Skip to content Skip to main navigation Report an accessibility issue
Jefferson Chapman

Jefferson Chapman

Research Associate Professor; Director, McClung Museum


Southeastern Archaeology, Paleoethnobotony, Museology, Public Archaeology


  • Ph.D. 1975, Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • M.A. 1973, Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • M.A.T. 1968, History Education, Brown University
  • B.A. 1965, Anthropology, Yale University


  • Chapman, J (2009) The Icehouse Bottom Site.  In Archaeology in America, An Encyclopedia, Volume 1, edited by Francis P. McManamon.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT.
  • Chapman, J. (2009) Prehistoric American Indians in Tennessee. Research Notes #27.  On line publication Frank H. McClung Museum and the Tennessee State Museum.
  • Chapman, J (2003) Prehistoric Native American Art in Tennessee.  In Art of Tennessee.  Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville.
  • Chapman, J (1998) Bifurcate Tradition, Doerschuk Site, Hardaway Site, and Tellico Archaeology.  In Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America, An Encyclopedia, edited by Guy Gibbon.  Garland Publishing, Inc. New York
  • Chapman, J (1995) Tellico Archaeology: 12,000 Years of Native American History. Revised Edition. The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville
  • Chapman, J and PJ Watson (1993) The Archaic Period and the Flotation Revolution. In Foraging and Farming in the Eastern Woodlands, edited by C. M. Scarry. University Presses of Florida, Gainesville.
  • Chapman, J and S Myster (1991) The Kimberly-Clark Site: A Late Archaic Cremation Cemetery. In The Archaic Period in the Mid-South, edited by C. H. McNutt, pp. 35-39. Occasional Papers No. 16, Memphis State University.
  • Chapman, J., HR Delcourt, and PA Delcourt (1989) Strawberry Fields, Almost Forever. Natural History 9(89):50-59.
  • Chapman, J. (1985) Archaeology and the Archaic Period in the Southern Ridge and Valley Province. In Structure and Process in Southeastern Archaeology , edited by Roy S. Dickens and H. Trawick Ward, pp. 137-153. The University of Alabama Press.
Jefferson Chapman

Contact Information