Doctoral Candidate

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RESEARCH GRANTS

2018 Domestic Travel Award, UGA Graduate School, $650
2018 Norm Herz Small Grant, Center for Archaeological Sciences, $540 2017 University of Georgia Domestic Travel Grant, $200

AWARDS

2018 Hamilton Lokey Graduate Scholarship, University of Georgia, $4,000
2017 Hamilton Lokey Graduate Scholarship, University of Georgia, $4,000
2016 Winner, Society for American Archaeology Ethics Bowl Team Competition 2016 Hamilton Lokey Graduate       Scholarship, University of Georgia, $4,000
2015 Hamilton Lokey Graduate Scholarship, University of Georgia, $4,000
2014 Newmont Gold Geology Field School Scholarship, $1,000*
2013 Brian Daniel Gumbert Award for Archaeological Excellence in the Field, $500

PUBLICATIONS (UNDER REVIEW/IN PREP)
Thompson, Victor D., William H. Marquardt, Karen J. Walker, Isabelle H. Lulewicz, Mike Savarese, Lee Newsom, Amanda Roberts Thompson, and Nathan Lawres,
n.d. The Chronology and Construction of Water Courts at Mound Key, Capital of the Calusa Kingdom. To be submitted to Science.

Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Neill Wallis, and Victor D. Thompson. n.d. Season of the Mound Builders: Shellfish Collection and Mound Construction at the Garden Patch Site, Gulf Coast Florida, USA. To be submitted to Journal of Archaeological Sciences.

Lulewicz, Isabelle H. n.d. Big Deer: Ecological Contexts and the Movement of Food throughout Mississippian Georgia. To be submitted to Journal of Ethnobiology.

PUBLICATIONS (* Denotes Peer-Reviewed Articles)

Carla S. Hadden, Kathy M. Loftis, Alexander Cherkinsky, Brandon T. Ritchison, Isabelle H. Lulewicz and Victor Thompson. n.d. Radiocarbon in marsh periwinkle (Littorina irrorata) shell carbonate and conchiolin: applications for archaeology. Under Review – Radiocarbon.

*Robert J. Speakman, Carla S. Hadden, Matthew H. Colvin, Justin Cramb, K.C. Jones, Travis W. Jones, Isabelle H. Lulewicz, Katharine G. Napora, Katherine L. Reinberger, Brandon T. Ritchison, Alexandra R. Edwards, Victor D. Thompson. 2018 Market Share and Recent Hiring Trends and Trajectories in Anthropology Faculty Positions. PLOS ONE 13(9). e0202528.

*Victor D. Thompson, Chester B. DePratter, Jacob Lulewicz, Isabelle H. Lulewicz, Amanda D. Roberts Thompson, Justin Cramb, Brandon Ritchison, Matthew H. Colvin. 2018 The Archaeology and Remote Sensing of Santa Elena’s Four Millennia of Occupation.Remote Sensing 10:248; doi: 10.3390/rs10020248

*Robert J. Speakman, Carla S. Hadden, Matthew H. Colvin, Justin Cramb, K.C. Jones, Travis W. Jones, Corbin L. Kling, Isabelle Lulewicz, Katharine G. Napora, Katherine L. Reinberger, Brandon T. Ritchison, Maria Jose Rivera-Araya, April K. Smith, Victor D. Thompson. 2018 Choosing a Path to the Ancient World in a Modern Market: The Reality of Faculty Jobs in Archaeology. American Antiquity 83(1):1–12. Society for American Archaeology Paper of the Month, March 2018.

*Lulewicz, Isabelle H, Thompson, Victor D., Pluckhahn, Thomas J., Das, Oindrila, and Fred T. Andrus2018 Exploring Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Habitat Collection via Oxygen Isotope Geochemistry and its Implications for Ritual and Mound Construction at Crystal River and Roberts Island, Florida. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 13(3):338-404.

*Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor D. Thompson, Justin Cramb, and Bryan Tucker
2017 Oyster Paleoecology and Native America Subsistence Practices on Ossabaw Island, Georgia, U.S.A. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 15:282 – 289.

PUBLICATIONS (BOOK REVIEWS)

Lulewicz, Isabelle H. 2017 Review of Gathering at Silver Glen: Community and History in Late Archaic Florida by Zachary I. Gilmore and Constructing Histories: Archaic Freshwater Shell Mounds and Social Landscapes of the St. Johns River Florida by Asa R. Randall. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 27(2):584 – 586.

TECHNIAL REPORTS

Thompson, Victor D., Chester B. DePratter, Jacob Lulewicz, Isabelle Lulewicz, Brandon Ritchison, Amanda Thompson, Matthew Colvin, and Justin Cramb 2018 Mapping Four Millennia of Occupation at Santa Elena, Parris Island, South Carolina.Report Submitted to the United States Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, South Carolina.

Lulewicz, Isabelle H. 2016 The Large Body Size of White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) at the Irene Mound Site (9CH1), Chatham County. Manuscript No. 1458, Georgia Archaeological Site File, University of Georgia, Athens.

Thompson, Victor D., Matthew Colvin, Isabelle Lulewicz, Jake Lulewicz, Katherine Napora, Brandon Ritchison. 2016 Shallow Geophysical Survey of Farmer’ Bottom Site, 9ST62, Chattooga River Ranger District, Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, Stephens County, Georgia. Report submitted to USDA Forest Service Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests 1755 Cleveland Hwy Gainesville, GA 30501

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION (PRESENTATIONS) *INVITED Organized Sessions

Lulewicz, Isabelle H. and Justin Cramb
2019 [Forthcoming, 4/11] Zooarchaeology and Technology: Case Studies and Applications. Society for American Archaeology, Albuquerque, NM.

Presentations

Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor Thompson, William Marquardt, and Karen Walker
2019 [Forthcoming, 4/11] A Combined Bayesian and Zooarchaeological Approach to Understanding Local Histories of Socio-Ecological Adaptation in Southwestern Florida, USA. Paper to be presented at the Society for American Archaeology, Albuquerque, NM.

Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor Thompson, William Marquardt, and Karen Walker
2018 A Bayesian Perspective on Socio-Ecological Dynamics at the Pineland Site Complex (8LL33), Gulf Coast Florida. Paper to be presented at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Augusta, GA.

Thompson, Victor, William Marquardt, Karen Walker, Isabelle H. Lulewicz, Mike Savarese, Lee Newsom, Amanda Roberts Thompson, and Nathan Lawres 2018 The Chronology and Construction of Water Courts at Mound Key, the Capital of the Calusa Kingdom. Paper to be presented at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Augusta, GA.

Hadden, Carla S., Alexander Cherkinsky, Brandon T. Ritchison, Isabelle H. Lulewicz, and Victor Thompson 2018 Carbon Isotopes in the Marsh Snail Littorina irrorata and Implications for Radiocarbon Dating. Paper presented at the 23rd International Radiocarbon Conference in Trondheim, Norway.

Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor D. Thompson, and Neill Wallis 2018 Season of the Mound Builders: Shellfish Collection and Mound Construction at the Garden Patch Site, Gulf Coast Florida, USA. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC

Speakman Robert J., Carla S. Hadden, Matthew H. Colvin, Justin Cramb, K.C. Jones, Travis W. Jones, Isabelle Lulewicz, Katharine G. Napora, Katherine L. Reinberger, Brandon T. Ritchison, Alexandra R. Edwards, and Victor D. Thompson 2018 The Reality of Faculty Jobs in Archaeology. Poster presented at the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC

Lulewicz, Isabelle H. 2017 Big Deer: Regional Movement of Food Across the Deep South. Paper presented at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Ritchison, Brandon R., Isabelle H. Lulewicz, and Victor D. Thompson
2017 Investigating the Usefulness of Marsh Periwinkle (Littorina irrorate) for Radiocarbon Dating. Poster presented at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Speakman Robert J., Carla S. Hadden, Matthew H. Colvin, Justin Cramb, K.C. Jones, Travis W. Jones, Isabelle Lulewicz, Katharine G. Napora, Katherine L. Reinberger, Brandon T. Ritchison, Alexandra R. Edwards, and Victor D. Thompson 2017 The Reality of Faculty Jobs in Archaeology. Poster presented at the Plains Anthropological Association Conference.

*Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor D. Thompson, and Thomas Pluckhahn
2017 Shell Mound Architecture and Cooperative Mass Oyster Collection on the Central Gulf Coast of Florida, USA. Paper presented in the session Archaeological Perspectives on the Evolution of Forager Cooperation. Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor D. Thompson, Justin Cramb, and Bryan Tucker
2016 Oyster Paleoecology and Native Subsistence Practices on Ossabaw Island, Georgia. Paper presented at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Athens, GA.

*Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor D. Thompson, and Thomas Pluckhahn 2016 From Habitat Exploitation to Monument Construction: Exploring the Nature of Shell Deposits at Crystal River and Roberts Island through Stable Isotope Geochemistry, Paper presented in the session Terraforming and Monumentality in Hunter-Gatherer-Fisher Landscapes, Society for American Archaeology Conference, Orlando, FL.

Lulewicz, Isabelle H., Victor D. Thompson, and Thomas Pluckhahn 2015 Exploring Oyster (Crassostrea Virginica) Habitat Collection via Oxygen Isotope Sclerochronology at Crystal River and Roberts Island, Florida. Paper presented at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Nashville, TN.

Education:

2015-   Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia

2015    B.S. Geology, University of Georgia

2015    B.A. Anthropology, University of Georgia

Research Areas:
Research Interests:

Florida Gulf Coast, Georgia Coast, Archaeological Science, Stable Isotope Geochemistry Environmental Isotope Geochemistry, Zooarchaeology, Complex Hunter-Fisher-Gatherers, Historical Ecology, Paleoenvironmental reconstruction, Small-scale coastal economies, Climate Change, Economic Anthropology, Geoarchaeology, Archaeometry, Geological Applications in Archaeology, Cooperation and Collective Action

My dissertation research uses bayesian analyses of radiocarbon dates, zooarchaeological anaylese of vertebrate and invertebrate remains, and stable isotope geochemistry to examine how shifts in coastal economies were linked to environmental and climatic change among Native American communities of the Florida Gulf Coast AD 1000 - 1500.