ALEXANDRA MERRITT GREENWALD portrait
  • Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department
  • Faculty Affiliate, Center for Bioarchaeological Research, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University
  • Curator of Ethnography, Natural History Museum of Utah
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Publications

  • Alexandra Greenwald & Nicole Burt (2020). Isotopic reconstruction of ancient human diet and health: implications for evolutionary medicine. Oxford University Press. Accepted, 12/07/2020.
  • Kelly Knudson, Alexandra Greenwald, Marcos Martinez & Deborah Blom (2020). Paleodiet in the Tiwanaku Hinterlands: Isotopic Analysis of Individuals Buried at Tiwanaku-Affiliated Sites in Peru, Bolivia, and Chile. University of Arizona Press. Accepted, 04/27/2020.
  • Marcos Martinez, Alexandra Greenwald, Deborah Blom & Kelly Knudson (2020). Dietary Diversification Across the Tiwanaku Polity: Isotopic Paleodietary Reconstructions Using Sequential Sampling of Dentinal Collagen and Bayesian Methods. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Vol. 171, 175-176. Published, 03/01/2020.
  • Alexandra Greenwald, Deborah Blom, Natalya Zolotova & Kelly Knudson (2019). Stable Isotope Measures of Weaning Age and Early Childhood Diet in the Ancient Andes: Variation in Early Life Experiences and Health Outcomes across Status and Sex in Tiwanaku-Affiliated Sites in Peru and Bolivia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Vol. 168, 91. Published, 03/01/2019.
  • Jelmer Eerkens, Alex de Voogt, Tosha Dupras, Vincent Francigny & Alexandra Greenwald (2018). An Isotopic Perspective on Early Childhood Life History on the Nile: δ13C and δ15N in Serial Samples of Permanent First Molars in an Elite Meroitic Population from Sai Island. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Vol. 28, 552-562. Published, 09/2018.
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/oa...
  • Alexandra Greenwald (2018). Reproductive and parental investment strategies in ancient California hunter-gatherers. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Vol. 165, 105-106. Published, 04/01/2018.
  • Alexandra Greenwald (2018). Fierce and Indomitable: The Protohistoric Non-Pueblo World in the American Southwest. (pp. 83-85). Vol. 10. California Archaeology. Published, 01/02/2018.
    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/194746...
  • Jelmer Eerkens, Eden Washburn & Alexandra Greenwald (2017). Weaning and Early Childhood Diets at Two Early Period Sites: Implications for Parental Investment and Population Growth in Central California. California Archaeology. Vol. 9, 199-222. Published, 12/14/2017.
    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/194746...
  • Alexandra Greenwald (2017). Mediating Women’s Time Allocation Trade-offs: Basketry Cradle Technology in California and the Maintenance of Maternal Foraging Efficiency. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology. Vol. 37, 38-47. Published, 06/2017.
    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alexandra_Gre...
  • Alexandra Greenwald, Jelmer Eerkens & Eric Bartelink (2016). Stable isotope evidence of juvenile foraging in prehistoric Central California. Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 7, 146-154. Published, 06/30/2016.
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/...
  • Gregory Burns & Alexandra Greenwald (2016). Reconstructing Past Lifeways: Applying Behavioral Ecological Models and Isotopic Analysis to the Archaeological Record. (pp. 1-8). Vol. 18. Center for Archaeological Research at Davis. Published, 03/2016.
  • Alexandra Greenwald & Gregory Burns (2016). Reconstructing Lifeways in Ancient California: Stable Isotope Evidence of Foraging Behavior, Life History Strategies, and Kinship Patterns. Vol. 18. Center for Archaeological Research at Davis. Published, 03/2016.
  • Alexandra Greenwald , Marcos Martinez, Jelmer Eerkens, Eric Bartelink, Dwight Simons, Christina Alonzo, Ramona Garibay & Alex DeGeorgey (2016). Maternal Time Allocation and Parental Investment in an Intensive Hunter-Gatherer Subsistence Economy. (pp. 11-30). Vol. 18. Center for Archaeological Research at Davis. Published, 03/2016.
  • Alexandra Greenwald , Jelmer Eerkens, Eric Bartelink, Alan Leventhal & Rosemary Cambra (2016). Stable isotope evidence of episodic access to marine resources in the Santa Clara Valley. (pp. 59-71). Vol. 18. Center for Archaeological Research at Davis. Published, 03/2016.
  • Jelmer Eerkens, Kelli Sullivan & Alexandra Greenwald (2016). Stable isotope analysis of serial samples of third molars as insight into inter-and intra-individual variation in ancient diet. Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 5, 656-663. Published, 02/29/2016.
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/...
  • Jelmer Eerkens, Laura Harold, Kathy Perez, Engel Murga, Philip Kaijankoski, Jeffery Rosenthal & Alexandra Greenwald (2016). STRONTIUM ISOTOPES IDENTIFY LOCALS AND NON-LOCALS AT CA-SCL-919 AND CA-SCL-928 IN MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology. Vol. 30, 281-290. Published, 01/2016.
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  • Jelmer Eerkens , Traci Carlson, Ripan Malhi, Jennifer Blake, Eric Bartelink, Gry Barfod, Alan Estes, Ramona Garibay, Justin Glessner, Alexandra Greenwald , Kari Lentz, Hongjie Li & Charla Marshall (2016). Isotopic and genetic analyses of a mass grave in central California: Implications for precontact hunter‐gatherer warfare. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Vol. 159, 116-125. Published, 01/2016.
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/a...
  • Marcos Martinez , Jelmer Eerkens, Alexandra Greenwald & Alex DeGeorgy (2015). Weaning and Childhood Diet at CA-CCO-297. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology. Vol. 29, 6-12. Published, 01/2015.
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Presentations

  • Greenwald, A.M. 2020. Parenting in Ancient North America. Natural History Museum of Utah Lecture Series, University of Utah. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 01/08/2020.