Anthony L. Ortmann, Ph.D.; Tulane University
Ph.D. Tulane University, New Orleans, 2007.
M.A. Tulane University, New Orleans, 2004.
North American archaeology with specialization in the prehistory of the southeastern United States. Topical interests include hunter-gatherer adaptive systems; development of social complexity; the interaction of humans with their environments; and the production and maintenance of cultural landscapes. Additional analytical interests include geoarchaeological investigation of earthworks and cultural landscapes, and lithic and ceramic technologies.
Recent Conference Papers and Publications
2007 Ortmann, Anthony L.
“A New Perspective on the Poverty Point Landscape.” Paper presented at the 64th annual meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Knoxville, TN (forthcoming).
2005 Ortmann, Anthony L., and Tristram R. Kidder
“Recent Excavations at Poverty Point’s Mound A: The ‘Tail’ of Two Mounds.” Paper presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Columbia, SC.
2004 Kidder, Tristram R., Anthony L. Ortmann, and E. Thurman Allen
Testing Mounds B and E at Poverty Point. Southeastern Archaeology 23(1):98-113.
2004 Ortmann, Anthony L., and Tristram R. Kidder
Petrographic Thin-Section Analysis of Poverty Point Ceramics. In Early Pottery: Technology, Function, Style, and Interaction in the Lower Southeast, edited by Rebecca Saunders and Chris Hays, pp. 193-209. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
2004 Ortmann, Anthony L.
“The Poverty Point Earthworks: An Intrasite Perspective.” Paper presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Quebec.
Member of Society for American Archaeology since 2000.
Member of Southeastern Archaeological Conference since 1998.
Department of Geosciences
Murray State University
Murray, KY 42071