B.A. Hons.: SFU, 2015
Supervisor: Dr. Mark Collard
Research Areas: Stable isotope analysis; ethnoarchaeology of clothing.
My research thus far has focused on stable isotopic analyses related to the diets of hominins and non-hominin carnivores. My future work will involve the quantification of the complexity of clothing.
Ph.D. /M.A. Research:
My M.A. will focus on the quantification of the complexity of clothing.
I like lifting things, talking at length about lifting things, and thinking about lifting things. I also like archaeology.
Journal papers and book chapters [in preparation]:
2018 (Allan, Harding, Sandgathe, and Collard). How do we interpret elevated Neanderthal δ15N levels? [Pending].
2017 (A. Allan, J. Harding, D. Sandgathe, and M. Collard.) How do we interpret elevated Neanderthal δ15N Values? [Poster Presentation]. Paleoanthropology Society Meetings 2017. Mar 28-29, 2017; Vancouver, BC.