Jeanne E. Arnold
Ph.D., Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara 1983
Office: 318E Haines Hall
341 Haines Hall - Box 951553
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1553
Archaeological theory, complex hunter-gatherers, craft specialization, political evolution, exchange systems, modern material culture, ethnoarchaeology, the prehistory and early contact era of the Pacific Coast of North America --- California and British Columbia.
1992 Complex Hunter-Gatherer-Fishers of Prehistoric California: Chiefs, Specialists, and Maritime Adaptations of the Channel Islands. American Antiquity, 57:60-84.
1993 Labor and the Rise of Complex Hunter-Gatherers. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 12:75-119.
1995 Transportation Innovation and Social Complexity among Maritime Hunter-Gatherer Societies. American Anthropologist 97:733-747.
1995 Social Inequality, Marginalization, and Economic Process. In Foundations of Social Inequality, T.D. Price and G.M. Feinman (eds.), pp. 87-103. Plenum, New York.
1996 (editor) Emergent Complexity: The Evolution of Intermediate Societies. International Monographs In Prehistory, Ann Arbor.
1996 The Archaeology of Complex Hunter-Gatherers. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 3:77-126.
2000 Revisiting Power, Labor Rights, and Kinship: Archaeology and Social Theory. In Social Theory in Archaeology. M.B. Schiffer ed. University of Utah Press.
2000 The Origins of Hierarchy and the Nature of Hierarchical Structures in Prehistoric California. In Hierarchies in Action: Cui Bono? (M.W. Diehl, ed.), pp. 221-240. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Occasional Paper 27, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
2001 (editor) The Origins of a Pacific Coast Chiefdom: The Chumash of the Channel Islands. University of Utah Press.
2004 (w/ M. Walsh and S. Hollimon) The Archaeology of California. Journal of Archaeological Research 12:1-73
2004 A Transcontinental Perspective on the Evolution of Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways on the Plateau: Discussion and Reflection. In Complex Hunter-Gatherers: Evolution and Organization of Prehistoric Communities on the Plateau of Northwestern North America (W. Prentiss and I. Kuijt, eds.), pp. 171-181. University of Utah Press.
2004 (editor) Foundations of Chumash Complexity. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA.
2005 (w/ J. Bernard) Negotiating the Coasts: Status and the Evolution of Boat Technology in California. World Archaeology 37:109-131.
2006 Comment on Constraints on the Development of Enduring Inequalities in Late Holocene Australia. Current Anthropology 47:19-20.
2006 Households on the Pacific Coast: The Northwest Coast and California in Comparative Perspective. In Household Archaeology on the Northwest Coast (E. A. Sobel, D. A. Trieu Gahr, and K. M. Ames, eds.), pp. 270-285. International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor.
2007 Credit Where Credit is Due: The History of the Chumash Oceangoing Plank Canoe. American Antiquity 72:196-209.
2007 Jeanne E.Arnold and Ursula A. Lang. Changing American Home Life: Trends in Domestic Leisure and Storage among Middle-Class Families. Journal of Family and Economic Issues 28:23-48.
2009 The Role of Politically Charged Property in the Appearance of Institutionalized Leadership: A View from the North American Pacific Coast.” In The Evolution of Leadership: Transitions in Decision Making from Small-Scale to Middle-Range Societies, edited by K. J. Vaughn, J. W. Eerkens, and J. Kantner, pp. 121-146. School of Advanced Research Press (SAR), Santa Fe, NM.
2009 Beck, M.E., and Jeanne E. Arnold Gendered Time Use at Home: An Ethnographic Examination of Leisure Time in Middle-Class Families. Leisure Studies 28:121-142 (Routledge).
2009 D. Lepofsky, D. Schaepe, A. Graesch, M. Lenert, P. Ormerod, K. T. Carlson, Jeanne E. Arnold, M.Blake, P. Moore, and J. Clague. Exploring Sto:lo-Coast Salish Interaction and Identity in Ancient Houses and Settlements in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia. American Antiquity 74:595-626.
2009 Archaeology of California. In Archaeology in America, Volume 4: West Coast and Arctic/Subarctic, edited by F. P. McManamon, Linda Cordell, Kent Lightfoot, and George Milner, pp. 9-13. Greenwood Publishing, Westport, CT.
2010 Jeanne E. Arnold and Michael R. Walsh
California’s Ancient Past: From the Pacific to the Range of Light. Society for American Archaeology Press, Washington, DC.
2010 Torben C. Rick, Robert L. DeLong, Jon M. Erlandson, Terry L. Jones, Todd J. Braje, Jeanne E. Arnold, Matthew DesLauriers, Douglas J. Kennett, René L. Vellanoweth, and Thomas A. Wake. Where Were the Northern Elephant Seals? Holocene Archaeology and Biogeography of Mirounga angustirostris. The Holocene 21(7): 1159-1166.
2010 Dynamics in Colonial-Era Bead Making on California's Channel Isands. Backdirt: Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, 2010: 8-9.
2011 Technological Decision Making: Fused Shale Tool Production in California. North American Archaeaologist 32:15-48.
2011 Detecting Apprentices and Innovators in the Archaeological Record: The Shell Bead-Making Industry of the Channel Islands. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. DOI 10.1007/s10816-011-9108-1, May 2011.
2012 Jeanne E. Arnold, Anthony Graesch, Enzo Ragazzini, and Elinor Ochs.
Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century: 32 Families Open Their Doors. Cotsen Institute Press, Los Angeles.
National Science Foundation
Senior awards in Anthropology
Dissertation improvement awards
Research Experience for Undergraduates awards
UCLA Academic Senate - grant awards
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: Sr. collaborator “Aboriginal Collective Identity: Exploring Interactions among the Sto:lo of Southwestern British Columbia:”
UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Ahmanson Field Research Awards
Alfred P Sloan Foundation - collaborator, Center on the Everyday Lives of Families
Kelly Fong (Archaeology Program)
Stephanie Salwen (Archaeology)
Angela Orlando (2012)
Julienne Bernard (2008)
John Dietler (2008)
Ray Corbett (2007)
Anthony P. Graesch (2006)
Michael Lenert (2007)
Anna C. Noah (2005)
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