skeletal biology, disease ecology, paleopathology
BA 2012 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Amy has worked as a bioarchaeologist in Greece, Peru, and the southeastern U.S. She was a member of the bioarchaeological staff on the 2013 field school of the Proyecto de Investigaciόn Arqueolόgico Regional Ancash, Peru, where she taught excavation techniques and human osteology. She has worked with multiple Greek-American collaborative excavations, including the Mitrou Archaeological Project in East Lokris, Greece during their 2012 study season; the Astypalaia bioarchaeological field school in 2011 with University College London; and the Petras Excavations on Crete in 2010. Her interests are in the skeletal biology of human health.
016 A Anderson, B Trumble, H Kaplan, M Gurven, AD Blackwell. Predictors of microcytic
and macrocytic anemia in the Bolivian amazon.
Poster for the 41st Annual Meeting of the Human Biology Association (submitted)
2013 Anderson AS, Herrmann NP
Lytic Lesions on the Euboean: A Case Study from Bronze Age Mitrou.
Poster presented at the 40th Annual Paleopathology Association Meeting.
2012 Anderson AS
Beyond Treponematosis: A Differential Diagnosis of Garbacon Creek .
Poster presented at the 81st Annual Meeting of the American Association of
Physical Anthropologists. Invited symposium Scurvy: From the Collagen Up.
TA, Anth 5 Fall 2015 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology