Dr. Paul N. Eubanks

Assistant Professor

Dr. Paul N. Eubanks
615-898-2517
Room 309, Andrew L. Todd Hall (TODD)
MTSU Box 10, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Degree Information

  • Ph.D., University of Alabama Tuscaloosa (2016)
  • M.A., University of Alabama Tuscaloosa (2010)
  • B.A., University of North Carolina Chapel Hl (2008)

Areas of Expertise

Eastern North American Prehistory
The Development of Complex Societies
Craft Production and Specialization
Pottery Analysis
The Archaeology of Salt

Biography

Publications:

Eubanks, Paul N. (2016). Salt Production, Standardization, and Specialization: An Example from Drake's Salt Works. North American Archaeologist (in press).

Eubanks, Paul N. and Ian W. Brown (2015). Certain Trends in Eastern Woodlands Salt Production Technology. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 40(3):231-256.

Eubanks, Paul N. (2015). A Reconstruction of the Caddo Salt Production Process at Drake's Salt Works. Cad...

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Publications:

Eubanks, Paul N. (2016). Salt Production, Standardization, and Specialization: An Example from Drake's Salt Works. North American Archaeologist (in press).

Eubanks, Paul N. and Ian W. Brown (2015). Certain Trends in Eastern Woodlands Salt Production Technology. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 40(3):231-256.

Eubanks, Paul N. (2015). A Reconstruction of the Caddo Salt Production Process at Drake's Salt Works. Caddo Archeology 25:145-166.

Eubanks, Paul N. (2014). The Timing and Distribution of Caddo Salt Production in Northwestern Louisiana. Southeastern Archaeology 33(1):108-122.

Eubanks, Paul N. (2013). Mississippian Salt Production at the Stimpson Site (1Ck29) in Southern Alabama. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 59(1&2):1-21.

Eubanks, Paul N. (2013). Late Middle Woodland Settlement and Ritual at the Armory Site. In Early and Middle Woodland Landscapes of the Southeast, edited by Alice P. Wright and Edward R. Henry, pp. 167-180. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

Eubanks, Paul N. (2010). Interaction, Sedentism, and Woodland-period Chronology in Central Alabama: A Survey of the Armory Site. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 56(2):29-51.

Grants and Awards:

2014-2015 National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant

2014-2015 David and Elizabeth DeJarnette Scholarship in Anthropology

2013-2014 Graduate Council Research Fellowship, The University of Alabama

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