Thomas J. Green
Ph.D. Indiana University 1977
Director, Arkansas Archeological Survey
North American prehistory and ethnology
Cultural resource management
Thomas J. Green is the Director of the Arkansas Archeological Survey. An independent unit of the University of Arkansas System , the Survey is a statewide research, public service, and education institution with 11 research stations in Arkansas. Prior to assuming this position in 1992, Green was the State Archeologist and Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer in Idaho, where he was in charge of Section 106 review and National Register programs. Almost all of his research results from the salvage of archeological sites not protected by state or federal preservation laws. His principal publications deal with Mississippian settlement patterns, southern Idaho pit houses, Idaho grave sites, NAGPRA and CRM. Green received a B.A. in anthropology from the University of Southern California in 1968 and a Ph.D. in anthropology from Indiana University in 1977. Due to his administrative duties with the Survey, Green teaches only one class in cultural resource management. He does serve on graduate committees.
Green, T. J.
In Press. The Buhl Woman: Paleoamerican or Paleoindian? In Festschrift for Dr. Max G. Pavesic, edited by Jerry Galm and Kenneth Reid. Expected publication date: 2008.
2007. Cultural Resource Management, in Handbook of Archaeological Theories, edited by R. Alexander Bentley, Herbert D.G. Maschner, and Christopher Chippindale. Alta Mira Press, pp. 375-394.
2001. Cultural Resource Management: The Conservation of Cultural Heritage, in International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Edited by N.J. Smelser and Paul B. Bates, Pergamon, Oxford . Pp. 3113-3116.
Green, T. J., B. Cochran, T. W. Fenton, J. C. Woods, G. L. Titmus, L. Tieszen, M. A. Davis, and S. J. Miller
1998 The Buhl Burial: A Paleoindian Woman from Southern Idaho. American Antiquity 63:437-456.
Green, T. J. and W. F. Limp
1995 Archeological Overviews: The Southwest Division Overview and the Central and Northern Plains Overview and Their Use in Historic Preservation. The George Wright Forum.
Lockhart, J. J. and T. J. Green
2006 Current and Potential Role of Archaeogeophysics in Cultural Resource Management in the United States . In Remote Sensing in Archaeology: An Explicitly North American Perspective, edited by Jay Johnson, Pp. 17-32.U. of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa .
Rose, J. G. and T. J. Green
1997 NAGPRA and the Future of Skeletal Research. General Anthropology. 4(1):8-10. Reprinted in Biological Anthropology: An Introductory Reader, edited by Michael Alan Park, Boston , McGraw-Hill, pp. 214-217.
Trubitt, Mary Beth, Thomas J. Green and Ann Early
2004 A Research Design for Investigating Novaculite Quarry Sites in the Ouachita Mountains. The Arkansas Archeologist: Bulletin of the Arkansas Archeological Society. Vol. 43 for 2002, pages 17-62.