Neusius, Chiarulli, and Graduate Students Present to Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology

Posted on 4/13/2010 11:27:44 PM

Drs. Sarah Neusius and Beverly Chiarulli, Department of Anthropology, and graduate students Lisa Dugas and Angela Jaillet presented papers at the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology annual meeting in Greensburg, Pa., on April 10–11, 2010.

Neusius presented “Animal Use at Monongahela Sites: New Data and New Insights,” while Chiarulli presented “Late Prehistoric Settlement in the Central Allegheny Valley.”

The two students are in the M.A. in Applied Archaeology program. Jaillet’s paper was titled “Leaving a Legacy in the Image of an Industry: Pioneers of the Early Oil Industry,” while Dugas presented “Secrets from Chinatown: Chinese Diaspora in Pittsburgh.”