Topic ID #34331 - posted 12/27/2014 3:59 PM

Anthropology B.A. seeking archaeology/CRM employment or internship anywhere



jlee080

Jonathan Lee, B.A.                                                                    Curriculum Vitae

Email:  jlee080@ucr.edu

 

EDUCATION:


2014    Section 106 Essentials Training through Advisory Council On Historic Preservation. September 15-16, 2014. Oakland, California.

 

2013    Archaeology Field School "Field Methods in Subarctic Archaeology & Ethnography" and "Field Analysis of Archaeological and Anthropological Data ". Offered through Yukon College, June through August. Field school occurred throughout different sites in Yukon, Canada and Alaska. Field school provided Comprehensive knowledge in archaeological survey and excavation techniques; That is intrinsically connected with related ethnographic enquiry with the local First Nation communities. I learned basic knowledge of Total Station Operation, setting up 1x1 excavation unit and understanding site formation processes. Learned extensive ethnographic methods inquiring on oral history, place-names documentation, kinship and social relations and contemporary village life of local First Nation communities. Completed basic artifact, faunal, feature, sediment, and stratigraphic analyses related to archaeological excavation in laboratory setting. Project Director, Norman Easton M.A. Lecturer, Yukon College,(northeaston@gmail.com) OK to contact.

 

2008    Bachelors of Arts, Anthropology, University of California – Riverside, Riverside, CA

            ( Major Advisor, Scott Fedick). A list of relevant courses appears below.

 

2007    Archaeological Field School “Field Course in Archaeology: Survey and Documentation” through University of California, Riverside, April through June.  Field school provided comprehensive training in various survey and documentation techniques, including using a compass and generating maps.  I learned to identify geographical features during survey and to understand site formation process.  Survey occurred in the Mojave Desert. I documented a variety of sites, features, and artifact concentrations.  Project Director, Dr. Phillip J. Wilke, Professor Emeritus, University of California Riverside. (philip.wilke@ucr.edu)

 

 

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PROFESSIONAL FIELD EXPERIENCE:


2012    Volunteer, Norton Point Archaeological Field Survey, Washakie Wilderness, Northwestern, Wyoming, July 30 through August 8 (10 working days).  Surveyed and recorded lithic artifacts exposed by forest fires on the Shoshone National Forest.  Coded 1000s of lithic artifacts using a standardized nomenclature while piece-plotting artifacts (three point provenience) using a variety of Trimble and Garmin GPS devices on several backcountry sites.  Project Director, Dr. Lawrence Todd, Greybull River Sustainable Landscape Ecology (GRSLE) Program, PO. Box 70, Meeteetse, WY 82433 USA, (lctodd@grsle.org) OK to contact.

 




PROFESSIONAL MUSEUM EXPERIENCE:

 

2012    Volunteer, San Bernardino County Museum, Redland, California, June and July ( two months, 4/hrs per week). Worked on accessioning and cataloging archaeological collections from a variety of sites and projects. Completed data entry on artifacts from the Calico Early Man site in the Mojave Desert of southern California as well as accessioning and cataloging arrow shafts from several Native American tribes. I also catalogued and filed research articles and papers to increase accuracy with the museum’s archival records. Dr. Adella Schroth, Curator of Anthropology, San Bernardino County Museum. (aschroth@sbcm.sbcounty.gov)

 

Volunteer

 

08-Present       Volunteer, Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe, Pomona, CA

                        Performed office duties in tribal office such as answering calls, filing and organizing papers and documents. Worked with the tribe on Rumsen Ohlone language revitalization. Recorded and documented oral history of the Ohlone people. Participated and assisted setting up cultural events such as Pow Wow and/or other gatherings. Participated and worked with tribal youth in revitalization of cultural heritage, oral history, songs and dances.


RELEVANT COURSE WORK:

ANTH 185 – Field course in Archaeology(Mojave Desert)

ANTH 225 – Field Methods in Subarctic Archaeology & Ethnography

ANTH 226  – Analytical Methods in Archaeology and Ethnography

SEC.    106 -  The Section 106 Process

References

Craig M. Lee

Research Director & Principal Investigator

Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc.

PO Box 1526, Bozeman, MT 59771

406-219-3535

clee@metcalfarchaeology.com

 

Tony Cerda

Tribal Chairman, Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe

240 East 1st street. Pomona, CA 91766

(909) 623-7889

rumsen@aol.com

 

Dr. Lawrence Todd

Director, Greybull River Sustainable Landscape Ecology (GRSLE) Program

Archaeologist/Professor Emeritus, Colorado State University

PO. Box 70

Meeteetse, WY 82433

(307) 868-2169

lctodd@grsle.org

 

 Adella Schroth

Curator of Anthropology, San Bernardino County Museum

 2024 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands, California 92374

 (909) 798-8622

aschroth@sbcm.sbcounty.gov

 






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