Summary: Assistant Professor in Anthropology and Geography, University of Georgia
St John's College
Employment: Assistant Professor : University of Georgia
I earned a BSc in Evolutionary Anthropology and Paleoecology from Rutgers University in 2008 and a MPhil in Archaeological Science from Cambridge in 2009. I completed my PhD in Archaeology at Cambridge in 2012. My PhD combined zooarchaeology and stable isotope analysis to identify changes in human diet and seasonal mobility in response to environmental change from the Pleistocene/Holocene transition to the introduction of domestic animals and agriculture (11,000-7,000 years BP) in the Eastern Adriatic.