About Jordan Wilson
I am a doctoral candidate in bioarchaeology. My dissertation research focuses on interpreting atypical or deviant burials using archaeothanatology, but I also study the health of women and infants during pregnancy and the early postnatal period. I work in Roman Umbria and the prehistoric Sonoran Desert.
Areas of Study
Bioarchaeology, Roman Umbria, the prehistoric Southwest.
Human osteology and bioarchaeology, forensic anthropology, mortuary archaeology, deviant burial, archaeothanatology, mothers and infants in prehistory.