Published Material

Halliwell, Alisha, Andrea Yankowski and Nigel Chang. 2016. Gendered Labor in Pottery and Salt Production in Northeast Thailand. In Gendered Labor in Specialized Economies - Archaeological Perspectives on Female and Male Work, edited by Sophia E. Kelly and Traci Ardren. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. Full Article

Yankowski, Andrea, Puangtip Kerdsap and Nigel Chang. 2015. “Please Pass the Salt” – An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Salt and Salt Fermented Fish Production, Use and Trade in Northeast Thailand. Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology 37 (2015): 4-13. Full Article

Yankowski, Andrea and Puangthip Kerdsap. 2013. Salt-making in Northeast Thailand – An Ethnoarchaeological Study in Tambon Phan Song Khram, Nakhon Rachasima Province, Northeast Thailand. Silpakorn University Journal of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts 13(1): 231-252. Abstract or Full Article

Peterson, John A., Andrea Yankowski, Grazyna Badowski, and Eric De Carlo. 2012. The Tuyom Clay Source and Ceramics from the Central Visayas, Philippines : Comparative Studies Using ICPMS Elemental Analysis. In Crossing Borders: Selected Papers from the 13th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Volume 1, edited by Mai Lin Tjoa-Bonatz, Andreas Reinecke and Dominik Bonatz. NUS Press, Singapore. Abstract or Full Article

Andrea Yankowski. 2010. Traditional Technologies and Ancient Commodities: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Salt Manufacturing and Pottery Production in Bohol, Central Philippines. In Salt Archaeology in China Volume 2: Comparative Perspectives, edited by Shuicheng Li and Lothar von Falkenhausen. Kexue chubanshe (Science Press), Beijing. Full Article

Andrea Yankowski. 2008. Earthenware production and trade: Using ethnographic data and petrographic analyses to compare prehistoric and contemporary pottery traditions from the Island of Bohol, Philippines. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, v28. Full Article

Andrea Yankowski. 2007. Asinan - Documenting Bohol's traditional method of salt production and the importance of salt in the region's early economy. Philippine Quarterly of Culture & Society, v35(1/2). Full Article

Andrea Yankowski. 2005. Trade, technologies and traditions - The analysis of artifacts recovered from a Metal Age burial site in District Ubujan, Tagbilaran City, Bohol. MA Thesis, San Francisco State University, San Francisco. Full Article

Andrea Yankowski. 2004. Trade, Technology and Traditions - Analysis of a Metal Age burial from Bohol, Central Philippines. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, vol. 24:51-56. Full Article

Andrea Yankowski. 2002. The Preliminary Analysis of Artifacts From a Metal-Age Burial Site In Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Central Philippines. Southeast Asian Archaeology International Newsletter, Issue No.13. Full Article

Salt Pottery

Description: Salt pot wrapped in banana leaf straps hanging from a hook in kitchen.

Location: Philippines

Round bottom pots

Description: Round bottom pots from Ubagan burial site, Bohol.

Location: Philippines

Salt Pots

Description: Pots ready to be used for boiling brine/making salt.

Location: Philippines

Footed Vessel

Description: Pottery from excavation

Location: Bohol, Philippines