and Its Campus Archaeology Program. Lynne Goldstein.
How the Michigan State University Campus Archaeology Program Has Examined Sustainability Through Time. Nicole Geske, Lisa Bright, and Amy Michael.
Understanding and Predicting Gendered Space on the Historic Campus at Michigan State University. Amy Michael and Josh Burbank.
What Does it Mean to be Sacred? Campus Archaeology, Authenticity and the Sacred Space of MSU. Katy Meyers Emery.
Reading between the Lines: How MSU Campus Archaeology Evaluates the Past. Blair Zaid and Kate Frederick.
PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS
Campus as Laboratory: An Oral History of MSU’s Campus Archaeology Program. Autumn Painter and Alice Lynn McMichael, presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference, October 2019.
Historic Cuisine On the Go: A Campus Archaeology Program and MSU Food Truck Collaboration. Autumn Painter and Susan Kooiman, presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference. October 5, 2018.
Archaeology Along the Banks of the Red Cedar: Summary of 2018 Riverbank Survey. Jeffrey Painter, Autumn Painter, and Jack Biggs, presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference. October 5, 2018.
Capturing Campus Cuisine: An 1860s Luncheon Reconstruction at MSU. Susan Kooiman and Autumn Painter, presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference. October 21, 2017.
Michigan State University’s Campus Archaeology Program: What We’ve Done and What We’ve Learned. Lynne Goldstein, presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference. November 6, 2015.
The Only Thing Constant is Change: Maintaining Continuity in the MSU Campus Archaeology Program. Bright, Lisa, Katy Meyers Emery, and Kate Frederick, presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference. November 6, 2015.
More Than Just Nightsoil: Preliminary Findings from Michigan State University’s First Privy. Bright, Lisa, Katy Meyers Emery and Amy Michaels, poster presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference. November 6, 2015.
Digital Public Archaeology Reconsidered: Lessons from Michigan State University’s Campus Archaeology Program. Lynne Goldstein, presented at the Society for American Archaeology. April 17, 2015.
Social Media for Engagement, Communication, and Collaboration: The MSU Campus Archaeology Program. Katy Meyers and Lynne Goldstein. Invited presentation for the Midwest Historic Archaeology Conference. September 28, 2014.
The Heart of MSU’s Campus: Investigation of MSU’s Changing Landscape, Identity and Priorities. 2013, Sabrina Perlman and Katy Meyers, poster presented at the MSU Graduate Academic Conference, East Lansing, MI.
Teaching Archaeology via Campus Archaeology: What Have We Learned? Lynne Goldstein, presented at the Midwest Archaeological Conference, October 18, 2012.
“Green from the Beginning”: Documenting Sustainability Practices Through Time at MSU. 2012, Amy Michaels and Jen Bengston, poster presented at MSU Graduate Academic Conference, East Lansing, MI.
Dusting off our Past: Campus Archaeology and Research Methods. 2012, Kristin Sewell, Katy Meyers, and Lynne Goldstein, poster presented at MSU Graduate Academic Conference, East Lansing, MI.
What’s for Supper? Food Preference and Availablity at the Agricultural College of the State of Michigan, 2011, Grace Krause, poster presented at Midwest Historical Archaeology Conference. East Lansing, Michigan.
Teaching Archaeology and Community Engagement Through Blogging: A Public Archaeology Field School Project at Michigan State University, 2011, Terry P. Brock, presented at Society for American Archaeology Conference, Sacramento, California.
Social Media as Public Archaeology, 2011, Terry P. Brock and Sarah Nohe presented at Society for American Archaeology Conference, Sacramento, California.
Connecting Campus to Campus Archaeology: Using Digital Social Media for Community Outreach and Engagement, 2010, Terry P. Brock and Lynne Goldstein, Poster presented at the Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Amelia Island, Florida.
Connecting Campus to Archaeology: Using Digital Social Media for Community Outreach and Engagement. Terry P. Brock and Lynne Goldstein.
Department of Anthropology Undergraduate Research Symposium
A Corner Through the Ages: The Archaeology of the Toolan Family Homestead. Poster presented by Alexis Cupp and Reid Ellefson-Frank.
University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum
Analyzing Construction Nails Excavated from MSU’s Station Terrace Site. Poster presented by Kaleigh Perry.
Sustainability at the Brody Landfill. Poster presented by Desirée Quinn.
Learning from Landfills. Poster presented by Cooper Duda.Testing Seed Longevity via MSU Campus Archaeology. Applying Beal’s Method to Historic Raspberry Seeds. Oral presentation by Rebecca Albert.
Visualizing MSU’s Campus Archaeology Excavations with Geographic Information Systems. Poster presented by Jasmine Smith.
Glass from the Past: Glass Laboratory Equipment Unearthed on MSU’s Campus. Poster presented by Jasmine Smith.
Making My Mark at MSU: Maker’s Marks. Poster presented by Pa Vang
Making Scents Of The Past. Poster presented by Alissa Lyon