IMS Associates

Archaeology Students

Jason Scott Paling

Email: jp544572@albany.edu

Education

Undergraduate: Boston University
Graduate: East Carolina University

Research Interests

Mesoamerican archaeology; underwater archaeology; environmental reconstruction and geoarchaeology; settlement patterns.

Current Research

Examining the Mayan multepal political organization at Mayapán and the Maya realm; environmental reconstruction of sites from cenotes and chultuns

Publications

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.