Completed Theses and Dissertations
This page contains an archive of completed theses and dissertations written by students enrolled in Anthropology. Each item is available to read in our departmental library, and the MA and PhD theses can be interloaned from the University Library. Click to expand items and view the abstract of each completed work.
- Clark, Angela, 2012. The effect of the introduction of rice agriculture on sexual dimorphism in Mainland Southeast Asia.
- Cox, Katherine, 2009. Human migration in prehistoric Northeast Thailand.
- Foster, Aimee, 2011. Gendered divisions of labour in Southeast Asian and Pacific Island Prehistory.
- Halcrow, Siân Ellen, 2006. Subadult health and disease in Late Prehistoric Mainland Southeast Asia.
- Kinaston, Rebecca, 2010. Prehistoric diet and health in the western Pacific Islands.
- Gosling, Anna, 2011. Past, present and future: Investigations into the history and possible causes of genetic predisposition to metabolic diseases in Pacific populations
- Harris, Nathaniel John, 2010. Disposing of the Dead: An Investigation into prehistoric mortuary practices during the Neolithic and Bronze Ages at Ban Non Wat, Thailand.
- Robb, Kasey, 2008. Adaptation to the Pacific Island environment. An investigation of non-specific indicators of stress inprehistoric human skeletal remains.
- Scott, Rachel Manu, 2008. Skeletal trauma in prehistoric Oceania: A biocultural study using samples from Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Tonga, and New Zealand.
- Shaw, Ben, 2009. Prehistoric migration in Melanesia: Evidence from isotope, trace element and non-metric dental trait analyses.
- Ward, Stacey, 2011. Burning Issues: An investigation into the cremation practices used in the historic Lan Xang Period of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
- Browne, Patrick, 2010. Paleopathology in four skeletons from Bronze Age 2 at Ban Non Wat.
- Dudley, Neil, 2010. Field anthropology at Namu: The mortuary practices of a Polynesian Outlier.
- Dyer, Danielle, 2012. Ban Non Wat: Analysis of subadult biological sex and their burial goods.
- Foster, Aimee, 2007. Pottery production and markers of occupational stress: Musculoskeletal stress markers and osteoarthritis in two Pacific Island skeletal samples.
- King, Charlotte L., 2009. “For dust you are and to dust you shall return”: The chemical evaluation of diagenesis in the burials of Ban Non Wat, Thaland.
- Mann, Sarah, 2007. The people of Taumako: The health and wealth of a Polynesian Outlier.
- McLeod, Nicola, 2010. Pathological conditions in a cluster of burials at the site of Ban Non Wat, Northeast Thailand.
- Shaw, Ben, 2007. The potential use of strontium isotopes as an indicator of mobility in Lapita populations in the Pacific Islands: Problems and solutions.
- Trilford, Danielle M., 2010. Oral health as a reflection of diet in Archaic Palliser Bay, New Zealand.
- Ward, Stacey, 2009. Lead and copper at prehistoric Ban Non Wat: Helpful or harmful?