Topic ID #32671 - posted 5/16/2014 1:17 PM

Experienced Archaeologist-Southeastern US


Charles P. Redwine                                                

2620 Glenwood Parkway Apt. 1, Chattanooga, TN 37404                                                                                                   

Cell: 423-314-7250

Field and Academic Archeologist 

Experienced archaeologist, with extensive academic, laboratory, and field experience.  Precise investigator, with extensive portfolio of analytic reports, presentations, and procedural manuals.  Accomplished staff supervisor and personnel motivator, with team building and leadership skills.  Diligent in observations, with highest ethical standards in analysis and reporting of findings.  Creative teacher, with substantial background in undergraduate instruction. 


Consulting Archaeologist, Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Wildwood, GA  August  2013. I spent two weeks running statistics and multivariate analysis for the Matlock Bend mitigation.

Archaeologist, HDR, Inc,  Englewood, CO  December 2010 March 2011

At this large architecture and engineering firm I took part in Phase I testing for the Gulf Oil spill, did data entry and wrote report sections and edited part of the preliminary report.

Consulting Archaeologist, Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Wildwood, GA March and April 2010. I spent approximately three weeks running statistics, creating Surfer Maps, and creating charts and tables for the Duck River mitigation.

Archaeologist,  Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Wildwood, GA   January 2006 – August 2009.  

AAC is a (consulting firm specializing in Cultural Resource Management, lead author on several Phase I, Phase II, and Mitigation excavation assignments, with responsibilities for performing and documenting lithic analysis, general artifact analysis (prehistoric and historic), data analysis; managed the Phase I Summary photo database and also handled field assignments.


Completed a series of Redstone Arsenal Phase I reports that were long overdue.

Finished two summaries of Phase I activities on specific sections of Redstone Arsenal.

Completed the Phase I Summary photo database after other staff had failed.

Did Statistical and Multivariate Analysis on several projects which gained client accolades.

Performed an analysis of debitage from the Duck River project.

Various Positions, Panamerican Consultants Inc., Tuscaloosa, AL,  May 2001 - November 2005

At this Archaeological Cultural Resource Management firm, I filled positions of increasing responsibility, from hire as a lab technician, to final appointment as Lab Director. 

Lab Director, January 2005 – November 2005

In addition to my responsibilities as Staff Archeologist, I was promoted to director of lab operations, hiring, training and managing lab staff, and directing curation and artifact conservation.  I also was Principal Investigator for field project 9CE5 Mitigation, Fort Benning Military Reservation, GA (2005)


- Supervised Analysis of 20 Phase IIs project artifacts.

- Completed 9CE5 mitigation report in a timely manner.


Lab Supervisor and Staff Archaeologist,                                           June 2002 to January 2005

Promoted to the dual position of Lab Supervisor and Archaeologist, I supervised lab operations, overseeing analyses, writing and editing reports and manuals, and managing the scientific database and artifact conservation.  During this period I was also Principal Investigator for two field projects at the Fort Benning Military Reservation in Georgia: the Waterway Project, Chattahoochee River, (2004) and the Malone Ranges Phase I, (2004-2005).


- Finished Malone Ranges Phase I in a timely manner.

- Produced chapter on trade guns for Kasita Mitigation report.

- Conserved iron artifacts for Kasita Mitigation projects.

- Customized Kasita project artifact database.

- Produced paper on iconography of the Kasita Red Filmed ceramics for the Kasita Project

- Performed analysis of debitage from Hourglass Road Phase IIs.

Assistant Lab Supervisor       December 2001 - June 2002  

Promoted from Technician to Assistant Supervisor, I had responsibility for ensuring that laboratory operations went smoothing and projects met schedule deadlines.

Lab and Field Technician     May 2001 to December 2001.  

I was responsible for artifact analysis, artifact conservation, report writing, and photography.

Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, University of Alabama     August 1999 - May 2001

I provided teaching and administrative support to the anthropology department in various introductory and advanced courses.  I prepared and taught discussion sections, held office hours for student mentoring and assistance, and prepared, supervised and graded examinations.


Society for American Archaeology

Southeastern Archaeology Conference

Alabama Archaeological Society


MA, Anthropology, University of Alabama, 2003

B.S. Sociology and Anthropology, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 1985


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