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					                      MICHAEL J. HECKENBERGER
                             CURRICULUM VITAE
                                (October 2008)

Department of Anthropology, P.O. Box 117305
1112 Turlington, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611-7305
Office: Turlington B123 (352-392-2253, x. 230, Fax: 352-392-6929);
Labs: B328 (x. 217), B309 (x. 254); e-mail: mheck@ufl.edu
Website: www.clas.ufl.edu/users/mheckenb


PRIMARY ANTHROPOLOGICAL INTERESTS
Non-Western cultures of the humid tropics, especially Amazonia and Caribbean;
pre-industrial complex societies; built environment, cultural memory and
landscape; historical and political ecology; interdisciplinary approaches;
anthropology of the body.

ACADEMIC DEGREES
- PhD, Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh (1996). Dissertation: War and
        Peace in the Shadow of Empire: Sociopolitical Change in the Upper
        Xingu, A.D. 1400-2000 (Co-chairs: J. Richardson, III and J. Sabloff)
- Graduate Studies Certificate in Latin American Studies, University Center for
        International Studies, University of Pittsburgh (1995)
- B.A. in Anthropology, University of Vermont (1988)

POSITIONS HELD
Primary Appointments:
2005 Associate Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts and
      Sciences (CLAS), University of Florida (UF)
1999-05 Assistant Professor, Anthropology, CLAS, UF
1998-99 Visiting Researcher, Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (MPEG/ CNPq),
      Belém, Brazil
1997-98 Visiting Professor, Graduate Program in Social Anthropology (PPGAS),
      Museu National/Federal Univ. of Rio de Janeiro; 4 semesters
1994-95 Project Director, Amazon Ethnographic Hall Project, Carnegie Museum
      of Natural History, Pittsburgh

Other Affiliations:
2007 Visiting Professor, Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro, 6-7/07
2007 Visiting Researcher, Universidade de São Paulo, FAPESP, 8-12/07
2006 Affiliate Curator, Florida Museum of Natural History, UF
2001 Affiliate Faculty, Land-use and Environmental Change Institute, UF
2001 Affiliate Faculty, School of Natural Resources and the Environment,
     College of Agriculture and Environment, UF
2000 Affiliate Faculty, Center for Latin American Studies, UF
1990 Research Associate, Division of Anthropology, Carnegie Museum of
     Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA

ACADEMIC AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2007 Fulbright Scholar, Universidade de São Paulo (8-12/07)
2006-09 University of Florida Foundation, Research Term Professor, University
      of Florida;
2005 Teacher of the Year Award, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences,
      University of Florida
1998-99 Research Fellowship, Brazilian Scientific Research and Development
      Council (CNPq), Ministério de Ciência e Tecnologia
1989-91 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh

RESEARCH GRANTS
Submitted:
NSF - The Rise and Fall of Late Prehistoric Polities in the Southern Amazon:
      Upper Xingu, AD 1200-1700. NSF Archaeology, Regular Grant
      ($184,719.00; 07/09-06/11; under review);
Under Revision:
NSF - Long-term Dynamics in Complex Socio-ecological Systems in the Brazilian
      Amazon, AD 1000-2000. NSF Biocomplexity: Dynamics of Coupled
      Natural-Human Systems ($1,498,859.00; declined 05/08; re-submission
      planned for 2009).
Awarded (Fed.=$386,128; Private=$146,850; Internal=$100,729; Total=$633,707):
Wenner-Gren Foundation (International Collaboration, Co-PI with Dr. Sidi
      Facundes; $35,000); Linguistics and Archaeology of Arawak Language
      Family (01/08-01/10);
William T. Hillman Foundation, Southern Amazon Ethnoarchaeology Project:
      Cooperative Activities with Kuikuro Community (PI; $35,800; 05/07-
      05/09);
Research Opportunity Grant, UF (PI: Co-PI: D. W. Steadman; $75,929):
      Northern Arawak Diaspora Project: Two Millennia of Pre-Columbian
      Landscape Alteration in Tobago (2005-2007).
National Science Foundation (PI; BCS-0353129; $219,532; Archaeology,
      Regular Grant): “Production, Accumulation, and Regional Socio-Political
      Dynamics in the Southern Amazon (Brazil), AD 1250-1600” (2/04-1/06);
National Science Foundation (PI; BCS0004487; $155,099; Archaeology,
      Regular Grant); “Late Prehistoric Social Complexity in Amazonia (Upper
      Xingu, Brazil)”; (9/2001-8/2003);
William T. Hillman Foundation (Pittsburgh) (PI; $15,500): Southern Amazon


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      Ethnoarchaeology Project (2001-2003);
CLAS Research Grant, University of Florida (PI; $16,000); Southern Amazonia
      Ethnoarchaeology Project: Upper Xingu and Pareci Study Areas; 2000;
William T. Hillman Foundation (Pittsburgh) (PI; $7,500); Southern Amazonia
      Ethnoarchaeology Project: Upper Xingu and Pareci Study Areas; 1999;
Wenner Gren Foundation (PI; $15,000; Regular grant); Central Amazon Project:
      Archaeological Investigations at the Açutuba Locality, Lower Negro
      River, Amazonas, Brazil; 1997-98;
William T. Hillman Foundation (Pittsburgh) (PI; $21,800); Central Amazon
      Project: Archaeological Research in the Lower Negro/Solimões Rivers,
      Brazil; 1995-1996;
O'Neill Research Fund, Carnegie Museum of Natural History (PI; $6,500);
      Central Amazon Project: Archaeological Research in Lower
      Negro/Solimões Rivers, Brazil; 1995;
SSRC (Social Science Research Council) ($16,250.00); Dissertation Research:
      Ethnoarchaeology in the Upper Xingu, Brazilian Amazon; 1992-1994;
National Science Foundation ($11,497; J.B. Richardson III, PI): Dissertation
      Research in the Upper Xingu, Brazil; 1992-1994;
Tinker Foundation/UPittsburgh Center for Latin American Studies ($1,300);
      Research on Museum Collections from Mato Grosso in Brazil; 1992;
Tinker Foundation/UPittsburgh Center for Latin American Studies ($2,000);
      Archival Research on Indigenous Peoples of Mato Grosso in Brazil; 1991.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Principal Field Research Projects (Active):
      Principal Investigator (1991- ): Southern Amazonia Ethnoarchaeological
      Project (conducted jointly by University of Florida, the Museu Nacional,
      Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, with Drs. Bruna Franchetto and
      Carlos Fausto, and the Museu Goeldi, with Dr. Edithe Pereira) ; Mato
      Grosso, Brazil;
      Co-Principal Investigator (2004- ): Northern Arawak Diaspora Project
      Tobago, with Dr. David Steadman, Florida Museum of Natural History.
Completed:
      Co-Principal Investigator: Central Amazon Archaeological Project (1994-
      1999; with Eduardo G. Neves and James B. Petersen; currently involved in
      consultation and student advising related to project);
      Co-Principal Investigator: Boucher Site Archaeological Project, Vermont
      (with J.B. Petersen and L.A. Basa); 1988-1992.

Field Experience:
       Ethnographic/ethnoarchaeological fieldwork (28+ months): (1) residence
in Kuikuro Amerindian village, Upper Xingu, Mato Grosso, Brazil (1993-1994,
1995, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005; total 24+ months); (2) work with


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Xinguano leaders (Brazilian cities), 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997-98, 2000 (NYC),
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 (total 6+ months); Preliminary work with southern Maya
peoples in Guatemala and Belize (4+ months; 1986-1988).
        Archaeological excavations and survey: Brazil: Caxiuanã National Forest
(Brazil), 11-12/97; Lower Negro and Solimões rivers (Brazil), 7/99, 7-8/97, 8-
10/95, 8/94; lower Carabinani and Jaú, and middle Negro rivers (Brazil), 9/96;
Xingu Indigenous Park (Brazil), 4-8/93, 8/94, 10-11/95, 7/99, 8/00, 7-10/02, 6-
7/03; 7-8/04, 2-5/05 (total 14 + months). Caribbean: Tobago, excavations at
Golden Grove, Milford I, and Friendship sites, and survey at Mt. Irvine, Lovers
Retreat, Turtle Bay, and other sites, 03-04/04, 01-02/05 (3 months); New
England: excavations at Cheshire Site (1996), Skitchewaug Site (1987, 1989, 1990),
Bissette I site (1987), Pearl Street Park site (1985) and Ewing site (1983) in
Vermont; Brigham and Sharrow sites (1985, 1986, 1987, 1989), Eddington Bend
(1986), Smith and Smith's Landing sites (1986) in Maine; and Mayhew
Homestead, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts (June - July 1985); site surveys in
Columbia, Littlefield, Dixfield, Solon/Bingham and Farmington, ME (1984-1987)
(total 20+ months).

Laboratory Experience:
       Primary Archaeological (Prehistoric and Historic Periods) Materials
Analysis: (1) archaeological ceramics: Caxiuanã National Forest (1997); Upper
Xingu, 1994-1996; Lower Negro and Solimões, 1994-1999; Middle Negro, 1997
(Brazil); Golden Grove, Friendship, Milford I, 2005-2007 (Caribbean);
Raleighvallen, 2005 (Suriname); Las Huacas site, 1991 (Costa Rica); (2)
perishable fiber, hide, wood, shell and copper artifacts: Boucher site, Vermont;
1987 – 1990; (3) Laboratory excavation of five flexed human burials from the
Boucher site (VT), 1987; (4) lithic artifacts from Norton site (MA); Pearl Street
Park (VT); Ewing site (VT), Skitchewaug site (VT), 1987-1989;
       Archival studies: Biblioteca Nacional (Rio de Janeiro), Museu do Índio
(Rio), Museu Nacional (Rio), Universidade de São Paulo, FUNAI (National
Indian Foundation, Brasília), Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (Belém).

Museum Exhibitions and Collections:
        Exhibitions and Acquisitions: (1) Project Director for permanent Native
Amazonians Hall at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (project
terminated by CMNH); (2) acquisition and documentation of Amazonian
collections (250+ objects and documentation) from Upper Xingu region, Brazil;
(3) supervised accession documentation of FLMNH Amazonian collection; (4) co-
curator (with Susan Milbrath) of “Feathers” exhibition, Harn Museum of Art,
University of Florida (scheduled for 2009);
        Collection Documentation and Material Culture Analysis: Amazonian
ethnographic and Costa Rican and New England archaeological collections at
Carnegie Museum (Pittsburgh); Amazonian ethnographic and archaeological


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collections at Museu Nacional (Rio); Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia (USão
Paulo); Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (Belém); Museu Antropológico (Goiânia)
(total 5+ months).

SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES
Public Synergistic Activities:
Major news stories: Science (2000, 2001, 2003, 2008), Nature (2003, 2008), Atlantic
Monthly (2002), The New Yorker (2005), Discover (2007, 2008, 2009, forthcoming
“100 Top Discoveries of 2008” issue), Scientific American (2008)
Additional write-ups (selected): The Economist (2003, 2008), US News and World
Report (2003), The Week (2008), MSNBC, CNN, CBS, NPR, among others,
including Associated Press (2003, 2008) and Reuters (2008).
Film projects: “Secrets of El Dorado” (BBC; 2003); “Amazonian Lost
Civilizations” (History Channel; April 24, 2006); National Geographic Channel
(release date 11/20/08).

International Synergistic Activities: in addition to work with indigenous
groups, particularly, the Associação Indígena Kuikuro do Alto Xingu (AIKAX),
synergistic activities include collaborations and affliations with: Museu Nacional,
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Drs. Bruna Franchetto and Carlos
Fausto), Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia, Universidade de São Paulo (Dr.
Eduardo G. Neves), Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (Dr. Edithe Pereira), in Brazil,
including graduate student orientation, and with the Historical Museum, in
Tobago (Mr. Edward Hernandez).
       Activities associated with Brazilian government programs in science and
graduate education, include: Evaluation Board Scientific Intiation Fellowships
(PIBICS), Museu Goeldi, Belém, Brazil; Review Panel for CAPES (Brazilian
Ministry of Education)/Fulbright PhD dissertation fellowships, 09/07; and
Review Board for Brazilian Ministry of Science and Technology, major grants to
develop primary centers for teaching and research.

Applied/Indigenous Assistance: Specific projects include: (1) current project: to
secure headwater tributaries of Buriti River, threatened by agricultural
development; (2) current project: development of educational modules and
readers in geography, ecology, and archaeology and ethnohistory for indigenous
education program (to be translated into Kuikuro by colleagues at the Museu
Nacional); (3) provided aid to indigenous leaders (Upper Xingu, Brazil) in the
development of indigenous organizations and the realization of activities and
events related to them, most recently the Kuikuro Indigenous Association (2001-
03); (3) designed and submitted “Kuikuru Boat Project” on behalf of Kuikuru
(Upper Xingu) community; US$ 22,000.00 awarded by the William T. Hillman
Foundation (Pittsburgh) to purchase a 40' launch for medical emergencies and
community transport (1998); (4) aided in preparation and submission of travel


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grant ($5,500.00) to William T. Hillman Foundation, for Xinguano leaders to visit
New York (10/00); (5) acted as representative for Kuikuro Community in
negotiations with documentary film-making by Discovery, BBC, History
Channel, and National Geographic Explorer.

TEACHING
Graduate Teaching Experience:
- Non-Western Complex Societies (Museu Nacional/URFJ), Summer 07
- The Politics of Nature: Seminar on Political Ecology (UF), Fall 06;
- Proseminar in Anthropology: Anthropological Archaeology (UF), Spring 06,
        Spring 07; Spring 09 (scheduled);
- Pro-seminar in Anthropology: Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology (UF), Fall
        03; Fall 09 (scheduled);
- Archaeology of the Body (UFlorida). Fall 04; Fall 08
- Contemporary Anthropological Theory: Cultural Memory and Built
        Environment (UF): Spring 04
- Historical Anthropology (UF), Spring 02;
- Pacific Anthropology (UF), Spring 01;
- Amazonian Anthropology (UF), Fall 00, Fall 01;
- “Chiefdoms”: Rise of Social Inequality and the State (UF), Fall 00;
- Archaeology of the Neotropics (UF), Spring 00, Fall 05; Spring 08
- History and Theory of Anthropology (UF), Spring 00, 03, 07; Fall 01;
- Intellectual Development of American Anthropology (Museu Nacional, Univ.
        Federal do Rio de Janeiro/UFRJ), March-July 98;
- “Chiefdoms”: The Origin and Development of Social Stratification
        (Museu Nacional, UFRJ), August-December 97;
- Diachronic Perspectives on Native Amazonia (Museu Nacional, UFRJ),
        March-July 97;

Undergraduate Teaching Experience:
- Introduction to World Archaeology (UF), Spring 04, Fall 06;
- Tropics and Tropical Culture (UF), Spring 03, Fall 03, Fall 04, Fall 08;
- General Anthropology (UF), Summer 01;
- Peoples of the Pacific (UF), Spring 01;
- Indigenous People of Amazonia (UF), Fall 00, Fall 01, Fall 05;
- Development World Civilization (UF), Fall 99, Sum. 00, 01, Spring 01, 02, 06;
- South American Archaeology (UPittsburgh), Instructor, Spring 95;
- Introduction to Archaeology (UPittsburgh), Instructor, Fall 91, Fall 94;
- Peoples of South America (Carlow College), Instructor, Fall 91;

Field and Laboratory Courses:
- Interdisciplinary Fieldschool: Archaeology and Biogeography in Tobago (UF
       with Dr. David Steadman, Florida Museum of Natural History), Spring 05;


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- Field & Lab Methods for Amazonian Archaeology (Museu Goeldi/UFederal do
        Pará, Brasil), Instructor, Nov-Dec. 97.
- Field Methods in Archaeology, Field Instructor (PI: Dr. James B. Petersen),
        (UMaine) 1987; (UVermont) Summer 85, 87.
- Laboratory Methods in Archaeology (UPittsburgh), Teaching Assistant (for Dr.
        James M. Adovasio), Fall 88;

Graduate Student Orientation:
Completed (14):
A. UF PhD Chair (6):
- Sharyn Jones (Ethno-archaeology in Fiji; PhD awarded 2004); Asst. Professor,
        Anthropology, UAlabama-Birmingham;
- J. Christian Russell (Satellite Analysis, GPS, and Predictive Modeling in
        Amazonia; PhD, awarded 2005); Research Scientist, Land-Use and
        Environmental Change Institute, UFlorida;
- William Schumann (Cultural, Identity and Post-colonial Theory, Wales; co-
        chair with Kesha Fikes, UChicago; PhD Awarded 2005); Berea College,
        Kentucky;
- Luis Claudio P. Symanski (Slaves and Planters in Western Brazil: Material
        Culture, Identity, and Power; PhD Awarded 2006); Asst. Professor,
        Federal University of Paraná, Brazil.
- Lonn Monroe (Religion and Cultural Identity in Cuba; co-chair with Kesha
        Fikes, UChicago; PhD 2007).
- Omaira Bolanos (Indigenous Identity in Amazonia; co-chair with Tony Oliver-
        Smith (UF); PhD 2008)

B. UF MA, Chair (8):
- Angelina Howell (Amazon Archaeology; MA 2008); PhD student, UF.
- Joshua Toney (Amazon Archaeology; MA 2006); PhD student, UF;
- Mark Donop (Caribbean Archaeology; MA 2005); PhD student, UF;
- Matthew Watson (Science Studies, El Salvador; MA 2005); PhD student, UF;
- David Mead (Ethnohistory, Brazil; MA, 2003); PhD Student, UF;
- Olendina Cavalcante (MA, 2002; Cultural, Brazil); PhD student in Brazil;
- Adolfo Ivan Batun (MA, 2002; Archaeology, Mexico); PhD student, UF;
- Carla de Albuquerque (MA, 2001; Cultural, Brazil); NGO in Brazil.

Active Chair (15):
A. ABD (defense 2009):
- Amanda Holmes (co-Chair with Faye Harrison; Ecological Anthro., Cuba);
- David Mead (Ethnohistory; Amazonia);
- Morgan Schmidt (co-Chair with Nigel Smith; Environmental Archaeology;
       Amazonia);
- Joshua Toney (Archaeology; Amazonia);


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- Joshua Torres (Archaeology; Caribbean/Puerto Rico).
B. PhD candidate; Engaged in dissertation research (defense expected late 2009
or later):
- Renzo Sebastian Duin (Ethnoarchaeology/Archaeology, Caribbean and
        Guianas);
- Renata de Godoy (Archaeological law, Brazil);
- Diogo Menezes (Historical archaeology, Central Brazil).
C. Pre-candidacy PhD and MA
- Charles Randall Crones (Amazonian Archaeology; MA expected 2009);
- Mark Donop (Archaeology; southern Caribbean; engaged in diss. research);
- Angelina Howell (Amazon ethnoarchaeology, gender; 1st year);
- Meghann O‟Brien (Amazonian Paleoethnobotany; 1st year);
- Sonia Pessoa (Material Culture, Artifact Trade, and Museum Studies;
        Amazonia; engaged in diss. research);
- Isaac Shearn (Caribbean Archaeology; MA expected 2009).

Ph.D. and MA Committee Member: total of 30 committees (16 completed and 14
in-progress). Outside (non-UF) member (1): Committee Member: Denise Pahl
Schaan (University of Pittsburgh, PhD 2004); (2) Committee Member: Helena
Lima (Universidade de São Paulo, PhD 2008).


SERVICE
Professional Service:
- Board Member, Soc. for the Anthropology of Lowland South America, 2005-08
- Editorial Board, Sustainability, 2008-
- Editorial Board, Amazônica: Journal of Anthropology, 2008-
- Editorial Board, Tipiti: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland
       South America, 2007-
- Editorial Board, Boletim do Museu Goeldi, 2007-
- Editorial Board, Jornal da Sociedade Brasileira de Arqueologia, 2006-
- Committee on the Americas, Society for American Archaeology, 2002-2006
       (and founder/chair of task-force on indigenous affairs, 2003-2006)
- Evaluation Board, Fellowships for Scientific Initiation (PIBIC), Conselho
       Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científica e Tecnológico (CNPq), Brazilian
       Ministério de Ciência e Tecnologia (MCT), Museu Goeldi, Belém, Brazil
       (06/07).
- Review Panel for CAPES/Fulbright PhD dissertation fellowships, Coordenação
       de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES), Brazilian
Ministério de Educação (MEC) (09/07);
- Review Board for Brazilian Ministério de Ciência e Tecnologia (MCT), major
       grants (US$400,000 to $2,000,000) for teaching and research centers
       (10/98).


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- Reviewer for National Science Foundation, Wenner-Gren Foundation, National
       Geographic Society, Brazilian Academy of Science, FONCyT (Argentina),
       Latin American Antiquity, Antiquity, Ethnohistory, American
       Anthropologist, Current Anthropology, Ciência Hoje (Brasil). Revista da
       Sociedade Brasiliera de Arqueologia.

University Service:
- Graduate Coordinator, Dept. of Anthropology, 2008-09;
- CLAS Senate, UF 2008-
- CLAS Curriculum Committee, UF, 2008-
- CLAS Nominating Committee, UF, 2007-
- Personnel Committee, Dept. of Anthropology, UF (2005-07)
- Graduate Education Committee, Department of Anthropology, UF (2004-2005)
- Search Committee, co-chair; Historical Ecology, Dept. of Anthropology, 2003-04
- Search Committee, Ecological Anthropology, Dept. of Anthropology, 2001-02
- Graduate Curriculum Committee, Department of Anthropology, 2001-2002.
- Admission and Academic Affairs Committee, Dept. of Anthropology, 2000-02
- Acting Chair, Dept. of Anthropology, July 20-August 10, 2001.
- Foreign Language and Area Studies (US DOE), Fellowship Committee, Latin
       American Studies, University of Florida, 2001, 2002.
- Charles Wagley Research Grants Committee, University of Florida, 2001,
       2004
- Search Committee, co-chair, Theoretical Archaeology, Dept. of Anthropology,
       University of Florida, 2000-01
- Tropical Conservation and Development (TCD) Research Grants Committee,
       University of Florida, 2000.
- Advisory Committee, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Florida, 1999-2001
- Search Committee for Assistant Professor in bio-archaeology, Anthropology
       Department, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro,
       1998

MEMBERSHIPS
Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America (Board member)
International Association for Caribbean Archaeology
American Anthropological Association
Society for American Archaeology
Associação Brasileira de Antropologia
Sociedade Brasileira de Arqueologia (Editorial Board, Journal of SAB)

PUBLICATIONS
Books:
Fausto, C. & M. J. Heckenberger, editors. 2007. Time and Memory in Indigenous
      Amazonia:Anthropological Perspectives. University Press of Florida:


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      Gainesville
Franchetto, B. & M. J. Heckenberger, editors. 2001. Os Povos Indígenas do
      Alto Xingu: História e Cultura. Editora da Universidade Federal do Rio de
      Janeiro, Brazil.
Heckenberger, Michael. 2005. The Ecology of Power: Culture, Place and
      Personhood in the Southern Amazon, AD 1000-2000. Routledge: New York.

Books in progress:
Heckenberger, M. J., and E. G. Neves. The Archaeology of the Amazon.
      Cambridge University Press (contracted for World Archaeology series;
      08/09 first draft submission);
Heckenberger, M. J. The Fractal Forest: Archaeology, Cultural Memory, and Built
      Environment in the Southern Amazon (planned draft: 12/09-06/10,
      prospectus to be distributed to publishers at 2008 AAA);
Heckenberger, M. J., E. G. Neves, and S. Rostain, eds. Human Agency and
      Anthropogenic Landscapes in Amazonia: Archaeological Perspectives (revised
      draft papers from 2006 SAA requested by 03/09; full edited draft planned
      for 12/09; prospectus to be distributed at 2008 AAA);
Oyuela Caycedo, A., M. Fischer, and M. J. Heckenberger, eds. The Arawak, by
      Max Schmidt. University Press of Florida: Gainesville

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (15):
Heckenberger, M. J., J. C. Russell, C. Fausto, J. R. Toney. M. J. Schmidt, E. Pereira,
B. Franchetto, and A. Kuikuro. 2008.
         Prehistoric Urbanism, Anthropogenic Landscapes, and the Future of the
         Amazon. Science. 321:1214-1217.
Heckenberger, M. J., J. C. Russell, M. J. Schmidt, and J. R. Toney. 2007.
         The Legacy of Cultural Landscapes in the Brazilian Amazon: Implications
         for Biodiversity. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B:
         Biological Sciences 362: 197-208
Heckenberger, M. J. 2004. Archaeology as Indigenous Advocacy in Amazonia.
         Practicing Anthropology 26:34-38.
-----. 2003. The Enigma of the Great Cities: Body and State in Amazonia.
         Tipiti: Journal of Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America
         1:17-48.
-----. 1998. Manioc Agriculture and Sedentism in Amazonia: The Upper Xingu
         example. Antiquity 72:633-648.
-----. 1992. A conquista da Amazônia. Ciência Hoje: Revista da Sociedade
         Brasileira para o Progresso da Ciência 15(86):62-67.
Heckenberger, M. J., A. Kuikuro, U. T. Kuikuro, J. C. Russell, M. Schmidt, C.
         Fausto, and B. Franchetto. 2003. Amazonia 1492: Pristine Forest or
         Cultural Parkland? Science 301:1710-1715.
Heckenberger, M.J., E.G. Neves, and J. B. Petersen. 1998. De onde surgem os


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       modelos? As origens e expansões Tupi na amazônia central. Revista de
       Antropologia 41(1):69-96.
Heckenberger, M. J., J. B. Petersen, and E. G. Neves. 1999. Village Size and
       Permanence in Amazonia: Two Archaeological Examples from Brazil.
       Latin American Antiquity 10(4):353-376.
Heckenberger, M.J., J. B. Petersen, and N. Asch Sidell. 1992. Early Evidence for
       Maize Agriculture in the Connecticut River Valley of Vermont.
       Archaeology of Eastern North America 20:125-150.
Heckenberger, M.J., J. B. Petersen, L.A. Basa. E.R. Cowie, A.E. Speiss, and
       R.E. Stuckenrath. 1990. Early Woodland Period Mortuary Ceremonialism
       in the Far Northeast: The View from the Boucher Cemetery. Archaeology of
       Eastern North America 18:1-42.
Heckenberger, M.J., J.B. Petersen, and L.A. Basa. 1990. Early Woodland
       Period Ritual Use of Personal Adornment at the Boucher Site. Annals of the
       Carnegie Museum 59:173-217.
Heckenberger, M. J., and D. R. Watters. 1993. Ceramic Remains from Carl V.
       Hartman's 1903 Excavations at Las Huacas, Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
       Annals of the Carnegie Museum 63:97-129 (1993).
Petersen, T.A. Baker, and M.J. Heckenberger. 1988. A Stratigraphic Sequence
       at the Sharrow Site in Central Maine. Current Research in the Pleistocene Vol.
       5 (1988).
Petersen, J.A. Wolford, N.D. Hamilton, L. LaBar, and M.J. Heckenberger. 1985.
       Archaeological Investigations in the Shelburne Pond Locality, Chittenden
       County, Vermont. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 54(3):23-76.

Journal Articles in Progress
- Annual Review of Anthropology, “Amazonian Archaeology” (contracted; due
        01/09);
- Latin American Antiquity; Plaza as Panopticon: An Archaeology of the Body in
        Amazonia (planned submission: 03/09)
- American Anthropologist; Anthropology as Meeting Place: Archaeology,
        Indigenous History, and Dialogue in Amazonia (planned submission:
        06/09)
- Caribbean Journal of Science. Saladoid Period Community Organization in
        the Southern Caribbean: Recent Archaeological Investigations in Tobago
        (J. Toney, M. Heckenberger, and D. Steadman; planned submission 2009).

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters (20)
Fausto, C., B. Franchetto, and M. J. Heckenberger. 2008. Language, Ritual, and
       Historical Reconstruction: Toward a Linguistic, Ethnographical, and
       Archaeological Account of Upper Xingu Society. In Lessons from
       Documented Endangered Languages, K. D. Harrison, D. S. Rood, and A.
       Dwyer, eds., pp. 129-158. John Benjamins: Amsterdam.


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Fausto, C., and M. J. Heckenberger. 2007. Introduction: Indigenous History and
         the History of “Indians.” In Time and Memory in Indigenous Amazonia:
         Anthropological Perspectives, edited by C. Fausto and M. J. Heckenberger,
         pp. 1-43. University Press of Florida: Gainesville.
Heckenberger, M. J. 2008. Amazonian Mosaics: Identity, Interaction, and
         Integration. In Handbook of South American Archaeology, edited by H.
         Silverman and W. Isbell, pp. Springer: New York.
----- 2007. Entering the Agora: Archaeology, Conservation and
         Indigenous Peoples in Amazonia. In Collaboration in Archaeology: Working
         with Descendent Populations, eds., T. J. Ferguson and Chip
         Colwell-Chanthaphonh. Altamira Press.-----. 2007.
-----. 2006. History, Ecology, and Alterity: Visualizing Polity in Amazonia. In
         Time and Complexity in the Neotropical Lowlands, edited by W. Balée and C.
         Erickson. Columbia University Press: New York.
-----. 2006. Ecologia e poder: A base simbólica de poder política em Amazonia.
         In Amazonia 500 Anos, edited by Louis Forline, Editora da Museu Goeldi.
-----. 2004. The Wars Within: Xinguano Witchcraft and Balance of Power. In In
         Darkness and Secrecy: Assault Sorcery in Amazonia, edited by Robin Wright
         and Neil Whitehead. Duke University Press: Durham.
-----. 2002. Rethinking the Arawakan Diaspora: Hierarchy, Regionality and the
         Amazonian “Formative.” In Comparative Arawak Histories, edited by
         Fernando Santos-Granero and Jonathan Hill, pp. 99-121. University of
         Illinois Press: Urbana.
-----. 2001. Estrutura, história e transformação: a cultura Xinguana no longue
         durée (1000 a 2000 d.C.). In Povos Indígenas do Alto Xingu: História e
         Culturas, pp. 21-62. Editora UFRJ, Brazil.
-----. 2001. Epidemias, Índios Bravos e Brancos: contato cultural e etno-gênese
         xinguana. In Povos Indígenas do Alto Xingu: História e Cultura, pp. 77-110.
         Editora UFRJ, Brazil
-----. 1999. O enigma das grandes cidades: o corpo e o estado Ameríndia. In A
         outra margem do occidente. Brasil 500 anos: experiência e destino, edited by
         Adauto Novaes. Companhia das Letras, São Paulo.
Heckenberger, M. J, and B. Franchetto. 2001. Introdução: história, e cultura
         Xinguana. In Povos Indígenas do Alto Xingu: História e Cultura, pp. 7-18.
         Editora da UFRJ.
Heckenberger, M.J., J. B. Petersen, F. King, and L. A. Basa. 1996. Perishable
         Fiber Industries from the Boucher Site: An Early Woodland Cemetery in
         Northwestern Vermont. In A Most Indispensible Art: Native Fiber Industries
         in Eastern North America, J.B. Petersen, ed., pp. 50-72. University of
         Tennesee Press: Knoxville.
Moseley, M. E. and M. J. Heckenberger. 2005. From Village to Empire in South
         America. The Human Past, Colin Ridler, ed., pp. 642-677. Thames and
         Hudson: London.


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Neves, E.G., J.B. Petersen, R. N. Bartone, and M. J. Heckenberger. 2004. The
       Timing of Terra Preta Formation in the Central Amazon: Archaeological
       Dates from Three Sites. In Amazonian Dark Earths: Explorations in Time and
       Space, B. Glaser and W. I. Woods, eds., pp. 125-134. Springer: New York.
Petersen, J. B. M. J. Heckenberger, and J. A. Wolford. 2001. Spin, Twist, and
       Twine: An Ethnoarchaeological Examination of Group Identity in Native
       Fiber Industries from Greater Amazonia. In Fleeting Identities: Perishable
       Material Culture in Archaeological Perspective, edited by P. Drooker, pp. 226-
       253. Southern Illinois University:Carbondale.
Petersen, J. B., E.G. Neves, and M. J. Heckenberger. 2001. Gift of the Past:
       Terra Preta and Prehistoric Amerindian Occupation in the Amazon. In The
       Hidden Amazon, edited by C. McEwan, C. Barreto, and E. G. Neves, 86-105.
       British Museum Press: London.
Sassaman, K. A., and M. J. Heckenberger. 2005. Roots of the Theocratic
       Formative of the Archaic Southeast. In Hunters-Gatherers in Theory and
       Archaeology, edited by G. Crothers. Southern Illinois University,
       Carbondale.
Sassaman, K. A., and M. J. Heckenberger. 2005. Crossing the Symbolic
       Rubicon in the Southeast. In Signs of Power: The Rise of Cultural Complexity
       in the Southeast, J. Gibson and P. Carr, eds., pp. 214-233. University of
       Alabama Press: Tuscaloosa.
Schmidt, M. J., and M. J. Heckenberger. 2008 (in press). Amazonian Dark Earth
       Formation in the Upper Xingu of Southeastern Amazonia, Mato Grosso,
       Brazil. In Amazonian Dark Earths: Wim Sombroek’s Vision, W. I. Woods, W.
       G. Teixeira, J. Lehmann, C. Steiner, A. WinklerPrins, and L. Rebellato, eds.
       Springer: New York.

Chapters In Progress:
“Constructing Personhood and Polity in the Southern Amazon.” In
      Cosmography and Territoriality in Amazonia, A. Oyuela Caycedo and J. P.
      Chaumeil, eds., University of Arizona Press (submitted)
“Max Schmidt, the Southern Amazon, and the Arawak Diaspora.” In The
      Arawak, by Max Schmidt, A. Oyuela Caycedo, M. Fischer, and M.
      Heckenberger, eds. (submitted)
“Archaeology and Language: The Arawak Diaspora and the Formative Period
      in Amazonia.” In Historical Linguistics in Amazonia, D. Moore, ed. (draft
      12/08)

Other Publications
Heckenberger, M., C. Fausto, and B. Franchetto. Amazonia 1492: Reply to
      letters from Meggers and Brondizio, Science
Heckenberger, Michael, James B. Petersen, and E. G. Neves. 2001. Of Lost



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     Civilizations and Primitive Tribes, Amazonia: Reply to Meggers. Latin
     American Antiquity 12(3): 328-333.
Heckenberger, M. J., and J. B. Petersen. 1995. Concentric Circular Village
     Patterns in the Caribbean: Comparisons from Amazonia. Proceedings of the
     Seventeenth International Congress of Caribbean Archaeology, Conseil
     Régional de la Guadeloupe, Mission Archéologique et du Patrimoine,
     Basse Terre.

In Progress:
- Scientific American; “Lost Civilizations of the Amazon” (submitted; under
        revision).

Book Reviews:
2008. Politis, G., Nukak: Ethnoarchaeology of an Amazonian People. Cambridge
       Journal of Archaeology, in press.
2005. Lehmann, J., et al., Amazonian Dark Earths: Origins, Properties, and
       Management. Journal of Archaeological Research.
1999. Miller, E., Peoples of the Gran Chaco. American Anthropologist

PRESENTED PAPERS:
Papers at Professional Meetings:
Forthcoming:
2008 “Anthropology as Meeting Place.” 107th Annual Meeting of the American
      Anthropological Association (sponsored symposium: Collaboration in
      Archaeology, C. Ray, org.), San Francisco (11/08).
2009 “Archaeology and Participant Mapping as Applied Anthropology.”
      Society of Applied Anthropology (symposium: Practice and Participation in
      Amazonian Indigenous Studies, H. Zarin, org.), Santa Fe (03/09).
2009 “Bounty from the River Sea: Inland and Martime Adaptations of
      Arawak Peoples in Greater Amazonia.” 74th Annual Meeting of the
      Society for American Archaeology (symposium: Papers in Honor of James B.
      Richardson, III, A. Higaro and D. Anderson, orgs.), Atlanta (04/09).

Presented (49):
2008 “Variações em Sociedades Complexas: Exemplos de Amazônia Central e
      Meridional.” Inaugural meeting of Encontro International de Arqueologia
      Amazônica, Museu Goeldi, Belém, Brazil.
2007 “Ethnogenesis, Deep History, and Multiplicity: Perspectives from the
      Southern Amazon.” 106th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
      Association (symposium: Ethnogenesis in Amazonia, A. Hornborg and J.
      Hill, orgs.), Washington DC.
2007 “Urbanismo em Amazônia antigo, o que?: Caminhos Alternativos de
      Complexidade Social.” Sociedade Brasileira de Arqueologia, Florianopolis.


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2007 “Return to Afukaka‟s Midden: Perishable Materiality and Archaeological
     Identities.” 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology
     (with J. Toney; sponsored symposium: Perishable Identities), Austin, TX.
2007 “Amazonian Bodies and Deep Time Archaeology: Cultural Self-
     scaling, Materiality, and Historical Iterations of the Fractal Person.” 72nd
     Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (sponsored
     symposium: History & Habitus: Scale and Explanation in Deep Time
     Archaeology, J. Robb and T. Pauketat, orgs.), Austin.
2007 “Amazonian Natures: The Body, the Land, and the Spaces in Between.”
     Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America, Santa Fe.
2006 “Culture History, Practice, and Neo-Boasian Anthropology in the Work of
     Jim Petersen.” 73rd Annual Meeting of the Eastern States Archaeological
     Federation, Worchester, MA (with J. Toney).
2006 “Human Agency and Anthropogenic Landscapes in Amazonia”
     (MJH organizer of sponsored session of same name). 71st Annual Meeting
     of the Society of American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2006 Discussant: Recent Advances in the Amazonian Archaeology: Central
     Amazon Project (symposium org. Eduardo Neves). 71st Annual Meeting
     of the Society of American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2006 “At Play in the Fields of the “Man”: Some Thoughts on Conservation,
     Neo-Colonialism, and Dialogue in Amazonia. Inaugural Meeting of the
     International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture.
     Gainesville, FL.
2005 “Our Witches, Ourselves: Magic, History, and Ethnography in
     Amazonia.” 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
     Association (sponsored session: Witnessing Witchcraft: Quandries of
     Engagement, M. Wesch and T. Strong, orgs.), Washington, DC.
2005 “Person, Polity, and Perspective in Amazonia: Chiefly Mortuary Feasts.”
     104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (In
     symposium: Temporality and Subjectivity in Amazonia, S. Oakdale, org.),
     Washington, DC (with J. Toney).
2005 “Archaeological Perspectives on Long-term Change among Arawak and
     Tupian Language Groups.” Third International Conference on Historical
     Linguistics, Belem.
2005 “Late Prehistoric Agriculture and Political Ecology in Southern
     Amazonia.” 70th Annual Meeting Society for American Archaeology
     (sponsored symposium: Rethinking Rainforest Occupation, J. Krigbaum,
     org.), Salt Lake City.
2005 “Community Spatial Patterns and Socio-Political Organization in the Early
     Arawak Diaspora: Reflections on Recent Research in the Southern
     Caribbean” (with J. Toney. M. Schmidt, and M. Donop). 22nd Bi-annual
     Meeting of the International Association for Caribbean Archaeology, Trinidad.
2005 “Indigenous History and Long-term Landscape Change in Southern


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       Amazon: Collaborative Approaches.” Annual Meeting of the Association of
       Tropical Biology and Conservation. Brasilia, Brazil.
2004   Plenary: “Um mil anos de história indígena no alto Xingu” (with Carlos
       Fausto). 57th Annual Meeting of the Sociedade Brasileira para o Progresso de
       Ciências, Cuiaba, Brazil.
2004   “What Tropical Biologists (and Conservationists) Ought to Know about
       Amazonian Culture History: Dynamics, Scale and Voice in the Long
       Term” (MJH and J. Christian Russell). Annual Meeting of the Association
       of Tropical Biology and Conservation, Miami.
2004   “Plaza as Panopticon: Enclosures, Surveillance, and the Birth of Discipline
       in Early America.” 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American
       Archaeology (sponsored symposium: Circular Communities in the
       Americas, V. Thompson and J. Iriarte, orgs.), Montreal.
2004   “Galactic Polity, Fractal Person, and Idioms of Comparison in Amazonia:
       Historical Iterations on Amerindian Perspectivism.” 3rd Meeting of the
       Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America, Miami.
2003   “Cannibals, Tricksters, Prophets, and Heroes: Some Historical Problems
       with a Thing Like War in a Place Like Amazonia.” 102nd Annual Meeting
       of the American Anthropological Association (sponsored symposium
       Problems in Paradise, R. Chacon and R. Mendonza, orgs.), Chicago.
2002   “Science, Ideology, and Academic Responsibility in the works of Marvin
       Harris: Messages for 21st Century Anthropology.” 101st Annual Meeting
       of the American Anthropological Association (sponsored symposium: Papers
       in Honor of Marvin Harris, C. Kottak and M. Margolis, orgs), New
       Orleans.
2001   “Hierarchy, Political Economy, and the „Other‟ Within: Symbolic
       Foundations of the State in Amazonia.” Invited for conference
       “Indigenous Amazonia at the Millennium: Politics and Religion,”
       Inuagural meeting, Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America,
       Tulane University, New Orleans.
2001   “A Prehistoric Ceramic Sequence from the Central Amazon and its
       Relationship to the Caribbean.” 20th Bi-annual Meeting of the International
       Congress for Caribbean Archaeology, Aruba (J. Petersen, M. Heckenberger,
       and E. Neves)
2000   “The Archaeology of Experience: Plazas as Symbolic Windows in
       Amazonia.” Invited for Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG), Oxford,
       England.
2000   “Agriculture Intensification and Surplus in South America: A View from
       the Tropical Lowlands.” 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for American
       Archaeology (symposium: Agricultural Intensification in the Andes, Ryan
       Williams, org.), Philadelphia.
1999   “Xinguano Hierarchy and History: An Archaeology of Cultural
       Meanings.” 98th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological


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       Association (symposium: History and Historicity in Amazonia: Time
       Conceived, Experienced, and Enacted, C. Fausto and M. Heckenberger,
       orgs.), Chicago.
1999   “A Tale of Two Villages: Changing Perspectives on Power and Place
       in Amazonia.” 64th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology
       (symposium: Culture and Environment in the Lowland Neotropics, P.
       Siegel, org.), Chicago.
1998   “Hierarquia e Economia Política em Amazonia: a construção de
       diferença e desiqualidade na política Xinguana.” 21st Annual Meeting of
       the Associação Brasileira de Antropologia (invited for "1º Reunião de Teoria
       Arqueológica na América do Sul, P. Funari and E. Neves, orgs.), Vítoria.
1998   “Getting Our House in Order: Regional Chronology and Research
       Strategies in the Central Amazon” (MJH and JBPetersen). 63rd Annual
       Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Seattle, Washington.
1997   “Prehistoric Warfare in Amazonia: Evidence and Theoretical
       Implications.” 62nd Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology
       (symposium: Advances in Brazilian Archaeology, I. Wüst and R. Kipnis,
       orgs.), Nashville.
1997   “Limites de productividade de economias agrícolas na terra firme
       Amazônica.” 9th Bi-annual Meeting of the Sociedade Brasileira de Arqueologia
       (symposium: Novas Perspectivas em Arqueologia Amazônica, M. Imazio
       da Silveira, org.), Rio de Janeiro.
1997   “A periferia meridional amazônica: desenvolvimento cultural pré-
       Columbiano na fronteira entre amazônia e o planalto central.” 9th Bi-
       annual Meeting of the Sociedade Brasileira de Arqueologia (symposium: A
       Origem e natureza de complexidade sociocultural no Brasil Central, E. M.
       R. Gonzalez, org.), Rio de Janeiro.
1996   “A cultura xinguana em perspectiva histórica.” 20th Annual Meeting of
       the Associação Brasileira de Antropologia (symposium: Novas Visões no Alto
       Xingu, B. Franchetto and P. Agostinho, orgs), Salvador, Brazil.
1996   “Recent Archaeological Investigations in the Central Amazon: Report on
       the Fieldwork at the Açutuba Locality, Lower Negro River, Brazil (with
       JBPetersen and EGNeves). 15th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Conference
       on Andean Archaeology and Ethnohistory, Philadelphia.
1995   “The Repercussive Effects of Andean Expansionism: the View from a
       Distant Amazonian Frontier.” 19th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern
       Conference on Andean and Amazonian Archaeology and Ethnohistory, Chicago.
1995   “The Later Prehistory of the Upper Xingu Basin, Central Brazil.” 60th
       Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis.
1995   “Concentric Circular Village Patterns in the Caribbean: Comparisons
       from Amazonia” (MJH and J.B. Petersen). 17th Bi-annual Meeting of the
       International Congress for Caribbean Archaeology, Guadeloupe, FWI.
1995   “Local Politics and Regional Identity: Social Being and Becoming in the


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       Upper Xingu (Brazil).” 94th Annual Meeting of the American
       Anthropological Association (symposium: The Meta-Pragmatics of
       Sociocultural Discourse, org. N.L. Whitehead), Washington.
1992   “Amazonian Ethnoarchaeology: Archaeology, History and the
       Ethnographic Present.” 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for American
       Archaeology (symposium: Twenty-five Years of South American
       Archaeology: Resume and Prospect, org. P.G. Roe), St. Louis.
1992   “Epidemic Disease and Demographic Stress in the Upper Xingu of
       Southeastern Amazonia: Implications for an Archaeology of
       European/Amerindian Contact” (MJH and C. Barreto). 57th Annual
       Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Pittsburgh.
1991   “Early Evidence for Horticulture in Northern New England: Recent
       Investigations at the Skitchewaug Site” (MJH and J.B. Petersen), 56th
       Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.
1990   “The Boucher Site: A Preliminary Summary of Site-Specific Mortuary
       Practices” (MJH, J.B. Petersen and L.A. Basa). 30th Annual Meeting of the
       Northeastern Anthropological Association, Burlington.
1990   “Toward an Understanding of Status, Role and Gender Differences in the
       Middlesex Mortuary Complex” (MJH and J.B. Petersen). 57th Annual
       Meeting of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Columbus.
1990   “Some Considerations of Relative Status during the Early Woodland
       Period of Northeastern North America” (MJH and J.B. Petersen). 89th
       Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington.
1989   “The Ritual Use of Personal Adornment in the Early Woodland Period”
       (MJH, J.B. Petersen and L.A. Basa). 54th Annual Meeting of the Society for
       American Archaeology, Atlanta.
1989   “The Boucher Site: Implications for Mortuary Variability during the Early
       Woodland Period” (MJH and J.B. Petersen). 27th Annual Meeting of the
       Canadian Archaeological Association, Fredricton, NB.
1988   “Investigations at the Skitchewaug Site: A Multi-component Site in the
       Upper Connecticut Valley” (MJH and J.B. Petersen). 19th Annual Meeting
       of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Toronto.
1987   “Perishable Fiber Industries at the Boucher Site, Franklin County,
       Vermont.” Vermont Archaeological Society, St. Albans.

Invited Single Lectures and One-Time Conferences:
Forthcoming:
2009 Amazonian Deep Histories: A Case Study from the Upper Xingu.
      Participant Contribution: SAR Seminar on Deep History (T. Pauketat and
      J. Robb, organizers), Santa Fe (10/09)
2009 Garden Cities of Old Amazonia. Environmental Studies and
      Anthropology Colloquia Series, Tulane University (03/03).



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Presented (54):
2008 “The Fractal Forest: Person, Place, and Polity in the Southern Amazon.”
       Social Life of Forests Conference, University of Chicago (05/08).
2008 “Entrando na Agora: Arqueologias, Presente, Passado e Futuro.”
       Antropologia em Foco, Univ. Federal do Pará, Belém, Brazil (09/08).
2008 “Amazonian Archaeologies: Tropical Forest Bodies and Built
       Environments,” Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois,
       Urbana-Champaign, (02/08).
2007 “Ancient Amazonian Urbanism, or What?” Cotsen Institute of Archaeology,
       UCLA (02/07).
2007 “Arqueologia com Povos Indígenas em Amazonia.” Seminário Internacional
      de Gestão de Patrimônio Arqueológico Pan-Amazônica, Manaus (11/07).
2006 “Variation and Comparison of Amazonian Complex Societies.” University
       of St. Andrews, Scotland (10/06).
2006 “Anthropology as Meeting Place: Perspective, Voice, and Dialogue in
       Amazonian Studies.” University of Vermont (02/06).
2006 “Polity and Personhood in Ancient Amazonia.” Binghamton University,
       (2/06).
2006 “An Amazonian Odyssey: James Petersen and the Central Amazon
       Project.” Amazon and Vermont: A Symposium in Honor of James B.
       Petersen. University of Vermont (10/06).
2006 “Feathers: Nature, Culture, and the Body in Amazonia.” Fleming Museum,
       Burlington, Vermont (08/06).
2005 “Human Agency and Anthropogenic Landscapes in Amazonia:
       Organization and Scale of Southern Amazonian Complex Societies.”
       Santa Fe Institute symposium “Long-term Cycles of Environmental and
       Cultural Change in the Neotropics,” Florianopolis, Brazil (05/05; in SFI
       newsletter “Amazonia‟s Hidden Civilizations,” Winter 06).
2005 “A Pré-História do Alto Xingu.” Seminário: Povos Indígenas das
       Américas. Memorial dos Povos Indígenas, Brasília, Brazil (04/05).
2005 “A Complexidade Sociopolitica: Materialidade e o „Built Environment‟ na
       Amazonia.” Museu Goeldi, Belém, Brazil (5/05).
2005 Participant: SAR Short Seminar, Cycles of Human-Environment Change in
       Lowland Latin America, George Gumerman, org. SAR, Santa Fe (02/05).
2004 “Culture History and Landscape Transformation in PreColumbian
       Amazonia: an overview.” STINASU, Paramaribo, Suriname (7/04).
2004 “A arqueologia da imaginário ameríndio: perspectivas no longo prazo.”
       Museu Nacional, Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (6/04).
2003 “Seeing the Forest Beyond the Trees: Changing Perspectives on
       Personhood, Polity, and Landscape in Indigenous Amazonia.” University
       of Chicago (2/2/04)
2003 “History, Ecology, and Alterity: Visualizing Polity in Ancient Amazonia.”
       Harvard University (10/01/03).


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2003 “Amazonia 1492, Floresta Pristina ou Paisagem Cultural.” Nacional, Univ.
     Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (5/03).
2003 “Amazonia 1492, Floresta Pristina ou Paisagem Cultural.” Museu Goeldi
     (5/03).
2003 “Amazonia 1492, Pristine Forest or Cultural Parklands?: New Data from
     the Upper Xingu and Implications for Conservation.” Tropical
     Conservation and Development Program, Univ. of Florida (4/03).
2002 “Visualizing Deep Ecological History in Amazonia: Landscape and
     Polity.” In “The Future of the Rainforest: Does the Past Show the Way to
     the Future?” Grinnell College (2/02).
2002 “Ecology, Alterity, and History in the Southern Amazon, AD 1000-2000.”
     Historical Ecology in the Neo-tropics, organized by W. Balée, Tulane
     University (10/02).
2002 “Further Observations on Person, Place, and Memory: An Archaeology of
     the Body in the Upper Xingu.” Nacional, Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro,
     Brazil (10/02).
2002 “Disinterring Hidden Voices of the Past: The Amazon, the Tropics, and
     the Historical Imagination.” Cultural Studies Concentration, Latin
     American Studies, Colloquium Series, Univ. of Florida (4/02).
2002 “The Arawak Diaspora.” Univeridade de Sao Paulo (3/02).
2002 “Nature, Culture, and the Fractal Person in Amazonia.” Florida
     Anthropology Student Association Colloquium Series, University of Florida
     (2/02).
2001 “The Ecology of Power: Personhood and Polity in Amazonia.” Invited
     lecture for “Faire de Continu et Discontinu” Université de Paris, Nanterre
     (11/01).
2001 “Agriculture and Sedentism in Late Woodland New England.”
     Department of Anthropology Colloquium Series, Univ. of Florida (04/01).
2000 “Rethinking the Arawak Diaspora: Hierarchy, Regionality, and the
     Arawak Sub-stratum of Ancient Amazonia.” Invited for conference
     Comparative Arawak Histories, organized by F. Santos-Granero and J.
     Hill, Smithsonian Tropical Forest Research Institute, Panama City, Panama
     (5/00).
2000 “A Ecologia de Poder: Sociedades Amazonicas nas Vesperas de Cabral.”
     Amazonia 500 Anos, Museu Goeldi, Belém, Brazil (4/00).
2000 “Boucher: Ritual, Gender, and Cultural Aesthetic in the Early
     Woodland.” Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida
     (03/00).
2000 “Nature, Culture, State in Amazonia: Death of an Anthropological Myth
     (the Tropical Forest Tribe).” Invited lecture in Series “Reflections on
     Amazonia: Impacts of Amazonian Research on the Development of the
     Social Sciences and Arts,” organized by Darrell Posey, Oxford University,
     England (12/00).


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1999 “Ancient Complex Societies of the Amazon.” The George Washington
     University, Washington, DC (01/99).
1999 “A Tale of Two Villages: Rethinking Power and Place in Amazonia.”
     Department of Anthropology, Univ. of Florida (01/99).
1999 “Surplus and Sociopolitical Complexity: What is the Relationship in
     Amazonia.” Florida Museum of Natural History, UFlorida (10/99).
1998 “A Tale of Two Villages: Historical Reflections on Ethnographic
     Archetypes in Amazonia.” Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series of the
     Department of Anthropology, Univ. of Vermont, Burlington (11/98).
1998 “História cultural das línguas Karib.” Seminário de Estudos das Línguas
     Karib (orgs. B. Franchetto and E. Camargo), Museu Nacional, Univ. Federal
     do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (10/98).
1998 “O enigma das grandes cidades: o corpo e o estado Ameríndia.” Invited
     Lecture for series “A Outra Margem do Occidente. Brazil Quinhentos
     Anos: Experiência e Destino”; Fundação Nacional de Arte; Ministério da
     Cultura, Rio de Janeiro (9/98) and São Paulo (10/98).
1998 “Memôria, patrimônio e consciência pública: o papel de museu no século
     XXI.” Opening lecture of the 180th Anniversary Celebration of the Museu
     Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (6/98).
1998 “Monuments and Memories: The Socialization of Nature and Landscape
     in Southern Amazonia.” Museu Nacional, Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro,
     Brazil (5/98).
1998 “Pré-história do médio Solimões.” In symposium Os Ticunas Hoje:
     direções e perspectivas da pesquisa etnológica, Nacional, Univ. Federal do
     Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (5/98).
1998 Hierárquia e economia política em Amazônia (parte II): o rio amazonas no
     século XV. Museu Nacional, Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (5/98).
1997 “Hierárquia e economia política em Amazônia (parte I): reflexões
     arqueológicas em arcetipos etnológicos.” Museu Nacional, Univ. Federal do
     Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (11/97).
1997 “The Fractal Person: Escala, Visibilidade e Holismo em Antropologia.”
     Museu Nacional, Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (11/97).
1997 “Guerra, aliança e comércio précolumbiano na Amazônia meridional:
     implicações para o desenvolvimento de estruturas sociopolíticas.” Museu
     Nacional, Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (5/97).
1997 “Investigações arqueológicas na Amazonia central.” Museu Nacional, Rio
     de Janeiro (5/97).
1996 “Etno-arqueologia no Alto Xingu.” Museu Goeldi, Belém, Brazil (4/96).
1996 “Etno-arqueologia no Alto Xingu.” Museu Nacional, Univ. Federal do Rio de
     Janeiro, Brazil (3/96).
1996 “Etno-arqueologia no Alto Xingu.” Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia,
     Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil (3/96).
1994 “As Relações entre antropologia e arqueologia no estudo dos povos


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     amazônicos.” Museu Antropológico, Univ. Federal de Bahia, Salvador,
     Brazil (5/94).
1994 “Estudos etno-arqueológicas no sudeste de Amazônia.” Museu
     Antropológico, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, Brazil (5/94).
1994 “Arqueologia, história e o presente etnografico: un ensaio no estudo de
     mudança e continuidade cultural no longo prazo.” Museu Nacional, Univ.
     Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (4/94).
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