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Maxwell School
Maxwell / Department of Anthropology

Alanna Warner

Biological Anthropology / Caribbean and Latin America / United States

Publications

Awards

Distinctions and Awards

  • 2014  Student Paper Prize, Biological Anthropology Section: "Enamel, Stone, and Gold: Probing Composite Mouths and Personhood in Nineteenth Century New York City," American Anthropological Association Meetings. 
  • 2012  Phi Beta Kappa, Beta of Illinois

  Grants and Funding

  • 2014  Roscoe-Martin Fund for Research, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public    Policy, Syracuse University
  • 2014  Department of Anthropology Summer Funding
  • 2013  Roscoe-Martin Fund for Research, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Policy, Syracuse University

Fellowships

  •  2013  University Fellowship, Syracuse University (4-year funding program)

 

Teaching

  • ANT 141 : Introduction to Prehistoric Archaeology. Syracuse University, Fall 2014.  
  • ANT 131:Introduction to Biological Anthropology, Spring 2015.

 

Conference Papers Presented

  • 2014  "Enamel, Stone, and Gold: Probing Composite Mouths and Personhood in Nineteenth Century New York City." First author, with Lauren Hosek.  America Anthropological Association 113 th Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., December 6, 2014.
  • 2014 The Body as Assemblage: Dental Prosthetics in 19 th Century New York City." First author, with Lauren Hosek. Presented at Bioarchaeologists' Northeast Regional Dialogue, Ithaca, New York, October 5, 2014.
  • 2014  "The Death Knell and a Plague Proclaimed: A Microhistorical Approach to an 1854
  • Cholera Epidemic" presented at the Syracuse University Department of History Graduate Student Conference, Syracuse, New York March 21, 2014

Organizing Conferences and Conference Sessions

  • "The Bones and the Worms: Bioarchaeology as Microhistory." Co-organized session for the American Anthropological Association 113 th Annual Meeting in Washington D.C., December 6, 2014.

Service: Academic

  • 2014-2015 President, Anthropology Graduate Student Organization (AGSO)
  • 2013-2014 Anthropology Grad Talk coordination, Anthropology Graduate Student Organization, (AGSO)

 

Service: Profession

  • 2013-2015 Future Professoriate Program, Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University

  • 2012-2015 American Anthropological Association

 

Service: Other

  • "What is bioarchaeology?" Career Fair Presentation. Starr Elementary School. New Richmond, WI. May 2014