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PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Ludlow Collective
2001 Archaeology of the Colorado Coal Field War, 1913-1914. In Archaeologies of the
Contemporary Past, edited by V. Buchli and G. Lucas, pp. 94-107. Routledge Press,
London.

2002 The Colorado Coal Field War Archaeology Project. The SAA Archaeological Record 2(2):21-23.

McGuire, R. and P. Reckner
2002 “The Unromantic West: Labor, Capital and Struggle.” Historical Archaeology 36:44-
58.

McGuire, R., D. Saitta, and P. Duke
1998 Archaeology of the Colorado Coal Field War 1913-1914. Radical History Review 72:79-80.

1998 Colorado Coal Field War Project. Anthropology Newsletter December, American Anthropological Assoc., Washington D.C.

2000 Colorado Coal Field War Project. Annual Editions: Archaeology 01/02, Dushkin, McGraw-Hill, Sluice Dock, (Reprint of McGuire, Saitta, & Duke 1998).

Saitta, D.
2003 Ludlow Massacre. Historical Perspectives column for Blue Sky Quarterly, Spring 2003, page 10. Pinon Publishing, Pueblo CO.

2005  Labor and Class in the American West. North American Archaeology, 
edited by S. Loren and T. Pauketat, pp. 359-385. London, Blackwell.

Saitta, D.
Desecration at Ludlow. New Labor Forum 13:84-87

Walker, M.
2000 Labor History at the Ground Level. Labor’s Heritage 11:60-75

2003 "The Ludlow Massacre: Class, Warfare, and Historical Memory in Southern Colorado" in Landscapes of Conflict, edited by Paul Shackel, SOciety for Historical Archaeology, California, PA.

Walker, M. and D. Saitta
2002 Teaching the Craft of Archaeology: Theory, Practice, and the Field School. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 6:199-207.

Wood, M.
In press “Working-class Households as Sites of Social Change. In Household Choresand Household Choices: Theorizing the Domestic Sphere in Historical Archaeology.  K. S. Barile and J. C. Brandon, Eds. 
Mobile: University of Alabama Press.

2002 “A House Divided: Changes in Women's Power Within and Outside the Household,
1900-1930.” in The Dynamics of Power, edited by M. O. Donovan. Carbondale, IL: Center for Archaeological Investigations.

2002 “Moving Towards Transformative Action Through Archaeology.” International Journal
of Historical Archaeology.

Chicone, S.
2011 From Goats to Gardens: Feeding Southern Colorado's Working Class Poor. Historical Archaeology 45(3):121-139

2011 Respectable Rags: Working-class poverty and the 1913-14 Southern Colorado coal strike. International Journal of Historical Archaeology. 15(1):51-81

 

Duke, P.
2008 The Ludlow Colorado, Coal Miners' Massacre of 1914: The Greek Connection. In The Archaeology of Xenitia: Greek Immigration and Material Culture. Edited by Kostis Kourelis. The New Griffin 10. Pp. 23-29. American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

 

Duke, P., R. McGuire, D. Saitta, P. Reckner and M. Walker
2005 The Colorado coalfield War Archaeological Project: Archaeology Serving Labor. In
Preserving Western History. In Preserving Western History edited by Andrew Gulliford, pp 32-43. UNM Press, Albuquerque.

 

Duke, P. and D. Saitta
1998 An Emancipatory Archaeology for the Working Class. Assemblage #4. On-line journal located at http://www.assemblage.group.shef.ac.uk/4/4duk_sai.html.

 

Jacobson, M.
2009 Moralizing Space: An Archaeological View of Emotion in Colorado's Coalfields. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Chacmool Conference. Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary.

 

2011 The Struggles of Making Place: Ideological Negotiation in the Conflict of the Colorado Coalfield War of 1913-1914. Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest. Edited by William Walker and Kathryn Venzor. University Press of Colorado. Boulder, CO.

 

McGuire, R.
2014 Won With Blood: Archaeology and Labor's Struggle. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 18(2) in press.

 

McGuire, R. and P. Reckner
2003 Building a Working Class Archaeology: The Colorado Coal Field War Project. Industrial Archaeology Review.

 

2005 Building a Working Class Archaeology: The Colorado Coal Field War Project. In Industrial Archaeology: Future Directions. Ed by D.C. Casella and J. Symonds, pp. 217-242, Springer, New York. (reprint of McGuire and Reckner 2003)

2008 Ethics, objectivity, and emancipatory archaeology. In Archaeology and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics, edited by P. Duke and Y. Hamilakis, pp. 267-280. Left Coast Press.

2013 Agency and Collective Action: Insights From North American Historical Archaeology. In Cooperation and Collective Action: Archaeological Perspectives, edited by D. Carballo, pp. 129-148. University Press of Colorado.

 

Saitta, D., M. Walker and P. Reckner
2006 Battlefields of Class Conflict: Ludlow Then and Now. Journal of Conflict Archaeology 1:197-213.

2014 100% Americanism: Material Culture and Nationalism, Then and Now. International Journal of Historical Archaeology. In Press.


PROFESSIONAL PAPERS

Duke, P., R. McGuire, and D. Saitta
2001 Agency and the Praxis of Archaeology. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology meetings, New Orleans, April 21.

Gray, A. and D. Saitta
2002 Ludlow in Historical and Intellectual Context. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Denver.

Horn, C. and P. Reckner
1999 Re-imaging the Ludlow Tent Colony Through the Lens of Historical Archaeology. Paper
presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology meetings, Salt Lake City.

Jacobson, M.
2002 Ideological Strife: Landscape interpretation as analysis and integrative study in the Ludlow Massacre. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Denver.

Ludlow Collective
2000 Remembering Ludlow: Archaeology as Political Action. In the session "Developing
Archaeological Approaches to Labor in the New Millenium," 65th Annual Meeting of
the Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia, 2000.

McGuire, R.
1996 La Arqueología Como Acción Política en Los Estados Unidos. I Congreso Iberoamericano de Arqueología Social La Rábida, España, 17 al 21 de Junio, 1996

1996 Archaeology as Political Action. R.B. Johnston Memorial Lecture, Trent University,
Peterborough, Ontario.

1998 Archaeology as Political Action: The Colorado Coal War Project. Paper presented at the
First Conference on Archaeological Theory in South America, Victoria, Brazil, April 6-9.

2000 Poster: Archaeology of the Colorado Coal Field War 1913-1914. American Anthropological Association, San Francisco.

2002 The Colorado Coal Field War Project. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Denver.

McGuire, R. and P. Reckner
1999 The Unromantic West: Labor, Capital, and Struggle. Paper presented at the
Society for Historical Archaeology meetings, Salt Lake City.

McGuire, R and M. Walker
1997 Archaeology as Political Action at Ludlow Colorado. Society for Historical Archaeology, Corpus Cristi.

Reckner, P.
2000 Remembering Ludlow: Archaeology as Political Action. Presented at the Society for
American Archaeology meeting, Philadelphia.

2002 Solidarity, Difference and the Materiality of Social Practice: Negotiating Community at the Ludlow Tent Colony, 1913-14. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Denver.

Saitta, D.
1998 Archaeology at the Ludlow Tent Colony. Presented at the annual meeting of the
Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Pueblo, Colorado, March 13-14.

2001 Toward an Emancipatory Archaeology: Contributions from the Colorado Coal Field War Project. Presented at the Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies Research Program “Not Just One Story: Collaborations in Cultural Research and Interpretation on Public Lands”. Durango, October 19.

2001 Historical Archaeology at the Ludlow Massacre Memorial. Presented at the Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies Research Program “Archaeology that Matters: Collaborations, Applications, and Ethics in the Americas”. Durango, October 18.

2003 Industrial Archaeology, Public Memory, and Preservation: Contributions from the Colorado Coal Fields. Colorado Preservation, Inc. Saving Places Conference, Denver, February 7.

Saitta, D. and M. Walker
2001 Power of Place: The Ludlow Tent Colony Then and Now. AAA meetings, Washington
DC.

Saitta, D., R. McGuire, and P. Duke
1999 Working and Striking in Southern Colorado, 1913-1914. Presented at the Society
for Historical Archaeology annual meeting, Salt Lake City.

Walker, M.
1999 Archaeology, Audiences, and the Memory of Miners. Paper presented at the Society for
Historical Archaeology meetings, Salt Lake City.

1999 An Archaeology of Labor: Research on Ludlow and the 1913-14 Coal War. Paper
presented at the Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists meetings, Glenwood
Springs, Colorado.

1999 The Ludlow Massacre: Labor Struggle and Historical Memory in Southern Colorado.
Paper presented at “Commemoration, Conflict, and the American Landscape,” University
of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

1999 The Ludlow Massacre: Labor Struggle and Historical Memory in Southern Colorado.
Paper presented at the North American Labor History Conference, Detroit, Michigan.

2000 Making Their Own History: Remembering Labor Struggle in Southern Colorado.
In the session "Struggling Pasts", Society for Historical Archaeology Conference,
Quebec, January, 2000.

2000 Archaeology, Memory and Labor Struggle in Southern Colorado. In the session "Archaeologies of Memory: Case Studies, Comparative Perspectives," 65th Annual
Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia,

2002 “All You Need To Know about Ludlow...": Class and the Construction of Memory.
Presented at the Society for American Archaeology meeting, Denver.

Walker, M. and D. Saitta
2001 Teaching the Craft of Archaeology: Theory, Practice, and the Field School. Presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology meetings, Long Beach, California.

Wood, M.
1998 Reinstating the Radical Potential of Feminism in Historical Archaeology. Paper
presented at the at the Society for American Archaeology meetings, Seattle.

2000 Labor of Love: Women's Domestic Labor and the Struggle for Transformative Social
Change. Visiting Scholars Conference, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

2000 Collective Action: Archaeology and Social Activism. Paper presented at the Annual
Conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Quebec, Canada.

2001 Cooking, Cleaning, and Class War: Domestic Labor and Social Protest in a Southern
Colorado Coal Mining Community. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Washington, D.C.

2002 An American Standard of Living: The Archaeology of Getting-by at Berwind 1910-1930. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Denver.

Chicone, S.

2007 The Poverty of Possessions: Ideology, Materiality and the 1913-14 Southern Colorado Coal Strike. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association.

 2007 Houses, Shacks, and Tents: Sheltering Southern Colorado's Working-class Poor.Presented at the New York State Archaeological Association (NYSAA) Finger Lakes Chapter, Ithaca, NY.

2007 The Ludlow Massacre: An Archaeology of Class Conflict. Presented at Natural History at noon at the Paleontological Research Institution.

2007 Poverty as Process: Towards an Archaeological Analysis of the Working Poor. Presented at the Radical Archaeology Theory Symposium, Syracuse University.

 

2008 Reimagining America's 'Deserving': Poverty, Materiality, and the 1913-14 Southern Colorado Coal Strike. Presented at the the 6th Annual Material Culture Symposium for Emerging Scholars: University of Delaware, the Center for Material Culture Studies, and the Winterthur Museum & Country Estate.

2008 Archaeology and the "great moral issue of our time": Working-class poverty and the 1913-14 Southern Colorado Coal Strike. Presented at the George Mason University Public Symposia on Archaeology: Invited participation: Archaeology and Human Rights.

2009 Uncovering America's Deserving: Working Class poverty and the 1913-14 Southern Colorado Coal Strike. Presented at the Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology.

2013 Towards Archeological Analysis of Poverty: A Consideration of Impacts. Presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archeology.

Duke, P. and D. Saitta
1996 An Emancipatory Archaeology for the Working Class. Presented at the Theoretical Archaeology Group, Liverpool, England.

Jacobson, M.
2002 Ideological Strife: Landscape Interpretations as Analysis and Integrative Study in the Ludlow Massacre. Paper presented to the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, CO.

2003 Looking for Tents: A Methodology of Identification and Analysis of Ephemeral Tent Sites. Paper presented to Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee, WI.

2004 Moralizing Space: An Archaeological View of Emotion in Colorado's Coalfields.
Paper presented to Chacmool Archaeological Conference, Calgary, Alberta.

2005 Rethinking Resistance: Baseball and Musical Performance as Strategies of Struggle in the Coal Towns of Southern Colorado. Coauthored Michael Jacobson and Paul Reckner Paper Presented to Society for Historical Archaeology, York, England.

2005 Americanizing the Miner: Capitalist Conflicts Over Immigrant Labor in Colorado's Southern Coalfields. Paper presented to the Society for American Archaeology, Salt Lake City, UT.
2006 The Struggles of Making Place: Ideological Negotiation in the Conflict of the Colorado Coalfield War of 1913-1914. Paper presented to 10th Biennial Southwest Symposium in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

2010 The Conflicts of Place: The Application of Military Terrain Analysis on the Landscapes of the Colorado Coalfield War. Paper presented to Society for American Archaeology in St. Louis, Missouri.

Larkin, K.
2005 Interpreting the Ludlow Archaeology Project. Poster Presented at the 70th annual meetings for the Society for American Archaeology. Salt Lake City. March 30-April 3

McGuire, R.
2003 Plenary Address, Won With Blood: Workers Rights And The Archaeology Of The Colorado Coal Field War Of 1913-1914, World Archaeological Congress, Washington D.C., June 21-26.

2004 Archaeology of The Colorado Coal Field War, poster presented at the Southwest Symposium, Chihuahua City, México.

2005 La Massacre de Ludlow: Arqueologia I Memoria de la Lluita Obrera. Dept. Prehistoria de la Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

2010 Archaeology as Political Action in the Coalfields. Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, Missouri.

2011 Working Class Archaeology. Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, California.

2011 Won With Blood: Archaeology And Labor's Struggle. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Montreal, Canada.

2013 Working Class Archaeology, in the advanced seminar - Archaeology, Relevance, and Activism. Amerind Foundation, Dragoon, AZ.

Moore, S.
2006 Growing Up in America: A Historical Archaeology of Children's Objects from the Coal Camps of Southeastern Colorado. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Saitta, D.
2002 Science, History, and Solidarity. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Denver, April 20.

2003 Memory, Monumentality, and Vandalism at Ludlow, Colorado. Presented at the Front Range Symposium on Art History, Boulder, Colorado. September 27.

2004 Battlefields of Class Conflict: Ludlow 1914. Presented at the Theoretical Archaeology
Group, Glasgow, Scotland. December 18.

2004 Class Conflict in the American West: Archaeology of the Ludlow Massacre, 1914. Presented at the Contemporary Historical Archaeology Theory Conference, Leicester, England. November 19.

2004 Agency and Warfare: Insights from the 20th Century American Southwest. Presented at
the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Montreal. April 3.

2008 Excavating Hidden History: Archaeology of the Colorado Coal Field War, 1913-1914.
Presented in the Department of Anthropology Colloquium series, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. April 17.

2010 Emancipatory Archaeology Ten Years Later. Keynote Address for the 7th Annual Public Anthropology Conference, American University, Washington DC. October 16.

2010 The Ludlow Massacre: Archaeology, Activism, Preservation. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Meeting, St. Louis. April 14-18.

2012 Remembering Ludlow. Presented at the Western History Association Roundtable on "Decolonizing History and Reclaiming Public Memory." Denver, October 6.

2013 Collective Action in Inter-Theoretical Perspective. Presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology Meeting, Leicester, England, January 10.

Walker, M.
2002 The Names of Kings': Bringing Workers into the Workplace.. Paper presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, Mobile, Alabama.

2005 The Colorado Coalfield War Archaeology Project. Paper presented in the session Commemorating Ludlow at the annual meeting of Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association, Corvallis, Oregon.

Wood, M.
2000 Solidarity in Struggle. Paper presented to a meeting of the United Steelworkers of America and the United Mine Workers of America, Pueblo, Colorado.

2003 Resistance Created By Everyday Action. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

2004 Counter-Narratives of Daily Life: The Household and Household Relations as Tactics in the Struggle Between Labor and Capital. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, St. Louis, Missouri.

2004 Building the Corporate Family: Constructing Households, Families and Class Conflict. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

2005 Nourishing Community: Housewives, Food and the Creation of Working Class Community in an Early 20th Century Coal Mining Community. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

2005 Effective Action at the Confluences of Historical Analysis and Political Engagement. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association.

2005 Building the Corporate Family: Constructing Homes, Families and the Nation. Paper presented as the Distinguished Lecture in Archaeology, Explorations in Archaeology Series, University of Kansas, Department of Anthropology, September 9, 2005.

2006 Fighting for America: Nation, Meaning and the Material World. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Sacramento, California.

2011 100% Americanism: Material Culture and Nationalism in the Past and Present. Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Montreal, Canada.

 

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS

Wood, M.
2002 Fighting for Our Homes: An Archaeology of Women's Domestic Labor and Social Change in a Working Class, Coal Mining Community, 1900-1930. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University.

Chicone,S.
2006 Feeding, Clothing and Sheltering Southern Colorado's Working Class: Toward an Archaeological Analysis of Poverty. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University.

Horn, Claire H.
2009 Well Enough to Work: Health and Class in Southern Colorado Coal Mining Towns, 1900-1930. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University.

Jacobson, M.
2006 The Rise and Fall of Place: The Development of a Sense of Place and Community in Colorado's Southern Coalfields 1890-1930. PhD Dissertation, Department of Anthropology Binghamton University.

Reckner, Paul E.
2009 Social Difference Community Building And Material Social Practice: Solidarity and Diversity At The Ludlow Tent Colony, 1913-1914. Ph.D. dissertation. Anthropology Department. Binghamton University.

 
 

 

MASTERS PAPERS/THESES

Bryant, D.
2001 Toward an Archaeology of Labor History. Masters Paper, Department of Anthropology,
University of Denver.

Horn, Claire H.
1998 Archaeology of the Ludlow Tent Colony. Masters thesis, Department of Anthropology,
University of Denver.

Jacobson, M
2002 Ideological Clash: A Study of Experience in the Colorado Coal Field War 1913-1914.
Masters Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University.

Rudden, Mary E.
1998 Female Class Consciousness in the Ludlow Tent Colony. Masters thesis, Department of
Anthropology, University of Denver.

Gray, Amie
2005 Contested Ideals: Cultural Citizenship at the Ludlow Tent Colony. MA thesis. Social Sciences Department, University of Denver.

UNDERGRADUATE HONORS THESES

Broockmann, D.
2000 Computer Mapping and Photogrammetrie in the Colorado Coalfield War Archaeological Project. Senior Honors Theses, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University.


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