Lesley Gregoricka is a bioarchaeologist interested in reconstructing past lifeways using stable isotope analysis of human skeletal material. Her current research involves an examination of mobility and developing social complexity during the Bronze Age in the Oman Peninsula and the southern Leva nt. In 2011, she became co-director of the Social, Spatial, and Bioarchaeological Histories of Ancient Oman (SOBO) project and directs excavations and biogeochemical research at the Early Bronze Age necropolis of Al Khubayb.
Dr. Gregoricka received her B.A. from the University of Notre Dame in 2005 and M.A. (2007) and Ph.D. (2011) from The Ohio State University. She enjoys working with students and is interested in involving undergraduates in her research, both in the field and in the lab. She teaches a variety of courses in biological anthropology, including:
AN 101 - Introduction to Archaeology and Physical Anthropology
AN 210 - Physical Anthropology
AN 250 - Forensic Anthropology
AN 365 - Human Osteology in Archaeology and Forensic Science
AN 435 - Paleoanthropology: Human Origins and Evolution