BEd University of Saskatchewan 1971; BA University of Saskatchewan 1972; BA [Hons] University of Saskatchewan 1973, MA University of Saskatchewan 1978, PhD University of Texas, Austin 1980
Office: Archaeology 208
3M Teaching Fellowship, 2007
Biological Anthropology – Major interests are in the area of human Osteology and skeletal biology including paleopathology and forensic anthropology. Forensic identification of human remains for law enforcement agencies is a specialty. Secondary interests include human evolutionary studies and vertebrate paleontology. Ongoing research includes projects in DNA studies and the paleopathology of some Northern Plains burials.
Archaeology – The major research interests are centered around North American precontact archaeology specializing in the
patterns on shaded and sunlit carrion in
Evans CP, Aitken AE,
Distribution Analysis by Physiographic Elements in the
bison collagen as a proxy for Holocene Climate on the Northern Plains, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, and Palaeoecology 239 (1 and 2): 87-99.