Roger Boren standing next to rack art wall

Roger Boren
Archaeologist
Center for Big Bend Studies
Sul Ross State University
Ferguson Hall, Suite 114, Box C-71
Alpine, TX 79832
Phone: 432-837-8336
Email: rboren@sulross.edu

Roger Boren

Roger is a magna cum laude and honors program graduate of Texas State University. He began participating in archaeological field research with the Center for Big Bend Studies in 2001 and assumed a staff position with the CBBS in 2007. Roger is involved in various projects which range from field survey to archaeological excavation, with a special interest in the rock art of the Trans-Pecos and the surrounding area.
Roger Boren Documenting Dig Area

Selected Publications

Boren, Roger, B. Roberts and G. Roberts

2018 Reckoning the Seasons in Prehistoric Trans-Pecos Texas. Journal of Big Bend Studies Volume 30, p. 121-166.

Boren, Roger and Benny Roberts

2016 Rock Art of the Black Hills and the Prehistoric Sky. La Vista de la Frontera 26:7, 12.

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2016 The History and the Rock Art of San Esteban Rockshelter, Presidio County, Texas. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society 87:45–100.

Boren, Roger

2017 Astronomical Sighting Station and Summer Solstice Solar Marker Sites in the Black Hills. La Vista de la Frontera 27:6,14.

Boren, Roger

2012 The Early Archaic Cultural Period in Eastern Trans-Pecos Texas. Journal of Big Bend Studies, Volume 24.

Boren, Roger

2011 Black Hills Environmental Setting: An Extended Version. Unpublished report on file, Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas.