Anthropology DepartmentMS-B1805Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
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2007Kevin WatsonEvaluation of Long Bone Length as a Juvenile Age Estimation Technique for Contemporary Populations2006 Katherine O'Sullivan Reading Between the Lines: The Bible's Role as "Word of God" and Published Commodity2005 Amanda Dobratz Musculoskeletal Stress Markers in the Leg Bones of an Ancient Mimbres Population2003 Aaron Armstrong Musculoskeletal Stress Markers as Indicators of Activity patterns in a Mimbres Population2001 Christopher Evans ArchDat: A Relational Database for the Classification of the Archaeological RecordNicholas Smits Rural Settlement Pattern and Process in the Region Bounded by the Mississippi, Minnesota, and Crow Rivers, Hennepin and Carver Counties, Minnesota, 1851-19002000 Sara Backowski Shake, Shake, Shake Your Basil! A Case Study of the East Side Children's ProjectSara Krueger An Analysis of Subadult Aging Methods Utilizing a Mimbres Skeletal Population of the American SouthwestCarrie Wright Human Osteology and Chemistry: Applied and Investigative Research Involving Dietary and Trace Elements, Isotopes, and Human Skeletal Material
Student collaborative research projects put theory and methods into action - interviewing neighborhood residents about Hamline's impact on the community, interviewing Leech Lake tribal members about natural resource collection on the reservation, conducting research on Community Supported Agriculture, engaging in osteological analysis related to repatriation of American Indian human remains.
Professors from Hamline's anthropology department regularly lead short-term study abroad courses to a number of regions of the world.In addition students have many other opportunities for study abroad including semester and year-long programs through Hamline's Study Abroad & Off Campus Programs office.
Hamline forensic science students and a faculty member were featured in a story on KARE 11 News that illustrated the physical evidence a person leaves behind in a given day and how forensic scientists might collect and examine those clues.
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