American Antiquity is the flagship journal of archaeology in the United States. While I haven't yet published a research paper in it, I'm happy to say that I've got a book review in the current issue. Building the Past: Prehistoric Wooden Post Architecture in the Ohio Valley-Great Lakes is a collection of papers edited by Brian G. Redmond (Cleveland Museum of Natural History) and Robert A. Genheimer (Cincinnati Museum Center). The book contains a lot of useful data and some really interesting insights, and I enjoyed reading it. I'll be going through the chapters again in detail when I finally get back around to working on the database for the Eastern Woodlands Household Archaeology Data Project.
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