Author: dmckinnon


  • Research at Civilian Conservation Corps in Arkansas

    The Jamie C. Brandon Center for Archaeological Research announces the publication of a newly created website associated with research on CCC camps in Arkansas. The site contains a comprehensive list…

  • UCA Field School 2022

    The 2022 UCA Field Archaeology course has officially concluded! As with previous field seasons, we had a very productive year with lots of new data collected, skills learned, and knowledge…

  • Field Work, May 16-June 3, 2022

    Between May 16 and June 3, 2022 students from the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will participate in the fourth year of…

  • UCA Field School 2021

    The 2021 UCA Field Archaeology course has officially concluded! After being forced to cancel the 2020 field season, it was very rewarding to be doing research at Camp Halsey again…

  • Field Work, May 10-28, 2021

    From May 10-28, 2021 University of Central Arkansas students will resume archaeological research at Camp Halsey (3FA313) as part of the Field Archaeology course offered at UCA. The UCA field…

  • UCA Student is Awarded Scholarship to Present Fieldwork Research at the 2019 Arkansas Archeological Society Meeting

    Jacob Madle recently presented his 2019 field school research at Camp Halsey during the 2019 Arkansas Archeological Society meeting in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He was awarded the Hester A. Davis…

  • Field Work, May 13-24, 2019

    After a very productive two-weeks playing in the dirt and tallying tick totals, we have completed the second season of the UCA Field Archaeology course! We now know that the…

  • UCA Field School 2019

    From May 13-31, 2019 University of Central Arkansas¬†students will continue archeological research at Camp Halsey (3FA313) as part of the Field Archaeology course offered at UCA. The upcoming UCA field…

  • Field Trip to Camp Hollis

    On Friday, May 25 UCA students visited the site of Camp Hollis along Route 7 in the Ouachita National Forest. The camp was one of sixteen camps that existed with…

  • Article in Log Cabin Democrat

    Cindy Beckman from the Log Cabin Democrat visited us during our 2018 UCA field school and wrote a nice piece about the work! You can read the article here: “In…


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Dr. Duncan P. McKinnon
University of Central Arkansas

Jamie C. Brandon Center for Archaeological Research; Department of Sociology, Criminology, Anthropology

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