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Quentin Lewis

Department of Anthropology University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003 United States Phone: 413-320-4993 Email: [email protected] Research Interests: Historical Archaeology, Geographical Information Systems (Open-Source and Proprietary), Material Culture Studies, the Northeastern United States. Education: 2012 Ph.D. in Anthropology, with Distinction, University of Massachusetts Amherst Dissertation title: An Archaeology of Improvement in Rural New England: Capitalism, Landscape Change, and Rural Life in the Early 19th century. 2006 M.A. in Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst Thesis title: Shopping with Karl: An Historical Archaeology of 19th century London 2002 B.A. with Distinction in Archaeology and Music, Boston University Thesis title: Field Notes: Towards an Archaeology of Music in Everyday Life Awards and Academic honors: 2012 PhD Exam passed with Distinction 2010 Comprehensive Exams passed with Distinction 2009 Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2003 University of Massachusetts Department of Anthropology European Field Studies Grant 2002 Boston University Department of Archaeology "Trowel Award for Excellence" 2002 Graduated Magna Cum Laude with Distinction in Archaeology Academic Positions: 2012 Lecturer, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Department of Anthropology 2011 Lecturer, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Department of Anthropology 2008 Adjunct Professor, Central Connecticut State University, Department of Anthropology Research Projects: 2009-12 "The Landscapes of Agricultural Improvement in 19th century Rural New England." Re-analyzed archaeological and archival material from 30 year old collections pertaining to the E.H. And Anna Williams house in Deerfield, Massachusetts for information on the landscapes of agricultural improvement in 19th century New England for dissertation. 2007 "The Open Source / Content Commons As A New Paradigm For Collaborative Scientific Research: A Research And Teaching Agenda." Assisted in database analysis of open-source software projects. Project directed by Professor Charles M. Schweik. Mailing Address: Flat, 62 High Street Yarm TS15 9AH

(research projects cont.) 2006-08 "Interpreting Cold War Spaces: The Amherst Bunker, 1957-2005." Researched archival material at Amherst College on the Amherst Bunker, and generated commemorative panels with Megan Gelardi and Peter Wong for an independent project. 2004-06 "The Social Context of Historical Commemoration: The 1704 Monuments in Deerfield, Massachusetts." Studied the papers of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association for an independent project. 2005-09 "Intensive Survey of the Frary House/Barnard Tavern, Deerfield, Massachusetts." Processed and analyzed artifacts from the Frary House/Barnard Tavern in Deerfield, Massachusetts for archaeological report. 2003-10 "Intensive Survey of the W.E.B. Du Bois Boyhood Homesite in Great Barrington, Massachusetts." Processed and analyzed artifacts and features from the W.E.B. Du Bois Boyhood Homesite in Great Barrington Massachusetts. Lab Director, Co-Author and Manuscript Editor for archaeological report. 2003-05 "Shopping with Karl: An Archaeology of 19th century London". Researched archival material, and created a GIS database from a study of City Directories for 19th century London. Master's Paper. 2001 "Field Notes: Towards an Archaeology of Music in Everyday Life." Researched early 20th century African American Musical performance locations in Indianapolis, Indiana for undergraduate Work for Distinction. Publications: (Accepted) 2013 "The materiality of manure management and the lessons of liberal environmentalism" Journal of Heritage and Society, Spring 2013 issue. 2013 "Materiality, White Public Space, and Historical Commemoration in 19th Century Deerfield, Massachusetts" in Race in the Northeast: Archaeological Studies of Racialization, Resistance, and Memory. Edited by Christopher N. Matthews and Alison Manfra McGovern. University of Tennessee Press. (Peer-Reviewed) 2010 "Shopping with Karl: Commodity Fetishism and the Materiality of Marx's London" Archaeologies. Vol. 6, Issue #1, April 2010 2009 with Charles M. Schweik, Maria Fernandez, Michael P. Hamel, Prakash Kashwan, Alexander Stepanov, "Reflections of an Online Geographic Information Systems Course Based on Open Source Software" Social Science Computer Review, Vol. 27, No. 1. (Non-Peer Reviewed) 2009 with Elizabeth Harlow and Robert Paynter, "Sill Stains and an Old Well: Investigating Land-Use Changes at the Frary House/Barnard Tavern Homelot" Historic Deerfield Magazine. Vol. 10, No. 1. Pp 8-11 Professional Symposia Organized: 2011 "Neither Public nor Private: Objects and People in, and out of, relations of property" Session Chair and Organizer. Contemporary and Historical Archaeological Theory Conference. Boston University.

Professional Presentations (sole author) 2012 "The materiality of Improvement in Rural New England" Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Baltimore, MD. 2011 "The Materiality of Improvement in 19th century New England and the lessons of Liberal Environmentalism." Paper presented at the American Anthropological Assocation Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2011 "The archaeology of privatization at the Frary House/Barnard Tavern in Deerfield, Massachusetts." Paper Presented at the Contemporary and Historical Archaeological Theory conference. Boston University. 2010 "Landscape Change as Social Instability: Examples from Deerfield, Massachusetts." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Amelia Island, FL. January 9, 2009. 2010 "The Whitening Landscapes of New England Farmer: Reading Race in Agricultural Literature." Paper presented at the Council for Northeastern Historical Archaeology. Lancaster, PA. October 2010. 2009 "Declension or Resolution? Re-thinking Rural Capitalism in Deerfield, Massachusetts." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Toronto, ON, Canada. 2009 "Dynamic Places and Spaces in Rural New England." Paper presented at the Conference on New England Archaeology, Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA. 2009 "The Contradictions of Rural Capitalism in Western Massachusetts." Paper presented at the Rethinking Marxism Conference. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. November 7, 2009. 2009 "Whiteness and Historical Commemoration in 19th Century Deerfield, Massachusetts." Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. December 3, 2009. 2007 "Authenticity and Destruction at the Frary House/Barnard Tavern in Deerfield, Massachusetts." Poster presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. 2003 "The "Nitty-Gritty": A Roundtable discussion of Anthropology in/of Europe" at the Rethinking Marxism Conference, University of Massachusetts,Amherst. Participant. (co-authored) 2008 with Megan Gelardi and Peter Wong, "Interpreting Cold War Violence at the Amherst Bunker." Paper presented at Landscapes of Violence conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2008 with Robert Paynter and Lyzann Harlow "Historical Homelots and Village Landscapes of Western Massachusetts: Evidence from 25 years of Field Investigations by the UMass Amherst." Paper presented at the Northeastern Anthropological Association Meeting. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2008 with Robert Paynter, Whitney Battle-Baptiste, Elizabeth Harlow, "W.E.B. Du Bois in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, USA." Paper presented at the World Archaeology Congress, Dublin, Ireland. 2006 with Angela Labrador, "Towards a Radical Field School." Paper presented at the Rethinking Marxism conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

(professional presentations cont.) 2005 with Robert Paynter, Kerry Lynch, William Burns, Brad Comeau, Tess Ostrovsky, "The Burghardts of Great Barrington: The View from the W.E.B. Du Bois Boyhood Homesite." Paper presented at the annual meeting for the Society for Historical Archaeology, York, England. Technical Papers and Reports: 2013 with Robert Paynter, Lyzann Harlow, and Niels Reinhart, Archaeological Intensive Survey of the Frary House/Barnard Tavern, Deerfield, Massachusetts. Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst. (expected) 2013 with Robert Paynter, Kerry Lynch, Elizabeth Norris, Archaeology at the W.E.B. Du Bois Boyhood Homesite. Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst. (expected) 2009 with F. Timothy Barker, Timothy Binzen and Mitchell T. Mulholland Archaeological Intensive (Locational Survey and Site Examination Recordation of Historic Resources for the Smith Road Bridge Replacement Project, Chester, Massachusetts (Bridge No. C-11-023). UM Report #537, UMass Archaeological Services, Amherst, MA. 2007 with F. Timothy Barker and Timothy Binzen, Archaeological Reconnaissance and Intensive (Locational) Survey for the Route 2 Safety Improvements Project, Orange, Massachusetts. UM Report # 536, UMass Archaeological Services, Amherst, MA Teaching Experience: (Lecturer) 2012 Anthropology 150, Ancient Civilizations. Department of Continuing and Professional Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2011 Anthropology 150, Ancient Civilizations. Department of Continuing and Professional Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2008 Anthropology 450, Archaeological Field School, Central Connecticut State University, co-taught with Professor Warren Perry. (Teaching Assistant) 2009 Anthropology 577, Archaeological Field School 2008-09 Anthropology 396C, Archaeological Lab Research 2007 Public Policy 697L, Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Using Open Source Software. 2007 Anthropology 577, Archaeological Field School 2007 Anthropology 100, Human Nature 2006 Anthropology 205, Inequality and Oppression 2005 Anthropology 103, Human Origins and Variation 2005 Anthropology 100, Human Nature 2005 Anthropology 577, Archaeological Field School 2004 Anthropology 102, Archaeology and Prehistory 2002-03 Anthropology 396C, Archaeological Lab Research 2003 Anthropology 577, Archaeological Field School

Lectures and Public Talks: 2012 "The Landscapes of Deerfield, Massachusetts" guest lecture in HUSS3231, "Environmental Anthropology", Durham University. 2009 "Working as an Archaeologist," guest lecture in Anthropology 197D, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2008 "Commemorating Whiteness in Deerfield, Massachusetts," guest lecture in Anthropology 397TT, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2007-08 "Archaeological Tour of Frary House/Barnard Tavern" Historic Deerfield Archaeology Day, Deerfield, MA. 2007-08 "Running a Contract Archaeology Lab," guest lecture in Archaeology 211, Smith College 2004 "Some Findings from Recent Archaeological Work at the W. E. B. Du Bois Boyhood Home in Great Barrington, MA." Cedar Rapids African American Culture Center and Museum, Cedar Rapids, IA. 2003 "Running a Contract Archaeology Lab," guest lecture in Archaeology 211, Smith College 2000-02 "Archaeological Lab Techniques," guest lecture in Archaeology 101, Boston University Professional Service: 2012 Invited Instructor and Facilitator, Networking and Cooperation among Subjects in Geoinformatics retreat, Pec pod Snezkou, Czech Republic. 2012 Contributor to Society for Historical Archaeology blog. http://www.sha.org/blog 2011 Ad Hoc Peer-Reviewer American Antiquity 2011 Contributor to Then Dig: An Archaeology Group Blog. http://arf.berkeley.edu/thendig/. 2009 Rapporteur for the working session "Can there be heritage without conflict?". Heritage in Conflict and Consensus: New Approaches to the Social, Political, and Religious Impact of Public Heritage in the 21st Century. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. November 9, 2009. 2006-07 Archaeology Faculty Search and Hiring Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Member. 2005-06 Executive Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Member. 2004-05 Graduate Caucus, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. President. Professional Association Memberships: American Anthropological Association Society for Historical Archaeology

References: Dr. Robert Paynter University of Massachusetts Machmer Hall, 201 Amherst, MA 01003 [email protected] Dr. Michael O. Sugerman University of Massachusetts Machmer Hall E-14 Amherst, MA 01003 [email protected] Dr. Charles M. Schweik University of Massachusetts 217 Holdsworth Hall Amherst, MA 01003 [email protected]

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