Dr. Christina Cheung

B.A.  (Hons) Archaeology/ History (University of York, 2008); M.Sc. Archaeological Science (University of Oxford, 2009); Ph.D Anthropology (University of British Columbia, 2015)
Emailchristina_cheung_3@sfu.ca

Postdoctoral Supervisor: Dr. Michael Richards

 

Research Interests: Research Interests: Applications and development of scientific techniques in answering archaeological questions; stable isotope analysis; aDNA analysis; palaeodiet; migration; seasonality; social differentiation; population dynamics; palaeopathology. 

 

Ph.D. Research: The Social Dynamics of Early Bronze Age China: A Bio-Molecular Approach to the Exploration of the Regional and Interregional Interactions in Shang China

M.Sc. Research: Diet and Social Differentiation: Reconstructing the Palaeodiet of Romano-British Settlements in the South-West Britain Using Stable Isotope Analysis

Publications:

Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Richards, MP

2017 Social Dynamics in Early Bronze Age China: A Multi-Isotope Approach. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 16: 90-101. 

Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Weston DA, Richards, MP

2017 Diets, Social Roles, and Geographical Origins of Sacrificial Victims at the Royal Cemetery at Yinxu, Shang China: New Evidence from Stable Carbon, Nitrogen, and Sulfur Isotope Analysis. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 48: 28-45. 

Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Yue ZW, Richards, MP

2017 Examining Social and Cultural Differentiation in Early Bronze Age China using Stable Isotope Analysis and Mortuary Patterning of Human Remains at Xin'anzhuang, Yinxu. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9(5): 799-816. 

Cheung C, Schroeder H, & Hedges, REM

2012 Diet, Social Differentiation and Cultural Changes in Roman Britain: New Isotopic Evidence from Gloucestershire. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 4(1): 61-73

Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Richards, MP
2017 Social Dynamics in Early Bronze Age China: A Multi-Isotope Approach. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 16: 90-101. 
 
Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Weston DA, Richards, MP
2017 Diets, Social Roles, and Geographical Origins of Sacrificial Victims at the Royal Cemetery at Yinxu, Shang China: New Evidence from Stable Carbon, Nitrogen, and Sulfur Isotope Analysis. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 48: 28-45. 
 
Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Yue ZW, Richards, MP
2017 Examining Social and Cultural Differentiation in Early Bronze Age China using Stable Isotope Analysis and Mortuary Patterning of Human Remains at Xin'anzhuang, Yinxu. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9(5): 799-816. 
 
Cheung C, Schroeder H, & Hedges, REM
2012 Diet, Social Differentiation and Cultural Changes in Roman Britain: New Isotopic Evidence from Gloucestershire. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 4(1): 61-73
Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Richards, MP
2017 Social Dynamics in Early Bronze Age China: A Multi-Isotope Approach. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 16: 90-101. 
 
Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Weston DA, Richards, MP
2017 Diets, Social Roles, and Geographical Origins of Sacrificial Victims at the Royal Cemetery at Yinxu, Shang China: New Evidence from Stable Carbon, Nitrogen, and Sulfur Isotope Analysis. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 48: 28-45. 
 
Cheung C, Jing ZC, Tang JG, Yue ZW, Richards, MP
2017 Examining Social and Cultural Differentiation in Early Bronze Age China using Stable Isotope Analysis and Mortuary Patterning of Human Remains at Xin'anzhuang, Yinxu. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9(5): 799-816. 
 
Cheung C, Schroeder H, & Hedges, REM
2012 Diet, Social Differentiation and Cultural Changes in Roman Britain: New Isotopic Evidence from Gloucestershire. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 4(1): 61-73