The title is: A Context for Studying Rock Piles in Massachusetts appearing in the Fall 2012 issue of the Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society. In it, I give my best arguments for why the most common types of structured rock pile site must be Native American. (1) There are common site types ; and (2) There is nothing comparable to them in Europe.
Anyway, I hope you'll join me in feeling good that a rock piles discussion appears in a more mainstream archeology journal. Of course with Curt Hoffman as the editor, great things are possible.