Laboratory Manager | Graduate Research Assistant
- Title Laboratory Manager | Graduate Research Assistant
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Education BA, Anthropology, Whitman College (2016)
MA, Archaeology, Boston University (2019)
Areas of Interest
Zooarchaeology, Paleoethnobotany, Subsistence, Southern Levant, Alaska, Ecology
Research Interests & Fieldwork
I study human, animal, and plant interactions and how these interactions impact each other and the environment. Previously, I researched and worked on understanding connections between goat and sheep domestication, the environment, and human populations in the Southern Levant during the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (8,600-6,900 BCE).
Additionally, I developed a faunal report for the Alaskan Fish & Wildlife Services on zooarchaeological material from the Malriik site in Kiliuda Bay (KOD-405). The aim of this research was to use the zooarchaeological and charcoal assemblages from KOD-405 to expand on our understanding of past subsistence and occupation strategies.
Kodiak Island, Alaska
Duppenthaler, Madeline, Samantha Kelley, and Catherine West. 2018. Faunal appendix in CRM report entitled Archaeological Investigations at KOD-405, Kiliuda Bay, Kodiak Archipelago, Alaska.
Duppenthaler, Madeline. 2016. Boon and Bane: The Paradox of Pre-Pottery Neolithic Caprine Domestication in the Southern Levant. Penrose Library at Whitman College. 1-68.
“Boon and Bane: The Paradox of Pre-Pottery Neolithic Caprine Domestication in the Southern Levant” Paper presented at the Whitman Undergraduate Conference, 2016.