Tennessee Archaeological Advisory Council
The Tennessee Archaeological Advisory Council consists of eleven members appointed by the Governor for five-year terms.
January 18, 2019
1:30 p.m. CSTMiddle Tenneessee State University James Union Building Hazlewood Room 516 Alma Mater Dr. Murfreesboro, TN 37132 No meeting scheduled for February.
Link to January AgendaNOTICE: MTSU will issue tickets that day to cars parked in lots without the appropriate pass. There is a slight parking change for Friday at the Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology (CRITA) for the Tennessee Archaeological Advisory Council and Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology meetings. Parking for Friday is still in the Bell Street lot. However, rather than reserved parking spots with barricades and attendant, folks will receive a parking permit from a worker at the Bell Street lot entrance (you will see a sign saying “CRITA PARKING PERMITS”). Permits will be available from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm.
- five anthropologists representing the University of Tennessee, University of Memphis, Vanderbilt University, Middle Tennessee State University and East Tennessee State University;
- one representative from the Tennessee Historical Commission;
- one representative from a recognized archaeological association in Tennessee;
- three members of Native American descent and representative of the Native American community in Tennessee;
- one member from the public at large.
Commissioned under T.C.A. 11-6-103.
The statute authorizing this board expires June 30, 2022 and the one-year wind-down period begins.
|Dr. Jeff Chapman, Chairman||06-30-2023||University of Tennessee|
|Cindy Yahola||06-30-2023||Native American Community|
|Dr. David Dye||06-30-2020||University of Memphis|
|Jeremy Kaunisto||06-30-2022||Native American Community|
|Dr. Jay D. Franklin||06-30-2021||East Tennessee State University|
|Georgia Dennis||12-31-2022||Archaeological Association|
|J. Lauren Webb||06-30-2023||Public-at-Large|
|Dr. Kevin Smith||06-30-2022||Middle Tennessee State University|
|Toye Heape||12-31-2022||Tennessee Historical Commission|
|Dr. William Rex Weeks, Jr.||06-30-2020||Native American Community|