Current Status: M.A. Student
M.A. Thesis Title: Exploring Morphogroups Using Cranial Macromorphoscopics from Computed Tomography Scans
Anna Doyle is a second year M.A. student in the field of biological anthropology with an interest in bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology. Upon receiving her B.S. in anthropology with a minor in law, justice, and public policy from Michigan State University, she began to work for the Bureau of Land Management as an archaeological technician in Colorado. Her pursuits then led to her working as a curation technician for the Bureau of Land Management State Office in New Mexico, focusing on repatriation work under NAGPRA. Her research interests include ancestry estimation, macromorphoscopic traits, statistical analysis, osteology, cranial metric and non-metric data collection and analyses, NAGPRA regulations and respectful approaches to repatriation.
- Forensic anthropology
- Human variation
- B.S., anthropology, Michigan State University, 2019