Dr. Neusius is an archaeologist who is most interested in archaeozoology and subsistence and settlement systems.
She has worked in the southwest, midwest, southeast, and northeast United States and has recently been the first author for a textbook which synthesizes North American archaeology (Seeking Our Past). Her current research focuses on the late prehistoric period in west central Pennsylvania, and she is working on the excavation and analysis of several local sites. Other recent research has focused on the Ripley site, a late prehistoric and protohistoric site in southwestern New York State.
Dr. Neusius is the current chair of the Society for American Archaeology’s Committee on Curriculum and is an active participant in professional societies at both the national and state levels. She teaches World Archaeology, North American Archaeology, Museum Methods, Native Americans, Forensic Anthropology, Zooarchaeology, and the Archaeological Field School.
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