Sarah Whitcher Kansa
Sarah Whitcher Kansa
The Alexandria Archive Institute
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Distinguishing between archaeological sheep and goat bones using a single collagen peptide
M Buckley, SW Kansa, S Howard, S Campbell, J Thomas-Oates, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (1), 13-20, 2010
Data sharing reveals complexity in the westward spread of domestic animals across Neolithic Turkey
BS Arbuckle, SW Kansa, E Kansa, D Orton, C Çakırlar, L Gourichon, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e99845, 2014
The challenges of digging data: a study of context in archaeological data reuse
I Faniel, E Kansa, S Whitcher Kansa, J Barrera-Gomez, E Yakel
Proceedings of the 13th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries …, 2013
Other people’s data: a demonstration of the imperative of publishing primary data
L Atici, SW Kansa, J Lev-Tov, EC Kansa
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 20, 663-681, 2013
Sea-level rise and archaeological site destruction: An example from the southeastern United States using DINAA (Digital Index of North American Archaeology)
DG Anderson, TG Bissett, SJ Yerka, JJ Wells, EC Kansa, SW Kansa, ...
PloS one 12 (11), e0188142, 2017
Open science in archaeology
B Marwick, J d’Alpoim Guedes, CM Barton, LA Bates, M Baxter, A Bevan, ...
SAA Archaeological Record 17 (4), 8-14, 2017
Archaeology 2.0: new approaches to communication and collaboration
EC Kansa, E Watrall, SW Kansa
Archaeology 2.0, 1-312, 2011
Collagen fingerprinting of archaeological bone and teeth remains from Domuztepe, South Eastern Turkey
M Buckley, SW Kansa
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 3, 271-280, 2011
Publishing and pushing: mixing models for communicating research data in archaeology
EC Kansa, SW Kansa, B Arbuckle
Feasting with the dead? A ritual bone deposit at Domuztepe, south eastern Turkey (c. 5550 cal BC)
SW Kansa, S Campbell
Behaviour Behind Bones. The zooarchaeology of ritual, religion, status and …, 2004
Open archaeology: we all know that a 14 is a sheep: data publication and professionalism in archaeological communication
EC Kansa, SW Kansa
Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology & Heritage Studies 1 (1), 88-97, 2013
Whose bones are those? Preliminary comparative analysis of fragmented human and animal bones in the “Death Pit” at Domuztepe, a Late Neolithic settlement in southeastern Turkey
SW Kansa, SC Gauld, S Campbell, E Carter
Anthropozoologica 44 (1), 159-172, 2009
Toward a do-it-yourself cyberinfrastructure: Open data, incentives, and reducing costs and complexities of data sharing
EC Kansa, SW Kansa
Archaeology 2, 57-92, 2011
Resource exploitation at Late Neolithic Domuztepe: faunal and botanical evidence
SW Kansa, A Kennedy, S Campbell, E Carter
Current Anthropology 50 (6), 897-914, 2009
Web-based discovery and integration of archaeological historic properties inventory data: The Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA)
JJ Wells, EC Kansa, SW Kansa, SJ Yerka, DG Anderson, TG Bissett, ...
Literary and Linguistic Computing 29 (3), 349-360, 2014
Googling the grey: Open data, web services, and semantics
EC Kansa, SW Kansa, MM Burton, C Stankowski
Archaeologies 6, 301-326, 2010
Archaeological analysis in the information age: Guidelines for maximizing the reach, comprehensiveness, and longevity of data
SW Kansa, L Atici, EC Kansa, RH Meadow
Advances in Archaeological Practice 8 (1), 40-52, 2020
Beyond the archive: bridging data creation and reuse in archaeology
IM Faniel, A Austin, E Kansa, SW Kansa, P France, J Jacobs, R Boytner, ...
Advances in Archaeological Practice 6 (2), 105-116, 2018
Animal exploitation at Early Bronze Age Ashqelon, Afridar: What the bones tell us—Initial analysis of the animal bones from Areas E, F and G
S Whitcher Kansa
Atiqot 45 (279), 97, 2004
Data beyond the archive in digital archaeology: an introduction to the special section
SW Kansa, EC Kansa
Advances in Archaeological Practice 6 (2), 89-92, 2018
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