• Maria Franklin, Samuel M. Wilson & Hugh B. Matternes

  • Jessie L. Johanson and Andrew Agha Old Ways in New Places? Experimenting with Plants in the Early Plantation Setting, in SA 40(3):159-173
  • Anna F. Graham Fuelwood Collection as Daily Practice: A Wood Charcoal Study for the Colonial Period North Carolina Piedmont, in SA 39:166-182, 2020
  • Beau Carroll, Alan Cressler, Tom Belt, Julie Reed, and Jan F. Simek Talking Stones: Cherokee Syllabary in Manitou Cave, Alabama, Antiquity, 2019
  • Karen Y. Smith and Keith Stephenson The Spatial Dimension of the Woodland Period, in SA 37:112-128, 2018
  • Marvin T. Smith, Jon Marcoux, Erin Gredell and Gregory Waselkov, A Seventeenth-Century Trade Gun and Associated Collection from Pine Island, Alabama, in SA 36:62-74, 2017
  • Penelope B. Drooker, Fabric Fragments from Pine Island, Alabama: Indicator of an Evolving Male Costume Item, in SA 36(1):75-84, 2017
  • Natalie Mueller and Gayle Fritz, Women as Symbols and Actors in the Mississippi Valley: Evidence from Female Flint-clay Figurines and Effigy Vessels, in Native American Landscapes: An Engendered Perspective, University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville
  • Christopher B. Rodning, Mortuary Patterns and Community History at the Chauga Mound and Village Site, Oconee County, South Carolina, in SA 34(3):169-195, 2015
  • William H. Marquardt, Tracking the Calusa: A Retrospective, in SA 33(1):1-24, 2014
  • Jan F. Simek, Alan Cressler, and Nicholas P. Herrmann, Prehistoric Rock Art from Painted Bluff and the Landscape of North Alabama Rock Art, in SA 32(2):218-234, 2013