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Ms. Lori Lee

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Flagler College
40 King Street
St. Augustine , Florida 32084
United States

Company Description: Flagler College is a co-educational, four-year public institution of higher education. The college is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern...   more

Employment History


  • Ph.D. , anthropology
    Syracuse University
  • M.A. , anthropology
    University of Texas at Arlington
  • B.A. , anthropology
    University of Texas at Arlington
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Poplar Forest Archaeology Instructors | Poplar Forest, 15 Feb 2013 [cached]
Lori Lee (Randolph College)
What's New | Poplar Forest, 15 Feb 2013 [cached]
Spring/Summer 2011: The cover story of the Spring/Summer edition of Lynch's Ferry: A Journal of Local History is the article Culture of the Earth: The Archaeology of the Ornamental Plant Nursery and an Antebellum Slave Cabin at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest, written by Jack Gary, Eric Proebsting and Lori Lee.
Eric Proebsting and Lori Lee organized the session Small Finds, Ceramics, and Landscapes within Virginia and the Greater Chesapeake, for the Midatlantic Archaeological Conference.
Jack Gary presented a paper on Liminal Space in the Landscape of Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest and Lori Lee presented a paper They would not like this country if they were to return': The Liminal Status of Hired Slaves in Antebellum Central Virgina.
John M. Turner Lecture in the Humanities: New Perspectives of African American Life in Antebellum Central Virginia, a presentation and discussion led by Ms. Lori Lee, Poplar Forest archaeologist, Dr. Kirt von Daacke, Lynchburg College associate professor of history, and Andrew Witmer, James Madison University assistant professor of history.
January 2011:Lori Lee presented the paper Transforming the Institution: Antebellum Slavery in central Virginia at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology in Austin, Texas. The paper examines the negotiation of social boundaries in antebellum central Virginia by analyzing the slave community at Poplar Forest as a case study of the transformation of the daily lives of enslaved laborers in this dynamic time period.
June 6 - July 9, 2010: 22nd annual Summer Field School in Historical Archaeology
April 2010: Eric Proebsting, Jack Gary, and Lori Lee will present the poster Presenting Historical Archaeology with Digital Technologies at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in St. Louis, MO.
Lori Lee (Laboratory Supervsior) will present the paper Edward Hutter's Poplar Forest in Mr. Jefferson's Neighborhood, in a separate session entitled Community Archaeology and Contemporary Identities: Closing the Gap between Past and Present.
SRI Foundation, 25 Mar 2006 [cached]
Lori Lee is making excellent progress with her Syracuse University dissertation research, Consumerism, Social Relations, and Slavery at Antebellum Popular Forest 1828-1865. Her goal is to understand how social, cultural, and economic changes impacted the lives of enslaved laborers during the antebellum period in rural Virginia using a historic archeology approach. The results of Lee's research have already been incorporated into printed booklets, a permanent exhibit, and docent guidelines at one of Thomas Jefferson's homes-Popular Forest-that is now a historic house museum. Lori already has written several peer-reviewed articles and book chapters concerning her topic. Most recently, she authored two chapters of a 2012 University Press of Florida book entitled, Jefferson's Poplar Forest: Unearthing a Virginia Plantation, edited by Barbara Heath and Jack Gary. Lori was the Ainsworth Visiting Professor American Culture at Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia from 2012 through June 2014. Lori has been involved in a long-term research project Engaging the Piedmont: Transition in Virginia Slavery 1730-1790 and developed a successful multidisciplinary three-day conference at Randolph College, Facing the Past, Freeing the Future: Slavery's Legacy, Freedom's Promise In January of 2014, Lori was named Professional Archaeologist of the Year by the Archaeological Society of Virginia. Currently, Lori is an Assistant Professor within the Department of Anthropology at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida. She will defend her dissertation research in the autumn of 2014.
Lori Lee
Discourse of Slavery: Freedom and the Negotiation of Power and Identity in Context, 27 Sept 2013 [cached]
Lori Lee
Lori Lee, « Discourse of Slavery: Freedom and the Negotiation of Power and Identity in Context », Transatlantica [En ligne], 2 | 2012, mis en ligne le 10 octobre 2012, consulté le 22 mai 2014. URL :
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Lori Lee
Randolph College
Staff | Poplar Forest, 14 Jan 2012 [cached]
Lori Lee, Archaeology Laboratory Supervisor (434) 534-8104
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