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Evolutionary Anthropology Capstone Presentations

Jun 06, 2014
from 11:00 AM to 02:45 PM

302 Young Hall

ANT 216: Capstone Presentations

Friday, June 6 in 302 Young Hall

15 min presentations with questions following

 

11:00 – 12:30

Tamar Boussina Gut Micro-flora Analysis of Barbary Macaques in Gibraltar: Assessing Potential for Interspecies Disease Transmission

Xinjun Zhang Genetic Influences on Susceptibility of Cynomolgus Macaques (Macaca fascicularis) to Infection with the Malarial Parasite Plasmodium knowlesi

Kelly Eldridge Identifying Culture Change during a Known Migration Event: Archaeology and Ethnohistory in Shaktoolik, Alaska

Cai ThormanQuestioning the Origins of Hellenistic Ruler Cult: Evidence for a Shared Cultural and Religious Tradition among the Indigenous Kingdoms of Ancient Turkey

BREAK

1:10 – 2:40

Laura Brink Reconstructing Post-Marital Residence Patterns using Stable Isotope Analysis on an Early Period Site in Central California

Houston Martin Investigating Early to Middle Holocene Mobility, Storage, and Technological Organization in Southeastern Wyoming

Kevin Smith Lithic Crescents of the Terminal Pleistocene and Early Holocene in California and the Great Basin

Naomi Martisius Specialized Bone Tools: Investigating a New Technology in the Middle Paleolithic