email: Trowellove at gmail.com
I have worked in the historic preservation field since the mid 1980s, with a brief interlude in the financial services industry. Residing in Wagoner County, OK, I am an archeologist for a federal agency. Below are some publications.
MA Anthropology, U Montana, 1986
BA Economics, UC Irvine, 1983
BA Comparative Culture, UC Irvine, 1981
The Sociology of Archaeology
Moore, L. E.
2013 Trowel Love: Essays on the Sociology of American Archaeology. Trowel Love Enterprises: Broken Arrow, 0K
2009 Nomads and Commanders: Welcoming Generation X. The SAA Archaeological Record 9(5): 33-36.
2007 Archaeology’s High Society Blues: Reply to McGimsey. The SAA Archaeological Record 7(4): 11-14, 32.
2007 The End of Prehistory. Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 40(1): 26-28.
2006 Toward a Still and Quiet Conscience: A Study in Reflexive Archaeology. North American Archaeologist 27(2): 149-174.
2006 Going Public: Customization and American Archaeology. The SAA Archaeological Record 6(3): 16-19.
2006 CRM: Beyond its Peak. The SAA Archaeological Record 6(1): 30-33.
2005 Book review of Ethnographies of Archaeological Practice: Cultural Encounters, Material Transformations edited by Matt Edgeworth. European Journal of Archaeology 8(3): 306-308.
2005 Social Change and Oklahoma Public Archaeology. North American Archaeologist 26(4): 389-397.
2005 A Forecast for American Archaeology. The SAA Archaeological Record 5(4): 13-16.
2001 The Misplaced Trowel. North American Archaeologist 22(4): 387-402.
1994 The Ironies of Self-Reflection in Archaeology. In Archaeological Theory: Progress or Posture? Edited by Ian Mackenzie, pp. 43-56. Worldwide Archaeology Series #11, Avebury/Ashgate Publishing Co., Brookfield, VT.
1994 Getting Back to Work: Reply to Mackenzie. In Archaeological Theory: Progress or Posture? Edited by Ian Mackenzie, pp. 61-65. Worldwide Archaeology Series #11, Avebury/Ashgate Publishing Co., Brookfield, VT.
1986 Patterns without Rhythm: Social Structure Ambiguity in an Archaeological Field Camp. Masters Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Montana, Missoula.
Moore, L. E. and Gwen J. Hurst
2005 Medicine for the Troops: Glass from a Civil War Encampment in Centreville, Virginia. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia 60(3): 150-176.
Moore, L. E. and Richard Busch
2003 The Hogback Valley and Its Relation to Denver Area Prehistory. Southwestern Lore 69(3): 1-25.
Moore, L. E.
2002 Prehistoric Sites and Settlement Patterns in the Ken-Caryl Valley, Jefferson County, Colorado. Southwestern Lore 68(1): 1-22.
1995 A Glimpse of Centreville's Past. Fairfax Chronicles 18(1): 1, 3-4.
1995 Studying the Modern Period: Expanding the Perspective of Historical Archaeology. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 11:119-124.
Moore, L. E., Douglas W. Owsley, and Karin L. Sandness.
1995 Military and Civilian Burials from Centreville, Virginia. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia 50(4): 27-45.
Moore, L. E.
1994 Notes on the Prehistory of Dunn Loring, Virginia. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia 49(1): 25-31.
1994 Digging in Dunn Loring. Fairfax Chronicles 17:1, 10-11.
1993 Piscataway, Doeg, and the Potomac Creek Complex. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 9:117-138.
1992 Down in the Uplands. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia 47(3): 129-139.
1991 A Little History of the Doeg. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia 46(2): 77‑85.
1989 Archaeology and the Dogue. Fairfax Chronicles 12(5): 1, 6-8.