Bioarchaeology Research Stories

By Ronika K. Power

My bioarchaeological research is promoted in several of the video clips released today:

The new Lighthouse magazine aunches off with a story on my research.

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Ronika K. Power

Dr Ronika K. Power is a Lecturer in Bioarchaeology in the Department of Ancient History at Macquarie University, a member of the Ancient Cultures Research Centre and the Big History Institute, and an Honorary Research Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge, UK. She obtained a BA Ancient History (Hons I) with the University Medal from Macquarie University; an MSc Human Osteology and Palaeopathology under the auspices of a Commonwealth Scholarship from the University of Bradford, UK; and a PhD in Egyptology, Archaeology, Biological Anthropology and Philosophy from Macquarie University under a Commonwealth Government Australian Postgraduate Award. Her PhD was entitled From the Cradle to the Grave: Child, Infant and Foetal Burials in the Egyptian Archaeological Record from the Early Dynastic Period to the Middle Kingdom (ca.3300-1650 BC).