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February 11, 2014
 
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Adelphi Anthropology Students to Present at Prestigious 2014 Conferences

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The following nine students and their faculty adviser from Adelphi’s Anthropology Department have been accepted to present research papers at the National Council for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2014 Forum being held at the University of Kentucky, April 3-5, 2014.

Research Papers: National Council for Undergraduate Research

Authors Title of Research
Danaleah Scoenfuss, Jennifer Babayev, and Anagnostis Agelarakis Mortuary and Religious Practices During the Classical Period at Naxos Island, Greece: Reflections through Zooarchaeology

Allison Adler, Ashley Corbeil, Joanna Wells, and Anagnostis Agelarakis

Anthropological Archaeology Considerations Regarding the Geometric Period Burial Ground at Naxos Island-Greece
Kimberly Lombardi, Samantha Zawistowski, and Anagnostis Agelarakis Views Into The Human Condition During The Neolithic In Crete: Echoes From the Endoplain Site of Aposelemis

Jee Sun Kim, Jihyun Lim, and Anagnostis Agelarakis

Reflections of Dental Health at Medieval Polyston: Contributions of Forensic Odontology

Three papers and two posters will be presented by Adelphi students and their research advisers at the 41st Annual Meetings of the Alaska Anthropology Association in Fairbanks, Alaska March 5-8, 2014:

Research Papers and Posters: Alaska Anthropology Association

Authors Title of Research

Kimberly Rieger and Brian T. Wygal

On the Extinction of Neanderthals in Eurasia

Desiree Mitchell, Kathryn E. Krasinski, Brian T. Wygal, and Yan Axel Gomez Coutouly

Archaeological Survey of the Volkmar and Goodpaster River Areas of the Middle Tanana Valley

Joanna Wells, Brian T. Wygal, Kathryn E. Krasinski, and Fran Seager-Boss

Middle Susitna Valley Archaeological Survey Report from Project Years 2011-2013

Brian T. Wygal, Kathryn E. Krasinski, Fran Seager-Boss, and Joanna Wells

Poster: The Early to Middle Prehistoric Archaeology of Trapper Creek, Alaska: Expanded Excavations and Recent Results
Kathryn E. Krasinski, Brian T. Wygal, Yan Axel Gomez Coutouly, and Desiree Mitchell Poster: The Archaeology of the Goodpaster-Volkmar Region, Middle Tanana Valley, Alaska: An International Collaboration

For additional information, please contact:

Anagnostis P. Agelarakis
Department Chair
Science Building, Room 230
p – 516.877.4112
e – agelarakis@adelphi.edu

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