Jason Scott Paling
Undergraduate: Boston University
Graduate: East Carolina University
Examining the Mayan multepal political organization at Mayapán and the Maya realm; environmental reconstruction of sites from cenotes and chultuns.
Mesoamerican archaeology; underwater archaeology; environmental reconstruction and geoarchaeology; settlement patterns.
Paling, Jason Scott Rhett. December 3, 2004. “Art, Architecture, and the Collapse of the Maya,” Paper presented at the New Hampshire Community Technical College-Nashua Student Senate’s Public Lecture Series, Nashua, New Hampshire.
Paling, Jason Scott Rhett. July 2003. Whaling in Bermuda. Master’s Thesis, East Carolina University: Greenville, North Carolina.
Paling, Jason. April 12, 2002. “Whaling in Bermuda,” Paper presented at the North Carolina Maritime Museum’s Symposium on Underwater Archaeology; Beaufort, North Carolina.
Paling, Jason Scott Rhett. April 6, 2002. “Examining Mayan Female Roles in the Classic Period,” Paper presented at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference: Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Paling, Jason Scott Rhett. Winter 2002. “ECU Student Investigates Bermuda’s Whaling History,” Stem to Stern. Volume 17. East Carolina University; Greenville, North Carolina.
Paling, Jason Scott Rhett. 2001. “Obsidian from the Settlement and Caves,” Chapter in Sacred Landscapes and Settlement in the Sibun River Valley: XARP 1999 Archaeological Survey and Excavation. McAnany, Patricia A. (ed.) Boston University Press: Boston, Massachusetts.
Rodgers, Bradley. “Burroughs’ Site, Edenton, North Carolina,” Site Report: OO7EDS. East Carolina University; Greenville, North Carolina. Student Collaborator.
Corbin, Annalies and Brad Rodgers. “Birminghams’
Site, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin,” Site Report. East Carolina University;
Greenville, North Carolina. Student Collaborator.