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Alena Wigodner
awigodner@email.arizona.edu
I am a PhD student in archaeology with a concentration in archaeology of the Mediterranean world. I received my B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in 2014 and my M.A. from the University of Arizona in 2017. My area of focus is Roman colonialism, specifically in the western Roman provinces...
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Jordan Wilson
Bioarchaeologist
chukson394@gmail.com
I am a doctoral candidate in bioarchaeology. My research focuses on developing experimentally-based archaeothanatological approaches to the study of mortuary contexts, both ancient and in modern, forensic contexts. 
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Matthew Winter
mwinter@email.arizona.edu
I study the archaeology and history of the ancient Mediterranean, with a chronological focus on the Hellenistic and Roman periods. Though I primarily am interested in the cultural mixing pot that was the Eastern Mediterranean, I take a comprehensive approach to studying imperial systems that...
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Lauren Woelkers
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Kayla Worthey
kbworthey@email.arizona.edu
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Landon Yarrington
lyarrington@email.arizona.edu
I am a sociocultural anthropologist with training in historical and applied anthropology. My enduring intellectual interest in anthropology can be communicated in the following question: How does structure enable and limit individuals to see symbolic dimensions of practices, relations, and...
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Jonna Yarrington
Dissertating
jmknap@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 124M
I am a cultural and linguistic anthropologist specializing in human stratification. I study how distinctions among individuals and groups are ideologically naturalized, politically maintained, and continually reproduced.   Research Interests: modes of differentiation (namely kinship, ethnicity,...
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