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J. C. Harrington Award

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The J. C. Harrington Award was established in 1981 by the Society for Historical Archaeology and is named in honor of J. C. Harrington (1901-1998), a pioneer founder of historical archaeology in North America. The award is presented for a "life-time of contributions to the discipline centered on scholarship". The award is an inscribed medal. No more than one Harrington Award is presented each year.

List of medal recipients

  • 1982 J. C. Harrington
  • 1983 Charles H. Fairbanks
  • 1984 John L. Cotter
  • 1985 Kenneth E. Kidd
  • 1986 George I. Quimby
  • 1987 Arthur Woodward* Stanley A. South
  • 1988 Edward B. Jelks
  • 1989 Bert Salwen* Carlyle Shreeve Smith
  • 1991 Ivor Noël Hume
  • 1993 Bernard L. Fontana
  • 1995 Kathleen K. Gilmore
  • 1997 James Deetz
  • 1999 George F. Bass
  • 2000 Roderick Sprague
  • 2001 Roberta S. Greenwood
  • 2002 Charles E. Cleland
  • 2003 Merrick Posnansky
  • 2004 Kathleen A. Deagan
  • 2005 Marcel Moussette
  • 2006 Donald L. Hardesty
  • 2007 William Kelso
  • 2008 James E. Ayres
  • 2009 Robert L. Schuyler
  • 2010 Judy Bense
  • 2011 Pilar Luna Erreguerena
  • 2012 George Miller
  • 2013 Mary Beaudry
  • 2014 Theresa A. Singleton
  • 2015 Douglas D. Scott
  • 2016 Mark P. Leone
  • * awarded posthumously

    References

    J. C. Harrington Award Wikipedia


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