Glen H. Doran, Professor Emeritus, is former chair and professor of Anthropology at FSU where he was a faculty member since 1980. His research interests are in archaeology and human skeletal biology, primarily in the southeastern United States and particularly populations in the Archaic. He is probably best known for his work at the Windover cemetery in Brevard County, Florida (7400 years before present). His interest in soils and geoarchaeology has grown in the last decade and has been involved in specialized Geoprobe work from Florida to Tennessee and west to Texas. He received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in anthropology from the University of Texas and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis.
James S. Dunbar retired from the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research after thirty-five years of service. He has conducted archaeological research on terrestrial and inundated prehistoric throughout Florida. He earned his doctorate from Florida State University and is currently serving as an archaeological consultant and is a co-founder and chairman of the Aucilla Research Institute, Inc. He is the author of Paleoindian Societies of the Coastal Southeast, published by the University Presses of Florida in 2016.
Lonnie Mann is retired after 40 years in the public mental health field. He is a graduate of St. Andrews College and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He enjoys travel, history and volunteering for archaeological projects.
Julie Duggins is a consultant with PaleoWest Archaeology and has been working to preserve Florida’s cultural resources for over ten years. She earned an M.A. from Florida State University after studying Anthropology at Wake Forest University. During her time at the Division of Historical Resources, Julie was one of the archaeologists called on to assist with Operation Timucua, which opened her eyes to the threat of the growing antiquities market. Each time Julie maps looting pits on damage assessments, her desire to combat the looting problem becomes more urgent.