Céline C. Lamb

  • Anthropology Ph.D. Candidate
  • Anthropology
Research Interests:
EDUCATION

2015, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky

2012, M.A. Environmental Archaeology, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France.

2009, Licence (B.A. Equivalent), Archaeology and Art History, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2017    Hutson, Scott R., Céline C. Lamb, David Medina. Political Engagement in Household Ritual Among the Maya of  Yucatan. In Religion and Politics in Ancient Americas, edited by Sarah Barber and Arthur Joyce, pp. 165-188. Routledge: London.

2016     Hutson, Scott, Barry Kidder, Céline Lamb, Daniel Vallejo-Caliz, and Jacob Welch. Small Buildings and Small Budgets: Making LiDAR Work in Northern Yucatan, Mexico. Advances in Archaeological Practice 4(3): 268-283. 

2015      Sheets, Payson, Christine Dixon, David Lentz, Rachel Egan, Alexandria Halmbacher, Venicia Slotten, Rocio Herrera, and Céline Lamb. The Sociopolitical Economy of an Ancient Maya Village: Cerén and its Sacbe. Latin American Antiquity 26(3): 341-361. 

GRANTS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2017   University of Kentucky Anthropology Excellence Dissertation Fellowship, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

2016   Wenner Gren Foundation Dissertation Fieldwork Grant. Project Name: "Constructing Community and Complexity: Hinterland Interactions at the Ancient Maya Settlement of Crescencio, Mexico."

2015   Robert O'Dear Award for Graduate Student Research in Latin America, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

2014   Robert O'Dear Award for Graduate Student Research in Latin America, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky.

2014   Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Program Travel Grant for Research in Latin America and the Caribbean, University of Kentucky.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

2017       Lamb, Céline C., “Constructing Rural Complexity: Inter-household Relations of Community and Inequality at Chunhuayum, Yucatan, Mexico”. Paper presented in the session “Polities and Inter-Polity Dynamics in the Maya World I”, 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, March 30. 

2015       Lamb, Céline C. and Scott R. Hutson, “Within and Between: A comparative discussion of Intra-site Variability and Hinterland Complexity at the sites of Yaxché, Yucatan and Cerén, El Salvador”. Paper presented in the session “Construction of a Community: Recent Findings From Cerén, El Salvador” organized by Christine Dixon, 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 16.

2015       Lemonnier, Eva, Céline C. Lamb, Daniel Vallejo-Caliz, Shannon Plank and David Medina Arona, “Between House and Site: Considering Intermediate Units in Classic Maya Lowlands Settlements”. Paper presented in the session “Excavating the House: Residential Architecture in the Maya Area”, organized by Edy Barrios, Cameron McNeil and Walter Burgos, 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 17.

2015       Welch, Jacob A. Barry B. Kidder, Céline C. Lamb, Scott R. Hutson, Shannon E. Plank, and David Medina Arona, “Understanding Residential Space through Soil Chemistry in the Northern Maya Lowlands”. Paper presented in the session “Excavating the House: Residential Architecture in the Maya Area”, organized by Edy Barrios, Cameron McNeil and Walter Burgos, 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 17.

2014       Lamb, Céline C., Daniel Vallejo-Caliz, Scott R. Hutson, “Current Explorations of the Formative-Classic Maya Hinterlands of Ucí.” Paper presented in the session “Regional Integration and Disintegration in the Northern Maya Lowlands: Recent Research Along the Uci-Cansahcab Intersite Causeway”, organized by Scott R. Hutson, 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 26.

2013 Lamb, Céline C.. "Domestic Vegetated Spaces at Cerén, El Salvador: an Ethnoarchaeological Approach.” Paper presented in the session: “Questioning Previous Understandings of Ancient Maya Commoners, Agriculture, and Political Economy: New Insights from Cerén, El Salvador”, organized by Christine Dixon, 78th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 6.    

2013       Heindel, Theresa and Céline C. Lamb, “Heterogeneity in Maize Fields: New Evidence from the 2011 Cerén Field Season.” Paper presented in the session: “Questioning Previous Understandings of Ancient Maya Commoners, Agriculture, and Political Economy: New Insights from Cerén, El Salvador”, organized by Christine Dixon, 78th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 6.

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