Bioarchaeology: The Bare Bones of Storytelling

By: Kayla Smith | Contributing Writer On Friday, Jan. 24, the USA Archaeology Museum held a lecture on bioarchaeology presented by Dr. Katherine Miller-Wolf, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of West Florida. She presented three of her current projects on colonial Latin America as a part of a series organized by the Assistant Director of the USA Archaeology Museum, Candice Cravins.  Dr. Miller-Wolf is a bioarcheologist. One of her projects has been going on for over 13 years. Dr. Miller-Wolf went over how she tracked migration patterns in Mayan societies in Honduras and used a method to identify … Continue reading Bioarchaeology: The Bare Bones of Storytelling