Presentation, Lectures, Conferences & Exhibitions:
R. Scott Frey, and Matthew R. Sanderson, “A Metabolic Rift in the U.S. High Plains: The Dust Bowl and Its Legacy.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. New York, NY.
Sanderson, Matthew R. and Michael F. Timberlake. 2013. “Bringing Migration Back In: A Cross-City Comparative Analysis of the World Urban System.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. New York, NY.
Sanderson, Matthew R., and Michael F. Timberlake. 2013. “Of Migrants and Capital: Exploring the Relationship between Inter-City Connections in World Urban System.” Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the World Society Foundation Award of Excellence Program and the Political Economy of the World-System Section of the American Sociological Association. Riverside, CA.
Donna C. Roper, Using Chronometric Hygiene to Revise the Central Plains Tradition Chronology. Paper presented at the 71st Plains Anthropological Conference, Loveland, Colorado. Roper also chaired the session on which this paper was presented.
Linda Scott Cummings (PaleoResearch Institute, Golden, Colorado) and Donna C. Roper, Dating Food Crusts: Its More Than What You Ate for Dinner. Paper presented at the 71st Plains Anthropological Conference, Loveland, Colorado.
Donna C. Roper, Recent Investigations at the Kansa Blue Earth Site. Public program presented at Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site as part of their educational and outreach program.
László J. Kulcsár and Sarah Beach (2013) "Environment and Community: Contextualizing Farmers' Adaptation" (presented at the Kansas NSF EPSCoR 2013 Annual Meeting, Lawrence, KS, October 8, 2013)
László J. Kulcsár (2013) "Future Population Trends: Will We Be In Kansas Anymore?" (presented at the Civic Luncheon Lecture Series, Salina, KS, October 10, 2013)
Sanderson, Matthew R. 2013. “Does Immigration Have a Matthew Effect? A Cross-National Analysis of International Migration and International Income Inequality, 1960-2005.” Social Science Research 42(3): 683-697.
Other (Awards, Service and Misc. Departmental Activity):
Matthew R. Sanderson was appointed to the Editorial Board of the Journal of World-Systems Research.
Matthew R. Sanderson was elected to the Council of the Political-Economy of the World-System section of the American Sociological Association
L. Susan Williams, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminology, recently travelled to Philadelphia, PA, where she was presented an international award for Excellence in Law Enforcement Research; it was sponsored by Sprint and granted by the Research Advisory Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police for her innovative work in partnership with Riley County Police Department.
Lauren W. Ritterbush, “Kaw (Kanza) Frontiers”, Invited presentation for the 2013 Fall Symposium (The Frontier in Missouri) of the Missouri Archaeological Society, Fort Osage National Historic Landmark, Sibley, Missouri, September 28, 2013.
Lauren W. Ritterbush, “Kaw Landscapes: The Language and Landscape Project”, 71st Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Loveland, Colorado, October 2-5, 2013.