REDEFINING THE AGE OF TATTOOING IN WESTERN NORTH AMERICA: A 2,000-YEAR-OLD ARTIFACT FROM UTAH
- 2,000-year-old Tattoo Needle Identified by Archaeologists. Krista Langlois, National Geographic. February 28, 2019.
- Oldest Tattoo Tool in Western North America Discovered. Will Ferguson, WSU Insider. February 28, 2019. See also, the EurekAlert.
- 2,000-year-old Tattooing Needle Made from Cactus Spines Discovered in Utah. Hannah Osborne, Newsweek. February 28, 2019.
- Prickly Pear Cactus Needles Are Oldest Tattoo Tool in Western North America. Laura Geggel, Live Science. February 28, 2019.
- Scientists Discover an Ancient Tattoo Tool Hidden Among Museum Artifacts. Sarah Sloat, Inverse. February 28, 2019.
- Found: The Oldest Tattoo Needles in Western North America. Matthew Taub, Atlas Obscura. February 28, 2019.
- Researchers Discover 2,000-year-old Tattoo Needle Made from Cactus Spines. Written by Sheena Goodyear. Interview on As It Happens, produced by Richard Raycraft, CBC Radio. March 1, 2019.
- Oldest Tattoo Tool. Interview on KXL Radio in Portland with Grant Hill. March 1, 2019.
- Descubierta una Herramienta de Tatuaje de Hace 2.000 Años en Utah (Estados Unidos). Alec Forssmann, National Geographic Spain. March 4, 2019.
- WSU Student Discovers 2,000-year-old Tattoo Tool. Scott Jackson, Moscow-Pullman Daily News. March 4, 2019.
- Así se Tatuaban los Indios Americanos Hace 2.000 Años. David Ruiz Marull, La Vanguardia. March 4, 2019.
- أقدم أداة للوشم بأميركا الشمالية عمرها 2000 عام. Mohammed El-Said, Al Jazeera News Arabic. March 4, 2019.
- A 2,000-year-old Tattoo Tool is the Oldest in Western North America. Bruce Bower, Science News Magazine. March 4, 2019.
- Artifact from Bears Ears Region Identified as a Nearly 2,000-year-old Tattoo Needle — The Oldest Ever Found in Western North America. Sean P. Means, Salt Lake Tribune. March 6, 2019.
- 2000 Year Old Tattooing Tool Found in Southern Utah. Fox 13 News KSTU. March 3, 2019.
- WSU Graduate Student Discovers 2,000-year-old Artifact. Elayne Rodriguez, The Daily Evergreen. March 7, 2019.
Other Media Coverage
- This is One of the Oldest Tattooing Needles in North America. Alex Fox, Science Magazine News. March 1, 2019.
- 2,000-Year-Old Tattooing Instrument Identified from Bears Ears Region. David Anderson, Forbes. March 1, 2019.
- These 2,000-Year-Old Needles, Still Sharp, Are the Oldest Tattooing Instruments Found in the Southwestern U.S. Meilan Solly, Smithsonian Magazine Smart News. March 4, 2019.
- The United States’ Oldest Tattoo Needle is an Inked-Up Cactus Spine. David Grossman, Popular Mechanics. February 28, 2019.
- A 2,000-year-old Tattoo Needle Still has Ink on the Tip. Kiona N. Smith, Ars Technica. February 28, 2019.
- This Surprisingly Simple Tool Is a 2,000-Year-Old Tattoo Gun. Mike Mcrae, Science Alert. March 1, 2019.
- 2,000-year-old tattoo needle found in Utah. Jared Leone, Cox Media Group National Content Desk. February 28, 2019.
- 2,000-Year-Old Tattoo Tool Identified. Archaeology Magazine News. February 28, 2019.
- Cactus Needle from Utah is Oldest Tattoo Tool in Western North America. Brittany A. Roston, SlashGear. February 28, 2019.
- Ancient Artifact Unintentionally Discovered by Washington Archaeologist has ‘Great Significance’. Jennifer Earl, FOX News Channel Online. March 1, 2019.
- 2,000-Year-Old Tattoo Tool Found in a Washington Storage Closet. George Dvorsky, Gizmodo. March 1, 2019.
- The Ancestral Puebloans Were Getting Tattoos at Least 2,000 Years Ago. UPI, Breitbart. February 28, 2019.
- From Bears Ears in Utah, a 2,000-year-old Tattooing Tool is Rediscovered. Xeni Jardin, BoingBoing. March 4, 2019.
- Rovers Search for Alien Life, A Sad Sloth and FarFarOut: This Week in Space and Science. Ashley Strickland, CNN International Online. March 2, 2019.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS AND LANDSCAPES
- Preserving WSU History. Cheryl A. Reed, Graduate Students in the News. April 1, 2019.
- Website Brings WSU’s History to Life. Cody Schoeler, Daily Evergreen. January 10, 2018.
- If These Walls Could Talk, College of Arts and Sciences’ Story Hub. January 2, 2018.
- Website Provides First Comprehensive History of WSU Pullman Campus, WSU Insider. December 18, 2018.
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TURTLE SHELL RATTLE PRODUCTION AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR ARCHAEOFAUNAL ASSEMBLAGES
- The Food of Love. Paula Neely, American Archaeology Magazine. December 2018.
- Keeping the Beat: Turtle Shells Served as Symbolic Musical Instruments for Indigenous Cultures. Kathleen Haughney, Florida State University News. September 5, 2018.
- Not Food Scraps After All: Turtle Shells as Native American Musical Instruments. Amy Beringer Smith, NewHistorian. September 8, 2018.
- Turtle Shells Served as Symbolic Musical Instruments for Indigenous Cultures. Kathleen Haughney, Phys.org. September 5, 2018.