Dr. Elizabeth Arnold
Office: 1158 Au Sable Hall
Dr. Elizabeth Arnold is a zooarchaeologist who received her Ph.D. from the University of Calgary in 2006. She uses various techniques to examine animals in the archaeological record as well as their environment. Her current research uses strontium isotope analysis to examine the mobility of domesticated herds of cattle and small stock in Early Iron Age settlements in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She uses these techniques to understand human settlements patterns and alliance networks. Dr. Arnold also has six years experience in cultural resource management in Canada, her home country, where she worked closely with First Nations groups. Dr. Arnold teaches ANT 206, 215, 220 and 340.
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