Larry J. Zimmerman

Indiana University (IUPUI)Member since 1970

My Biography

Dr. Zimmerman’s areas of expertise are archaeology (North American Great Plains), cultural heritage issues (especially repatriation), Indigenous people and archaeology, and archaeology of the contemporary world. Having received a Ph.D. from the University of Kansas, Dr. Zimmerman research projects include a prehistoric locational behavior simulation of Central Plains tradition in the Glenwood Locality (Iowa); archaeology of the Crow Creek Massacre (South Dakota); archaeology of the James J. Hill House (St. Paul MN); and archaeology of homelessness in St. Paul MN and Indianapolis IN). His research is catalogued at Dr. Zimmerman’s first AAA annual meeting was in 1981 in Los Angeles.