Text Box: Recent Publications
Gougeon, Ramie A.
n.d.	Considering Gender Analogies in Prehistoric Southeastern Archaeology. Southeastern Archaeology Special Publication: Gender in Southeastern Archaeology, edited by Renee B. Walker and Meagan E. Dennison. In review.

2015	Review of Early and Middle Woodland Landscapes of the Southeast, edited by Alice P. Wright and Edward R. Henry. Florida Historical Quarterly. In press.

2015	The King Site: Refining a Pattern Language Model for the Late Mississippian Period in Northwest Georgia. In Archaeological Perspectives of the Southern Appalachians: A Multiscalar Approach, edited by Ramie A. Gougeon and Maureen S. Meyers. The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

2014	Eating Onion Tacos in Ichisi: A Cross-Cultural Food Encounter in Protohistoric Georgia. Early Georgia 42(1):79-88.

2013	Review of The Americas that Might Have Been: Native American Social Systems through Time, by Julian Granberry. Southeastern Archaeology 32(1):130-131.

2012	A Proposal Fit for a “King”: Evaluating the Replacement of Section 106 of the NRHP with NEPA. Electronic document, http://dukespace.lib.duke.edu/dspace/handle/10161/6097, accessed 20 May 2013.

2012	Activity Areas and Households in the Late Mississippian Southeast United States: Who Did What Where? In Ancient Households of the Americas, edited by John Douglass and Nancy Gonlin, pp. 141-162, University Press of Colorado.

Gougeon, Ramie A., and Maureen S. Meyers (editors)
2015	Archaeological Perspectives of the Southern Appalachians: A Multiscalar Approach. The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Meyers, Maureen S., and Ramie A. Gougeon
2015	Introduction. In Archaeological Perspectives of the Southern Appalachians: A Multiscalar Approach, edited by Ramie A. Gougeon and Maureen S. Meyers. The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Ramie A. Gougeon, Ph.D., RPA

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