J.W. Joseph, Ph.D.
New South Associates, Inc. | Director of Administration & Project Mgr
Dr. J. W. (Joe) Joseph, RPA is a Registered Professional Archaeologist with 37 years of experience in archaeological and historical research in the southeastern US and Caribbean. He has directed projects and research for the National Park Service; the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Mobile, Jacksonville, Savannah, Wilmington, St. Louis, Nashville, Louisville, Huntington, and Fort Worth districts; various State Historic Preservation Offices; several Departments of Transportation; the Historic Charleston Foundation; the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation; city governments; and private clients. He has experience in historical archeology, urban archeology, industrial archaeology, preservation planning, architectural survey, HABS/HAER documentation, Native American consultation, and public outreach. He has served on the Board of Directors and as Journal Editor for the Society for Historical Archaeology, on the Board of Directors for the American Cultural Resources Association, on the Georgia National Register of Historic Places Review Board (twice), and is a Past President of the Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists. He is the author of more than 151 technical reports and 36 research publications.