Robert L. Anemone

Professor of Anthropology

The GDB Project team presented updates on our fieldwork at the SE GSA meetings in Chattanooga, TN and at the AAPA meetings in St. Louis.   In St. Louis we enjoyed reconnecting with many friends and colleagues with whom we have shared fieldwork experiences in Wyoming including Natalia Laudicina (Ph.D. student at Boston Univ.), Katie Sayre (Ph.D. student at […]

GDB alumna (2014 field season) and UNCG post baccalaureate student Ashley Bryant and PI Bob Anemone presented on their use of the NextEngine scanner and FormLabs 3D printer to explore the morphology of fossil bones at a MakerSpace conference in Greensboro.  This work was part of Ashley’s research project that sought to compare the accuracy and […]

GDB Presentations at SVP November 5-8, 2014, Berlin, Germany The GDB Project was well represented at the 2014 SVP meetings in Berlin.  And what a historic time it was to visit Berlin…the final day of the conference was the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the city was full of  activities, reminders, […]

Mid-Atlantic Bioanthropology Interest Group October 24, 2014, VCU, Richmond, VA GDB Postdoc Brett Nachman and PI Robert Anemone attended and presented at the inaugural meeting of MABIG, organized by bioanthropologists Amy Rector-Verelli (VCU) and Kristi Lewton (Boston University).  Brett gave a talk about his stable isotope work on MSA bovid material from Ethiopia and what it can […]

The Age of Sensing 5th International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology October 13-15, 2014, Duke University GDB Postd0c Brett Nachman and PI Robert Anemone presented our geospatial work to archaeologists and a wide range of spatial scientists at this conference during the Fall 2014 semester.  Prof. Maurizio Forte of Duke University and Prof. Stefano Campana of […]