Chaco Research Archive with colleagues from the University of Virginia.
Chaco Canyon Cross-Cutting. NASA DEVELOP Project with Jeffrey Luvall (NASA at NSSTC), Robert Griffin (University of Alabama in Huntsville), Tom Sever (University of Alabama in Huntsville), Tom Lincoln (National Park Service), Ruth Van Dyke (Binghamton University), and Steve Lekson (University of Colorado-Boulder).
Chaco Landscapes with colleagues from The University of Colorado, Boulder and SUNY-Binghamton, working to define and document Chacoan cultural landscape features and heritage resources in the San Juan Basin. Ohio Hopewell: Ancient Crossroads of the American Midwest
Ohio Hopewell: Ancient Crossroads of the American Midwestwith colleagues from University of Illinois at Chicago, the Field Museum, and Northwestern University researching and enhancing access to the legacy collections of Hopewell Culture artifacts at The Field Museum.
Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection with colleagues from Archaeology Southwest, the Salmon Ruins Museum, and The University of Virginia.Digital Native American and Indigenous Studies Project (DNAISP), Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Project Director: Jennifer Guiliano, Assistant Professor, IUPUI
- Heitman, C. (PI), Reed, P. (Co-PI). Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection. National Endowment for the Humanities, Humanities Collections and Reference Resources: $300,000 (2015-2018)
- Project Lead, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Humanities Without Walls, Global Midwest Pilot Grant: Ohio Hopewell—Prehistoric Crossroads of the American Midwest. $24,744 (2014-2015)
- Consultant, Chaco Landscapes, Rocky Mountain Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit Task Agreement Number: P14AC01703, Project #: UCOB-109. $94,599
- Layman Seed and New Directions Grant. $5921
Heitman, Carrie C. and Steve Plog. (editors) 2015. Chaco Revisited: New Research on the Prehistory of Chaco Canyon, NM. University of Arizona Press for the Amerind Studies in Archaeology Series.
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES & CHAPTER PUBLICATIONS
(n.d.) Heitman, Carrie C. “The Creation of Gender Bias in Museum Collections: Re-examiningArchaeological and Archival Collections from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.” Museum Anthropology. Accepted for publication on June 24, 2016.
(n.d.) Plog, Steve, Carrie C. Heitman, and Adam Watson. “Key Dimensions of the Prehistoric Cultural Trajectories of Chaco Canyon.” Accepted for The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the American Southwest, edited by Severin Fowles and Barbara J. Mills. Oxford University Press.(2016) Heitman, Carrie C. “‘A Mother for All the People’: Feminist Science and Chacoan Archaeology.” American Antiquity 81(3):
(2015) Heitman, Carrie C. “The House of Our Ancestors.” Chaco Revisited: New Research on the Prehistory of Chaco Canyon, NM, edited by Carrie C. Heitman and Stephen Plog. University of Arizona Press for the Amerind Studies in Archaeology Series.
(2015) Geib, Phil R. and Carrie C. Heitman. “The Relevance of Maize Pollen for Assessing the Extent of Maize Production in Chaco Canyon.” Chaco Revisited: New Research on the Prehistory of Chaco Canyon, NM, edited by Carrie C. Heitman and Stephen Plog. University of Arizona Press for the Amerind Studies in Archaeology Series.
(2010) Plog, Steve and Carrie Heitman. “Hierarchy and Social Inequality in the American Southwest, A.D. 800-1200.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(46):19619-19626.
(2007) Heitman, Carrie C. “Houses Great and Small: Re-evaluating the Construction of Hierarchy in Chaco Canyon, NM, A.D. 850-1180.” In The Durable House: Architecture, Ancestors and Origins, edited by Robin Beck. 22nd Annual Visiting Scholar Conference, Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.
Recent Conference Presentations:
(Upcoming) Carrie C. Heitman. “Theorizing the Archive and the Ethics of Open Access.” Invited paper to be presented in the Open Archaeology: The Ethics of Sharing Heritage symposium at the 8th World Archaeological Congress, August 28-September 2, 2016, Kyoto, Japan.
(2016) Carrie Heitman, Worthy Martin, and Steve Plog. “Legacy Records and Digital Innovation: The Chaco Research Archive and Beyond.” Invited paper presented in the What Do We Mean by “Digital Curation” symposium at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 9, 2016, Orlando, FL
(2016) Carrie C. Heitman and Paul Reed. “Expanding the Archive: The Creation of the Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection (SPARC).” Invited paper presented in the Globalizing the Field: Preserving and Creating Access to Archaeological Collections colloquium at the joint Archaeological Institute of America / Society for Classical Archaeology annual meeting, January 6, 2016, San Francisco, CA.
(2015) Krystal Britt, Carolyn Heitman, William Parkinson, Jamie Kelly and James Brown. Bringing the Past to the Public: The Ohio Hopewell Digital Initiative. Paper presented at the 59th Annual Midwest Archaeological Conference, November 6, 2015, Milwaukee, WI.
(2015) Carrie C. Heitman, Ruth Van Dyke, Steve Lekson. “Greater Chaco Landscape: Geospatial Data Collaboration and Integration.” Paper presented at the 88th Annual Pecos Conference, August 8, 2015, Mancos, CO.
(2015) Carrie C. Heitman. “Creating Communities of Collaboration Digital Archaeology and the Digital Humanities.” Paper presented in the Current Practice in Digital Public & Community Archaeology symposium at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 17, Austin, TX. Available online: http://digitalarchaeology.msu.edu/saa2015-session235/papers/
(2014) Carrie C. Heitman. Paper presented in the “Indigenous Archaeology” session at the 47th Annual Chacmool Archaeology Conference, Breaking Barriers. University of Calgary, November 10, 2014, Alberta, Canada.
(2014) Carrie C. Heitman. “Digital Hopewell?” Invited paper presented in the Mark Lynott, a Memorial Symposium at the 58th Annual Conference of the Midwest Archaeological Conference, Champaign, IL.
(2014) Carrie C. Heitman. “Ethnohistory in the age of “DH”: Intersecting Archives in the American Southwest .” Invited paper presented in the Program Committee Special Session, Digital Innovations in Ethnohistory: A Roundtable on Digital Humanities and the Future of Ethnohistory at the 60th annual meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Indianapolis, IN.
(2014) Carrie C. Heitman and Worthy N. Martin. “Open-Access Cultural Heritage Resources and Native American Stakeholders: A Case Study from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.” Poster presented at the annual Digital Humanities 2014 conference, Lausanne, Switzerland.
(2014) Carrie Heitman. “Facilitating Communities of Collaboration: A Case Study from the American Southwest.” Paper presented in Digital Communities in Action, Digital Heritage Conference at the University of York, UK.
(2014) Carrie C. Heitman. “Layered with Meaning: Mediating Social Integration though Architecture in Chaco Canyon.” Invited paper presented in the Integration and Disintegration: The Role of Public Architecture in the Prehispanic American Southwest symposium at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, TX.
(2013) Carrie C. Heitman. “Labor and Liturgy: Transforming the House.” Invited paper presented in the This Must be the Place: An Archaeology of Homemaking symposium at the 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL.
(2013) Carrie C. Heitman “Intersecting Archives: Examining Women's Leadership In Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.” Paper presented in the Gender and Leadership symposium at the Theoretical Archaeology Group Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
(2012) Carrie C. Heitman “The Creation of a Holy House: A Case Study from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, A.D. 800-1200.” Paper presented in the Holy Houses symposium at the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Memphis, TN.
(2012) Martin, Worthy, Steve Plog, Carrie Heitman Abigail Holeman, and Adam Watson. “Legacy Data, Digital Archives, and New Directions for Chaco CanyonArchaeology.” Invited paper presented in the New Methods, New Questions and New Data from Old Collections symposium at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, TN.
Introduction to Prehistory and Archaeology (ANTHRO 232)
Cultural Heritage of the American Southwest (ANTHRO 337/837)
The Anthropology of Death (ANTHRO 215)
Digital Anthropologies (ANTHRO 416/816)
Archaeological Field School