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    Warren DeBoer  
      Professor  
      Ph.D. UCB 1972  



   
 Office:   Powdermaker  Hall 312D  
 Phone:   (718) 997-2894
 Fax:  (718) 997-2885
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Interests:  Courses Taught:
  • Archaeology,
  • Ethnoarchaeology
  • South America 
  • North America.
  • Intro to Archaeology (103)
  • Native Americans (207)
  • Essentials of Archaeology (240)
  • Archaeology of North America (243)
  • Archaeology of South America (245)
  • Archaeological Analysis of Pottery (251)
  • Archaeological Method and Theory (340)

  • Academic Honors:
    1999. Society for American Archaeology Excellence
    in Ceramic Studies Award.

    Selected Publications:
    BOOKS:
    1996. Traces Behind the Esmeraldas Shore:
    Prehistory of the Santiago-Cayapas Region, Ecuador.
    University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

    ARTICLES:
  • 2006. Salient representations of the American Past A Pre-Columbian World, edited by Jeffrey Quilter and Mary Miller. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D. C. pp 137-187.
  • 2005. Colours for a North American past. World Archaeology 37(1): 66-91.
  • 2004. Little Bighorn on the Scioto: The Rocky Mountain Connection to Ohio Hopewell. American Antiquity 69(1): 85-108.
  • 2001. Of dance and women: gambling and exchange in native North America. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 8(3): 215-269.
  • 2001. The big drink: feast and forum in the Upper Amazon. In: Feasting in the Archaeological Record. Edited by Michael Dietler and Brian Hayden, pp. 215-240. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
  • 1986. Pillage and Production in the Amazon: A View through the Conibo of the Ucayali Basin, Eastern Peru. World Archaeology 18(2): 231-246. PDF file

  • 1981. Buffer Zones in the Cultural Ecology of Aboriginal Amazonia: An Ethnohistorical Approach. American Antiquity 46(2): 364-377. PDF file

  • Anthropology Department Address:
    Department of Anthropology, Queens College of the City University of New York
    Powdermaker Hall 314, 65-30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing NY, 11367