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Kary Stackelbeck

State Archaeologist

BA, Missouri State University

MA, University of Kentucky

PhD, University of Kentucky

 

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Research Interests

Early forager populations of the Americas, emerging complexity, lithic analysis, domestic architecture and household archaeology, spatial analyses, settlement patterns, and human-environment interactions (particularly during times of climate change)

Publications

Dillehay, Tom D., Kary Stackelbeck, Jack Rossen, and Greg Maggard

2011       Research History, Methods, and Site Types, in From Foraging to Farming in the Andes: New Perspectives on Food Production and Social Organization, edited by T. D. Dillehay, pp. 29-42.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Stackelbeck, Kary and Tom D. Dillehay

2011       Tierra Blanca Phase (7800–5000 BP), in From Foraging to Farming in the Andes: New Perspectives on Food Production and Social Organization, edited by T. D. Dillehay, pp. 117-134.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Stackelbeck, Kary

2011       Faunal Remains, in From Foraging to Farming in the Andes: New Perspectives on Food Production and Social Organization, edited by T. D. Dillehay, pp. 193-204.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Dillehay, Tom D., Greg Maggard, Jack Rossen, and Kary Stackelbeck

2011      Technologies and Material Culture, in From Foraging to Farming in the Andes: New Perspectives on Food Production and Social Organization, edited by T. D. Dillehay, pp. 205-228.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Dillehay, Tom D., Jack Rossen, and Kary Stackelbeck

2011      Foraging to Farming and Community Development, in From Foraging to Farming in the Andes: New Perspectives on Food Production and Social Organization, edited by T. D. Dillehay, pp. 257-274.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Stackelbeck, Kary L.

2010   Maximizing the Research Potential of Refit Analysis without Replicating Pincevent: A Case Study from the Big Eddy Site in Southwest Missouri.  Lithic Technology35(1): 37-62.

Stackelbeck, Kary L. and Phillip B. Mink

2008      Overview of Archaeological Research in Kentucky (pdf).  In The Archaeology of Kentucky: Past Accomplishments and Future Directions: Volume 1, edited by D. Pollack, pp. 27-107.  State Historic Preservation Comprehensive Plan Report No. 2.  Kentucky Heritage Council, Frankfort.

Maggard, Greg J. and Kary L. Stackelbeck

2008      Paleoindian Period (pdf).  In The Archaeology of Kentucky: Past Accomplishments and Future Directions: Volume 1, edited by D. Pollack, pp. 109-192.  State Historic Preservation Comprehensive Plan Report No. 2.  Kentucky Heritage Council, Frankfort.

Dillehay, Tom D., Jack Rossen, Greg Maggard, Kary Stackelbeck, and Patricia J. Netherly

2003       Early Localization and Possible Social Aggregation in the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene on the North Coast of Peru.  Quaternary International 109-110: 3-11.

Dillehay, Tom D., Jack Rossen, Pat Netherly, Greg J. Maggard, and Kary Stackelbeck

2003       New Archaeological Evidence of the Paiján Culture on the North Coast of Peru and its Importance in Early Andean Prehistory.  Where the South Winds Blow: Ancient Evidence of Paleo South Americans, edited by L. Miotti, M. Salemme, N. Flegenheimer, pp. 13-15. Center for the Study of the First Americans, College Station, Texas.

Stackelbeck, Kary L. 

2001       Refit Analysis.  In The 1999 Excavations at the Big Eddy Site (23Ce426), edited by Neal H. Lopinot, Jack H. Ray, and Michael D. Connor, pp. 132-176.  Special Publication No. 3.  Center for Archaeological Research, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield.