Kristina Killgrove (2010) edit
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Current position: Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology
Current affiliation: University of West Florida
Research website: Link
Research description: I see (Roman) dead people. I am a biological anthropologist whose research primarily focuses on theorizing migration in antiquity and on understanding urban development and collapse through the analysis of human skeletal remains. My focus is on learning more about the daily lives of the lower classes in Imperial Rome through osteological and biochemical analysis, but I have also worked on questions of population interaction in the southeastern U.S. and in Medieval Germany. Additionally, I am active in bioarchaeology outreach, writing for outlets like Forbes, Mental Floss, and my own blog, Powered by Osteons.
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