Anna Goldfield is lead author on an article just published in the Journal of Human Evolution. “Modeling the role of fire and cooking in the competitive exclusion of Neanderthals” by Anna Goldfield, Ross Booton, and Professor John (Mac) Marston was generated originally as part of Anna’s dissertation. Read the article here. Congratulations Anna!
Alumna, Anna Goldfield, started an archaeology/anthropology podcast with Amber Zambelli, a fellow archaeologist, called The Dirt. It premiered July 1, Twitter handle is @dirtpodcast. Their goal is to reach as wide an audience as possible, so it’s sort of an “edutainment” podcast. They want people to be able to enjoy the stories with no academic […]
Anna Goldfield, Boston University Department of Archaeologist alumna, is a columnist for Sapiens.org, a site that showcases anthropology for the public run by the Wenner-Gren Foundation. Congratulations to Anna, her first article! Click here to read it.
Anna Goldfield – Illustrator – The Neanderthal Child of Roc de Marsal: A Prehistoric Mystery (2nd Edition) Mario Giron-Abrego – co-authored paper published in California Anthropologist 29(2):27-33. A Behavioral Interpretation of High Density Ceramic Sherd Concentrations at Midnight Terror Cave Mario Giron-Abrego – paper published in Mesoweb Articles 1-11. On a Preclassic Long-Lipped Glyphic Profile.
Congratulations to Anna! “Fire use would have provided a significant advantage for the human population and may indeed have been an important factor in the overall collapse or absorption of the Neanderthal population,” said Anna Goldfield, a doctoral candidate in archaeology at Boston University, who presented the findings here on Thursday (April 16) at the […]