How to contact me
You can find me in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington. My office is Denny 117, at the basement level (where they keep all the archaeologists). You can see below roughly where that is, but here is a Google map showing more preciesly the location of my office, and here is the UW campus map showing Denny Hall. If you're just dropping by, check my calendar before coming to make sure I'll be in.
By wire (or wireless, I suppose)
If you're dialing from outside the US, dial +1 before the other numbers. You might also check the time difference.
email. bmarwick [at] uw.edu
Marwick, B., R. Shoocongdej, C. Thongcharoenchaikit, B. Chaisuwan, C. Khowkhiew and S. Kwak 2012. Hierarchies of engagement and understanding: Community engagement during archaeological excavations at Khao Toh Chong rockshelter, Krabi, Thailand. In S. O'Connor (ed) Transcending the Culture-Nature Divide in Cultural Heritage. Terra Australis, ANU E Press.
Sullivan, M., T. L. Field, P. Hughes, B. Marwick, P. Przystupa and J. K. Feathers 2012. OSL ages that inform late phases of dune formation and human occupation near Olympic Dam in northeastern South Australia Quaternary Australasia 29 (1): 5-11 [PDF]
Marwick, B. 2012. A Cladistic Evaluation of Ancient Thai Bronze Buddha Images: Six Tests for a Phylogenetic Signal in the Griswold Collection. InDominik Bonatz, Andreas Reinecke and Mai Lin Tjoa-Bonatz (eds)Connecting Empires. National University of Singapore Press. pp. 159-176. [PDF]