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Area Specialization North American Archaeology; American Indian Studies; Cultural Resource Management/Historic Preservation; Archaeological Method and Theory
Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo
M.A. State University of New York at Buffalo
B.A. Queens College, City University of New York
ANTH 1300 Origins and Diversity of Humankind
ANTH 2100 Digging the Past: Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 2350 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Cultural Evolution in Global Perspective
ANTH 3450 Cultural Resources and Civic Engagement
LBST 4800 Senior Capstone Seminar in Liberal Studies
Berman, Anne and Edward B. Weil (1992). Wilderness References in Urban Landscapes. Wilderness Tapestry: An Eclectic Approach to Preservation, S.I. Zeveloff, L.M. Vauss and W.H. McVaugh, editors. pp. 172-182. University of Nevada Press.
Michael E. Macko and Edward B. Weil (1991). Specialized Food Production at the Elliot Ranch Site, CA-Ker-1437. Archives of California Prehistory Vol. 33, pp. 79-94.
Michael E. Macko and Edward B. Weil (1989). Ora-614, SBr-3690 and SBr-4032: A Reassessment of the Encinitas Tradition in the Chino Hills. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 1-21. Co-authored with Michael E. Macko.
Michael E. Macko and Edward B. Weil (1988). Cultural and Paleontological Resources. Environmental Impact Statement: Superconducting Super Collider, Volume IV, Appendix 15. U.S. Department of Energy. Washington, D.C.
Martin Tambunga, Diann L. Taylor, Edward B. Weil, Thomas T. Taylor, and Delbert Alcorn (1987). Investigations Regarding Aboriginal Stone Mound Features in the Mojave Desert: Excavations at CA-SBr-221 and CA-SBr-3186, San Bernardino County, California. Archives of Calfiornia Archaeology, 10
Dorn, R.I., D.B. Bamforth, T.A. Cahill, J.C. Dohrenwend, B.D. Turrin, D.J. Donahue, A.J.T. Jull, A. Long, M.E. Macko, E.B. Weil, D.S Whitley, T.H. Zabel (1986). Cation-Ratio and Accelerator Radiocarbon Dating of Rock Varnish on Archaeological Artifacts and Landforms in the Mojave Desert, Eastern California. Science 231:830-833.
Author or co-author of numerous cultural resource management technical and consultant reports for federal, and New York and California state and municipal agencies, and corporations. (partial listing at: http://core.tdar.org/browse/creators/56113/edward-b-weil)
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