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1 CURRICULUM VITAE 201 Swallow Hall Department of Anthropology University of Missouri Columbia, MO (573) Education 2003 Ph.D. University of New Mexico (Anthropology). The Symbolism of Casas Grandes. Departmental Honors M.A. University of New Mexico (Anthropology) B.S. Eastern New Mexico University (Anthropology) Cum Laude. Professional Positions Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico Museum Associate, the El Paso Museum of Archaeology. Marc Thompson, Director Instructor at the University of New Mexico Project Director at the Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico. Patrick Hogan, Principal Investigator Teaching and Graduate Assistant at the University of New Mexico Crew Member, National Geographic-Sponsored Excavations at the Rio Rancho Folsom Site. Bruce Huckell, Principal Investigator Laboratory Director, University of New Mexico and Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. Robert D. Leonard and Rafael Cruz, Principal Investigators. 1997/1996 Crew Chief, University of New Mexico and Instituto Nacional de Antropología e (Summers) Historia. Robert D. Leonard and Rafael Cruz, Principal Investigators Laboratory Analyst, University of New Mexico and Instituto Nacional de Antropología e (Fall) Historia. Robert D. Leonard and Rafael Cruz, Principal Investigators Crew Chief, SWCA Environmental Consultants, Albuquerque office. David A. Phillips, Jr., Principal Investigator.

2 1994 Office Manager/Crew Member, SWCA Environmental Consultants, David A. Phillips, Jr., Principal Investigator Crew Member, Southwest Archaeological Consultants and SWCA (Fall/Winter) Environmental Consultants. Cherie Schick, Principal Investigator Crew Member, Eastern New Mexico University Field School near Capitan, New Mexico. Phillip Shelley and Steve Durand, Principal Investigators Crew Member, University of New Mexico s Zuni Refuge Period Project. Robert D. Leonard, Principal Investigator Crew Member of Tree Coring, Chuska Mountains, Navajo Reservation, New Mexico. Steve Durand, Principal Investigator. Project sponsored by Eastern New Mexico University. Courses At MU Undergraduate: ANTHRO 2040 ANTHRO 3600 ANTHRO 4280 ANTHRO 4620 ANTRHO 4630 ANTHRO 4650 ANTHRO 4828 Graduate: ANTHRO 7280 ANTHRO 7620 ANTHRO 7630 ANTHRO 7650 ANTHRO 7828 ANTRHO 8287 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology North American Indian Cultures Archaeology of Religion North American Archaeology People of the American Southwest Prehistory of Mesoamerica Archaeological Analysis of Ceramics Archaeology of Religion North American Archaeology People of the American Southwest Prehistory of Mesoamerica Archaeological Analysis of Ceramics Archaeological Method and Theory Undergraduate courses at UNM Introduction to Archaeology and Laboratory Methods, Archaeological Method and Theory, Books/Monographs and Todd L. VanPool Signs of the Casas Grandes Shamans (2007). University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City., Todd L. VanPool, and David A. Phillips, Jr. Religion of the Pre-Hispanic Southwest (2006). Archaeology of Religion Series, AltaMira, Lanham.

3 Todd L. VanPool and Essential Tensions in Archaeological Method and Theory (2003). Foundations of Archaeological Inquiry, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Peer Reviewed Publications and Todd L. VanPool Casas Grandes Phenomenon. In The Oxford Handbook of North American Archaeology, edited by Timothy R. Pauketat. Oxford Press (Fall 2010 expected publication). Todd L. VanPool, Gordon F.M., and Cerro del Diablo: Un sitio multi-componente de la Cultura Casas Grandes en la región de Janos (2009) Espaciotiempo 3: The Signs of the Sacred: Identifying Shamans Using Archaeological Evidence (2009). Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 28: and Todd L. VanPool The Semantics of Local Knowledge: Using Ethnosemantics to Study Folk Taxonomies Represented in the Archaeological Record (2009). Journal of Anthropological Research 65: and Todd L. VanPool Jane Holden Kelley and the Methodology of Science (2008). In Celebrating Jane H. Kelley and Her Work, edited by Meade Kemrer. New Mexico Archaeological Council Special Publication No. 5, pp Albuquerque., Gordon F.M. Rakita, Rafael Cruz A., and Robert A. Leonard A Field Guide to the Casas Grandes Ceramic Types (2008). In Touching the Past: Ritual, Religion, and the Trade of Casas Grandes, edited by Glenna Nielsen-Grim and Paul Stavast, pp Museum of Peoples and Culture, BYU, Provo., Todd L. VanPool, and Marcel Harmon Plumed and Horned Serpents of the American Southwest (2008). In Touching the Past: Ritual, Religion, and the Trade of Casas Grandes, edited by Glenna Nielsen-Grim and Paul Stavast, pp Museum of Peoples and Culture, BYU, Provo. Todd L. VanPool, Christine VanPool, Gordon F. M. Rakita, Robert D. Leonard Birds, Bells, and Shells, the Long Reach of the Aztlatlán Trading Tradition (2008). In Touching the Past: Ritual, Religion, and the Trade of Casas Grandes, edited by Glenna Nielsen-Grim and Paul Stavast, pp Museum of Peoples and Culture, BYU, Provo. Agents and Cultural Transmission (2008). In Cultural Transmission and Archaeology: Some Fundamental Issues, edited by M. J. O'Brien, pp Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C.

4 Todd L. VanPool, Craig T. Palmer, and The Tapestry of Culture: Culture Transmission in the American Southwest (2008). In Cultural Transmission and Archaeology: Some Fundamental Issues, edited by M. J. O'Brien. Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C. Republished: The Shaman-Priests of the Casas Grandes Region, Chihuahua, Mexico 68[4]: , 2003 (2008). In An Archaeological Perspective on Ritual, Religion, and Ideology from American Antiquity and Latin American Antiquity, edited by Gordon F. M. Rakita and Jane Buikstra, pp Society for American Archaeology Press, Washington DC. and Todd L. VanPool Gender in Middle Range Societies: A Case Study in Casas Grandes Iconography (2006). American Antiquity 71: and Todd L. VanPool Casas Grandes Cosmology (2006). In Secrets of Casas Grandes, edited by M. Powell, pp Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe., Todd L. VanPool, and David A. Phillips Introduction: Archaeology and Religion (2006). In Religion of the Prehispanic Southwest, edited by C. S. VanPool, T. L. VanPool and D. A. Phillips, Jr., pp AltaMira, Lanham. Todd L. VanPool,, and David A. Phillips The Horned Serpent Tradition in the North American Southwest (2006). In Religion of the Prehispanic Southwest, edited by C. S. VanPool, T. L. VanPool and D. A. Phillips, Jr, pp AltaMira, Lanham. Lisa W. Huckell and Christine VanPool Toloatzin And Shamanic Journeys: Exploring The Ritual Role Of Sacred Datura (2006). In Religion of the Prehispanic Southwest, edited by C. S. VanPool, T. L. VanPool and D. A. Phillips, Jr., pp AltaMira, Lanham. Todd L. VanPool,, and David A. Phillips The Salado and Casas Grandes Phenomena: Evidence for a Religious Schism in the Greater Southwest (2006). In Religion of the Prehispanic Southwest, edited by C. S. VanPool, T. L. VanPool and D. A. Phillips, Jr. AltaMira, Lanham, pp Marcel Harmon, Robert D. Leonard, Todd L. VanPool, Laura A. Salter, Reconstructing the Flow of Information Across Time and Space: A Phylogenetic Analysis of Ceramic Traditions from Pre-Hispanic West Mexico, North Mexico, and the U.S. Southwest (2005). In Mapping Our Ancestors: Phylogenetic Methods in Anthropology and Prehistory, edited by C. P. Lipo, M. J. O Brien, S. Shennan, and M. Collard. Aldine Publishers, Chicago. Rafael Cruz A., Robert D. Leonard, Timothy D. Maxwell, Todd L. VanPool, Marcel J. Harmon,, David A. Hyndman, and S. S. Brandwein. Galeana, Villa Ahumada, and Casa Chica: Diverse Sites in the Casas Grandes Region (2004). In Future Directions: The Archaeology of Northwest Mexico, edited by G. E. Newell and E. Gallaga Murrieta, pp University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. The Shaman-Priests of the Casas Grandes Region, Chihuahua, Mexico (2003). American Antiquity

5 68: Viajes Chamánicos: Iconografía de Casas Grandes (2003). Arqueología Mexican: Alucinógenos del México Prehispánico 59: A solicited article. and Todd L. VanPool Introduction: Method, Theory and the Essential Tension (2003). In Essential Tensions in Archaeological Method and Theory, edited by T. L. VanPool and C. S. VanPool, pp Foundations of Archaeological Inquiry, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Todd L. VanPool and Evolution and Agency: The Role of Intended and Unintended Action (2003). In Essential Tensions in Archaeological Method and Theory, edited by T. L. VanPool and C. S. VanPool, pp Foundations of Archaeological Inquiry, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. and Todd L. VanPool Republished: The Scientific Nature of Postprocessualism 64:33 54,1999 (2003). In Readings in American Archaeological Theory: Selections from American Antiquity , edited by G. Bawden, pp Society for American Archaeology Reader Series, Washington, D.C. Todd L. VanPool and Postprocessualism and the Nature of Science: A Response to Comments By Hutson and Arnold and Wilkens (2001). American Antiquity 66(2): Todd L. VanPool,, Rafael Cruz A., Robert D. Leonard, and Marcel J. Harmon Flaked Stone and Social Interaction in the Casas Grandes Region, Chihuahua, Mexico (2000). Latin American Antiquity 11: and Todd L. VanPool The Scientific Nature of Postprocessualism (1999). American Antiquity 64: Non-peer Reviewed Publications and Todd L. VanPool The Eloquent Inductivism of Jane Holden Kelley (2009). In 15 th Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference Proceedings, edited by Marc Thompson pp El Paso Museum of Archaeology. Todd L. VanPool,, and Robert D. Leonard The Casas Grandes Core and Periphery (2005). In Archaeology Between the Borders: Papers from the 13th Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference, editor by Marc Thompson, Jason Jurgena and Lora Jackson, pp The El Paso Museum of Archaeology, El Paso. Todd L. VanPool and Knowledge Systems, Theory, and Consensus Building: The Role of Evaluation in an Indigenous Archaeology (2003). In 1999 Chacmool Conference: Indigenous People and Archaeology, edited by T. Peck, pp University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. and Todd L. VanPool Mesoamerica to Paquimé (2003). In Copper Canyon, Mexico. Featuring the Puzzle of Oasis America

6 and the Children of Kokopelli, edited by R. D. Fisher, pp Sunracer Publishing, Tucson, Arizona. Flight of the Shaman: Exquisite painted pots from the Casas Grandes region depicts journeys to the spirit world (2002). Archaeology 55: A solicited article. Smoking Pots and Shamans (2002) (Reprint of Archaeology article). Albuquerque Tribune Saturday, January 12, 2002:C1. and Todd L. VanPool Dichotomy and Duality: The Structure of Casas Grandes Art (2002). In Talking Birds, Plumed Serpents, and Painted Women: The Ceramics of Casas Grandes, edited by J. Stur, pp Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block, Tucson. Bird, Burials, and Beliefs at Paquimé, Chihuahua, Mexico (2001). In From Paquimé to Mata Ortiz: The Legacy of Ancient Casas Grandes, edited by G. Johnson, pp San Diego Museum Papers 40, San Diego. Book Reviews Design Analysis of Chihuahuan Polychrome Jars From North American Museum Collections by Mitch J. Hendrickson (2004). Journal of Anthropological Research 60: Contract Monographs and Informes and Todd L. VanPool Archaeological Data Recovery at Five Sites Along NM 44 in the Lower Jemez River Valley, Sandoval County, New Mexico (2003). Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Todd L. VanPool,, Anne Ogle-Leonard, Tricia Gibson, and Roland Garcia Results of the Survey of the Arroyo de Metates, Chihuahua, Mexico (1999). An informe on file with the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Chihuahua City, Mexico. Todd L. VanPool and Análisis del Material Lítico: Temporada 1996 (1997). Centro INAH Chihuahua, Mexico. Dennis Gilpin and Commercially Manufactured Artifacts (1996). In Results of Monitoring and Test Excavations for Proposed Water and Sewer Line Improvement at Tesuque Pueblo, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, edited by Marc Z.yniecki. and David A. Phillips, Jr., pp SWCA Archaeological Report No David A. Phillips, Jr. and Cultural Resource Survey of New Mexico Highway 478 Between Las Cruces and Anthony Doña Ana County, New Mexico (1996). SWCA Archaeological Report No , Addendum 1. Mark Syniecki, David A. Phillips, Jr.,, and Jennifer Hodgkins Class III Cultural Resource Inventory for the Lake Meredith Salinity Control Project Near Logan, Quay County, New Mexico (1996). SWCA Archaeological Report No

7 David A. Phillips, Jr., Kevin (Lex) Palmer, and A Study of the Elephant Butte Dam and Community Sierra County, New Mexico (1994). SWCA Archaeological Report No David A. Phillips, Jr. and An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Subdivision at Arroyo Calabasas Santa Fe County, New Mexico (1994). SWCA Archaeological Report No David A. Phillips, Jr. and Preliminary Cultural Resources Assessment of the Mountain View (Kinney Brick) Sewer Extension Project Near Albuquerque, Bernalillo Count, New Mexico (1993). SWCA Archaeological Report No Organized Symposia, Elizabeth Newsome, and Christopher Carr Actors and Artifacts Agencies: The Dynamics of Creating Living Objects (2009). Sponsored by the Archaeological Division of the American Anthropological Association to be presented at the 74 th Annual Meeting for the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia. Gordon F.M. Rakita, Todd L. VanPool, and Recent Research in the Casas Grandes Region, Chihuahua, Mexico (2007). A poster symposium presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas. Gordon,, Todd L. VanPool, and David A. Phillips Religious Movements in the Greater Southwest (2002). A symposium presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, Colorado. Todd L. VanPool and Method and Theory 2000 (1999). A symposium presented at the 64 th Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Chicago. Todd L. VanPool and Understanding Obsidian Hydration Dating: Recent Methodological and Experimental Advances (1995). A symposium presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans. Invited Presentations and Elizabeth Newsome Spirits of Potteries. In Actors and Artifacts Agencies: The Dynamics of Creating Living Objects, Organized by Christine VanPool, Elizabeth Newsome, and Christopher Carr and Sponsored by the Archaeological Division of the American Anthropological Association, April 22-26, Kelley Hays-Gilpin and Red Earth, White Clouds: The Metaphorical World of Kayenta Pottery. In Actors and Artifacts Agencies: The Dynamics of Creating Living Objects, Organized by Christine VanPool, Elizabeth Newsome, and Christopher Carr and Sponsored by the Archaeological Division of the American Anthropological Association, April 22-26, 2009.

8 Women of the Sun: Southwestern Effigies and the Cosmology of Feminity. Presented on January 17 th at the Braunstein Figurine Conference, Barrick Museum, UNLV, Las Vegas, Nevada, January 17-18, Invited to participate in a weekend workshop Cosmology and Society in the Ancient Amerindian World sponsored by the Santa Fe Institute, Organized by George J. Gumerman (School for American Research & SFI) and Murray Gell-Mann (Santa Fe Institute). October 26-27, Todd L. VanPool and War, Women, and Religion: The Spread of the Southwestern Cult in the US Southwest. In Tension and Transition: Religious Ideologies in the Pueblo Southwest, A.D , Organized by Scott Van Keuren and Donna Glowacki. 73rd Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, March 29, Todd L. VanPool and Veneration of Charles C. Di Peso: Religious Symbolism and the Plumed Serpent at Paquimé. In The Legacy of Charles C. Di Peso: Fifty Years After the Joint Casas Grandes Project. Sponsored by the SAA Board of Directors and organized by John Ware and Michael Whalen. 73 rd Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, March 27, Style and Casas Grandes Iconography. Invited lecture as part of Before Columbus: Iconography in the Ancient Americas, Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri. March 18, Ancient Southwestern Ceramics. First Wednesday Event Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri. March 5, Horned and Plumed Serpents of the American Southwest. Invited Lecture for Touching the Past: Traditions of Casas Grandes. Organized by Glenna Nielson at Museum of Peoples and Culture, BYU. November 17 and 18. Invited to participate in a week long workshop Cosmology and Society in the Ancient Amerindian World sponsored by the Santa Fe Institute, Organized by George J. Gumerman (School for American Research & Santa Fe Institute) and Timothy R. Pauketat (University of Illinois). October 28-31, and Todd L. VanPool The Eloquent Inductivism of Jane Holden Kelley. 15 th Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference. Oorganized by M. Thompson, October 12 & 13, El Paso Museum of Archaeology. Casas Grandes Shamans. Part of a mini symposium and book signing for Religion in the Prehispanic Southwest. Sponsored by The El Paso Museum of Archaeology, organized by Marc Thompson. June 16, 2007.

9 Signs of the Casas Grandes Shamans. Part of the Archaeological Conservancy and Southwest Seminars Archaeology/Anthropology Lecture Series: Ancient Sites and Ancient Stories April 23, Casas Grandes Cosmology. As part of the Secrets of Casas Grandes Exhibit Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe. March 25, and Lisa W. Huckell Signs of Passage: Evidence of Shamanic Activity in the American Southwest and Northern Mexico. In the symposium, Archaeology of Shamanism organized by David S. Whitley. Society for American Archaeology, Salt Lake City, April, 2005 Shamanism in Mesoamerican and in the American Southeast and Southwest. Public presentation given to the Boone Saltlick Archaeological Society, Columbia, Missouri on January 25, The Serpent s Reach: Horned and Feather Serpents of the American Southwest and Northern Mexico from 1000 B.C. to the Present. Presentation given to the Archaeological Institute of America, Columbia, Missouri on October 25, and Lisa W. Huckell Shamans of the American Southwest and Northern Mexico. In "Prehistory of North American Shamans organized by D. S. Whitley and sponsored by the American Anthropological Association (AAA) and the Archaeological Division of the AAA on December 17, Atlanta, Serpents of the American Southwest. Public presentation given to the Friends of Tijeras Pueblo, Sandia Ranger Station, Tijeras on October 12, Casas Grandes Cosmology. Public presentation given to the Albuquerque Archaeological Society, Albuquerque Museum on June 22nd, 2004., Todd L. VanPool, and Robert D. Leonard Southeastern, Southwestern, and Mesoamerican Shamanism. Paper presented in Pre-Columbian Interactions between the Mesoamerican and the Southeast, organized by P. Peregrine and D. Zaragoza at the 69 th Annual Meetings for the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Canada, Todd L. VanPool, Robert D. Leonard, Marcel J. Harmon,, and David A. Phillips, Jr. The Evolution of the Horned/Plumed Serpent. Paper presented in From Evolutionary Theory to Archaeological Record: Models, Methods and Explanation," organized by K. Lipo, M. Collard and J. Coltrain at the 69 th Annual Meetings for the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Canada, 2004., Todd L. VanPool, Robert D. Leonard, and Charles Painter Creatures of Casas Grandes. Paper presented at the 76th Annual Pecos Conference during the symposium Progress in the Casas Grandes Culture and the State of Chihuahua Archaeology. Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, 2003.

10 Marcel J. Harmon, Todd L. VanPool,, David A. Phillips, Jr., and Robert D. Leonard The Origins and Evolution of Oasis America s Horned Serpent. Paper presented at the 76th Annual Pecos Conference during the symposium Progress in the Casas Grandes Culture and the State of Chihuahua Archaeology. Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Marcel J. Harmon, Todd L. VanPool, Laura Salter, Robert D. Leonard, and. Maximum Parsimony vs. Maximum Likelihood: A Comparison in the Reconstruction of Cultural Phylogenies. A paper presented at the 68 th Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Males and Horned Serpents, Females and Birds: Duality in Casas Grandes Cosmology. Paper presented to the Tucson Museum of Art, January 26, 2003 in conjunction with the exhibit and catalogue Talking Birds, Plumed Serpents, and Painted Women: The Ceramics of Casas Grandes. Robert D. Leonard, Todd L. VanPool, Marcel J. Harmon, Rafael Cruz A., Timothy D. Maxwell, and Gordon F.M. Rakita The Connection between Casas Grandes and West-Mexico. A paper solicited for "Forty Years after the Joint Casas Grandes Expedition," a symposium organized by P. Minnis as part of "Southwest Symposium 2002: Society and Politics in the Greater Southwest." Tucson, Arizona. January 10 12, Symbolic Relationships in Religion and Ritual Activities on the Aztlan Road. A paper present to the Albuquerque Museum Docents, February 4 in conjunction with the exhibit "Road to Aztlan," Albuquerque, February 10 th April 28, and Todd L. VanPool Paquimé, Chaco, and the Vagabond Elite: The Relationship between Two Capitals in the Prehistoric Greater Southwest. Symposium organized by A. Sofaer exploring the relationships between Chaco and Mesoamerica. May 25 28, Todd L. VanPool and The Development of the Horned/Feathered Serpent in Northwest Mexico and the American Southwest. A paper presented to the El Paso Archaeological Society, July 19, 2001, Wilderness Park Museum. A Shamanic Journey on Casas Grandes Ceramics. Paper present to the Maxwell Museum Docents, February 5, 2001, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Smoking Men, Serpents and Other Symbols on Casas Grandes Ceramics. Paper presented at the Texas Historic and Archaeological Awareness Week, October 17-22, El Paso Museum of Archaeology at Wilderness Park Museum, El Paso. Bird, Burials, and Beliefs at Paquimé, Chihuahua, Mexico. Paper presented at the 10 th Latin American Symposium at the San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego, and Todd L. VanPool Knowledge Systems, Theory, and Consensus Building: The Role of Evaluation in Archaeology. Paper presented at the 32 nd Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Canada, 1999, in the symposium Seeking Theoretical Foundations for Indigenous Archaeologies in a Postmodern World, organized by George Nicholas.

11 Presented Papers Candace A. Sall and Mogollon Ceramics from the Janos Area, Chihuahua, Mexico. A poster presented at the 72 nd Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin Texas, Lisa W. Huckell and The Ritual Role of Sacred Datura in the Prehistoric American Southwest. A paper presented at the 26 th Annual Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology, Seattle, Washington, and Lisa W. Huckell Toloatzin and Shamanic Journeys: Exploring the Ritual Role of Sacred Datura in the Prehistoric Southwest. A paper presented at the 67th Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, Colorado, Todd L. VanPool,, and David A. Phillips, Jr. The Casas Grandes and Salado Phenomena: Alternate Religious Systems in the American Southwest and Northwest Mexico. A paper presented at the 67th Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, Colorado, David A. Phillips, Jr., Todd L. VanPool, The Horned Serpent Cult. A paper presented at the 67th Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, Colorado, and Todd L. VanPool Males and Smoke, Females and Birds: Duality in Casas Grandes Cosmology. A poster presented at the Southwest Symposium 2002: Society and Politics in the Greater Southwest. Tucson, Arizona. January 10-12, Todd L. VanPool and Males and Smoke, Females and Birds: The Role of Gender in Casas Grandes Ritual. A paper presented at the 12 th Jornada Mogollon Conference, Las Cruces, New Mexico, A Shamanic Journey in Casas Grandes Iconography. A paper presented at the 12 th Joranda Mogollon Conference, Las Cruces, and Anne Ogle-Leonard Mortuary Remains and the Sexual Division at Paquimé, Chihuahua, Mexico. A poster presented at the 65th Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia. Shamans, Serpents, and other Symbols on Casas Grandes Ceramics. Paper presented at the 33 rd Annual Chacmool Conference titled Art for Archaeology s Sake: Material Culture and Style Across the Disciplines, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

12 Todd L. VanPool and Tracing the Lineage of the Feathered/Horned Serpent in the Greater Southwest. Paper presented at the 33 rd Annual Chacmool Conference titled Art for Archaeology s Sake: Material Culture and Style Across the Disciplines, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Marcel J. Harmon, Robert D. Leonard, Todd L. VanPool, Cultural Transmission: Shared Intellectual Traditions in Ceramics of the Prehistoric American Southwest and Northern Mexico. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2000., Marcel J. Harmon, Todd L. VanPool, and Robert D. Leonard Cultural Transmission on Prehistoric Ceramics in North Mexico and the U.S. Southwest. Paper presented at the Segundo Conferencia de Arqueologia de la Frontera (La Ceramic de Chihuahua), Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico, Todd L. VanPool and Evolution and Ideology: A Proposed Synthesis. A paper presented at the 64 th Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Chicago, Robert D. Leonard, Marcel J. Harmon, and Todd L. VanPool Cultural Transmission: Homology and Analogy in Prehistoric Ceramics of Northern Mexico. Paper presented at the 64 th Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Chicago, and Anne Ogle-Leonard Representations of a Sexual Division of Labor in Mortuary Data from Paquimé, Chihuahua, Mexico. Paper presented at the 10 th Mogollon Conference, Silver City, New Mexico, and Todd L. VanPool Postprocessualism: The Rebirth of Social Science. Paper presented at the 63th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Seattle, Washington, Todd L. VanPool and Solution ph and Obsidian Hydration Dating. Paper presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Anaheim, California, Service MU, Chair, Academic Assessment Committee, August August MU, Academic Assessment Committee, August 2008-August Judge for the 6 th Annual Ethics Bowl, 74 th Annual Meeting for the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, MU, McNair Mentor for Arianna Dimucci, academic year National Science Foundation, anonymous reviewer for an archaeological grant, Fall Wrote a press endorsement for Gordon Rakita's Ancestors and Elites: Emergent Complexity and Ritual Practices in the Casas Grandes Polity. AltaMira, Press, Fall 2008.

13 Poster judge for the 69 th Annual Meetings for the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Canada, Advisory board member, Pottery Southwest, non-profit journal published by the Albuquerque Archaeological Society, Co-Editor, Pottery Southwest, non-profit journal published by the Albuquerque Archaeological Society, Reviews for Journals and Publishers American Antiquity (Spring 2009, Fall 2008, Winter 2007, Summer 2006) Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory (Winter 2008) Altamira Press, Archaeology of Religion Series (editor D. S. Whitley) book proposal (May 2005) University of New Mexico Press book manuscript (June 2004, November 2006) Current Anthropology (February 2003) The Kiva (October 2003) Journal of Anthropological Research (January 2004) Professional Societies Sigma Xi Society for American Archaeology American Anthropological Association New Mexico Archaeological Council Albuquerque Archaeological Society References Jane H. Kelley Professor Emeritus The Department of Archaeology Earth Sciences, Room 806 University of Calgary 2500 University Drive NW Calgary, AB T2N 1N4 Canada Phone: David A. Phillips, Jr. Curator of Archaeology Collections Maxwell Museum, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico Tel:

14 Michael J. O Brien Dean of Arts and Science University of Missouri 317 Lowry Hall Columbia, MO Phone: Fax: R. Lee Lyman Professor and Chair of the Anthropology Department Department of Anthropology University of Missouri-Columbia 107 Swallow Hall Columbia, MO Phone: Fax: