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Suzanne Pilaar Birch

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Georgia
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Research interests

Human response to environmental change at the Pleistocene-Holocene boundary; the transition from hunting to herding; seasonality and human mobility; zooarchaeology; stable isotope analysis

Co-authors (11)

  • Kate Ellenberger
  • Lee Broderick
  • Olaf Nehlich
  • Brian Spatocco

Publications (5)

  • A Stable Isotope Data Repository as Part of Neotoma, a Paleoecological Database

    • Pilaar Birch S
    • Graham R
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  • Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene Migratory Behavior of Ungulates Using Isotopic Analysis of Tooth Enamel and Its Effects on Forager Mobility

    • Pilaar Birch S
    • Miracle P
    • Stevens R
    • et al.
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  • Diversity and Demographics of Zooarchaeologists: Results from a Digital Survey

    • Pilaar Birch S
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  • Subsistence continuity, change, and environmental adaptation at the site of Nugljanska, Istria, Croatia

    • Pilaar Birch S
    • Miracle P
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  • Provisioning an Urban Center under Foreign Occupation: Zooarchaeological Insights into the Hittite Presence in Late Fourteenth-Century BCE Alalakh

    • Cakirlar C
    • Gourichon L
    • Pilaar Birch S
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of Georgia - University of Georgia

August 2014 - Present

Postdoctoral Fellow

Brown University

January 2013 - July 2014(2 years)

Education

PhD Archaeology

Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

October 2009 - October 2012(3 years)

MPhil Archaeological Science

Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

October 2008 - October 2009(a year)

B.Sc. Evolutionary Anthropology

Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University

September 2004 - May 2008(4 years)