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Anthropology and Museum Studies

Nicole A. Jastremski

Photograph Nicole Jastremski

Assistant Professor, Director Forensic Certificate

Ph.D. Anthropology, Binghamton University, 2014
M.A. Anthropology, Florida Atlantic University, 2006
M.Sc. Forensic/Biological Anthropology, Bournemouth University
B.A. Anthropology/Geography, Eastern Michigan University

Office: Dean Hall 342

Phone: 509-963-2215
Email: Nicole.Jastremski@cwu.edu

(see full CV)

Interests & Expertise

Biological anthropology, Forensic anthropology, Bioarchaeology, Mortuary analysis, Paleopathology, Taphonomy, Identity formation, Ecuador

Courses Taught

ANTH 110: Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 110L: Introduction to Biological Anthropology Lab
ANTH 310: Research/Laboratory in Biological Anthropology
ANTH 315: Forensic Skeletal Analysis
ANTH 318/LAJ 318: Introduction to Forensics
ANTH 410: Biological Anthropology, Theoretical and Research Issues
ANTH 497: Forensic Capstone
REM 506: Resource Management Colloquium

Selected Publications and Reports

In prep. An analysis of four statistical techniques to estimate ancestry of possible hybrid individuals from a colonial era ossuary. (Jastremski, N.A.)

2015, Florida Atlantic University, Anthropology field school report from Ecuador. Paleopathology Newsletter 171:8-11. (Jastremski, N.A. and Martinez, V.L.)

2014, Análisis antropológico forense de los restos óseos del Patio Sur de la Escuela Central. In Escuela Central Immaculada. Edited by Office of Historical Areas and Heritage, Cuenca, Ecuador. Cuenca: Monsalve Moreno. (Jastremski, N.A.)

2011, Report on the Rescue of Human Remains from Rio Blanco. Submitted to Instituto Nacional Patrimonio Cultural, Portoviejo, Ecuador. (Jastremski, N.A.)

2011, Report on the Rescue of Funerary Materials and Human Remains from Las Banderas. Submitted to Instituto Nacional Patrimonio Cultural, Portoviejo, Ecuador. (Jastremski, N.A. and Martinez, V.L.)

2011, Informe de la Temporada de Campo Arqueológico de 2010 en la Catedra Vieja, Cuenca, Ecuador. Submitted to Instituto Nacional Patrimonio Cultural, Cuenca, Ecuador. (Jastremski, N.A.)

2010, Report on the Conservation and Preservation of Human Skeletal Remains of the South Patio of the Escuela Central, Cuenca, Ecuador. Submitted to Ilustre Municipalidad de Cuenca. (Jastremski, N.A., Plaza Varea, M.S., Yunga Petiño, M.A. and Plaza Guapisaca, A.C.) [also in Spanish]

2010, Preliminary Report on a Sample of Human Remains Excavated at the Site of Escuela Central. Submitted to Ilustre Municipalidad de Cuenca, Ecuador. (Jastremski, N.A.) [also in Spanish]

2010, Preliminary Report on a Sample of Human Remains Excavated at the Site of Iglesia Todos los Santos. Submitted to Ilustre Municipalidad de Cuenca, Ecuador. (Jastremski, N.A.) [also in Spanish]

2010, Recommendations for the Conservation and Preservation of Human Remains for Future Studies at Escuela Central. Submitted to Ilustre Municipalidad de Cuenca, Ecuador. (Jastremski, N.A.) [also in Spanish]

2010, Recommendations for the Conservation and Preservation of Human Remains for Future Studies at Iglesia Todos los Santos. Submitted to Ilustre Municipalidad de Cuenca, Ecuador. (Jastremski, N.A.) [also in Spanish]

2009, Étude d’une tombe collective de l’époque Manteño (Salango, Equateur) dans son context, culterel et funéraire, régional. Antropo 18:9-25. www.didac.ehu/antropo. (Graber, Y. and Jastremski, N.)

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