I represented the Stanley J. Olsen Laboratory of Zooarchaeology at ASM’s first-ever Take a Look Day. Here I am at the ready with common Arizona animal skeletons to help answer visitor questions.
One of the parts of my work that is difficult to explain is training people to tell the difference between human and non-human bone. So every two years or so, the bioarchaeologists and zooarchaeologist at the Arizona State Museum are invited to do a 2 hour training. I happen to be the zooarch at theContinue reading “Headed to San Xavier Tribal Monitor Training”