Robert "Bob" Sasso, Ph.D., R.P.A.

  • Associate Professor - Anthropology
  • Geography Department
  • Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1989
  • PHONE: (262) 595-2169
  • EMAIL: sasso@uwp.edu
Robert Sasso

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • North American Archaeology, Upper Midwest
  • Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology

Teaching Interests

General Anthropology, Archaeology, Archaeology Field and Laboratory Methods, Physical Anthropology, Human Evolution, Forensic Anthropology, North American Archaeology, Human Ecology, Stone Toolmaking and Lithic Analysis; High-Impact Learning Practices; Student Research

Research Interests

Later Prehistoric Oneota Archaeology; Early Nineteenth Century Archaeology of the Western Great Lakes, Focused on Southeast Wisconsin and Northeast Illinois; Prehistoric and Early Historic Native American Agriculture in the Upper Midwest; Human Subsistence and Settlement Patterns; Late Prehistoric and Early Historic Bison Exploitation in the Eastern Prairies of the Upper Midwest

Consulting Interests

Selected Publications

2018: University of Wisconsin-Parkside and Kenosha Public Museum: Montgomery Site Investigations, 2017, The Wisconsin Archeologist (238-245 pp.)

2015: Review of Bison Remains at Late Prehistoric Oneota Sites in Wisconsin, The Wisconsin Archeologist (173-184 pp.)

2011: GIS Analysis of Ninetenth Century Potawatomi Site Selection in Southeastern Wisconsin., The Wisconsin Archeologist (45-61 pp.)

2011: GIS Analysis of Nineteenth Century Potawatomi Site Selection in Southeastern Wisconsin. , The Wisconsin Archeologist (45-61 pp.)

2011: University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha Public Museum, and Heartland Archaeology Research Program: Vieau Site Research Update. , The Wisconsin Archeologist (129-131 pp.)

2008: Ridged and Corn Hill Agricultural Fields: Wisconsin, Michigan, and Iowa, Examples of Late Prehistoric Agriculture in the Midwest., Greenwood Publishing Group (169-172 pp.)

: Ridged and Corn Hill Agricultuiral Fields of the Late Prehistoric and Historic Periods in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Iowa. , Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia, edited by Francis P. McManamon. Greenwood Publishing Group, London, England. (7 pp.)

2006: Ethnohistory and Archaeology: The Removal Era Potawatomi Lifeway in Southeastern Wisconsin. , Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 31(1). Accepted; Refereed ISSN 0146-1109; pages 165-201. (36 pp.)

2003: Agricultural Places and the Oneota Lifeway in Wisconsin, Praeger Publishers (13 pp.)

2003: Vestiges of Ancient Cultivation: The Antiquity of Garden Beds and Corn Hills in Wisconsin., Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology (195-231 pp.)

2001: Observations on the Oneota Cultivation Sites in Winnebago County., The Wisconsin Archeologist (125-138 pp.)

ANTH 100 - INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 201 - INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
ANTH 202 - HUMAN EVOLUTION
ANTH 227 - NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS (DV)
ANTH 300 - TOPICS DATA COLLECTN&ANALYSIS:
ANTH 310 - FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 327 - ARCHAEOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICA
ANTH 491 - ANTHROPOLOGY FIELDWORK
ANTH 494 - INTERNSHIP IN ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 100 - INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 204 - HUMAN EVOLUTION
SOCA 208 - INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
SOCA 227 - NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS (DV)
SOCA 300 - DATA COLLECTION/ANALYSIS:
SOCA 310 - FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 327 - ARCHAEOLOGY NORTH AMERICA
SOCA 491 - ANTHRO FIELDWORK
SOCA 492 - INTERNSHIP IN SOC - ANTHRO
SOCA 492 - INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY
SOCA 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
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