Scott Ortman’s research focuses on:
The photo was taken last December when I was
in Paris for COP 21, the UN climate conference.
I am standing next to the Wangari Maathai room.
She was a Kenyan scholar, member of Parliament,
and grassroots activist who championed reforestation, women's rights, and democracy,
and was awarded a Nobel Prize in 2004.
Velásquez Runk, Tanner and Dyer part of collaborative and interdisciplinary zoonotic disease project
Associate professors Julie Velásquez Runk and Susan Tanner are part of a collaborative and interdisciplinary current project investigating links between deforestation and the zoonotic diseases leishmaniasis and Chagas Disease. Learn more about the project in an article led by anthropology graduate student Jessie Dyer.
Defense prospectus: Biocultural Dynamics of Spanish Colonization on St. Catherines Island, GA: Bioarchaeological Perspectives...
Bioarchaeologist Carey Garland presents his dissertation prospectus, fully titled "Biocultural Dynamics of Spanish Colonization on St. Catherines Island, GA: Bioarchaeological Perspectives from the Sites of Fallen Tree and Santa Catalina de Guale."