Kles, Maranda

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Forensic anthropology

Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Child and Family Studies, Assistant Professor
(337) 482-5371
Areas of expertise: 
  • Bioarchaeology
  • Excavation and analysis of human skeletal remains associated with archaeological contexts
  • Biological and cultural variation - correlation and evaluation of biological relationship and cultural variation in prehistoric populations.
  • Forensic veterinary osteology - location and recovery of animal or veterinary skeletal remains, identification and trauma analysis
  • Death investigation - forensic death investigation
  • Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act
Notable achievements: 
  • John Griffin Award from the Florida Archaeological Council
  • STAR Award from the National Parks Service
Research interests: 
  • Biological and cultural variation of the Gulf Coast
  • Veterinary skeletal trauma analysis
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