Jennifer Mack

Dr. Jennifer E. Mack

Department: Archaeology
Discipline: Archaeology
Research Centre/Unit: Doctoral College, College of Humanities

Project Summary

What Hope Lied Buried Here: Differential Mortality and Mortuary Treatment of Adolescents in Dubuque's Third Street Cemetery

Supervisory Team

Dr. Catriona McKenzie

Dr. Laura Evis

Wider Research Interests

Funerary archaeology and human osteology

Authored Publications/Reports

Mack, J.E., A.J. Waterman, A-M. Racila, J.A. Artz, K.T. Lillios (June 2016) Applying Zooarchaeological Methods to Interpret Mortuary Behavior and Taphonomy in Commingled Burials: the Case Study of the Late Neolithic Site of Bolores, Portugal, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, Volume 26, Issue 3, 524-536

Lillios, K.T., A.J. Waterman, J.E. Mack, J.A. Artz, L. Nilsson-Stutz (2015) In Praise of Small Things: Death and Life at the Late Neolithic-Early Bronze Age Burial of Bolores, Portugal, British Archaeological Reports International Series, 2716

Lillios, K.T., J.A. Artz, A.J. Waterman, J.E. Mack, J.T. Thomas, L. Trinidad, I. Luna (December 2014) The Rock-Cut Tomb of Bolores (Torres Vedras): An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Social Landscape of the Late Neolithic/Copper Age of the Iberian Peninsula, Trabajos de Prehistoria, 282-304

Campbell, J., R. Clark, J.E. Mack, J. Matthews, E. Meyer, J. Morehead, and P. Thomas (2016) Archaeological Investigation of 8VO9454 (Burial Ground at Florida Hospital, Deland), an Indigent Cemetery Associated with the Late 19th to Early 20th Century Volusia County Poor House, DeLand, Florida, Prentice Thomas & Associates Report Series, Report of Investigations No. 1459

Dr. Jennifer E. Mack and Dustin Clarke (20th October 2020) Working Hard and Living Out: Adolescence in Nineteenth-Century Dubuque, Annals of Iowa, Volume 79, Number 4, 311-341