I am an archeologist specializing in paleoethnobotany, the study of human-plant interrelationships. I have worked in cultural resource management throughout the Midwest and Southeast US, directing large field laboratories, permanent laboratories, surveys, and field excavations.
My research interests include the maintenance of anthropogenic environments associated with subsistence economies, plant domestication, resource choices, sustainability, food sovereignty, and collective action problems.
2018 Amoroso, Mariano M., James H. Speer, Lori D. Daniels, Richardo Villalba, Edward Cook, David Stahle, Ana Srur, Jacques Tardif, France Conciatori, Eugenia Aciar, Juieta Arco, Anabela Bonada, Bethany Coulthard, Jennifer Haney, Miriam Isaac-Renton, Juliana Magalhães, Eugenia Marcott, Pablo Megliol, María Sol Montepeluso, Rose Oelkers, Jessie Pearl, Marin Pompa Garcia, Johanna Robson, Milagros Rodriguez Catón, Pamela Soto, and Amanda Young. South American Dendroecological Fieldweek 2016: Exploring Dendrochronological Research in Northern Patagonia. Tree-Ring Research 74(1): 120-131.
2015 Haney, Jennifer M., Michael D. Ferguson, Elyzabeth W. Engle, Kathleen Wood, Kyle Olcott, A. E. Luloff, and James C. Finley. Defining the ‘C’ in Community Supported Agriculture. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (5)3: 27-43. http://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2015.053.009
2013 Kistler, Logan, Jennifer M. Haney, and Lee A. Newsom. Experimental investigation of pathogenic stress on phytolith formation in Cucurbita pepo var. texana (wild gourd). Vegetation, History, and Archaeobotany 22(3): 165-170.
Selected Technical Reports
2020 Nichols, Caitlin Eileen, Steve Creasman, Tanya A. Faberson, Jennifer M. Haney, Jonathan P. Kerr, Brian Mabelitini, Donald A. Miller, and Jeremy W. Pye. Data Recovery Investigations at Site 15Ru140, in Russell County, Kentucky: A Multicomponent Site Along the Cumberland River of South-Central Kentucky (Item No. 8-115.00). Contract Publication Series 19-157. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.
2020 Mabelitini, Brian, Donald A. Miller, Jonathan P. Kerr, Jennifer M. Haney, Caitlin E. Nichols, Jeremy W. Pye, and Brian G. DelCastello. National Register of Historic Places Evaluation and Data Recovery Investigations at the Fish Pond Site (15Ru83) in Russell County: A Multicomponent Site Along the Cumberland River in South-Central Kentucky (Item No. 8-115.00). Contract Publication Series 18-202. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.
2019 Pye, Jeremy W., Jennifer M. Haney, and Jay W. Gray. Year 5 Cultural Resources Field Investigations for the Toledo Bend Project, Sabine and De Soto Parishes, Louisiana. Contract Publication Series 19-665. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.
2019 Pye, Jeremy W., Jennifer M. Haney, and Jay W. Gray. Year 5 Cultural Resources Field Investigations for the Toledo Bend Project, Newton and Sabine Counties, Texas (Texas Antiquities Permit #9115). Contract Publication Series 20-094. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.
2018 Gray, Jay W. and Jennifer M. Haney. Phase II NRHP Evaluation of Site 22GR909 at the Camp McCain Training Site in Grenada County, Mississippi. Contract Publication Series 18-252. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.
2018 Gray, Jay W., Jennifer M. Haney, and Michelle R. Hammond. Phase II NRHP Eligibility Testing of a Portion of Site 16OU3 (Fort Miro) Between Calypso, St. John, Telemaque, and Jackson Streets, in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. Contract Publication Series 18-092. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky.
2013 Haney, Jennifer M. and Lee A. Newsom. Brief Report on a Sample of
Caloosahatchee I Period Archaeobotanical Remains from Citrus Ridge and the
South Pasture Area, Pineland Site Complex, Lee County, Florida. Report
submitted to William H. Marquardt and Karen Jo Walker, South Florida Archaeology and Ethnography Program, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida.