Mr. Benjamin Hoksbergen Part-time Faculty, History Contact 301 Sparkman DriveHuntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Despite the admonitions of his mother and any sense of financial responsibility, Ben Hoksbergen resolved himself in 1983 at the wise age of eight to pursue a career in archaeology. Never once deviating from that path, Hoksbergen has braved dust storms in Jordan, cottonmouths in the Louisiana swamps, the Ohio Militia, tropical diseases, errant bombs, muggings, dry counties, and periodic homelessness in his relentless pursuit of ancient people’s trash. Through luck and a cosmic sense of humor, Hoksbergen now finds himself the Installation Archaeologist and Cultural Resource Manager of Redstone Arsenal and Lecturer at UAH. His hobbies include creative cussing, wine-making, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, hobby farming, flint knapping, defying ancient evils, annoying his kids, and trying to keep up with his wife who is the real brains of the operation. Curriculum Vitae Education M.A., Anthropology, Iowa State University, 2004 B.A., World History, Calvin College, 1997 Honors & Awards 2014 Army Environmental Award for Cultural Resources Management Team 2012 Research Grant, Alabama Archaeological Society 2012 Industry Award – Public Sector, American Cultural Resources Association 2011 Special Act Incentive Award, US Army Garrison – Redstone Arsenal 2008 Department of Defense Environmental Award for Cultural Resource Management Team 2007 Army Environmental Award for Cultural Resource Management Team 2006 Public Education Grant, Alabama Archaeological Society 1997 John M. de Bie Award for best history thesis of the year, Calvin College Affiliations Alabama Archaeological Society Southeastern Archaeological Conference Archaeological Conservancy Recent Publications Johnson 2017 Alabama’s Prehistoric Indians and Artifacts. Borgo Publishing, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Contributing author) Hoksbergen and Hogan 2013 The Affair at Indian Creek Ford: The Archaeology of a Small Civil War Battle. The Huntsville Historical Review 37(1): 23-68. Little, Johnson, and Hoksbergen 2012 The Widows Creek Phase: A Terminal Woodland Manifestation in the Tennessee Valley of North Alabama. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 58(1,2): 64-77. Hoksbergen 2010 The Oldest Components: The Paleolithic at Umm el-Jimal. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan,54: 207-216.. Hoksbergen 2008 Dalton and Big Sandy: The View from Redstone Arsenal. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 54(1,2): 3-8. Hoksbergen 2008 Archaeological Investigations at 1MA490, a Stratified Dalton and Big Sandy Site on Redstone Arsenal, Madison County, Alabama. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 54(1,2): 9-24.