Name: Elizabeth Johnson
Advisor: Dr. Sara Juengst
B.A. Anthropology and Psychology, North Carolina State University, 2015
Skeletal biology as an indicator of health; Trauma analysis; Human-environment interactions; Sociocultural responses to marginal environments; stable isotope analysis; climate change
My thesis research focuses on the bioarchaeological analysis of a Bronze Age Chinese skeletal sample from the Mogou culture cemetery in Northwest China. Specifically, I am interested in skeletal stress markers as indicators of sexual division of labor.