Curriculum Vitae

Anthony J. Cagle
Center for the Evaluation of Emergency Medical Services
Public Health Seattle and King County
999 Third Ave. Suite 700
Seattle WA 98104
acagle@u.washington.edu

Education

2001 Ph.D. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle
     Dissertation: The Spatial Structure of Kom el-Hisn: An Old Kingdom town in the Western Nile Delta, Egypt.
     Committee: Robert Wenke (chair), Robert C. Dunnell, Donald Grayson, Scott Noegel

1991 M.A. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle
     Thesis: Geoarchaeological analyses of room deposits from Kom el-Hisn: an Old Kingdom village in the western Nile Delta, Egypt.
     Advisor: Robert Wenke

1985 B.S. Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

 

Teaching Experience

Sep-Dec 1991 University of Washington, Seattle, Department of Anthropology

Teaching Assistant, Archaeology 205: Principles of Archaeology.

Sep-Dec 1992 University of Washington, Seattle, Department of Anthropology

Teaching Assistant, Archaeology 105: World Prehistory.

Apr-Jun 1993 University of Washington, Seattle, Department of Anthropology

Teaching Assistant, Archaeology 371: Analysis of Archaeological Data (Laboratory Techniques) .

Employment

Adjunct Professor 2003 - Present
School of Public Health, University of Washington, Seattle WA, 98195

Information Systems Professional III 2000 - Present
Center for the Evaluation of Emergency Medical Services, EMS Division, Seattle-King County Department of Public Health, Seattle WA

Systems Analyst 1990 - 2000
Seattle-King County Department of Public Health, Seattle WA

Fellowships and Grants

American Research Center in Egypt, McHugh Grant, 1994

American Research Center in Egypt, Fellowship, 1993

Recent Publications (Archaeology)

2003 A Spatial Analysis of Deposits in Kom el-Hisn, in A Delta-man in Yebu: Occasional Volume of the Egyptologists' Electronic Forum No. 1, edited by A. K. Eyma and C. J. Bennett, Universal Publishers.

2003 The Spatial Structure of Kom el-Hisn: An Old Kingdom Town in the Western Nile Delta, Egypt. BAR International Series, Oxford.

2001 The Spatial Structure of Kom el-Hisn: An Old Kingdom Town in the Western Nile Delta, Egypt. Dissertation, University of Washington.

1994 University of Washington 1994 Fayum Project: Final report. American Research Center in Egypt.

1990 Geoarchaeological analyses of room deposits from Kom el-Hisn: an Old Kingdom village in the western Nile Delta, Egypt. Master's Thesis: University of Washington.

Ford, Pamela and A. Cagle

1988 Dissociated human bone from 45-SJ-24. Preliminary site Report. University of Washington.

Conference presentations

2004 Human Burials at Kom el-Hisn. Paper presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt, Tucson, Arizona.

2004 Memphis Field School 2003: Archaeological Report. Paper presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt, Tucson, Arizona.

2002 Differential Consumption of Pig vs. Sheep/Goats at the Old Kingdom Site of Kom el-Hisn. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt, Baltimore, Maryland.

Recent publications (Medical)

Cagle, A.J., Hubbard, R. Cold-related cardiac mortality in King County, WA, USA, 1980-2001. Annals of Human Biology, in press.

Meischke, H, Eisenberg M, Rowe S, Cagle T. Do Older adults use the Internet for Information on Heart Attacks?: Results from a survey of seniors in King County, Washington. Heart & Lung, Heart & Lung, 2005 Jan-Feb;34(1):3-12..

Meischke H, Diehr P, Rowe S, Cagle A, Eisenberg M. Evaluation of a public education program delivered by firefighters on early recognition of a heart attack Eval Health Prof. 2004 Mar;27(1):3-21

Paredes VL, Rea TD, Eisenberg MS, Cobb LA, Copass MK, Cagle A, Martin TG. Out-of-hospital care of critical drug overdoses involving cardiac arrest Acad Emerg Med. 2004 Jan;11(1):71-4.

Field Experience (Egypt)

Co-director 2003 American Research Center in Egypt Field School. 1256 Briarcliff Road NE, Building A, Suite 423W, Atlanta GA 30306

Field Supervisor 1996 American Research Center in Egypt Field School, Dr. Diana Patch (Director), Department of Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street, New York, New York 10028.

Field Director 1994 University of Washington Fayum Project, Dr. Robert J. Wenke (Director), University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195.

Principle Surveyor 1993 Valley of the Kings Conservation Project, Dr. Donald P. Ryan (Director), Division of Humanities, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma WA 98447

Excavation Supervisor 1991 Valley of the Kings Project, Donald P. Ryan (Director), Division of Humanities, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma WA 98447

Excavator 1988 Kom el-Hisn Project, Dr. Robert J. Wenke (Director), University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195.


Field Experience (General)

Excavator 1990 Dames & Moore, Kathleen Hull (Supervisor) 30 Independence Circle, Suite 5, Chico CA 95926

Survey Crew Member 1989 NW Archaeological Associates, 1225 NE 130th, Seattle WA 98125.

Excavation Crew Member 1989 BOAS, Inc., 2401 10th Ave. E., Seattle WA 98102.

Excavation Crew Member 1989 Center for NW Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164.

 

References

Dr. Robert Wenke

Dept. of Anthropology, Box 353100, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195. (206) 543-9609. Wenke@u.washington.edu

Dr. Scott Noegel
Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization, Box 353120, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195 (206) 543-3606 snoegel@u.washington.edu

Dr. Robert C. Dunnell, Professor Emeritus, University of Washington. (Contact information available on request)