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Erin  Kimmerle

Erin Kimmerle

Erin Kimmerle
Associate Professor

Contact

Office: SOC 118
Phone: 813/974-5139
Email:

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Education

Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
M.A., Anthropology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.A., Anthropology, Hamline University

Teaching

Introduction to Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Human Osteology, Bioarchaeology, Introduction to Forensic Science, Human Rights and Transitional Justice, Advanced Laboratory Methods in Forensic Anthropology

Research

My research takes a population approach to study variation in aging, growth, and development as it is applied to facial recognition, human identification, demography, and trauma analysis. Demography is important for interpreting human variation and is increasingly becoming an important tool for the strategy of both Prosecutors and Defense lawyers in genocide and war crime trials. As an applied biological anthropologist, I am interested in both the underlying skeletal biology and variation of populations and the ways in which such information is used to enforce human rights through transitional justice initiatives, such as international criminal trials.

Graduate Students

Rhonda Coolidge, Ashley Humphries, Cristina Kelbaugh, Ashley Maxwell, Liotta Noche-Dowdy, Melissa Pope, John Powell, Meredith Tise, Richard Weltz

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
16509ANG 6971010Thesis: Master's
2-19
TBA 100
17261ANG 7910010Directed Research
1-15
TBA 100
23568ANG 7980010Dissertation: Doctoral
2-15
TBA 100