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Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology

About CNEHA

The Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology (also known as CNEHA) was founded in 1966. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to archaeological scholarship in the American and Canadian Northeast. Our goal is to encourage and advance the collection, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge derived from the practice of archaeology on historic sites from the beginnings of European exploration in the New World to the recent past.

Constitution

Read the Constitution (pdf) for the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology.

Ethical Standards

Read the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology's Ethical Standards (pdf) document.

Officers

EXECUTIVE BOARD CHAIR

Karen Metheny

VICE-CHAIR

Meta Janowitz

EXECUTIVE VICE-CHAIR

(USA)
Ed Morin
AECOM Technology Corporation

EXECUTIVE VICE-CHAIR

(Canada)
Joseph Last

TREASURER and
MEMBERSHIP LIST

Sara Mascia

SECRETARY

Nancy J. Brighton

NEWSLETTER EDITOR

David Starbuck

JOURNAL and
MONOGRAPH EDITOR

Maria O’Donovan

 

AT LARGE BOARD MEMBERS

Henry Cary

Amanda Crompton
Department of Anthropology
Saint Mary's University

Laura Masur
Department of Archaeology
Boston University

Stéphane Noël
Département des sciences historiques
Pavillon Charles-De Koninck
Université Laval

Travis Parno
Historic St. Mary's City

Meagan Ratini
AECOM

Patricia Samford
Director, Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory
Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum

Richard Veit
Monmouth University
Department of History and Anthropology

 

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