Presentations & Posters

2016

  • “Sex and Sexuality in Anthropology.” For Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANP201), Michigan State University, March 17.
  • “Food Is Culture.” For Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANP201), Michigan State University, April 12.
  • “Exploring Human Ancestors” (with M. Isa and K. Mueller) Olivet Middle School, Olivet, MI, November 5; (with E. Streetman, J. Biggs, and D. Quinn) Heritage School, Stockbridge, MI, November 18; (with E. Streetman and J. Biggs) Leslie Middle School, Leslie, MI, December 5.

2014

  • “As American As Chop Suey: Exploring Chinese-American Identity Through Food, 1870- 1920.” Theoretical Archaeology Group, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne, May 25.
  • Miss Elsie’s House (art display with J. Jarvinen). Theoretical Archaeology Group, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne, May 25-27.

2013

  • “As American As Chop Suey: Understanding Chinese-American identity through food, 1870-1920.” Anthropology Department Brown Bag Lecture Series, Michigan State University, February 1.

2012

  • “Engaging Chicago’s Gold Coast with the Gilded Age: The Charnley-Persky House Archaeological Project” (with R.S. Graff). Midwest Historical Archaeology Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne, October 6.

2011

  • “The Kish Expedition, 1927-28.” Anthropology Department Brown Bag Lecture Series, Michigan State University, April 29.
  • “What’s For Supper? Food preferences and availability at the Agricultural College of the State of Michigan” (poster). Midwest Historical Archaeology Conference, Michigan State University, September 17.

2010

  • “In the Shade of Beaumont Tower: The 2010 Campus Archaeology Field School” (with C. Stawski). Midwest Archaeological Society meeting, Michigan State University, December 16.

2007

  • “From Worst to Gong Bao Di: Food resources in a dynamic urban environment.” For the Chinese-American Museum of Chicago Board of Directors, Chicago, October 1.
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