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Elizabeth Horton is a paleoethnobotabist and the owner of Rattlesnake Master LLC - a macrobotanical analysis and consulting company. She is also a research association at the Arkansas Archaeological Survey. Horton is an archaeologist who specializes in the study of people/plant relationships, ancient agroecology, and the use of plants for technological purposes.
In 2014, the Southeastern Archaeological Conference (SEAC) conducted a sexual harassment survey of its membership. The survey's goal was to investigate whether sexual harassment had occurred among its members, and if so, to document the rate and demographics of harassment. Our findings include a high (66%) level of harassment, primarily among women...
Thousands of years before the maize-based agriculture practiced by many Native American societies in eastern North America at the time of contact with Europeans, there existed a unique crop system only known through archaeological evidence. There are no written or oral records of how these lost crops were cultivated, but several domesticated subspe...
In September 2014 SEAC sponsored a sexual harassment survey of its membership. Goals of the survey were to identify frequency and types of sexual harassment in field situations and identify consequences of such incidences for perpetrators and victims. Specifically, the survey was designed to identify if victims of sexual harassment had suffered adv...
This dissertation is a contribution to the scientific study of archaeological fabrics and fiber use in the Ozark Plateau. Drawing from theoretical perspective based in an "anthropology of technology" I combine attribute analysis of 300 formal fabric artifacts and expedient fiber use, the paleoethnobotanical analysis of fiber and 17 radiocarbon date...