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Employment History

Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Public Archaeology

California State University , Northridge


Professor of Anthropology and Director

Center for Public Archaeology


Professor of Anthropology and Director

Northridge Center for Public


Adjunct Professor In the Geosciences Department

University of Missouri-Kansas City


Archaeologist


Affiliations

California State University , Northridge

Emeritus Professor of Anthropology


Web References(16 Total References)


www.shovelbums.org

Assisting her will be Dr. Mark Raab.
He is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, California State University, Northridge as well as Adjunct Professor in the Geosciences Department at University of Missouri - Kansas City and Johnson County Community College.


www.uofupress.com [cached]

Edited by L. Mark Raab and Terry L. Jones
In this anthology, Mark Raab and Terry Jones present a series of research articles that dispel lingering mythologies about California's prehistory. From there, Raab and Jones seek to dispel the myth of California as a natural cornucopia. L. Mark Raab is professor of anthropology and director of the Center for Public Archaeology at California State University, Northridge. Terry L. Jones and L. Mark Raab Judith F. Porcasi, Terry L. Jones and L. Mark Raab Terry L. Jones and L. Mark Raab


calpolynews.calpoly.edu [cached]

SAN LUIS OBISPO - Archaeologist Mark Raab will present "The Peopling of North America -- Ice Age Mariners and Archaeology's New Frontier" from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, Business Building Rotunda (Room 213).Archaeologists once believed the New World's original settlers were big-game hunters who migrated from Asia to North America during the last Ice Age.Maritime cultures, such as California's Chumash Indians, were thought to have been among the last to appear, as people gradually developed the skills necessary for seafaring and marine hunting and gathering. In his presentation, Raab will discuss how recent research in California's Channel Islands has shown that seafaring peoples must be counted among North America's earliest settlers."Excavations on San Clemente Island show that between 8,000 to 10,000 years ago, islanders possessed seafaring capabilities and maritime economies as sophisticated as those of native coastal groups of the early historic era.After a century of neglect and misdirection, the study of coastal prehistory is emerging as one of archaeology's most important research frontiers," he said.Raab is professor of anthropology and director of the Northridge Center for PublicArchaeology at Cal State Northridge.He has conducted extensive archaeological research at the Channel Islands and has led dozens of excavations at numerous locations in California and Mexico. He is currently developing an Internet-based, distance-learning program in archaeology with colleagues and students in Mexico.


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Mark Raab, PhD
University of Missouri-Kansas City


www.southeasternarchaeology.com

In a May 18 presentation that may be of interest to Southeastern archaeologists pondering the implications of the Topper site, archaeologist Mark Raab discussed how recent research in California's Channel Islands has shown that seafaring peoples must be counted among North America's earliest settlers.
"Excavations on San Clemente Island show that between 8,000 to 10,000 years ago, islanders possessed seafaring capabilities and maritime economies as sophisticated as those of native coastal groups of the early historic era. After a century of neglect and misdirection, the study of coastal prehistory is emerging as one of archaeology's most important research frontiers," he said.


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