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Dr. Tanya M. Peres
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ARTICLES (Single Author, unless otherwise noted)

2008 Foodways, Economic Status, and the Antebellum Upland South Cultural Tradition in Central Kentucky. Historical Archaeology 42(4), in press

2007 Peres, T. M. Zooarchaeological Remains from the Fewkes Site (40WM1), Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology, forthcoming

in prep Peres, T. M., and Lacey S. Fleming Evidence for Occupational Pathologies of Domesticated Dogs (Canis familiaris) in Prehistoric Middle Tennessee. To be submitted to International Journal of Osteoarchaeology.

in prep Peres, T. M., and Jessica Bain Connatser Brick Making as a Local Industry in Antebellum Kentucky and Tennessee. To be submitted to Tennessee Archaeology.

2002 R. W. Jefferies, V. D. Thompson, G. R. Milner, R. M. Bonzani, and T. M. Peres
The Cypress Creek Revisited: Archaic Settlement and Subsistence in West-Central Kentucky.
Kentucky Heritage Council, Frankfort, in press.

1999 Peres, T. M., and B. S. Carter Archaeological and Zooarchaeological Remains from the Aucilla River, Northwest Florida. In Zooarchaeology of the Pleistocene/Holocene Boundary: Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the 8th Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, August 1998, edited by Jonathan C. Driver, pp. 63-66. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 800.

1998 A Late-Pleistocene/Early-Holocene Faunal Assemblage from the Page/Ladson Site (8JE591), Jefferson County, Florida. Current Research in the Pleistocene 15:120-121. (peer reviewed)

1997 Page/Ladson Faunal Remains and the Paleoenvironment. Aucilla River Times.
Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville.


BOOK CHAPTERS (Single Author, unless otherwise noted)


in prep. Peres, T. M., A. M. VanDerwarker, and C. A. Pool Chapter 12: The Farmed and the Hunted:
Integrating Floral and Faunal Data from Tres Zapotes, Veracruz. In Integrating Zooarchaeology
and Paleoethnobotany, A. M. VanDerwarker and T. M. Peres (editors), Springer Press.

in prep. Chapter 2: On Methodological Issues in Zooarchaeology. In Integrating Zooarchaeology and
Paleoethnobotany: A Consideration of Issues, Methods, and Cases, A. M. VanDerwarker and
T. M . Peres (editors), Springer Press.

in prep. The Zooarchaeology of Olmec and epi-Olmec foodways along Mexico's Gulf Coast. Invited book
chapter with A. M. VanDerwarker and C. A.Pool. To be included in Archaeology of Mesoamerican
Animals, edited by Chris Götz and Kitty Emery

2006 Peres, T. M. and E. Simons. Chapter 16: Early Holocene Vertebrate Paleontology. In First Floridians and Last Mastodons: The Page-Ladson Site on the Aucilla River, edited by S. D. Webb , pp. 461-470. Springer Publications.


EDITED BOOKS

in prep. VanDerwarker, Amber M., and Tanya M. Peres (editors)
Integrating Zooarchaeology and Paleoethnobotany: A Consideration of Issues, Methods, and
Cases. Springer Press, signed contract in hand.


CONFERENCE PAPERS (Single Author, unless otherwise noted)

2008 The Zooarchaeology of Olmec and Epi-Olmec foodways along Mexico's Gulf Coast. Invited paper to be presented at the Society for American Archaeology meetings, March 2008. (with A. VanDerwarker and C. Pool)

2007 Mississippian Practices of White-tail deer Butchering and Processing in Middle Tennessee. Paper to be presented at the 64th Annual Southeastern Archaeological Conference, October 31-November 3, 2007, Knoxville, Tennessee.

2007 Mississippian Animal Exploitation in Middle Tennessee: A Case Study from the Castalian Springs Site (40SU14). Paper presented at the Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Meeting, January 27, 2007, Nashville, Tennessee.

2006 Mississippian Animal Exploitation in Middle Tennessee: A Case Study from the Castalian Springs Site (40SU14). Paper presented at the 63rd Annual Southeastern Archaeology Conference, November 8-11, 2006, , Little Rock, Arkansas

2006 Diet, Economy, and the Upland South in 19th Century Central Kentucky. Paper Presented at the 2006 Tennessee Conference of Historians, October 30, 2006, Nashville, Tennessee.

2006 T. M. Peres, A. M. VanDerwarker, C. A. Pool The Integration of Floral and Faunal Data From Tres Zapotes, Veracruz. Invited paper presented at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 26-30, 2006, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

2006 A Zooarchaeological Analysis of Selected Contexts from the Fewkes Site (40WM1). Paper presented at the 2006 Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Conference. February 3-4, 2006, Nashville, Tennessee.

2004 T. M. Peres, and Alison M. Hadley The Subsistence Economy of the Eva Bandman Site (15JF668), Jefferson County, Kentucky. Invited paper presented at the 61st Annual Southeastern Archaeology Conference. October 20-23, 2004, St. Louis, Missouri.

2003 Diet, Economy, and the Upland South Cultural Tradition in 19th Century Central Kentucky.
Paper presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference November 6-9, 2002, Charlotte, North Carolina.

2002 Early Farm Life in Kentucky: A Synthesis of Archives and Artifacts. Paper presented at the
59th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference November 6-9, 2002, Biloxi,
Mississippi.

2001 Prehistoric Fisherfolk of Pacific Panama: A Zooarchaeological Analysis. Invited paper presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, Louisiana.

1998 Carter, B. S. and T. M. Peres Archaeological and Zooarchaeological Remains from the Aucilla River, Northwest Florida. Paper presented at the 8th International Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology, Victoria, BC, Canada.

1998 Marrinan, R. A., T. M. Peres, J. A. Halpern, and A. C. Sobierajski. The O'Connell Mission Site (8LE157): A Report of 1997 Field Findings. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

1998 Muniz, M. and T. M. Peres. Paleoenvironments, Extinct Faunas, and the Aucilla River. Paper
presented at the Annual Meeting of the Florida Anthropological Society, Gainesville.

1997 Determining the Depositional Nature of Faunal Assemblages with an Example
from the Page/Ladson Site (8JE591), Jefferson County, Florida. Paper presented at the
54th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


CONFERENCE SYMPOSIA ORGANIZED

November 2007
Hunted, Gathered, Boiled, and Roasted: Archaeological Correlates of Food Processing Activities. Southeastern Archaeology Conference Meetings in Knoxville, Tennessee. Co-organized with C. Alison Dietz, University of Tennessee – Knoxville. A total of eight contributed papers and one discussant.


April 2006
Quantitative Integration of Zooarchaeological and Archaeobotanical Data: A Consideration of Methods and Case Studies. Society for American Archaeology Meetings in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Co-organized with Dr. Amber VanDerwarker, Muhlenberg College. A total of twenty-four participants of national/international standing were involved.                                                                                  
                                                                                                       TECHNICAL REPORTS (Single Author, unless otherwise noted)


Torrence, Corbett McP., and Theresa M. Schober, with contributions by Tanya M. Peres
2005 Topographic Mapping and Preliminary Archaeological Assessment of the Dog Key Site (8LL726), Lee County, Florida. Report Submitted to the Department of Environmental Protection, Estero
Bay Preserve State Park, Fort Myers Beach, Florida.

Peres, T. M., with contributions by R. Matt Byron and Alison M. Hadley
2005 Analysis of Zooarchaeological Remains from the Fewkes Site (40WM1), Tennessee. Technical Report No. 549, Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky.

McCord, Beth K., with contributions by Leslie L. Bush, Donald R. Cochran, Alison Hadley, and Tanya M. Peres
2005 Investigations in the Upper White River Drainage: The Albee Phase and Late Woodland/Prehistoric Settlement. Reports of Investigations 65, Archaeological Resources Management Service, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.

2005 Chapter 7: Zooarchaeological Remains from the Vardeman House Site. In A Phase III Archaeological Data Recovery of the Antebellum Vardeman House Site (15LI88), Lincoln County, Kentucky, edited by P. D. Trader, pp. 389-424. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 464.

2004 Archaeological Survey and Monitoring for Protection of the Rafinesque’s Big-Eared Bat, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 534.

2004 T. M. Peres, R. Madsen, A. S. Wilkinson. A Phase I Archaeological Survey For The 158-Acre Federal Prison Camp Alderson, Summers County, West Virginia. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 533.

2004 T. M. Peres , P. D. Trader, R. Madsen, and D. Buszkiewicz. Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Bridge Replacement, KY 1786, Rockcastle County, Kentucky (Item No.: 8-1027.00). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 519.

2004 P. D. Trader, T. M. Peres , A. Madsen, and R. Madsen. Phase I Archaeological Survey for the U.S. 25W Widening Project, Whitley County, Kentucky (Item No.: 11-120.00). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 517.

2004 T. M. Peres, R. Madsen, and D. Buszkiewicz. Phase I Archaeological Survey for KY 779) Bridge and Approaches Replacement, Whitley County, Kentucky (Item No.: 11-1048.00) (UK-PAR Project No. 04-04). ). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 518.

2004 T. M. Peres, A. Wilkinson, R. Madsen, A. Howard, and D. Buszkiewicz. Phase I Archaeological Survey for the High Street (US25) Bridge and Approaches Replacement, Boone County, Kentucky (Item No.: 6-1046.00) (UK-PAR Project No. 04-02). ). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 516.

2004 Barrier, C., and T. M. Peres. Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Industrial Park Access
Road, Warren County, Kentucky (Item No. 3-16.00) (UK-PAR Project No. 04-01). Program for
Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 515.

2003 Peres, T. M., and K. Bales-Becraft. Phase I Archaeological Survey For The KY911 and KY115
Realignment, Christian County, Kentucky. Item No.: 1-314.0. Program for Archaeological
Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 514.

2003 Peres, T. M., and K. Bales-Becraft. Phase I Archaeological Survey For The U.S. 641 Widening,
Calloway, Kentucky. Item No.: 1-314.0. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 513.

2003 Zooarchaeological Remains from Site 15CK461, Clark County, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 508.

2003 Zooarchaeological Remains from the Cowan Farmstead (15PU234), Pulaski County, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 506.

2003 Bales-Becraft, K., T. M. Peres, and D. Daugherty. A Phase I Archaeological Survey for the
Relocation of KY 122 at Hi Hat, Floyd County, Kentucky (Item No. 12-282.00). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 505.

2003 Baril, J., T. M. Peres, and D. Daugherty. A Phase I Archaeological Survey for the KY 330 Bridge and Approaches Replacement Project, Grant County, Kentucky (Item No. 6-1009.00). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 504.

2003 Bales-Becraft, K., T. M. Peres, and R. Madsen. A Phase I Archaeological Survey for a Proposed
Pipeline Across the Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill, Mercer County, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 503.

2003 A Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Interstate 65 Widening Project, Barren, Edmonson, Hart, Larue, And Hardin Counties, Kentucky (Item No. 4-10.01 And 4-10.05). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 502.

2003 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the KY 90 Widening Project, Pulaski And Wayne Counties,
Kentucky (Item Number 8-109.00). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 498.

2003 A Phase I Archaeological Survey of Bridge And Approaches Replacement On KY 389, Carroll County, Kentucky (Item Number 6-347.00). Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 494.

2003 A Phase I Archaeological Survey of a 100-Acre Parcel Associated with a Surface Mining Permit (Application No. 039-9603) Gallatin County, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky, Technical Report No. 491.

2002 A Phase II Archaeological Evaluation of Site 15BH212, Associated with the KY 11 Project, Bath County, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky. Submitted to Division of Environmental Analysis, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Frankfort, Kentucky, Item No. 9-121.2, 9-121.3, 9-121.4.

2002 A Phase II Archaeological Evaluation of Site 15BH223, Associated with the KY 11 Project, Bath County, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky. Submitted to Division of Environmental Analysis, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Frankfort, Kentucky, Item No. 9-121.2, 9-121.3, 9-121.4.

2002 A Phase II Archaeological Evaluation of Site 15BH219, Associated with the KY11 Project, Bath County, Kentucky. Program for Archaeological Research, University of Kentucky. Submitted to Division of Environmental Analysis, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Frankfort, Kentucky, Item No. 9-121.2, 9-121.3, and 9-121.4.

2002 A Phase II Archaeological Evaluation of Site 5BH213, Associated with the KY11 Project, Bath County, Kentucky. University of Kentucky’s Program for Archaeological Research, Department of Anthropology. Submitted to Division of Environmental Analysis, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Frankfort, Kentucky, Item No. 9-121.2, 9-121.3, and 9-121.4.

2001 Koski, S. and T. M. Peres. Archaeological Testing of the Snake Island Site (8SO2336), and Survey at Jim Neville Preserve and Palmer Point Park, Sarasota County, Florida. Ms. on file, New South and Associates, Stone Mountain, Georgia.

2000 Zooarchaeology of Coastal Southwest Florida’s Snake Island Site (8SO2336). Ms. on file,
Environmental Archaeology Laboratory, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville.

2000 Walker, K. J., D. L. Ruhl, and T. M. Peres. Historical Ecology of the Everglades National Park: First Annual Report on Environmental Archaeological Analysis, Cataloging, and Curation of SEAC Accession 590. Ms. on file at the Southeastern Archeological Center, National Park Service, Department of the Interior, Tallahassee, Florida.

1998 Cornelison, J. and T. M. Peres. Research Design for Archeological Testing at Eight Project Areas Along the Natchez Trace Parkway. Ms. on file at the Southeastern Archeological Center, National Park Service, Department of the Interior, Tallahassee, Florida.
 



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