«PERSONAL Name JAMES H. COIL Address Archaeological Research Facility 2251 College Building University of California at Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720 ...»
Delivered hour-long presentation on dissertation and postdoctoral research.
2003 UC Berkeley Archaeological Research Facility weekly noon lecture series.
Delivered hour-long presentation on dissertation research design, methods, and results.
2001 “Plants and Polynesian archaeology”, visiting classroom lecture for undergraduate archaeology class (instructor Peter Mills), University of Hawaii at Hilo.
2000 “Cal Day” community outreach volunteer at UC Berkeley Archaeological Research Facility.
1999 Created educational book, “Identifying Trees, Shrubs, and Plants in Kahikinui” for local Hawaiian homesteaders in dissertation study area.
1998-2000 Volunteer laboratory supervisor, UC Berkeley Oceanic Archaeology Laboratory.
Assisted Professor Patrick Kirch in maintaining laboratory equipment and facilities.
1998-2000 Annual research presentations to Ka ‘Ohana O Kahikinui community land-rights organization, Maui, Hawaii.
1998 Appointed as graduate student-faculty liason for student group AGORA (Anthropology Graduate Organization for Research and Action), UC Berkeley
1998 Seminar presentation on Hawaiian archaeology and paleoecology for UC Berkeley interdisciplinary “Global Change” seminar, department of Integrative Biology.
1998 UC Berkeley Archaeological Research Facility “Brown Bag” seminar series.
Delivered hour-long lecture on first field season of dissertation research.
1997-1998 Classroom visits, transportation assistance, and archaeology laboratory tour hosting for UC Berkeley-Oakland K-12 public schools outreach program.
REPORTSJ. H. Coil. Identification of archaeological charcoal samples from Huahine, Society Islands, French Polynesia. Prepared for Reidar Solsvik, University of Oslo Ethnographic Museum, July 2005.
J. H. Coil. Identification of household charcoal samples from ’Opunohu Valley, Mo’orea, Society Islands. Prepared for Jennifer Kahn, UC Berkeley. July 2005.
J. H. Coil. Examination of archaeological charcoal from Kalaupapa peninsula for taxonomic identification and radiocarbon dating sample selection. Prepared for Mark McCoy, UC Berkeley. Jul. 2005.
J. H. Coil. Charcoal identification and AMS subsample selection for recently excavated archaeological samples from Mangareva Island, French Polynesia. Prepared for Dr. Patrick Kirch, UC Berkeley. Jan. 2003.
J. H. Coil. Identification of wood charcoal samples from Hatiheu Valley, Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia. Prepared for Dr. Sidsel Millerstrom, UC Berkeley. Jul. 2001.
J. H. Coil. Identification of wood charcoal samples for Pearson’s Cave, and selection of materials for AMS radiocarbon dating, Kalaupapa, Moloka'i, Hawaii. Prepared for Dr. Patrick Kirch, UC Berkeley. Oct. 2001.
J. H. Coil. Distributions of native and cultivated plants in the surveyed areas at Kalaupapa National Historic Park, and their utility for archaeological interpretation. Prepared for Dr. Patrick Kirch, UC Berkeley. Oct. 2001.
J. H. Coil. Evaluation of plant microfossil presence on Adrar Bous groundstone and ceramic artifacts. Prepared for Dr. Diane Gifford-Gonzales, UC Santa Cruz. Sept. 2001.
J. H. Coil. Identification of charcoal samples chosen for further radiocarbon dating of E. W.
J. H. Coil. Experimental starch analysis of stones from a stone-lined pit in Kipahulu, Maui, Hawaii.
Prepared for Dr. Tom Dye, International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc.
Honolulu, Hawaii. Jan. 2001.
J. H. Coil. Taxonomic identification of archaeological charcoal from Hinalaulua, Molokai, Hawaiian Islands. Prepared for Dr. Marshall Weisler, University of Otago. Jun. 1999.
P. V. Kirch, J. Coil, and S. Jones. Preliminary report on archaeological testing at the BAC and GMS sites, Mahaulepu, Kauai. Jul. 1997.
MUSEUM RESEARCH2001 Re-analysis of E. W. Gifford's 1950's archaeological collections from New Caledonia. P. A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, UC Berkeley. Coordinated use by visiting researchers and undergraduate and graduate students, of extensive archaeological collections for classroom re-analysis project (see teaching experience above).
1996-1997 History of Anthropology at UC Berkeley Project, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology. Designed and initiated multimedia project which integrated library, archival, and museum collections research to create educational web site, in collaboration with the UC Berkeley Center for Studies in Higher Education.
1995 California Archaeology Project, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
Volunteered in project to re-curate artifact collections from California, received training in museum cataloguing, curation, and preservation methods.