Publications

Publications Available Online

Madry, Scott, Elizabeth Anne Jones, D. Seth Murray, and Amanda Tickner
2011 Une Micro-Histoire De La Terre Et De L’utilisation Des Ressources: L’intégration des SIG-H (Systèmes d’information géographique historiques) et des données qui y sont liées en Bourgogne du sud Le Monde Des Cartes Revue du Comité Français de Cartographie 208: 75-80.

Jones, Elizabeth A.
2009 Multi-temporal Landscape History in Burgundy: An Innovative Application of Genealogy Software. Annual Proceedings of Computer Applications in Archaeology (online publication)

Madry, Scott, Elizabeth Jones, and Amanda Tickner.
2009 An Improved Method for Extraction of Historical Cartographic Features into GIS: A French Case Study. Annual Proceedings of Computer Applications in Archaeology (online publication)

Publications

Jones, Elizabeth A., and Carole L. Crumley
2001    Mont Dardon.  Pp. 225-226 in Medieval Archaeology:  An Encyclopedia, ed. Pam J. Crabtree.  New York and London:  Garland Pub. Inc.

Madry, Scott
2008    “Des gorilles du Rwanda aux sites archéologiques de la vallée de l’Arroux, Introduction aux nouveaux outiles de cartographie et d’analyse spatiale”. in: “La Cartographie au Service de la Recherche et de l’Aménagement du Territoire”, Centre Archéologique Européen, Glux-en-Glenne, France.

2007    “An Evaluation of Google Earth for Archaeological Aerial Prospection and Site Survey” in: Digital Discovery: Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage. CAA 2006. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 34th Conference, Fargo, United States, April 2006. Jeffrey T. Clark and Emily M. Hagemeister, Editors. 2007. Budapest: Archaeolingua. (ISBN 978-963-8046-90-1)

2006    “Hic sunt dracones (Here be dragons): The Integration of Historical Cartographic Data into Geographic Information Systems.” In: Between Dirt and Discussion: Methods, Materials, and Interpretation in Historical Archaeology. Steven N. Archer and Kevin M. Bartoy, eds., Springer.

2006    “Using GIS as an Augur: New Advances are Making GIS Even More Useful as a Predictive Modeling Tool.” Matthew L. Cole and Scott Madry, Ph.D. The Military Engineer, Journal of the Society of American Military Engineers.

2005    “Archaeological Applications of Remote Sensing.” In: Remote Sensing for GIS Managers, Stan Aronoff, ed. ESRI Press. Redlands, California.

2004    “Geomatics in Archaeology: High Tech for Old Digs.” In: GIS Development, June, 2004 pp. 16–21. Ravi Gupta, ed., Noida, India: GIS Development.

2002    “Practical Aspects of GIS and Predictive Maps from Burgundy, France and North Carolina, USA.” Invited paper at: International Conference on Landscape Archaeology and GIS: Predictive Maps – Settlement Dynamics – Space and Territory in Prehistory, Wünsdorf (near Berlin) Germany, Land Brandenburg, Oct. 15th -19th 2001.

2000    “A GIS/Remote Sensing Case Study in Archaeology: Burgundy, France” in: The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s online Remote Sensing Tutorial, Section 15: Geographic Information Systems – The GIS Approach to Decision Making, (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Nicholas M. Short, Editor).

Papers Presented

2013     Methodological Challenges and Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Water History in Burgundy, France by Seth Murray, Elizabeth Jones, Amanda Tickner, Scott Madry. Paper presented at the International Water History Conference in Montpellier, France June 27th 2013

2012     An Integrative Historical GIS study of agrarian land use in Southern Burgundy, France by Scott Madry, Elizabeth Ann Jones, Amanda Tickner, Seth Murray.  Paper presented to the Social Science History Conference in Vancouver, Canada. November 4

2012     Crops and Animal Husbandry: A Dynamic interplay in a Responsive Adaptation to Environmental and Socio-economic Change. Paper presented in the session Agricultural/Landscape History and Rural Life in Uxeau Commune and Environs, 1759 to the present, with a Special Focus on 1834-1925 by Elizabeth Jones, Scott Madry and Amanda Tickner at the 38th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium, in Raleigh North Carolina, October 11-14, 2012

2012     Mills and Ponds: 250 Years of Continuity and Change in the Burgundian Landscape. Paper presented in the session Agricultural/Landscape History and Rural Life in Uxeau Commune and Environs, 1759 to the present, with a Special Focus on 1834-1925 by Scott Madry, Amanda Tickner, Elizabeth Jones at the 38th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium in Raleigh, North Carolina, October 11-14, 2012

2012     Woods and Vines: Key Components in an Agrarian Repertoire. Paper presented in the session Agricultural/Landscape History and Rural Life in Uxeau Commune and Environs, 1759 to the present, with a Special Focus on 1834-1925 by Amanda Tickner, Elizabeth Jones, Scott Madry at the 38th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium, in Raleigh, North Carolina, October 11-14, 2012

Tickner, Amanda B., Elizabeth A. Jones, and Scott Madry
2011    Agrarian land use and forest change in Southern Burgundy, France: A
multi-source study.  Paper presented in the session: Paleoecology and Historical Ecology at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Society of Ethnobiology, “Historical and Archaeological Perspectives in Ethnobiology” in Columbus, Ohio, May 4-7.

Madry, Scott L. H., Elizabeth A. Jones, Amanda B. Tickner, and Dennis McDaniel
2009    Historic Ponds in Rural Southern Burgundy: Water management from the Medieval Period through the Present Day.  Paper presented for the Panel: Water Management and Land-Use: An Interdisciplinary Study in Historical Ecology of an Agricultural Landscape in Southern Burgundy from the Middle Ages through the Present Day at the World Congress of Environmental History, “Local Livelihoods and Global Challenges: Understanding Human Interaction with the Environment” in Copenhagen, Denmark August 4-8. 

Jones, Elizabeth A.
2009    Multi-temporal Landscape History in Burgundy:  An Innovative Application of Genealogy Software.  Paper presented at the 37th Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, “Making History Interactive,” in Williamsburg, Virginia March 22-26, 2009.

Madry, Scott, Elizabeth Jones, and Amanda Tickner
2009    An Improved Method for Extraction of Historical Cartographic Features into GIS:  A French Case Study.  Paper presented at the 37th Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference:  Making History Interactive, in Williamsburg, Virginia March 22-26, 2009.

Dissertations

Amanda Tickner
2008   Production and Consumption at the Hillfort Site of Mont Dardon, France: An Archeobotanical Study University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Jones, Elizabeth Anne
2006   Surviving the Little Ice Age : family strategies in the decade of the Great Famine of 1693-1694 as reconstructed through the parish registers and family reconstitution University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Site Reports

Jones, Elizabeth A.
1994    Site Report on the Excavations at Uxeau, a Former Medieval Priory.  Report on file for the Direction Régional de l’Archéologie de Bourgogne (DRAC), Dijon (in English and French).