Jane M. Eastman

Associate Professor - Anthropology
Director of Cherokee Studies

Jane M. Eastman

Phone: 828-227-3841
Email: jeastman@wcu.edu
Office Address: G14A McKee


  • B.A. Anthropology, University of North Carolina, 1986
  • M.A. Anthropology, University of North Carolina, 1989
  • Ph.D. Anthropology, University of North Carolina, 1999


Amber M. VanDerwarker, C. Margaret Scarry, and Jane M. Eastman

  • 2007. Menus for Families and Feasts: Household and Community Consumption of Plants at Upper Saratown, North Carolina. In The Archaeology of Food and Identity, edited by Katheryn C. Twiss, pp. 16-49. Occasional Paper 34, Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

Seramur, Keith C., Ellen A. Cowan, Loretta Lautzenheiser, and Jane M. Eastman

  • Distribution and Preservation of Archaeological Sites Along Piedmont Streams: A Model Developed from a Geoarchaeolgy Survey on the Deep River in North Carolina. In Southeastern Archaeology 26(1): 32-46.

Jane M. Eastman, Paul R. Graham, and Deborah Adams Tiger

  • 2006. Comprehensive Archaeological Survey of the Area Affected by the Proposed Eblen Center for Social Enterprise, Buncombe County, North Carolina. Report submitted to Eblen Charities, Asheville, North Carolina.

Jane M. Eastman and Patricia M. Samford

  • 2003. Archaeological and Geophysical Testing of the Etheridge House. Report prepared for Outer Banks Conservationists, Inc., Manteo.

Eastman, Jane M.

  • 2002. Mortuary Analysis and Gender: The Response of Siouan Peoples to European Contact. In Archaeology of North Carolina: Papers in Honor of H. Trawick Ward, edited by Jane M. Eastman, Christopher B. Rodning, and Edmond A. Boudreaux III, pp. 46-56. Special Publication 7, Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Biloxi, Mississippi. 

Eastman, Jane M., Christopher B. Rodning, and Anthony Boudreaux (editors)

  • 2002. The Archaeology of Native North Carolina. SEAC Special Publication 7, Southeastern Archaeological Conference.

Eastman, Jane M. and Christopher B. Rodning (editors)

  • 2001. Archaeological Studies of Gender in the Southeastern United States. Ripley Bullen Series, The University Press of Florida, Gainesville, and the Florida Museum of Natural History.

Eastman, Jane M.

  • 1999. The Sara and Dan River Peoples: Siouan Communities in North Carolina’s Interior Piedmont from A.D. 1000 to A.D. 1700. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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