Dr. Elizabeth Moore, Curator of Archaeology
- Curator of Archaeology, Virginia Museum of Natural History
- Chairman, State Review Board, Virginia Department of Historic Resources
- President, Archaeological Society of Virginia
- Treasurer, Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference
- Ph.D. in Anthropology, The American University, 1994
- MA in Anthropology, The American University, 1991
- BA in Anthropology, State University of New York at Potsdam, 1984
- Curator of Collections, Virginia Museum of Natural History
- Zooarchaeologist, URS Corp.
- Program Manager, Archaeobiology Program, National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), Smithsonian Institution
- Senior Archaeologist, Greenhorne & O'Mara, Inc
- Project Manager, Laboratory and Field Director, Potomac River Archaeological Service
- Zooarchaeological Consultant
- The impact of agriculture on prehistoric economies in the Middle Atlantic region
- The impact of European contact and the deer skin trade
- The uses and various roles of dogs in the Eastern U.S.
Recent Professional Service
- Member, Martinsville Architectural Review Board
- Member, International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ)
- Member, Society for American Archaeology (SAA)
- Member, Middle Atlantic Archeology Conference (MAAC)
- Member, Council on Virginia Archaeology (COVA)
- Member, Archaeological Society of Virginia (ASV)
- Member, Archaeological Society of Maryland (ASM)
- Member, Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology (SPA)
Selected Publications and Presentations
- Moore, Elizabeth A. 2010. Faunal Remains from the Claggett Retreat Site (18FR25). Maryland Archeology 46(1&2):47-59.
- Moore, Elizabeth A. 2006. Faunal Remains from the Winslow Site, 18MO9. Maryland Archeology 41(1&2):60-66.
- Snyder, Lynn M. and Elizabeth A. Moore, editors 2006. Dogs and People in Social, Working, Economic or Symbolic Interaction, Oxbow Books. http://www.oxbowbooks.com/bookinfo.cfm/ID/38229
- Moore, Elizabeth A., 2006. Dog Remains from The Tollifero Site, 44HA6, Virginia, U.S.A. Presented at the 10th International Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology, Mexico City, Mexico.
- Moore, Elizabeth A. 2001. Zooarchaeology of the Foley Farm Site. Report submitted to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
- Moore, Elizabeth A. 1998. Casting the ‘Net: Zooarchaeological Resources on the World Wide Web. Presented at the 8th International Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology.
- Snyder, Lynn M., Elizabeth A. Moore, and Bonnie E. Styles 1998. The Practice of Zooarcheology in the United States from the 1960's to the Present. Presented at the 8th International Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology.
- Moore, Elizabeth A. 1998. Zooarchaeological Material from the Belmont Fort, New York Site. Report submitted to the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
- Moore, Elizabeth A., 1997. The Impact of Contact: Native Virginians in the 17th Century. Virginia Explorer 13(3): 8-13.
- Moore, Elizabeth A. and Heather A. Lapham 1997. Zooarchaeological Remains from the Graham-White site, 44RN21: Final Report. Submitted to the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.
- Moore, Elizabeth A., Kristen Gremillion, and Heather A. Lapham 1996. Subsistence at the Time of Contact: The Archaeobotanical and Zooarchaeological Evidence from the Graham-White Site. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology 62nd Annual Meetings.
- Moore, Elizabeth A. 1997. Skin and Bones: Zooarchaeological Evidence of the Deer Skin Trade. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference.
- Moore, Elizabeth A., 1994. Bone and Antler Tools and Decorative Objects from the Rosenstock Site (18FR18), Maryland Archaeology 30(1)
- Moore, Elizabeth A. 1994. Prehistoric Economies During the Late Woodland Period of the Potomac Valley: An Examination of Animal Resource Utilization. PhD Dissertation, The American University.
- Owsley, Douglas W., Robert W. Mann, Ralph E. Chapman, and Elizabeth A. Moore 1993. Positive Identification in a Case of Intentional Extreme Fragmentation. Journal of Forensic Sciences 38(4):985-996.