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Treena Swanston

Treena Swanston

B.Sc., B.A., M.A., Ph.D

Assistant Professor (term)

Office: Archaeology 113
Phone: 306-966-4177

Courses Taught Currently

  • 2015 : ARCH 112.3 : Introduction to Archaeology and Biological Anthropology
  • 2015 : ARCH 472.3 : Paleopathology
  • 2015 : ARCH 498.3 : Molecular Bioarchaeology

Publications (Most Recent)

  • Swanston, T, T. Varney, I. Coulthard, G.N. George, I.J. Pickering, R. Murphy, and D.M.L. Cooper. "Synchrotron X-ray Fluorescence Imaging and Spectroscopic Evidence of Biogenic Mercury Identified in a Burial in Colonial Antigua." Journal of Archaeological Science 58 (2015): 26-30.
  • Swanston, T, T. Varney, I. Coulthard, R. Feng, B. Bewer, R. Murphy, C. Hennig, and D. Cooper. "Element localization in archaeological bone using synchrotron radiation x-ray fluorescence: Identification of biogenic uptake." Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (2012): 2409-2413.
  • Swanston, T, Y. Carter, C. Hopkins, E.G. Walker, and D. Cooper. "Developmental Fusion of the Malleus and Incus in a Late 19th-Century Case of Aural Atresia." International Journal of Osteoarchaeology.
  • Swanston, T, M. Haakensen, H. Deneer, and E.G. Walker. "The Characterization of Helicobacter pylori DNA Associated with Ancient Human Remains Recovered from a Canadian Glacier." PLoS ONE.