The Department of Anthropology and Otonabee College are pleased to announce the second annual Undergraduate Research Colloquium took place on April 14, 2023. This in-person gathering was a chance to showcase our undergraduate thesis students and their wide ranging research projects.
List of 2023 papers:
- Charles Cumberland – Analyzing the validity of photogrammetry to create tools for anthropological pedagogy
- Anna Dixon - Fresh and Wet Vs. Old and Dry: A Comparison of Forensic and Bioarchaeological Excavation Methods/Procedures
- Alyssa Blakey - Mining, Metallurgy, and the Development of the Polis
- Jenna Milner - Optimal Refluxing Time for the Extraction of Bone Collagen
- Kayla Jory - The Preservation of Mummies: Environmental and Sociocultural Factors
This year's event also including poster presentations from the following students:
- Kyra Beaulne - Examining the future; the application of frontal sinus identification and stable isotope analysis to human identification in North America.
- Kristina Brilli - Human and Neanderthal Symbolism - Cohabitation Period Creations in Southern Europe, 50-30kya
- Amanda, Clotildes - Assessing the Potential of Postcranial Methods of Sex Estimation
- Kelsey, Counter - Joint Pathology Examination: a Case Study in Arthritis
- Emelia, Daneault - Cataloguing the Trent Durham Anthropology Collection
- Kyla Richer - Subadult Skeletal Remains: Age and Pathology