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Sarah Noe is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Anthropology of UC Santa BarbarSarah Noe. She holds summa cum laude degrees in Anthropology from Mercyhurst University (BA, 2013) and the University of Maryland, College Park (MA, 2017).
Her research is rooted in zooarchaeology, and stable isotope analysis to better understanding human-environment interactions. As an environmental and social archaeologist, Sarah's work bridges the gap between culture, environment, and history, focusing on culture contact, foodways, domestication, and subsistence strategies. Her primary research involves the analysis of faunal remains from various archaeological sites, exploring topics including diet shifts in cultural contact settings, overhunting impacts at Mississippian sites, and camelid domestication in the Andes. Sarah's field experience is extensive, covering various regions in North America – New England, the Midwest, the Southeast, the West Coast – as well as international sites in Iceland and Peru.


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