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BA Anthropology, University of Alaska - Fairbanks
I am an archaeology PhD student interested in the zooarchaeology and ethnoarchaeology of Central Africa. My primary interests are the relationships between hunter-gatherers and animals, as well as how these relationships could have potentially affected their surrounding environments. I also have an interest in museum studies, as well as the progression and standardization of data collection and methodologies.
I graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a BA in Anthropology and a minor in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). I have multiple years of archaeological field, lab, and museum experience with past research involving zooarchaeological analysis and taphonomic studies of sub-arctic and arctic prehistoric sites in the interior of Alaska.
Entered program in 2018