Katie Whitmore

  • Graduate Student

Department Information

 
Anthropology // Graduate Student

Office Information

  • Specialization

  • Bioarchaeology 

  • My research utilizes a life course approach to examine the impact of Egyptian New Kingdom (c. 1070 to 1400 BC) colonial power on individuals in Nile Valley. I investigate diachronic shifts in health through analysis of skeletal remains within the framework of life course, colonial, age, and disability theory, while considering the impacts of class and ethnic identity during these periods of social, economic, and political change. I work with Dr. Michele Buzon.

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