Anthropology: anthropological bioarchaeology, life history, microanatomy, mortuary practices, paleoethnobotany, paleopathology, skeletal and dental biology
Smith obtained her B.A. in Social and Behavioral Sciences with a concentration in archaeology and a minor in biology from California State University, Monterey Bay. As a present graduate student of George Mason University’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Smith specializes in biological anthropology. Her ongoing histological research on developmental stress partners with George Washington University’s Hard Tissue Biology Laboratory. As a teaching assistant for ANTH 114: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Emily looks forward to sparking social science curiosities and anthropological thoughts in students of all disciplines.