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Deborah Neidich studies the bioarchaeology of Bavaria, Germany. Her current research uses a combination of biochemical, archaeological, and paleopathological methods to study the relationship between migration and identity building during the Migration Period (ca. 375/376-700 CE).
Degrees and EducationBA - Anthropology - Illinois State University (2012)
MS - Archaeology - Illinois State University (2014)
2016, Major Questions About Teres Minor: The Pattern of Reactive Changes in a Pre-Columbian Human Skeletal Sample from Illinois. Field Notes: A Journal of Collegiate Anthropology Journal 8(1):70-85. With M.O Smith.