Shea Henry

Email:  shenry@sfu.ca

M.A.: University of Idaho 2012

B.A. (Hons): Beloit College 2008

           

Supervisor: Dr. Dave Burley

           

Research Areas:

Zooarchaeology, Feasting Traditions, Spanish Colonial Archaeology, Applied Archaeology/Anthropology.

                

Research Interest:

I am interested in studying food economic systems with regards to the incorporation of food into market-based systems.  Specifically, I would like to explore how food cultures change with the introduction of capitalism as a result of colonization.

Ph.D. /M.A. Research:

My current research is on the faunal remains and foodways from the Spanish Colonial site, Sevilla la Nueva, on the north coast of Jamaica.

 MA Thesis:

“Ni chi le ma 你吃了吗 Have You Eaten Yet?: Analysis of Foodways from Market Street Chinatown San José, California.”


Publications:

            2012 (Paper Contribution) Market Street Chinatown Archaeological Project 2008-2011 Progress Report - “Overseas Chinese Foodways of the Western United States: From California to Idaho”

            2011 (Co-author), Anthropology News – “Cultivating Sustainability through Anthropology: University of Idaho’s Campus Trash Project”


Conference Presentations:   

2012 Bear’s Paw Soup: Resistance and Additions from Market Street Chinatown to the Melting Pot. Northwest Anthropological Society Annual Conference Pendleton, Oregon.

2012 Have you Eaten Yet? Analysis of Faunal Remains from Feature 86-36/5 Market Street Chinatown, San Jose California. Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

 2011 Overseas Chinese Foodways of the Western United States: From California to Idaho. Northwest Anthropological Society Annual Conference, Moscow, Idaho.

2011 Bottles, Boxes, Cans Oh My! Recycling and litter along the New Greek Row Fraternities at the University of Idaho. Northwest Anthropological Society Annual Conference, Moscow, Idaho.

2011 (Poster) Sweet Tooth? Keep Societe Hard Candy Handy’: Candy Purchasing and Consumption at the Kooskia Internment Camp. Northwest Anthropological Society Annual Conference, Moscow, Idaho.

2008 Cows, Pigs, Cats and Yankees: Archaeological Evidence for Animal Use and Disposal in 1850’s Beloit Wisconsin. Three Rivers Archaeological Society, Beloit, Wisconsin.