|Dr. Elizabeth M. Scott : Books and Publications|
Books and Publications
1994 Those of Little Note: Gender, Race, and Class in Historical Archaeology. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
1985 French Subsistence at Fort Michilimackinac, 1715-1781: The Clergy and the Traders. Archaeological Completion Report Series, No. 9. Mackinac Island State Park Comission, Mackinac Island, Michigan.
Guest Editor for Journal Volumes
IN PRESS (Post-Peer Review)
2006 "Special Issue: Interdisciplinary Studies of the French in the New World," International Journal of Historical Archaeology 10(3).
2007 "Prehistoric Plant and Animal Use in the Interior Uplands of Silver Creek, Southwestern Illinois." (co-authored with Kathryn E. Parker). Illinois Archaeology, Vols. 15 & 16: 58-89.
2003 "Horticultural Hunters: Seasonally Abundant Animal Resources and Gender Roles in Late Prehistoric Iroquoian Subsistence Strategies." Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 44(1):171-182.
2001 "Food and Social Relations at Nina Plantation." American Anthropologist 103(3):671-691.
1998 "Some Thoughts on African American Foodways." African-American Archaeology 22:5-6.
1997 "'A Little Gravy in the Dish and Onions in a Tea Cup:' What Cookbooks Reveal About Material Culture." International Journal of Historical Archaeology 1:2:131-155.
1991 "A Feminist Approach to Historical Archaeology: 18th-Century Fur Trade Society at Michilimackinac." Historical Archaeology 25:4:42-53.
1981 "The Route of the Narvaez Expedition Through Florida." The Florida Journal of Anthropology 6:1:52-63.
Chapters/Entries in Edited Volumes
2007 "Ethnicity and Class in Colonial Foodways." IN Seeking Our Past: An Introduction to North American Archaeology, by Sarah W. Neusius and G. Timothy Gross, Case Study D. 6, pp. 94-102. Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York.
2007 "'Pigeon soup...and plover in pyramids:' French Foodways in New France and the Illinois Country." IN The Archaeology, Food, and Identity, edited by Katheryn C. Twiss. Occasional Paper No. 34, pp. 243-259. Center for Archaeological Investigations. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
"Introduction: Gender Research in African American Archaeology." IN Engendering African-American Archaeology, edited by Jillian E. Galle and Amy L. Young, pp. 1-18. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.
2002 "Feminist Archaeology." IN Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology, edited by Charles E. Orser, pp. 203-205. Routledge, London.
2002 "Zooarchaeology." IN Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology, edited by Charles E. Orser, pp. 586-587. Routledge, London.
2002 "Observaciones Preliminares Sobre Los Restos Faunicos de la Operacion 99-2." IN Investigaciones arqueologicas en Ciudad Vieja, El Salvador, compiled by William R. Fowler, Jr. and Roberto Gallardo, pp. 85-87. Coleccion Antropologia e Historia, Vol. 1. CONCULTURA, San Salvador.
2001 "'An Indolent Slothfull Set of Vagabonds:' Ethnicity and Race in a Colonial Fur-Trading Community." IN Race and the Archaeology of Identity, edited by Charles E. Orser, Jr., pp. 14-33. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.
2001 "The Roots of U.S. Inequality." IN Cultural Diversity in the United States : A Critical Reader, edited by Ida Susser and Thomas C. Patterson, pp. 155-172. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford.
1996 "Who Ate What?: Archaeological Food Remains and Cultural Diversity." IN Case Studies in Environmental Archaeology, edited by Elizabeth J. Reitz, Lee A. Newsom, and Sylvia J. Scudder, pp. 339-356. Plenum Press, New York.
1996 "Ideology and Archaeology." IN The Oxford Companion to Archaeology, edited by Brian M. Fagan, Charlotte Beck, George Michaels, Chris Scarre, and Neil Asher Silberman, p. 339. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York.
1994 "Through the Lens of Gender: Archaeology, Inequality, and Those 'of Little Note'." IN Those of Little Note: Gender, Race, and Class in Historical Archaeology, edited by Elizabeth M. Scott, pp. 3-24. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
1991 "Gender in Complex Colonial Society: The Material Goods of Everyday Life in a Late Eighteenth-Century Fur-Trading Community." IN The Archaeology of Gender, edited by Dale Walde and Noreen D. Willows, pp. 490-495. The Archaeological Association, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.
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