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In the News: Shannon A. Novak

Novak and Warner-Smith Paper Selected for Funding by SAR

An NSF research team seminar proposal, "Excavating Bodies in the Archives: Generating New Methods and Collaborations," co-authored by Professor Shannon Novak and Alanna Warner-Smith '22 Ph.D. (Anth) has been selected for funding by the School of Advanced Research.

June 29, 2022

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Three members of Maxwell School faculty earn promotion

At their year-end meeting in early May, the Syracuse University Board of Trustees approved promotions for three Maxwell School members.
June 18, 2020

Slow Archaeology

Theoretical Archaeology Group, an annual conference, held its event at Syracuse University, drawing double the expected attendance and an array of artists who responded to the conference's call for artwork. The theme of this year's TAG was "Slow Archaeology," which highlights the importance of long-term commitments to projects, relationships with descendants and other stakeholders, and collaboration.

August 6, 2019

Anthropology student’s senior thesis featured in Daily Orange

Anthropology student Soleil Young — a senior who is also majoring in biology — was featured in the Daily Orange earlier this fall because of unusual archaeological research she is conducting for her honors thesis.
November 21, 2016

Stories from the Grave

Bioarchaeologist Shannon Novak is marrying physical and social science to capture the life stories of New York City church congregants who died well more than a century ago.

January 24, 2013

Mysteries of the Deep

Shannon Novak has made an accomplished career of reconstructing long-ago lives from scant (yet rich) remains.

August 21, 2012

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