Franciscans, Russians, and Indians on the International Borders of Alta California
Citation: Danis, Annie, and Kent G. Lightfoot. 2018. “Franciscans, Russians, and Indians on the International Borders of Alta California.” In Franciscan Florida in Pan-Borderlands Perspective: Adaptation, Negotiation, and Resistance, edited by Jeffery Burns. Oceanside, CA: The Academy of American Franciscan History.
Doing ThE Senses
Citation: Tringham, Ruth, and Annie Danis. In Press. “Doing the Senses.” In The Oxford Handbook of Sensory Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Citation: Danis, Annie. Forthcoming. “Feeling Queered” in Routledge Handbook of Queer Archaeology. Chelsea Blackmore and Megan Springate eds., Routledge.
Articles and Book Reviews
Homeless Heritage by Rachael Kiddey
Citation: Danis, Annie. 2018. Book Review, “Homeless Heritage by Rachael Kiddey.” International Journal of Heritage Studies.
Making a place in the field: A report from the First Queer Archaeology INterest Group Forum
Citation: Danis, Annie. 2016. “Making a Place in the Field: A Report from the First Queer Archaeology Interest Group Forum.” Archaeological Record 16 (1).
Conference Papers and Lectures
2018 “Do Archaeologists Dream of Electric Sheep?” European Association of Archaeologists, Barcelona, Spain
2018 “Doing the Senses.” Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, CA
2018 “Augmented, Hypermediated, and IRL.” Society for Historic and Underwater Archaeology, New Orleans, LA
2015 “Art as Method/Archaeology from Afar.” PARSE Arts Research, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden.
2015 “Asking Questions by Listening: Media Performance and Sensory Archaeology.” Theoretical Archaeology Group, New York University, New York, NY
2015 “Not Seen/Seen.” Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, CA
2015 “Feeling Queer(ed).” Society for Historic Archaeology, Seattle, WA
2014 “Sensuous Barbarians.” Theoretical Archaeology Group, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL
2011 “Trash Myths: Mainstream Medicine in Counter-Cultural Trash.” Theoretical Archaeology Group, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
2008 “Everything in the Empty: (Counter) Cultural Revolution and Vacant Corridors.” Theoretical Archaeology Group, Columbia University, New York, NY