ISER Postdoctoral Fellow
My research explores best practices for knowledge sharing through the creation of the Avertok Archaeology Community Archive. This research is part of the Avertok Archaeology Project initiated by the Inuit Community Government of Hopedale, Nunatsiavut. The digital archive will feature artifacts recovered from Avertok that are housed in museums across North America and Europe, and the project aims to bring Elders and youth from Hopedale together to provide interpretive content for the archive. My research seeks to understand the possible implications for the intellectual property rights of knowledge contributors.
SSHRC Banting Postdoctoral Fellow
Office: QC 2018, Queen's College
Phone: (709) 864-8923
My research focuses on the integrated study of human skeletal remains and historical documents, with a particular emphasis on how historical health-related events affected the lifestyles and activities of individuals in the past, particularly the poor. I seek to illuminate the stories of previously underrepresented individuals and explore the benefits and limitations of integrating disparate datasets in bioarchaeology.