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Carolyn D. Dillian

Publications

Books:
2010 Trade and Exchange: Archaeological Studies from Prehistory and History (first editor, with Carolyn White). Springer, New York.

Edited Journals:
2004-present  Editor, Bulletin of the International Association for Obsidian Studies, Issues 31-49.

Journal Articles:
2012 The Bridge Valley Cache: Evidence of Argillite Biface Caching from Bucks County, Pennsylvania (first author, with Charles Bello).  Archaeology of Eastern North America 40: 59-70. Peer-reviewed.

2011 Transport and Subsistence Patterns at the Transition to Pastoralism, Koobi Fora, Kenya (second author, with Emmanuel Ndiema, David Braun, John W. K. Harris, and Purity Kiura). Archaeometry 53: 1085-1098. Peer-reviewed.

2011 Colonoware Bead Production and African American Tradition at 38GE560, Georgetown County, South Carolina. Archaeology of Eastern North America 39: 53-65. Peer-reviewed.

2010 Museum Archaeology and 19th Century Collections: An Argillite Biface Cache from Ridge’s Island, Hunterdon County, New Jersey (first author, with Charles Bello). Archaeology of Eastern North America, 38: 39-52. Peer-reviewed.

2010 Blue Vivianite in Prehistoric Clay (first author, with Charles Bello). North American Archaeologist, 29(3-4): 327-341. Peer-reviewed.

2007 True Blue: Vivianite as a Mineral Pigment (first author, with Charles Bello and Nequandra Bowen). Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, 23: 73-84.

2007 Crossing the Delaware: Documenting Super-Long Distance Obsidian Exchange in the Mid-Atlantic (first author, with Charles Bello and M. Steven Shackley). Archaeology of Eastern North America, 35: 94-103.Peer-reviewed.

2007 A Stone Amulet in the Form of a Bat from the Abbott Farm (second author with Charles Bello).Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 62.

2007 Another Unusually Decorated Pendant from Trenton (second author with Charles Bello). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 62.

2007 A Fluted Point from Trenton (second author with Charles Bello and John Cresson). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 62.

2007 A Decorated Clay Smoking Pipe from Trenton (second author with Charles Bello). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 62.

2006 Long Distance Exchange? The Case of an Obsidian Projectile Point from the Pennsylvania Collections of the University of Pennsylvania Museum (first author, with Charles Bello and M. Steven Shackley). Pennsylvania Archaeologist, 76(2): 41-47. Peer reviewed.

2005 A Plummet from Gloucester County (second author, with Charles Bello). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 60.

2005 A Bar Amulet from Hamilton Square, New Jersey (second author with Charles Bello). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 60.

2004 Thermal Alteration of Pennsylvania Jasper: Methods and Experiments. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 59.

2004 Sourcing Belief: Using Obsidian Sourcing to Understand Prehistoric Ideology in Northeastern California. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry.  4(2): 33-51. Peer-reviewed.

2003 A Uniquely Formed Stemmed Biface (first author, with Charles Bello). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 58.

2003 A Large Clay Pipe “Decorated with Curious and Interesting Markings” from the Lalor Field (second author, with Charles Bello). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 58.

2003 A “Keeled” Boatstone from Middlesex County (second author, with Charles Bello). Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 58.

Chapters in Books:
In press (expected October 2013) “Charles Conrad Abbott’s Archaeological Investigations at a 17th Century Dutch Fur Trader’s House on Burlington Island, New Jersey” (first author, with Charles Bello and Richard Veit). In Historical Archaeology of the Delaware Valley, edited by Richard Veit and David Orr. University of Tennessee Press.

2010 “Interaction and Exchange across the Transition to Pastoralism, Lake Turkana, Kenya” (second author, with Emmanuel Ndiema and David Braun). In Trade and Exchange: Archaeological Studies from Prehistory and History, edited by Carolyn Dillian and Carolyn White. Springer, New York.

2010 “Introduction: Perspectives on Trade and Exchange” (first author, with Carolyn White). In Trade and Exchange: Archaeological Studies from Prehistory and History, edited by Carolyn Dillian and Carolyn White. Springer, New York.

2010 “Long Distance Exchange of Obsidian in the mid-Atlantic United States” (first author, with Charles Bello and M. Steven Shackley). In Trade and Exchange: Archaeological Studies from Prehistory and History, edited by Carolyn Dillian and Carolyn White. Springer, New York.

2010 “Long-Distance Exchange of Western North American Obsidian.” In Crossing the Straits: Prehistoric Obsidian Source Exploitation in the North Pacific Rim, edited by Yaroslav Kuzmin and Michael Glascock. BAR International Series 2152: 155-164, Oxford. Peer-reviewed.

2007  “Obsidian Projectile Point Sourcing Study” (second author, with M. Steven Shackley). In Archaeological Investigations at Palo Verde Ruin, AZ T:8:68(ASM): The Terramar Project, edited by Mark Hackbarth and Douglas Craig. Anthropological Papers No. 02-02, Northland Research, Tempe, Arizona.

2007  “Archaeology of Fire and Glass: The Formation of Glass Mountain Obsidian.” In Living Under the Shadow: The Archaeological, Cultural and Environmental Impact of Volcanic Eruptions, edited by John Grattan and Robin Torrence. UCL Press.

2003  “Territoriality and Boundary Defense in Northern California Hunter-Gatherers: The Utility of a Territorially Explicit Approach.”  In Hunter-Gatherers of the North Pacific Rim, edited by Junko Habu, Shuzo Koyama, James M. Savelle, and Hitomi Hongo. Senri Ethnological Series, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka.

2002 “Thermal and Environmental Effects on Obsidian Geochemistry: Experimental and Archaeological Evidence” (second author, with M. Steven Shackley). In The Effects of Fire and Heat on Obsidian, edited by Janine Loyd and Thomas Origer. BLM Publications in Archaeology.