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James Strawn

UGA Arch
Research Interests:

Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene North America; Southeastern United States; Hunter-Gatherers; Geoarchaeology; Lithic Technology; Human-environmental Interaction; Site formation; Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Selected Publications:

Strawn, J. L., Miller, D. S., Anderson, D. T., & Carmody, S. B. (2023). Early Holocene landscape use in the upper Tombigbee River valley. Southeastern Archaeology.

Anderson, D. T., Strawn, J. L., Brookes, S. O., & Miller, D. S. (2022). A Summary of Paleoindian and Early Archaic Research in Mississippi. The American Southeast at the End of the Ice Age, p.128.

Strawn, J. L. (2019). A geoarchaeological analysis of the 2017 excavations at the Hester site (22MO569). Masters Thesis, Mississippi State University.


B.A., Anthropology, Mississippi State University, 2015

M.A., Applied Anthropology, Mississippi State University, 2019
Thesis: A Geoarchaeological Analysis of the 2017 Excavations at the Hester Site(22MO569)

Articles Featuring James Strawn
Wednesday, January 25, 2023 - 1:34pm

The new article from James Strawn and colleagues, Early Holocene landscape use in the upper Tombigbee River valley, will be released in the next issue of Southeastern Archaeology. An online version of the article can be accessed…

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