Recent Theses and Dissertations

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Master's Theses



Dissertations:

2018

Who Ate the Subfossil Lemurs? A Taphonomic and Community Study of Raptor, Crocodylian and Carnivoran Predation of the Extinct Quaternary Lemurs of Madagascar., Lindsay Meador
 

2017
Can Long Bone Structural Variability Detect Among-Population Relationships?, Gina Agostini

ON THE LANDSCAPE FOR A VERY, VERY LONG TIME: AFRICAN AMERICAN RESISTANCE AND RESILIENCE IN 19th AND EARLY 20th CENTURY MASSACHUSETTS, Anthony F. Martin

POTTERS ON THE PENOBSCOT: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL CASE STUDY EXPLORING HUMAN AGENCY, IDENTITY, AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHOICE, Bonnie D. Newsom

The effects of industrialization and urbanization on growth and development: A comparison of boys and girls from three Industrial European skeletal collections, Sarah Reedy