Chelsey Armstrong’s (MA 2013) research involving archaeology, climate change, and historical ecology is featured in an article in the Vancouver Observer. Read more…
After 700 years, bioarchaeologist Andrew Nelson's paleopathological analysis has lifted the stigma of leprosy from one of Scotland's heroes, King Robert the Bruce. Read more...All News
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