Articles Read

Some of the Articles I’ve Read During 2018

  1. Tectonic Evolution of Western Colorado and Eastern Utah, D.L. Baars and G.M. Stevens, Western Slope (Western Colorado), Epis, R. C.; Callender, J. F.; [eds.], New Mexico Geological Society 32nd Annual Fall Field Conference Guidebook, 1981, pp. 105-122.
  2. Fossil Reefs and Time, Ariel A. Roth, Origins 22(2):86-104 (1995).
  3. Geologic Map of the Northwestern Part of the Uncompahgre Uplift, Grand County Utah, and Mesa County, Colorado, with Emphasis on Proterozoic Rocks, J.E. Case, US Department of the Interior, 1991.
  4. Indian laws, regulations, guidelines, and policies related to oil and gas surface operations
  5. Tribal laws, regulations, guidelines, and policies related to oil and gas surface operations..
  6. Map of the northeastern Uncompahgre uplift, Late Cretaceous–early Tertiary Laramide deformation of the northern Colorado Plateau, Utah and Colorado, March 2003.
  7. Summary of the Ancestral Rocky Mountains Epeirogeny in Wyoming and Adjacent Areas, Edwin K. Maughan, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 90-447, 1990.
  8. How One University Encourages Innovation in Teaching: The University of Georgia organizes faculty learning communities to help professors rethink the lecture, The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  9. The Personal Lecture: Universities are experimenting with ways to make big classes seem small. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  10. 5 Ways to Shake Up the Lecture: The flipped classroom and four other approaches have gained traction. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  11. If Skills Are the New Canon, Are Colleges Teaching Them?: Students benefit from learning skills like critical thinking. But courses aren’t set up that way. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  12. The Making of a Teaching Evangelist: How Eric Mazur came to realize that the traditional classroom lecture had to go. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  13. How One Professor Is Trying to Paint a Richer Portrait of Effective Teaching: Philip B. Stark is leading an effort to rely less on student evaluations and more on other methods. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  14. The Next Great Hope for Measuring Learning: Thirteen states are using a common tool to evaluate how well their students write, calculate, and think. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  15. Small Changes in Teaching: The First 5 Minutes of Class: Here are four quick ways to shift students’ attention from life’s distractions to your course content. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  16. Small Changes in Teaching: The Last 5 Minutes of Class: Don’t waste them trying to cram in eight more points or call out reminders. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.
  17. What Should Graduates Know?: Instruction should give students skills that make them intellectually empowered and morally aware. The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017.

Some of the Articles I’ve Read During 2017

  1. Calendar Animals and Deities, David H. Kelley, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 16, No. 3 (Autumn, 1960), pp. 317-337.
  2. How Gilgamesh Became the Lord of the Dead Part Three: Gilgamesh Journeys Through the Zodiac, John David Ebert, Mythic Passages: The Magazine of Imagination, 2007.
  3. The Disadvantages of an Elite Education, William Deresiewicz, 2017.
  4. A Kingdom of Priests and its Earthen Altars in Exodus 19-24, Simeon Chavel, Vetus Testamentum 65 (2015) 169-222.
  5. A Cognitive Framework for Considering Learning and Teaching, S. Willard Elieson (University of North Texas).

Some of the Articles I’ve Read Before 2017

  1. Mesoamerican Fortifications, Pedro Armillas, Antiquity Publications Ltd., 1951.
  2. A Colossus in Guatemala: The Preclassic Maya City of El Mirador, Bruce H. Dahlin, Archaeology, Vol. 37, No. 5 (September/October 1984), pp. 18-25.
  3. Early Boundary Maintenance in Northwest Yucatan, Mexico, Edward B. Kurjack, E. Wyllys Andrews V, American Antiquity, Vol. 41, No. 3 (Jul., 1976), pp. 318-325.
  4. Lowland Maya Fortifications, David Webster, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 120, No. 5 (Oct. 15, 1976),pp. 361-371.
  5. Maya Warfare: Sources and Interpretations, Dirk van Tuerenhout, Civilisations, Vol. 50, No. 1/2, Itineraires Belges Aux Ameriques (2001), pp.129-152.
  6. Muralla de Leon: A Lowland Maya Fortification, Don S. Rice and Prudence M. Rice, Journal of Field Archaeology, Vol. 8, No. 3 (Autumn, 1981), pp. 271-288.
  7. Spatial Bounding and Settlement History at Three Walled Northern Maya Centers, David Webster, American Antiquity, Vol. 45, No. 4 (Oct., 1980), pp. 834-844.
  8. Tecolote, Guatemala: Archaeological Evidence for a Fortified Late Classic Maya Political Border, Andrew K. Scherer and Charles Golden, Journal of Field Archaeology, Vol. 34, No. 3 (Fall, 2009), pp. 285-305.
  9. The Barricade and Abandonment of Chunchucmil: Implications for Northern Maya Warfare, Bruce Dahlin, Latin American Antiquity, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Sep., 2000), pp. 283-298.
  10. Geologic map of the Pelican Point Quadrangle (Utah lake).
  11. Late PaleoIndian Artifacts from Utah Valley, Joel C. Janetski, Utah Archaeology 14(1) 2001, pp. 15-26.
  12. The Mosida Site: A Middle Archaic Burial from the Eastern Great Basin, Joel C. Janetski, Karen D. Lupo, John M. McCullough, Shannon A. Novak, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 14(2), 1992.
  13. Utah Lake: Its Role in the Prehistory of Utah Valley, Joel C. Janetski.
  14. High-Altitude Intensification and Settlement in Utah’s Pahvant Range, Christopher Morgan, Jacob Fisher, Monique Pomerleau, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, Vol. 32, No. 1 (2012), pp. 27–45.
  15. A Key for Evaluating Nephite Geographies, John Clark, Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1/1 (1989): 20–70.
  16. Revisiting “A Key for Evaluating Book of Mormon Geographies”, John Clark, Mormon Studies Review 23/1 (2011): 13–43.
  17. Book of Mormon Geography, Book of Mormon Timeline with Dates and Locations for Events.
  18. Book of Mormon Geography, List of Place Names and Scriptural References.
  19. They Walked Here Long Ago, US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.
  20. Animadversions of a Synthetic Chemist, James Tour.
  21. Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail, US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.
  22. Junior Explorer: Geology and Fossils, US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.
  23. Geologic Journey through The Central Wasatch Range, Miriam Budgen, Utah Geological & Mineral Survey.
  24. Fossil’s on America’s Public Lands, US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.
  25. Cooper Ridge Sauropod Dinosaur Tracks: Footprints from the Morrison Formation, US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, August 1999.
  26. Meet “Al” the Allosaurus at the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, National natural Landmark, US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, April 1990.
  27. America’s Priceless Heritage: Cultural and Fossil Resources on Public Lands, US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, November 2003.