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Eleanor Farber
Skills: Medieval and Renaissance Studies
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Eleanor Farber
Eleanor Farber
Eleanor Farber
About me:
I am a graduate student at St. Peter's College, Oxford, pursuing a Ph.D in Archaeological Science at the Research Lab for Archaeology and the History of Art (RLAHA) and the Institute of Archaeology. My research focuses on a health, diet, and migration in past populations. I am currently working on a cemetery population from Ipswich, utilizing stable isotope analysis along with traditional physical anthropology methods and paleopathology, to establish the how migration might have interacted with health and diet in this population.

Before coming to Oxford, I completed an M.A. degree in Biological Anthropology (Human Skeletal Biology track) at New York University (2014). I received my undergraduate B.A. degree from Smith College in 2008, with a dual major in Italian Studies and Comparative Literature.
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