David Raymond Carlson

Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington

Academic and Work Experience

Below are excerts from my curriculum vitae detailing my research and teaching experience. You can find a PDf copy of my full CV here.

Research Interests

Archaeology of labor and immigration; Japanese American history; racism and race formation; landscape archaeology; archaeological GIS and digital archaeology; remote sensing and geophysical survey; public archaeology; archaeological pedagogy; philosophy of archaeology; Pacific Northwest United States and Island Southeast Asia (Indonesia)

Education

In Progress PhD Anthropology (in progress), University of Washington
2012 M.A. Anthropology, University of Washington
2009 Certificate in Geographic Information Systems, University of West Florida
2007 B.A. Anthropology, University of Florida (Minor in History)


Publications

Carlson, David
2017 The Issei at Barneston Project: An investigation into issues of race and labor at an early twentieth-century Japanese American sawmill community. Archaeology in Washington (in press)
Carlson, David and Amy Jordan.
2013 Visibility and Power: Preliminary Analysis of Social Control on a Bandanese Plantation Compound, Eastern Indonesia. Asian Perspectives 52(2): 213-243. [Peer Reviewed] -- [PDF Proof]

Grants, Fellowships, Awards, and Other Funding

2017 "The Intersection of Labor and Race in Intercultural Interaction." National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, University of Washington. Co-PI with Sara Gonzalez.
2016 James Fellowship, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.
2016 "Low-Impact Recording in Archaeology." Student Technology Fund Grant. Co-PI with Sara Gonzalez and Ian Kretzler. University of Washington. $66,692.00.
2015 Yeager Award for Teaching Excellence. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.
2014 Yeager Award for Scholarly Excellence. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.
2013-14 Anthropology Department Pilot Research Funding Award. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.
2011 Foreign Language Area Scholarship (Intermediate Indonesian). Southeast Asia Center, Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, Summer.
2010-13 Luce Southeast Asian Archaeology Fellowship. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington

Conference Activity and Participation

Symposia Organized
2017 (with Renae Campbell) "Writing Inequality, Endurance, and Transnationalism: The Archaeology of Chinese and Japanese Immigrants and their Descendants in North America." Society for Historical Archaeology 2017 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Fort Worth, TX. Jan. 4-8.
Papers Presented
2017 "Potential Context and Consequences of Racialized Labor Relations between Issei Sawmill Workers and Management at Barneston, WA (1898-1924)". SHA 2017 Conference, Fort Worth, TX. Jan. 4-8.
2015 "The Intersection of Identity, Labor, and Racism in Washington State Company Towns." 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California, USA, April 15-19.
2015 "A proposal for investigating identity, class, and labor in Washington State Worker Settlements." SHA 2015 Conference, Seattle, Washington, USA, Jan. 6-11.
2013 "Pengawasan dan Lansekap Perkebunan di Pulau Banda" [Eng: Surveillance and Plantation Landscapes in the Banda Islands]. University of Washington Student Conference in Bahasa Indonesia, Seattle, Washington, USA, April 20.
2012 "Agency and materiality on colonial-period plantations in Southeast Asia." 77th Annual Meeting of the SAA, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, April 18-22.
Chaired Symposia
2015 "Archaeology of Historic Industrial Features, Labor Relations, and Military Installations." 80th Annual Meeting of the SAA, San Francisco, California, USA, April 15-19.
2015 "Miners, Loggers, Farmers, and Hunters: Investigating Labor in North American History." SHA 2015 Conference, Seattle, Washington, USA, Jan. 6-11.

Teaching Experience

Graduate Student Adviser

Anthropology Writing & Research Center (Autumn 2015 - Spring 2016)

Graduate Student Instructor

Principles of Archaeology (Summer 2017, Spring 2017, Spring 2015, Summer 2014)

Teaching Assistant

Human Biological Diversity (Autumn 2014, Autumn 2016)

Principles of GIS Mapping (Spring 2014)

Principles of Archaeology (Winter 2014, Autumn 2013, Spring 2013, Winter 2013)

Archaeological GIS (Autumn 2012, Winter 2011)


Research Experience

2016 Project Director/co-PI, "Issei at Barneston Project". Sara Gonzalez, PhD. (PI), Department of Anthropology, University of Washington. Ongoing.
2014-16 Temporary Project-Specific Project Archaeologist/Archaeological Technician, Multiple Companies, Pacific Northwest, United States. (contact for more detail)
2013 Graduate Student Technical (GIS) Assistant. Work performed for Dr. Carol Jolles as part of Inupiaq Landscapes and Architecture: Preserving Alaska Native Community Histories project, Shared Beringian Heritage Program grant from the National Park Service. Dr. Carol Jolles and Herbert Anungazuk (P.I.s). March - April
2009 GIS Intern, as part of UWF GIS Certificate Program. Fullfilled at Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. Debra Wells, M.A. (Supervisor). August - December
2007-10 Staff Field/Laboratory Technician, Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. Debra Wells, M.A., RPA (Laboratory Director). Jonesville, FL.
2006-08 Archaeological Technician/Unit Supervisor/GIS Analyst, Thornhill Lake Archaeological Project. Jon Endonino, M.A. and Dr. Kenneth Sassaman (PI). Enterprise, FL.
2005-06 Field Technician, Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc.. Summer.
2005-06 Student Laboratory Technician. Asa Randall, M.A., Southeastern Archaeology Laboratory. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Autumn and Spring.
2005 Field school student. University of Florida, St. Johns Archaeological Field School. Dr. Kenneth Sassaman (PI). Deltona, FL. Summer.

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