Patrick Livingood

Patrick Livingood

Associate Professor


Ph.D. University of Michigan, 2006

Current Research Projects

  • Mississippian regional interactions 
  • Complex Societies, Sociopolitical complexity 
  • Digital Image Analysis of Ceramic Temper 
  • Caddo Archaeology 
  • Mississippian territory size 
  • Natchez ethnohistory 

Recent Publications

The Many Dimensions of Hally Circles.  In Archaeological Perspectives on the Southern Appalachians: Multiscalar Approaches, edited by Ramie Gougeon and Maureen Meyers, pp.245-262.  University of Tennessee Press. 2015.

No Crows Made Mounds: Do Cost-Distance Calculations of Travel Time Improve Our Understanding of Southern Appalachian Polity Size? In Least Cost Analysis of Social Landscapes, eds. Devin A. White and Sarah L. Surface-Evans.  University of Utah Press. 2012.

Mississippian Polity and Politics on the Gulf Coastal Plain: A View from the Pearl River, Mississippi. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa. 2010.

Plaquemine Archaeology. Edited by Mark Rees and Patrick Livingood, University of Alabama Press, 2007.

Contact Information

Office:Dale Hall Tower 505C
Email: patrickl@ou.edu
Phone: (405) 323-2492

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