April 5, 2019
K-State anthropologists present at 41st annual Flint Hills Archaeological Conference
The sociology, anthropology and social work department was represented at the 41st annual Flint Hills Archaeological Conference in Lincoln, Nebraska on March 15-16, by the following presenters.
Brad Logan, research associate professor, presented "House, Midden, or Palimpsest: Spatial Analysis of Quixote, a Late Woodland Site in the Delaware River Drainage, Northeastern Kansas."
Jim Ralston, nondegree seeking student, and Lauren W. Ritterbush, professor, presented "Virtual Reconstruction of White Plume's Stone House."
Jakob Hanschu, senior in anthropology and geography, presented "Producing Spaces in/of Archaeology."
The conference is a venue for archaeologists to present, compare and discuss findings pertaining to the discovery and interpretation of past human cultures in the central and southern Plains and adjacent regions.