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Keith W. Kintigh
Professor Emeritus, School of Human Evolution & Social Change
Founding Co-Director, Center for Archaeology and Society
Senior Sustainability Scientist,  ASU Global Institute of Sustainability
Co-chair, Board of Directors, Center for Digital Antiquity, see tDAR the Digital Archaeological RecordtDAR
Co-President, Coalition for Archaeological Synthesis
(not an ASU web site)

Contact:
kintigh@asu.edu
School of Human Evolution & Social Change
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-2402

See also Kintigh's ASU Directory Page

Kintigh's Archaeological Software Package: Tools for Quantitative Archaeology (not an ASU web site)

Organizations
Society for American Archaeology SAA (former President)
Coalition for Archaeological Synthesis (co-President) (Partner Organizations)
Registered Professional Archaeologist, 10256
SRI Foundation (Board of Directors)
SAA Digital Data Interest Group (co-organizer)
Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology (Editorial Board 2012-2020)
Selected Substantial and Recent Publications (Most articles will download automatically)
Kintigh & Peeples 2020 Estimating Population Growth Rates and Instantaneous Population from Periodized Settlement Data. Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 3(1):197-209.  https://doi.org/10.5334/jcaa.58

Altschul et al. 2020 Opinion: To understand how migrations affect human securities, look to the past. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (34) 20342-20345. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2015146117

Strawhacker et al. 2020 A Landscape Perspective on Climate-Driven Risks to Food Security: Exploring the Relationship between Climate and Social Transformations in the Prehispanic U.S. Southwest. American Antiquity 85(3): 427-451.

Altschul et al. 2018 Fostering Collaborative Synthetic Research in Archaeology. Advances in Archaeological Practice 6(1): 19-29.

Kintigh et al. 2018 Data Integration in the Service of Synthetic Research. Advances in Archaeological Practice. 6(1): 30-41.

Kintigh and Ingram 2018 Was the drought really responsible? Assessing statistical relationships between climate extremes and cultural transitions. Journal of Archaeological Science 89: 25-31.

Altschul et al. 2017 Fostering Synthetic Research in Archaeology to Advance Science and Benefit Society. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(42): 10999-01002

McManamon et al. 2017 tDAR: A Cultural Heritage Archive for Twenty-First-Century Public Outreach, Research, and Resource Management.. Advances in Archaeological Practice. 5(1): 1-121.

Kintigh et al. 2015 Cultural Dynamics, Deep Time, and Data: Planning Cyberinfrastructure Investments for Archaeology. Advances in Archaeological Practice 3(1):1-15.

Hegmon et al. 2014 The Human Experience of Social Change and Continuity: The Southwest and North Atlantic in "Interesting Times" ca. 1300. In Climates of Change: The Shifting Environments of Archaeology,  pp. 53-68. Proceedings of the 44th Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary.

Kintigh et al. 2014 Grand Challenges for Archaeology. American Antiquity 79(1): 5-24.

Kintigh et al. 2014 Grand Challenges for Archaeology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(3): 879-880.

Kintigh 2013 Sustaining Database Semantics. In CAA 2010: Fusion of Cultures BAR International Series 2494: 585-589.

Spielmann and Kintigh 2011 the Digital Archaeological Record: The Potentials of Archaeozoological Data Integration through tDAR. SAA Archaeological Record. 11(1) 22-25.

Kintigh (ed.) 2006 The Promise and Challenge of Archaeological Data Integration. American Antiquity 71(3): 567-578.

Kintigh 2006 Ceramic Dating and Type Associations. In Managing Archaeological Data: Essays in Honor of Sylvia W. Gaines, Arizona State University Anthropological Research Papers 57: 17-26.

Papalas, Clark and Kintigh 2003 Liencres Revisited: The Significance of Spatial Patterning Revealed by Unconstrained Clustering. In In Mesolithic on the Move: Papers Presented at the Sixth International Conference on the Mesolithic in Europe, Stockholm 2000, pp. 253-261.

Gregg et al. 1991 Linking ethnoarchaeological interpretation and archaeological data: The sensitivity of spatial analytical methods to post-depositional disturbance. In The Archaeological Interpretation of Spatial Patterns, pp. 149-196.

Kintigh 1990 Intrasite Spatial Analysis: A Commentary on Major Methods. In Mathematics and Information Science in Archaeology: A Flexible Framework, edited by Albertus Voorrips. Studies in Modern Archaeology 3: 165-200.

Minor Useful Publications
Applying to Graduate School in Archaeology SAA Archaeological Record 4(3): 9-12, (May 2004; pdf)
Notes on Quantitative Analysis and Writing in Archaeology SAA Archaeological Record 5(4):33-35 (Sept. 2005; pdf)
    Kintigh: Writing Archaeology: Analyses and Archaeological Argumentation
    Cowgill: Things to Remember About Statistics - (Whatever Else You Forget)
Summary of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) (pdf)
Recent Papers Presented
Altschul and Kintigh 2019 Can a Synthesis Center Work for Archaeology. Paper presented in the symposium Discussing the Value and Public Utility of Archaeology at the 25th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Bern, Switzerland, 7 September 2019.

Kintigh and Altschul 2019 Archaeological Synthesis: Why and How CRM Should Be Involved. Paper presented in the session: Perspectives on Cultural Resources: Data Mining, Data Synthesis, & Data Archiving at the 24th Annual Conference, American Cultural Resources Association, Spokane, 25 October 2019.

Field Research
2004 ASU Summer Archaeological Field School, El Morro Valley, New Mexico School
2004 SAA Poster: Community Formation and Migration in the 13th Century El Morro Valley, New Mexico
Interpreting the Prehistory of Lyman Lake State Park (developed collaboratively with the Hopi tribe)
Legacies on the Landscape Agua Fria National Monument, Arizona (pdf; ASU Research magazine)

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