B.A.: Simon Fraser University, 2016
M.A.: Simon Fraser University, 2018
Supervisor: Dr. Hugo Cardoso
Research Areas: Bioarchaeology, Disability Studies, Paleopathology, Juvenile Osteology, Historic Portugal, 20th Century Canada
My research examines marginalisation from an interdisciplinary perspective to better represent lived experiences of people with disabilities. My project is developing methods to study disability in the past, through testing assumptions of how disability can be studied in bioarchaeology.
2019 E. Gooderham, L. Marinho, L. Spake, S. Fisk, C. Prates, S. Sousa, C. Oliveira, A. Santos, H. Cardoso
“Severe skeletal lesions, osteopenia and growth delay in a child with pulmonary tuberculosis (mid-20th century, Portugal)”. International Journal of Paleopathology, 30, 47-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2020.03.002
2019 E. Gooderham, A. Matias, M. Liberato, H. Santos, S. Walshaw, J. Albanese, H. Cardoso
“Linear and Appositional Growth in Children as Indicators of Social and Economic Change during the Medieval Islamic to Christian transition in Santarém, Portugal”. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 29(5), 736–746. https://doi.org/10.1002/oa.2784
2018 E. Gooderham, H. Cardoso
“Reflections on bioarchaeological research in Santarém”. In Santarém. Carta Arqueológica Municipal, edited by A. Matias, pp. 232-236.