Student Research Projects
Some of our current M.A. candidates:
"A Critical Evaluation of the Evidence of Storage in the PPNA and the PPNB Archaeological Record of Southwest Asia"
"Tools of the Trade: Lithic Biface Variation and Social Networks in South-Central Ontario"
"Community Complexity and Collapse: A Settlement Analysis of the Ancient Maya Site Contreras Valley, Belize"
“Quantifying morphological and design variability in complete and near-complete Woodland-period ceramic vessels from the Frontenac Axis”.
“Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Village Formation in Southern Ontario"
“Archaeology and Reconciliation in the Williams Treaties Territory”
"Ego-Village: Eco-therapy and Intuitive knowledge from a Post-Modernist Proto-Community"
"Ceramic Attribute Analysis of JI2 Update"
"Experimenting with Experimental Archaeology"
"Resource Intensification in the Upper Paleolithic: An Investigation of Bone Grease Rendering at the site of Vale Boi, Portugal"
“Pottery Styles and Social Organization at the Droulers Site”
“The Beatty-Gibbs Site: A Manifestation of the Middleport Pattern in the Port Hope Region, Ontario”
"An Update on Olives in the Mountains: A Case Study at the Late Roman City of Sagalassos"
Diana Lynne Hansen
"Evaluating changes in lithic technological systems between the Late Archaic and Late Woodland in the Kawartha Lakes Region, Ontario”
“Isotopic Analysis of Ritual Killing Events: Virú Valley, Peru”
“Examining the Diet of Bronze Age Nomadic Pastoralists in Mongolia Using Stable Isotope Analysis”
“Decentralizing the Village: Evaluating the Influence of Ecological Niche Factors on Settlement Processes”
“After the Ash Fall"
“Research on the Hingston Group, Ka'kabish”
“Ceramic Diagnostic Features: Updates on the Africana IIA Amphora”
“Ostrich Eggshell: Harder Than it Looks”
“Chew the Fat: Examining the Applications of Lipids in Archaeological Bone”
" The Lion-Lid Sarcophagi and Other Funerary Containers of Isauria and Rough Cilicia"