Doctoral Student LORI BARKWILL LOVE
Advisor: Dr. Robert Hard
Dissertation/Thesis Topic: Transitioning into Villages: Social Interaction and Integration among Communities during the Early Pithouse Period in the Mogollon Region
Research Interests: Prehistoric archaeology in the North American Southwest with an emphasis on the Mogollon region, social identity, community, interaction, ceramic analysis, and Bayesian chronological modeling
2017 Barkwill Love, Lori and Michael D. Pool. A Closer Look: The Plain and the Slipped: Mogollon Early Pottery. Archaeology Southwest Magazine 31(1):11.
2017 Barkwill Love, Lori. Preliminary Investigation of Two Boots (AZ CC:4:32 ASM): An Early Mogollon Pithouse Site. In Collected Papers from the 19th Biennial Mogollon Archaeology Conference, edited by Lonnie C. Ludeman, pp. 3-12. Friends of Mogollon Archaeology, Las Cruces, NM.
2015 Barkwill Love, Lori, Steve A. Tomka, and Timothy K. Perttula. The Petrographic Analysis of Sherds from the Craig Mound at the Spiro Site (34LF40), the Moore #3/Ainsworth Site (34LF31), and the Geren Site (34LF36), LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Caddo Archaeology Journal 25:5-47.
2015 Barkwill Love, Lori. A Whole Lot of Brown and a Sprinkling of Red: Winn Canyon Revisited. In Collected Papers from the 18th Biennial Mogollon Archaeology Conference, edited by Lonnie C. Ludeman, pp. 21-28. Friends of Mogollon Archaeology, Las Cruces, NM.