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Ashley Maxwell

Ashley Maxwell

College of Arts and Sciences
Henderson Learning Resource Ctr
Rm 218H
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
Degrees & Certifications
Univ of Nevada-Las Vegas, Bachelor of Arts
No Carolina St Univ/Raleigh, Master of Arts
University of South Florida, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History

2019-present Lecturer, Anthropology, Washburn University

2014-2018 Instructor, Anthropology, Hillsborough Community College

  • AN 112 VA, Cultural Anthropology
  • AN 112 VB, Cultural Anthropology
  • AN 316 A, Forensic Anthropology & Lab
  • AN 316 B, Forensic Anthropology & Lab
  • AN 363 XB, Internship
  • AN 366 B, Directed Readings
  • AN 367 B, Directed Research
Scholarly Interests/Activities
Bioarchaeology, Archaeological Science, Migration, Paleodietary Analyses
Career Accomplishments

2016 A.H. Ross, A.K. Lanfear, A.B. Maxwell
"Establishing standards for side-by-side radiographic comparisons.”
American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 37:2 86-94.

2014 A.B. Maxwell, A.H. Ross
“A Radiographic Study on the Utility of Cranial Vault Outlines for Positive Identifications” Journal of Forensic Sciences 59:2 314-318.

2013 A.H. Humphries, A.B. Maxwell, A.H. Ross, and D.H. Ubelaker
“A Geometric Morphometric Study of Regional Craniofacial Variation in Mexico” International Journal of Osteoarchaeology Early View 10 Oct 2013. doi: 10.1002/oa.2345

2011 A.B. Maxwell, A.H. Ross
“Epidemiology of Genocide: An Example from the Former Yugoslavia,” Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal 2:2 94-102.

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2018-2019

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2019-2020

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2020-2021

Certificate of Inclusive Teaching and Learning 2020-2021

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2021-2022

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