Here’s a list of publications resulting from the NSF-REU Fiji work:


Cormier, L., S. Jones, Aamodt, C., Andrews, C., Carlisle, C., Whiteaker, L., and A. Wilson. 2012. Obesity, health, and body image in Nayau, Lau Group, Fiji. Journal of Human Ecology 39(2):115-123.
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Cormier, L., S. Jones, N. Ertas, and C. Fidopiastis. 2012. Virtual Fiji: A Cyber Field School for Social Science Education. National Social Science Technology Journal 2(1)
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Jones, S., Carlisle, C.*, Schafer, J*. Ryder, C.Y*, Mullins, S*., Reed, K.*, Ledford, K.*, Pearson, P.*, Rouse, A.*, Bridgeman, L.*, and C. Callahan*. Preliminary Archaeological Investigations at Nukubalavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji. 2016 (in press). Domodomo.

Jones, S., Cormier, L., Aamodt, C., Delisle, J., McCown, A., Messersmith, M., and N. Noojin. 2012. “Enculturating Student Anthropologists Through Fieldwork in Fiji,” pgs. 103-145. In, R. Shanafelt ed., Building Bridges in Anthropology. NewFound Press, University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Jones, S., L. Cormier, and L. Baker. 2011. Gender Inequity as Cultural Diversity: Lessons From a  Field School Program in Fiji. Antrocom Online Journal of Anthropology 7(2):271-285. (ISSN 1973-2880).

Jones, S. 2016 (under review). Eating ethnicity: an Exploration of Fijian Foodways in the Archaeological Past. Submitted the Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology.

Jones, S. 2014. Teaching Written and Oral Communication Skills in Archaeology. The SAA Archaeological Record, The Society for American Archaeology. May, 2014, No. 3, pgs. 23-26.

Jones, S. 2011. Contemporary Subsistence and Foodways in the Lau Islands Fiji: An Ethnoarchaeological Study   of Non-optimal Foraging and Irrational Economics, pgs.73-81. In, Ethnozooarchaeology: The Present Past of Human-animal Relationships, edited by U. Albarella and A. Trentacoste. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Jones, S. 2009. A long-term perspective on biodiversity and marine resource exploitation in Fiji’s Lau Group. Pacific Science 63(4):617-648.

Jones, S. 2009. Sailing at Once in Several Seas: Digging and I-Witnessing in Lau. The SAA Archaeological Record, a publication of the Society for American Archaeology, on ethnoarchaeology (November 2009). Vol. 9 (5):15-18.

Jones, S., A. McCown, M. Messersmith, C. Andrews, L. A. Cormier. 2012. Talking Trash: Studies in Garbology from Fiji’s Lau Group. Ethnoarchaeology 4(2):147-184.

Jones, S. and R. Quinn. 2010. Chapter 7: Waitui kei Vanua: Interpreting Sea and Land Based Foodways in Fiji, pp. 135-172. In, Integrating Zooarchaeology and Peleoethnobotany: A Consideration of Issues, Methods, and Cases, edited by Amber Vanderwarker and Tanya Peres. Springer, New York.

Jones, S. and R. L. Quinn. 2009. Prehistoric Fijian Diet And Subsistence: Integration Of Faunal, Ethnographic, and Stable Isotopic Evidence From The Lau Island Group. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:2742-2754.
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Jones, S., Walsh-Haney, H., and R. Quinn. 2012. Kana tamata or feasts of men: an interdisciplinary approach for identifying cannibalism in prehistoric Fiji. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. DOI: 10.1002/oa.2269.
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