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Deborah C. Merrett BSc, BA Hons, MSc, PhD
My interest in textiles from archaeological contexts particularly footwear and basketry has developed through takingcourses while also being a weaver, spinner, and basketmaker. Techniques for footwear from remains have been explored, following designs from archaeological examples. Academically I am a palaeopathologist and bioarchaeologist working on human skeletal remains from Near East, Canada, and northeast China. Through macro- and microexamination of teeth including tooth histology, the interactions between stress exposure, , and human behaviour are explored in past human populations.
A Member of:
Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology
American Association of Physical Anthropologists
British Columbia Society of Archaeology
Society of East Asian Archaeology
Society of American Archaology
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