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Lucianne Lavin

Bulletin Editor

The Archaeological Society of Connecticut Inc

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The Archaeological Society of Connecticut Inc

Company Description

The Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Inc. was founded in New Haven in 1934. It consisted then as it does today of avocational and professional archaeologists and those interested in Archaeology, The Society serves to create situations in which these peop...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Research and Collections

The Institute for American Indian Studies


Affiliations

Native American Heritage Advisory Council

Member


New York State Archaeological Association

Fellow


Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club

Founder


Education

B.A.

anthropology

Indiana University


M.A.

anthropology

New York University


Ph.D

Institute for American Indian Studies


Ph.D.

anthropology

New York University


Web References(115 Total References)


Archaeological & Historical Presentations - The Institute for American Indian Studies Museum & Research Center

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Explore a wide range of topics presented by noted archaeologist and IAIS' Director of Research and Collections, Dr. Lucianne Lavin.
Whatever your group's needs, these programs can be adapted to be presented at the museum or in the facility of your choosing. Please note the program descriptions and take into consideration the electronic equipment required for a Powerpoint presentation. Lucianne Lavin, Ph.D. is an anthropologist & archaeologist who has over 40 years of research and field experience in Northeastern archaeology and anthropology, including teaching, museum exhibits and curatorial work, cultural resource management, editorial work and public relations. Dr. Lavin is a founding member of the state's Native American Heritage Advisory Council and Editor of the journal of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in anthropology from New York University and her B.A. from Indiana University. Dr. Lavin has written over 150 professional publications and technical reports on the archaeology and ethnohistory of the Northeast. Her award-winning book, Connecticut's Indigenous Peoples: What Archaeology, History and Oral Traditions Teach Us about their Communities and Cultures, was recently published by Yale University Press (spring 2013). Dr. Lucianne Lavin will discuss her background in anthropology, archaeology and indigenous studies and her reasons for writing the book, Connecticut's Indigenous Peoples: What Archaeology, History and Oral Traditions Tell Us About Their Communities and Cultures. During this PowerPoint presentation, she will also introduce the audience to the book's major tenets, which will be followed by a general question and answer period and book signing. This presentation is a result of Dr. Lucianne Lavin's research in 2010 as the Scholar in Residence at the Stockbridge Mission House in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The program was funded by Mass Humanities, a state-based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Join archaeologist Lucianne Lavin for a leisurely walk through the meadows and woodlands of your preserve, the homeland of Native American communities for thousands of years prior to European settlement. Dr. Lavin will point out the bountiful variety of natural resources that likely drew indigenous peoples to the region and discuss their importance to their Native American cultures. She also will describe the archaeological research adjacent to your land.


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Lucianne Lavin - Bulletin Editor llavin.iais@charter.net


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Lucianne Lavin - Bulletin Editor llavin@iaismuseum.org


Contact us

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Lucianne Lavin - Bulletin Editor llavin.iais@charter.net
Ernie Wiegand II - E.S.A.F. Rep.:EWiegand@ncc.commnet.edu


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Stone Cultural Features and Ceremonial Landscapes with Lucianne Lavin, Ph.D, Institute for American Indian Studies, Washington, Connecticut
The subject is part of Dr. Lavin's new and ongoing research. Lucianne Lavin is Director of Research and Collections at the Institute for American Indian Studies, in Washington, CT. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in anthropology from New York University. She is an archaeologist who has over 30 years of research and field experience in Northeastern archaeology and anthropology, including teaching, museum exhibits and curatorial work, cultural resource management, editorial work, and public relations. She is a member of Connecticut's Native American Heritage Advisory Council, and she is editor of the journal of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut. She has taught archaeology and anthropology courses at a number of Connecticut and New York colleges, including Connecticut College, Naugatuck Valley Community College, and Adelphi University. During her term as a Research Associate at the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University, she co-directed their present Connecticut Prehistory exhibit and wrote the accompanying teacher's manual. She has owned and operated an archaeological firm for over 20 years. Dr. Lavin has written over 100 professional publications and technical reports on the archaeology and ethnohistory of the Northeast. She was awarded the Russell award by the Archaeological Society of Connecticut and elected Fellow of the New York State Archaeological Association for exemplary archaeology work in their respective states.


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