1983 - B.A., Anthropology, University of South Carolina-Columbia
1987 - M.A., Anthropology, University of South Carolina-Columbia
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Late Prehistoric Archaeology in the Southeastern United States-emphasis-South Carolina.
AREAS OF INTEREST:
Woodland and Mississippian periods, ceramics, theory, public education, folk music.
Aboriginal pottery vessel function in south Appalachian Mississippian Society : A Case study from the Mulberry Site. Unpublished M.A. thesis, USC-Columbia 1987.
THESIS COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Dr. Stanton Green
Dr. Leland Ferguson
Dr. Albert C. Goodyear III
Dissertation research involves the exploration of Late Woodland (A.D. 675-1,100) lifeways in the Great Pee Dee River Valley of Eastern South Carolina.
Dr. Joanna Casey
"Dietary Reconstruction from Late Woodland Pit Features at the Johannes Kolb Site", Darlington County, South Carolina. Christopher Judge, University of South Carolina and
Dawn Reid. Archaeological Consultants of the Carolinas
Cohen, Arthur D., David C. Shelley, H. Thomas Foster, II, Christopher Judge, Michelle A. Metzler, and Elizabeth A. Cannon. "Palynology and Paleoecology of Late Pleistocene to Holocene, Organic-Rich, Paleomeander/Rimswamp Deposits in South Carolina and Georgia". Paper presented at the 2006 Geological Society of America, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Accepted for 40th Chacmool Conference, Eat, Drink, and Be Merry: The Archaeology of Foodways. November 10-12, 2007, Calgary, Canada.
Society for American Archaeology April 07 Austin, Texas, Annual Conference on South Carolina Archaeology, Feb. 07
The Daws Island Volume: A Tribute to the Career of James L. Michie, edited by Christopher Judge and Carl Steen, South Carolina Antiquities Volume 32 (1&2) 2000 (published August 2007).
The South Carolina Heritage Trust Program: Fifteen Years of Archaeological Site Acquisition. In Managing Archaeological Resources. Edited by Frank McManamin, Andy Stout and Jodi A. Barnes. One World Archaeology Series, Left Coast Press (In press 2008)
USC Lancaster Faculty Research and Productive Scholarship Grant 2007
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY AND TESTING WITHIN THE HURRICANE BRANCH DRAINAGE, DARLINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Summer 2007 - David G. Ellison Summer Fellowship, Institute for Southern Studies, US History Department
Society for American Archaeology
Southeastern Archaeological Conference
Archaeological Society of South Carolina
Council of South Carolina Professional Archaeologists
South Carolina Archaeology Network
The Johannes Kolb Site
Word of Mouth Productions