Jennifer Birch
Jennifer Birch
Associate Professor, University of Georgia
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Coalescent communities: Settlement aggregation and social integration in Iroquoian Ontario
J Birch
American Antiquity 77 (4), 646-670, 2012
The Mantle site: an archaeological history of an ancestral Wendat community
J Birch, RF Williamson
AltaMira Press, 2012
Social networks and northern Iroquoian confederacy dynamics
J Birch, JP Hart
American Antiquity 83 (1), 13-33, 2018
From prehistoric villages to cities: settlement aggregation and community transformation
J Birch
Routledge, 2014
Nation building and social signaling in southern Ontario: AD 1350–1650
JP Hart, T Shafie, J Birch, S Dermarkar, RF Williamson
PloS One 11 (5), e0156178, 2016
Between villages and cities: settlement aggregation in cross-cultural perspective
J Birch
From Prehistoric Villages to Cities, 1-22, 2014
Current research on the historical development of northern Iroquoian societies
J Birch
Journal of Archaeological Research 23, 263-323, 2015
Radiocarbon re-dating of contact-era Iroquoian history in northeastern North America
SW Manning, J Birch, MA Conger, MW Dee, C Griggs, CS Hadden, ...
Science Advances 4 (12), eaav0280, 2018
Coalescence and conflict in Iroquoian Ontario
J Birch
Archaeological Review from Cambridge 25 (1), 29-48, 2010
An institutional approach for archaeology
J Holland-Lulewicz, MA Conger, J Birch, SA Kowalewski, TW Jones
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 58, 101163, 2020
Refined radiocarbon chronologies for Northern Iroquoian site sequences: implications for coalescence, conflict, and the reception of European goods
J Birch, SW Manning, S Sanft, MA Conger
American Antiquity 86 (1), 61-89, 2021
Navigating ancestral landscapes in the Northern Iroquoian world
J Birch, RF Williamson
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 39, 139-150, 2015
Effects of population dispersal on regional signaling networks: An example from northern Iroquoia
JP Hart, J Birch, C Gates St-Pierre
Science Advances 3 (8), e1700497, 2017
Rethinking the archaeological application of Iroquoian kinship
J Birch
Canadian Journal of Archaeology/Journal Canadien d'Archéologie, 194-213, 2008
Resolving the migrant paradox: Two pathways to coalescence in the late precontact US Southwest
JJ Clark, JA Birch, M Hegmon, BJ Mills, DM Glowacki, SG Ortman, ...
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 53, 262-287, 2019
Organizational complexity in ancestral Wendat communities
J Birch, RF Williamson
From Prehistoric Villages to Cities, 153-178, 2014
Contact-era chronology building in Iroquoia: age estimates for Arendarhonon sites and implications for identifying Champlain's Cahiagué
SW Manning, J Birch, MA Conger, MW Dee, C Griggs, CS Hadden
American Antiquity 84 (4), 684-707, 2019
An analysis of network brokerage and geographic location in fifteenth-century AD Northern Iroquoia
JP Hart, S Winchell-Sweeney, J Birch
PLoS One 14 (1), e0209689, 2019
Resolving time among non-stratified short-duration contexts on a radiocarbon plateau: possibilities and challenges from the AD 1480–1630 example and northeastern North America
SW Manning, J Birch, MA Conger, S Sanft
Radiocarbon 62 (6), 1785-1807, 2020
How do people get big things done?
SA Kowalewski, J Birch
The evolution of social institutions: Interdisciplinary perspectives, 29-50, 2020
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