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Graduate Student
Smith 08 Room 03

About Theo

After receiving my bachelor's degree from The University of Chicago in Anthropology I worked for a Cultural Resource Management firm in the American Midwest as an archaeologist for two years. While pursuing a M.Sc. in Zooarchaeology, at The University of York, I studied the impact of potential bias in the reliability of sheep and goat identification criteria, utilizing Zooarchaeology by Mass Spectrometry (ZooMS).

Research Interests

Zooarchaeology, human-animal practices of care, sustainability and resilience, rural-urban interaction, multispecies communities, Bronze and Iron Age Southwest Asia

Research Background

My research at UNC is centered around questions of animal economies, social and physical space, and multispecies care through the analysis of faunal remains in the archaeological record.

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