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Kitty F. Emery, Ph.D.

Curator of Environmental Archaeology
Florida Museum of Natural History, UF 117800, Gainesville, FL 32611
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CURRENT ACTIVITIES    
     
Curator, Environmental Archaeology:
Department of Natural History,
Florida Museum of Natural History,
University of Florida
conducting research in Mesoamerican environmental archaeology; curating and coordinating laboratory research on environmental archaeology collections from Florida, the Caribbean, and Latin America
     
Adjunct Professor, Archaeology:
Department of Anthropology, Latin American Studies Program, and the Land Use and Environmental Change Institute,
University of Florida
  teaching graduate courses and mentoring graduate and undergraduate research in environmental archaeology and zooarchaeology
     
Project Zooarchaeologist:
- El Aguacatal, Yucatan Mexico
- Piedras Negras, El Zotz, Seibal, Sierra Lacandon, Aguateca, El Mirador, Nakbe, El Florida, Flores, La Joyanca, Peten, Guatemala
- Urias and Kaminaljuyu, highland Guatemala
- Copan Acropolis, Honduras
  investigating ancient dietary, economic, and ritual use of animals at a variety of highland, lowland, and coastal Mesoamerican sites (Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico)
     
Director:
- Maya Ethnozoology Project
  studies of modern Maya practices related to animals including medicinal uses, ritual caching, and animal-related trash discard
     
Director:
- Proyecto Zooarqueologico del Area Maya
  regional survey of zooarchaeological remains to map ancient distributions and use patterns across the southern Maya lowlands and highlands
     
Sub-Project Director:
- Ecology and Environment Sub-Project: Motul de San Jose Archaeological Project, Peten, Guatemala
  multidisciplinary investigation of ancient environments and their economic control
     
Cultural Heritage Consultant:
- KIVU Nature Inc
- CND (Cultura y Naturaleza por Desarollo)
  advising on aspects of Canadian and Latin American cultural heritage management and traditional environmental knowledge for development
     
EDUCATION to top
     
Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, Advisor: Dr. John Henderson
Dissertation: The Maya Collapse: A Zooarchaeological Investigation
1993 - 1997
   
Master of Arts, Cornell University, Advisor: Dr. John Henderson
Concentration: Environmental Archaeology, Central America
  1992 - 1993
     
Master of Arts, University of Toronto, Advisor: Dr. Gary Crawford
Thesis: Postclassic and Colonial Period Dietary Strategies in the Southern Maya Lowlands: Faunal analyses from Lamanai and Tipu, Belize
  1987 - 1990
     
Honours Bachelor of Science, Trent University, Advisor: Dr. Paul F. Healy
Thesis: Variation in a Tropical Gastropod Population: Implications for Ancient Maya Lowland Subsistence Patterns
  1982 - 1986
     
SELECTED AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS to top
     
Wenner Gren Foundation
  2006
Heinz Foundation for Latin American Archaeology
  2005
National Science Foundation
  2005
Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc.
2004
FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Research Grant
  2003
FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Endowment for Environmental Archaeology
  2002
Potsdam Provost Grant for Teaching Development, Teaching Cluster Award
  2001, 2000
Potsdam Faculty-Undergraduate Research Award, Research and Creative Endeavors Award, and Grant Development Program Award   1999, 2000
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Grant   1998 – 1999
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship   1998 – 1999
Wenner-Gren Foundation Predoctoral Grant   1995 – 1996
Sigma Xi Grant-in-Aid of Research   1994
Cornell University Latin American Studies Program Research Award   1993
Social Sciences Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship   1992 – 1996
Cornell University Sage Doctoral Fellowship   1992 – 1996
Ontario Graduate Scholarship   1986 – 1987
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Research Award   1985
Trent University Scholarship   1982 – 1986
     
MEMBERSHIPS to top
     
Honorary
Who’s Who of American Teachers (nominated by former students - 2002); Phi Kappa Phi (Inducted 2001); American Association for the Advancement of Science (Invited 2001); Sigma Xi Society (Full Membership since 2000); Lambda Alpha Anthropological Honours Society (Inducted 1998)
 
Professional (and date of inception)
Association of Environmental Archaeology (2001); International Council of Zooarchaeology (1999); Canadian Archaeological Association (1999); Society for Archaeological Science (1994); Canadian Zooarchaeology (1994); Society for American Archaeology (1991); American Anthropological Association (1990)
     
EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS to top
     
Curator Florida Museum of Natural History  
Adjunct Professor   University of Florida, Dept. of Anthropology   2001 –present
         
Research   coordination of environmental archaeology research projects carried out by the EA Lab throughout the Americas; personal research in Mesoamerican environmental archaeology and zooarchaeology    
         
Curation   curation and growth of collections; coordination of grant and contract supported research by Environmental Archaeology personnel; coordination of student and visiting researcher activities; development of digital archives    
         
Teaching   graduate and undergraduate courses: Environmental Archaeology; Lessons from Ancient Environments; Maya Zooarchaeology, Zooarchaeology of Central America    
         
Service   Chair - Florida Museum University Teaching Committee 2007 - present (member 2005-2007)
Member - Latin American Studies Program Field Research Granting Committee (2005-2006)
Member - FLMNH Strategic Planning Committee, Research Sub-Committee (2002-2005)

   
         
Assistant Professor   State University of New York, College at Potsdam   1997 -2001
         
Teaching   Introduction to Archaeology; Ancient People and Places; Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America; Lessons from Ancient Environments; Environmental Archaeology; Zooarchaeology; Advanced Archaeological Research Methods; Anthropological Theory and Method; and various Independent Study and Tutorial courses    
         
Service   Co-Chair – Presidential College Reaccreditation Committee (Academic Programs and Support); Head – Department Honours Program development; Member - Standing Committee on Academic Policies and Standards, Museology Physical Anthropology and Linguistics Search Committees, Research and Creative Endeavors Granting Committee; Faculty Advisor – Anthropology Club    
         
Postdoctoral Fellow   Royal Ontario Museum   1998
    First stage creation of a GIS based CDRom encyclopedia entitled "Ancient Animals of Mesoamerica"
(Supervisors: Dr. D.M. Pendergast and Dr. A. Baker, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto)
   
         
Field Instructor   SUNY at Potsdam: Mesoamerican Environmental Archaeology   2000
    Motul de San Jose Archaeological Project: Mesoamerican Field Archaeology   1998
    Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala: Practicum de Campo; Zooarqueología   1994
         
Instructor   Cornell University: Lessons from the Archaeology of Ancient Peoples and Environments   Aug-Dec 1996
         
Teaching Assistant   Cornell University Biological Anthropology   1993
    York University Origins of Civilization   1989-1990
    University of Toronto Introductory Anthropology   1987-1988
     
RESEARCH POSITIONS to top
     
Director 2002 – present
Proyecto Zooarqueologico del Area Maya
regional survey of zooarchaeological remains to map ancient distributions and use patterns across the southern Maya lowlands and highlands
   
       
Director 2005 – present
Maya Ethnozoology
ethnographic work among lowland and highland indigenous Maya communities to explore animal remain use and discard patterns - currently studying highland Maya animal bone caching associated with hunting ceremonialism (with Linda Brown), highland and lowland use of animals as medicines, and lowland organic trash disposal practices
   
       
Sub-Project Director   1998 – present
  Ecology and Environment Sub-Project: Motul de San Jose Archaeological Project
implementing a multidisciplinary project combining archaeology and ecology to investigate ancient environments and their control by residents of the site
(Project Director: Dr. A.E. Foias, Williams College, Massachusetts)
   
       
Project Zooarchaeologist    
  Ceibal Archaeological Project, Guatemala
(Directors: Dr. T. Inomata, Dr. D. Triadan, University of Arizona)
  2007 – present
  El Zotz, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. S. Houston, Brown University)
  2006 – present
  Proyecto Arqueológico Aguateca, Fase II, Guatemala
(Directors: Dr. D. Triadan and Dr. T. Inomata, University of Arizona)
  2003 – 2007
  Proyecto Peten Noroccidente 2 (Hixwitz) sites El Pajaral and Zapote Bobal, Guatemala
CEMCA -Centro Frances de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos
(Directora: Dra Véronique Breuil Martinez (CEMCA), Co-directors: Dr James Fitzimmons (Harvard Univ.-Dumbarton Oaks), and Licda Laura Gamez (USAC)
  2003 – 2008
  Proyecto Peten Noroccidente (PNO) La Joyanca, Guatemala
(Directora: Dra Véronique Breuil Martinez (CEMCA), Co-Director: Lic. Ervin Salvador Lopez (USAC))
  2003 – present
  Sierra del Lacandón Regional Archaeology Project, Guatemala,
(Director: Dr. C. Golden, University of Pennsylvania)
  2003 – present
  Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala,
(Director: Dr. S. Houston, Brigham Young University)
  2003 – 2006
  El Mirador, Guatemala, El Aguacatal, Mexico
(Director: Dr. R. Matheny, Brigham Young University)
  2001 – present
  Nakbe, Flores, La Florida, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. R. Hansen, UCLA)
  2000 – present
  Copan (University of Pennsylvania) Archaeological Project, Honduras
(Director: Dr. R. Sharer, University of Pennsylvania)
  2000 – present
  Piedras Negras Archaeological Project, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. S. Houston, Brigham Young University, Utah)
  1997 – present
  Proyecto Arqueológico Aguateca, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. T. Inomata, Yale University, New Haven)
  1996 – present
  Proyecto Arqueológico del Area Kaqchickel, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. E.J. Robinson, Tulane University, New Orleans)
  1995 – present
  Proyecto Kaminaljuyu/Miraflores, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. J.A. Valdés, Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala)
  1995 – 1996
  Petexbatun Regional Archaeological Project, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. A.A. Demarest, Vanderbilt University; Co-Directors: Dr. S. Houston (BYU), Dr. J.A. Valdés, Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala)
  1991 – 1997
  Itzan Archaeological Project, Guatemala
(Director: Dr. K. Johnston, Yale University)
  1991
       
Zooarchaeologist/Archaeologist    
  Marco Gonzalez, Ambergris Caye, Belize
Zooarchaeological and ecological analyses of past and present marine resources showing continuity of availability and use into the archaeological past. On-site archaeological excavation and supervision.
(Director: Dr. E. Graham, York University)
  1990
       
  Lamanai and Tipu, Belize
Zooarchaeological identification, database development and management, and statistical analyses of assemblages from all periods; Detailed analyses of postclassic and colonial period animal remains revealed continuity of Postclassic trends and stability of dietary patterns in the face of Colonial contact.
(Directors: Dr. Pendergast, Royal Ontario Museum; Dr. Graham, York University)
  1986 – 1990
       
  Tipu, Belize
On site supervisor in charge of colonial period church and cemetary excavations. On site and museum identification and analysis of animal remains.
(Directors: Dr. E. Graham, York University; Dr. M. Cohen, SUNY Plattsburg)
  1987
       
  Pacbitun, Belize
Zooarchaeological and ecological analyses of habitat, population abundance, and seasonality of Pachychilus sp.; Excavation of ritual deposits
(Director: Dr. P.F. Healy, Trent University)
  1987
       
  Lamanai, Belize
Zooarchaeological and ecological analyses of ancient and modern Pomacea flagellata show both limited availability and high harvest pressure during all periods.
(Director: Dr. D. Pendergast, Royal Ontario Museum)
  1985 – 1986
       
  Caledonia, Belize
Identification and analysis of molluscan remains
(Director: Dr. Jaime Awe, Trent University, Ontario)
  1985
       
Assistant Zooarchaeologist    
  Zooarchaeological Identification Center, Canadian Museum of Nature
(Head: Dr. S. Cumbaa, Canadian Museum of Nature)
  1986
       
  Red Bay, Labrador
(Director: Dr. J. Tuck, Memorial University)
  1986
       
Archaeologist    
  Front Street Project, Toronto, Canada
Excavation of historic parlaiment buildings; Supervision of field school and earthwatch volunteers; Public relations and tours for visitors.
(Director: Roberta M. O'Brien, Regional Archaeologist)
  1983
     
PROFESSIONAL OBLIGATIONS to top
     
Invited Article/Book Reviewer: Current Anthropology Journal of Human Ecology, Latin American Antiquity, Journal of Archaeological Science, Mesoamérica, Routledge Press, Oxbow Books, UCLA Cotsen Press
     
Invited Proposal Reviewer:   National Science Foundation, Smithsonian Institution, National Center for Preservation Technology, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Canon Parks Science Scholars Program for the Americas
     
Professional Service:   Member: Dienje Kenyon (Society for American Archaeology Committee awarding funds to promising young researchers), 2008-2011
Invited Guest Editor: Quaternary International, 2007
Member, Editorial Board: Journal of Ethnobiology, 2006-present
Member: Advisory Board Archaeoinformatics (a Society for American Archaeology, National Science Foundation, Mellon supported initiative in archaeological cyberinformatics), 2007-2010
Member: SAA Conference Organization Committee, 2002
     
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS to top
 
Some publications available as PDF here
 
Peer Reviewed Books and Journal Special Issues
(2008)
Legacy of the Maya Forest. Journal of Ethnobiology 28(2) Special Issue including 10 papers on ancient and modern evidence for Maya forest gardening. [senior issue editor with Anabel Ford]
(2008)
  Dietary, Environmental, and Societal Implications of Ancient Maya Animal Use in the Petexbatun: A Zooarchaeological Perspective on the Collapse. Volume 5. Vanderbilt University Press. (Expected release December 2008)
(2004)
  Tropical Zooarchaeology. Archaeofauna 13 Special Issue including 20 papers on methods and issues pertinent to zooarchaeology in tropical regions around the world. [senior issue editor with Wendy G. Teeter]
(2004)
  Maya Zooarchaeology: New Directions in Method and Theory. Edited volume. Institute of Archaeology, UCLA Press, California.
   
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles, Book Chapters
(2008)
  Negotiations with the Animate Forest: Hunting Shrines and Houses in the Maya Highlands. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory [junior author with Linda Brown]
(2008)
  Zooarchaeological Habitat Analysis of Ancient Maya Landscape Changes. Journal of Ethnobiology 28(2) [senior author with Erin Thornton]
(2008)
  A Zooarchaeological Test for Dietary Resource Depression at the End of the Classic Period in the Petexbatun, Guatemala. Human Ecology 36(5 or 6)
(2008)
  Techniques of Ancient Maya Bone Working: Evidence from a Classic Maya Deposit. Latin American Antiquity 19(2):204-221
(2008)
  A regional perspective on biotic change during the Classic Maya occupation using zooarchaeological isotopic chemistry. Quaternary International 191 [senior author with Erin Thornton]
(2007)
  Aprovechamiento de la fauna en Piedras Negras: Dieta, ritual y artesanía del periodo Clásico Maya. Mayab: Journal of the Sociedad Española de Estudios Mayas, Madrid Spain 19:51-69.
(2007)
  Assessing the Impact of Ancient Maya Animal Use. Journal of Nature Conservation 15(3):184-195.
(2007)
  Bone Tool Manufacturing in Elite Maya Households at Aguateca, Guatemala. Ancient Mesoamerica 18(2):69-89.
(2004)
  In Search of the "Maya Diet": Is Regional Comparison Possible in the Maya Area? Archaeofauna 13:37-56
(2003)
  The Economics of Natural Resource Use at Ancient Motul de San Jose, Guatemala. Mayab: Journal of the Sociedad Española de Estudios Mayas, Madrid Spain 16:33-48
(2003)
  Animals from the Maya Underworld: Reconstructing Elite Maya Ritual at the Cueva de los Quetzales, Guatemala. In Behavior Behind Bones: The zooarchaeology of religion, ritual, status, and identity, edited by S. Jones O’Day, W. Van Neer, and A. Ervynck, pp. 101-113. Oxbow Books, Oxford UK.
(2003)
  A Marine Resource Survey at Marco Gonzalez, Belize. Canadian Zooarchaeology Supplement 1, (Transitions in Zooarchaeology):68-102 [senior author with E. Graham]
(2003)
  Enduring Foundations to a Holistic Science: Lessons in Environmental Archaeology from Elizabeth S. Wing. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 44(1):3-10.
(2003)
  A Bibliography of Literature by Elizabeth S. Wing. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 44(1):205-208.
(2002)
  The Noble Beast: Status and Differential Access to Animals in the Maya World. World Archaeology 34(3):498-515
(2002)
  Evidencia temprana de explotación animal en el altiplano de Guatemala.Utz’ib 3(2):1-16.
(2000)
  Fauna of Ancient Mexico and Central America. In The Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America: An Encyclopedia, edited by S.T. Evans and D.L. Webster, pp. 255-265. New York: Garland Publishing.
(2000)
  Isotopic Analysis of Ancient Deer Bone: Biotic Stability in Collapse Period Maya Land-Use. Journal of Archaeological Science 27:537-550. [senior author with L.E. Wright and H. Schwarcz]
(1999)
  Temporal trends in ancient Maya animal use: Zooarchaeological studies of Postclassic and Colonial period faunal assemblages from Lamanai and Tipu, Belize. In Reconstructing Ancient Maya Diet, edited by CD White, pp. 61-81. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.
(1990)
  Ancient and modern Maya exploitation of the jute snail (Pachychilus). Latin American Antiquity 1(2): 170-183. [second author with Healy, P. and L.E. Wright]
 
Conference Symposia
(2006)
  Zooarchaeological Evidence of the Ancient Maya and their Environment: Human Impact on Environment and Environmental Impact on Culture. Session organized for the International Council of Archaeozoology, August 2006, Mexico City, Mexico. [senior collaborator with C. Goetz]
(2003)
  Zooarchaeology in the Humid American Tropics: Making the Most of the Data. Session organized for the Society for American Archaeology Milwaukee, WI [senior collaborator with W. Teeter]
(2003)
  Testing Economic and Political Models of the Classic Maya: Archaeology and Ecology at Motul de San Jose, Guatemala. Session organized for the Society for American Archaeology Milwaukee, WI [junior collaborator with A. Foias]
(1999)
  Technology of Skeletal Materials: Considerations of production methods and scale. Session organized for the Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Chicago. [senior collaborator with T.A. Wake]
(1997)
  Trends in Maya Zooarchaeology. Session organized for the Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Nashville Tennessee. [senior collaborator with N. Stanchly]
 
Conference Papers
(2008)
  Medicinal Curation and Use of Animals by the Itza Maya of Guatemala: Implications for Zooarchaeology. Invited paper presented at the Canadian Association of Archaeology meetings, Peterborough, ON
(2008)
  Ethnoarchaeological Studies of Animal Material Disposal Patterns in the Southern Maya Lowlands and Implications for Maya Zooarchaeology. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology meetings, Vancouver BC
(2007)
  Ethno-Zoology of Modern Maya Ritual Animal Bone Caches and Implications for Interpretations of Ancient Maya Diet and Ritual. Invited paper presented at the Annual Chacmool Conference, Calgary, Alberta [senior author with L.A. Brown, E. Anderson, E. Thornton, and M. LeFebvre]
(2007)
  Curating and Caching Animal Bone in the Maya World: Cautions for Zooarchaeology. Invited paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin TX
(2006)
  Inter-Site Patterns of Faunal Resource Acquisition and Exchange in the Maya Lowlands: A Case Study of the Motul Polity, Petén, Guatemala. Paper presented at the International Council of Archaeozoology, August 2006, Mexico City, Mexico. [junior author with Erin Kennedy]
(2006)
  Zooarchaeological Evidence for Biotic Stability and Change during the Maya Occupation of the Guatemalan Petén. Invited paper presented at the International Congress of Americanists, July 2006, Seville, Spain, and at the International Council of Archaeozoology, August 2006, Mexico City, Mexico. [senior author with Erin Kennedy]
(2004)
  Stable Carbon Isotope Signature of Ancient Maize Agriculture in the Soils of Motul de San José, Guatemala. Paper presented at the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Conference, London, Ontario. [junior author with Webb E.A., Schwarcz H.P., Jensen C.T., Terry R.E., Moriarty M.D]
(2004)
  Bone Tool Manufacturing in Elite Maya Households at Aguateca, Guatemala. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Canada. [senior author with Kazuo Aoyama]
(2003)
  CND: A New Organization Dedicated to Sustainable Development and Heritage Resources in Latin America and the Caribbean. Paper presented at the Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, Santiago, Chile.
(2003)
  Animal Use and Measures of Sustainability at Late Classic Motul de San Jose. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Milwaukee, WI.
(2003)
  In Search of the “Maya Diet”: Is Regional Comparison Possible in the Maya Area? Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Milwaukee, WI.
(2002)
  Animals from the Maya Underworld: Reconstructing Elite Maya Ritual, Cueva de los Quetzales, Guatemala. Paper presented at the International Council of Archaeozoologists, Durham, England. [senior author with B. Stevens]
(2002)
  The Economics of Ancient Natural Resource Use at Motul de San Jose, Guatemala. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meetings, Denver.
(2001)
  Early Maya Animal Exploitation in Highland Guatemala. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meetings, New Orleans.
(1999)
  The Economics of Bone Artifact Production in the Ancient Maya Lowlands. Paper presented in the Technology of Skeletal Materials session at the Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Chicago.
(1998)
  Acceso diferencial a recursos animales como una marca de limitaciones dietéticas durante el colapso maya. Paper presented at the IV Congreso Internacional de Mayistas, Guatemala.
(1997)
  Covariance in ancient Maya animal use: A multivariate zooarchaeological analysis. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Nashville Tennessee.
(1996)
  Isotopic analysis of ancient deer bone: Evidence for biotic stability in the Maya Lowlands. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meetings, New Orleans. [senior author with L.E. Wright and H.P. Schwarcz]
(1994)
  Bone Artifact Economies of the Maya Lowlands: Clues from a bone tool production locus in the Petexbatun region. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Meetings, Atlanta, Georgia.
(1991)
  Prehistoric Subsistence Systems in the Petexbatun Region: Paleobotanical and zooarchaeological data. Paper presented at the International Congress of Americanists, New Orleans. [junior author with D. Lentz]
(1991)
  Marine Resource Availability and Use at the Marco Gonzalez Archaeological Site: Present day evidence from the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.
(1990)
  Manipulation of Resource Diversity: Strategy choices in the development of tropical urbanism. Paper presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans.
(1990)
  Ancient and Modern Maya Exploitation of the Jute Snail (Pachychilus). Paper presented at the 6th Conference of the International Council for Archaeozoology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. [second author with P. Healy and L.E. Wright]
(1989)
  The Use of Two Freshwater Gastropods (Pomacea flagellata and Pachychilus sp.) at Lamanai, Belize. Paper presented at the Midwestern Mesoamerican Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
 

 
 
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