Curriculum vitae

Post-secondary education

Sept. 2001 – 2012 Ph.D. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, UK
Thesis title: Dental Morphological Analysis of Roman-Era Burials from the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt
Degree supervisor: Professor Simon Hillson
Sept. 1998 – Jan. 2001 Master of Arts Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta; Edmonton, AB, Canada
Thesis title: Morphometric Analysis of the Dentition from Bronze Age Tell Leilan, Syria: A Contribution to the Dental Anthropology of Ancient Mesopotamia
Degree supervisor: Professor Nancy Lovell
Sept. 1990 – May 1996 Bachelor of Arts (Major: Anthropology; Minor: Classical Studies) University of Alberta; Edmonton, AB, Canada

Teaching experience

June 2012 Field School Instructor, Cranfield Forensic Institute Archaeological Field School, Fin Cop, Derbyshire, UK

  • Responsible for student supervision and instruction of archaeological and osteological methodology
2009 – 2010 Field School Instructor, Giza Plateau Mapping Project (GPMP), Cairo, Egypt

  • Two seasons responsible for instruction of bioarchaeological methods, theory and report writing to Egyptian SCA inspectors
Oct. – Dec. 2001/2004 Lab Instructor for Simon Hillson, ARCLC576: “The Archaeology of Human Bones”, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, UK

  • Responsible for teaching practical section of course, i.e. human osteology
1999 – 2000 Teaching Assistant, University of Alberta Archaeological Field School, Lower Salmon River, Idaho, USA

  • Two seasons responsible for student supervision and instruction in archaeological field methods
Jan. – Apr. 1999 Teaching Assistant for Eric Higgs, University of Alberta Department of Anthropology undergraduate course: Anthropology 230: “Anthropology of Science, Technology and Environment”

  • Responsible for student consultation; aspects of course content; marking of assignments and exams; logistics
May – July 1996 Teaching Assistant, University of Alberta Department of History and Classics Archaeological Field School, Cortona, Italy

  • Responsible for instructing students in basic archaeological methods; i.e. excavation, mapping, flotation, etc.

Professional and administrative experience

Oct. 1, 2013 – present Project director/bioarchaeologist, Sudan Archaeological Research Society (SARS) Kurgus Project, Nahr an-Nil province, Sudan

  • Responsible for directing the excavation of a Post-Meroitic and Medieval cemetery.
  • Responsible for analysis of human remains from the cemetery.
Oct. 15 – Nov. 16 2012 Forensic anthropologist, Inforce, UK

  • Responsible for overseeing a team of anthropologists during a police search investigation in Nottinghamshire
Dec. 2011 – Dec. 2013 Visiting Fellow, Cranfield Forensic Institute, Shrivenham, UK

  • Responsible for consultation and collaboration on osteological and archaeological teaching and research programs
Sept. 2011 – June 2013 Publications Manager, Çatalhöyük Research Project

  • Responsible for managing the publication of four volumes of the forthcoming Çatalhöyük Research Project 2000-2008 monographs
2004 – Present Physical Anthropologist, Çatalhöyük Research Project, Turkey
Project Director: Prof. Ian Hodder

  • Part of a team of physical anthropologists under the direction of Profs. Simon Hillson, Clark Spencer Larsen and Christopher Knüsel
  • Responsible for the excavation and analysis of Neolithic and Post-Chalcolithic human remains
2009 – 2010 Physical Anthropologist, Giza Plateau Mapping Project (GPMP), Cairo, Egypt
Director: Dr. Mark Lehner

  • Two seasons as physical anthropologist and field school instructor
  • Responsible for instruction of bioarchaeological methods and theory (ie. excavation, recording, analysis and publication of Egyptian burials)
2007 – Present Physical Anthropologist, Egypt Exploration Society Quesna project, Egypt
Director: Dr. Joanne Rowland

  • Three seasons of excavation and analysis of a Ptolemaic-Roman cemetery in the western delta of Egypt
2007 – 2009 Forensic Anthropologist, Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Director: Dr. Mark Skinner

  • Consultant on the forensic identification of human skeletal remains
2000 – 2007 Field Director/Physical Anthropologist, Trinity International University Tell el-Borg expedition, North Sinai, Egypt
Director: Dr. James Hoffmeier

  • Six seasons responsible for directing cemetery excavations at a New Kingdom fortress/settlement site
  • Analysis of human skeletal remains
Nov. 2005 – Feb.  2006 Field Director, British Museum, Sudan Archaeological Research Society (SARS) Merowe Dam Archaeological Salvage Project, 4th Cataract, Sudan
Project Director: Dr. Derek Welsby

  • Leader of a team responsible for excavation of a medieval Christian cemetery  in northern Sudan
 2002 – 2004 Physical Anthropologist, Dakhleh Oasis Project, Egypt
Director: Dr. Anthony J. Mills

  • Two seasons as part of a team responsible for excavation and analysis of human skeletal remains from a Roman period cemetery in the Western Desert of Egypt
Jan. 2003 – Jan. 2004 Editorial Staff, Papers from the Institute of Archaeology (PIA), UCL

  • Member of editorial committee responsible for reviewing, editing and publishing submissions to peer-reviewed academic journal
  • Maintenance of PIA website
1999 – 2002 Assistant Project Director, Lifeways of Canada Ltd. Edmonton, AB, Canada
Directors: Dr. Brian Reeves and Nancy Saxberg

  • Three seasons of excavation and archival research on an historic fur trade site and cemetery within an urban context
  • Responsible for osteological analysis of human remains
  • One season of archaeological survey/assessment of Fort Hills region, northern Alberta, Canada
May 2 – June 20, 2000 Archaeologist, University of Alberta Abrigo de los Scorpios expedition, Baja California, Mexico
Directors: Profs. Alan Bryan and Ruth Gruhn

  • Responsible for surveying, mapping and excavation of a prehistoric rock shelter site on the pacific coast of Baja, Mexico
Nov. 1999 – Feb. 2000 Vice President Conference Committee (Association of Anthropology Graduate Students), 9th Annual Anthropology Graduate Student Conference: “Anthropology in the 21st Century: Beyond the Ivory Tower”, Feb.18-20, 2000, University of Alberta

  • The committee was responsible for developing themes, soliciting keynote speakers and presenters, coordinating sessions, raising and managing funds, and the publication of the conference proceedings
  • Responsible for building and maintaining the conference website
Jan. – Apr. 1999 Research Assistant to Prof. N.C. Lovell, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta

  • Laboratory analysis of human skeletal remains from Tell Leilan, Syria
  • Assistant editor for Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology (CAPA) newsletter
  • Data entry; library work
June – Nov. 1997 Research assistant to Prof. N.C. Lovell, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta

  • Excavation and analysis of human skeletal remains at Tell el-Rub’a, Egypt
  • Laboratory analysis of human skeletal remains from Tell Leilan, Syria
  • Assistant editor for CAPA newsletter
  • Data entry; library work and photography
May – June 1996 Staff member on University of Alberta, Dept. of History & Classics archaeological field school; Cortona, Italy
Directors: Dr. H. Fracchia and Dr. M. Gualtieri

  • Responsible for student supervision and instruction; archaeological excavation; site photography; mapping; grid laying and surveying

Publications

Pearson, JA, SD Haddow, SW Hillson, CJ Knüsel, CS Larsen and JW Sadvari (in press) Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis and dietary reconstruction through the lifecourse at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Journal of Social Archaeology.
Haddow, S.D. (2015) Peer Comment, Internet Archaeology, http://dx.doi.org/10.11141/ia.39.5.com1
Larsen, CS, SW Hillson, B Boz, MA Pilloud, JW Sadvari, SC Agarwal, B Glencross, P Beauchesne, J Pearson, CB Ruff, EM Garofalo, LD Hager, SD Haddow and CJ Knüsel (2015) Bioarchaeology of Neolithic Çatalhöyük: lives and lifestyles of an early farming society in transition. Journal of World Prehistory 28:27–68.
Hodder I, A Berggren, M Forte, N Dell’Unto, N Lercari, SD Haddow, C Mazzucato, J Taylor, J Issavi and A Mickel (2015) Revisiting reflexive archaeology at Çatalhöyük: integrating digital and 3D technologies at the trowel’s edge. Antiquity 89:433-448.
Haddow SD (2014) Excavations in the cemetery, site KRG3. Sudan & Nubia 18: 138-147.
Hillson SW, CS Larsen, B Boz, MA Pilloud, JW Sadvari, SC Agarwal, B Glencross, P Beauchesne, J Pearson, CB Ruff, EM Garofalo, LD Hager and SD Haddow (2013) The human remains I: Interpreting community structure, health and diet in Neolithic Çatalhöyük. In Hodder I (ed.): Humans and Landscapes of Çatalhöyük: Reports from the 2000-2008 Seasons. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology; London: British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara.
Lovell NC and SD Haddow (2007) Nonmetric traits of deciduous dentitions from Bronze Age Tell Leilan, Syria. International Journal of Dental Anthropology 11:42-49.
Lovell NC and SD Haddow (2006) Nonmetric analysis of the permanent dentition of Bronze Age Tell Leilan, Syria. International Journal of Dental Anthropology 9:1-7.
Molto JE, P Sheldrick, A Cerroni and SD Haddow (2005) Late Roman Period human skeletal remains from Areas D/6 and D/7 and North Tomb 1 at Kellis. In Bowen GE and Hope CA (eds): The Oasis Papers III: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Oxford: Oxbow Books. pp 345-363.
Haddow SD and NC Lovell (2003) Metric analysis of permanent and deciduous teeth from Bronze Age Tell Leilan, Syria. Dental Anthropology Journal 16(3):65-72.
Saxberg N, C Bourges, SD Haddow, and B Reeves (2003) Fort Edmonton Burial Ground: An Archaeological and Historical Study. Calgary: Lifeways of Canada.
Haddow SD (2000) Estimating age in a subadult skeletal sample from Bronze Age Syria: methods and considerations. In Bhasin MK and Bhasin V (eds.): Man-Environment Relationship: In Honour of Prof. Alex F. Roche (Journal of Human Ecology Special Issue No. 9). Delhi: Kamla-Raj Enterprises. pp 145-152.

Conference papers, posters and lectures

Sept. 14, 2014 Carter, T, SD Haddow, A Bogaard, N Russell and C Tsoraki Laying the foundations: Creating households at Neolithic Çatalhöyük. Paper presented at the European Association of Archaeologists annual meeting; Istanbul, Turkey.
May 28, 2014 Haddow S.D. Bioarchaeology in 3D: Mapping cemeteries and modelling burials using computer vision techniques. Lecture given at “Duke University Summer School on Digital Archaeological Landscapes”; Siena, Italy.
May 19, 2014 Haddow S.D. New excavations in the KRG3 cemetery at Kurgus. Paper presented at the Sudan Archaeological Research Society 2014 colloquium: “Recent archaeological fieldwork in Sudan”; London, UK.
Apr. 24, 2014 Haddow S.D., J.W. Sadvari, C.J. Knüsel and R. Hadad. Past practices and current interpretations: a case analysis of commingled skeletal remains at Neolithic Çatalhöyük. Paper presented at the Society for American Archaeology annual meeting; Austin, Texas.
Oct. 29, 2013 Forte M, N Dell’Unto, SD Haddow and N Lercari. 3D documentation at Çatalhöyük: New perspectives for digital archaeology. Paper presented at Digital Heritage 2013 conference; Marseilles, France.
Oct. 20, 2013 Sadvari JW, SD Haddow, CJ Knüsel, CS Larsen and SE Nugent. Unearthing the unusual: A record of non‐normative mortuary behaviors at Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Paper presented at the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology (CAPA) annual meeting; Scarborough, Canada.
Apr. 13, 2013 Haddow, S.D., J.W. Sadvari, C.J. Knüsel, N. Dell’Unto and M. Forte. Bioarchaeology in 3D: Three-dimensional modeling of human burials at Neolithic Çatalhöyük. Poster presented at American Association of Physical Anthropologists annual meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Feb. 1, 2013 Haddow SD Dental morphological analysis of Roman-era burials from the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. Conference on the Bioarchaeology of Ancient Egypt. Cairo, Egypt.
Apr. 11, 2012 Zakrzewski S, J Rowland, S Inskip, SD Haddow and L Owens. Quesna Ptolemaic‐Roman burials: the people and the problems. Paleopathology Association Meeting. Portland, OR.
Jan. 29, 2010 Haddow SD Assessing biological relationships between the Dakhleh Oasis, the Nile Valley and beyond using dental morphological traits. Conference on Human Remains in Ancient Egypt. Cairo, Egypt
March 19, 2009 Haddow SD Paleopathology: The study of disease in ancient Egypt. Giza Plateau Mapping Project (GPMP) Advanced Osteology Field School Lecture. Cairo, Egypt
April 9, 2005 Haddow SD Life and death in the Dakhleh Oasis. Dakhleh Oasis Project Day School; St. Mary’s College, Durham, UK
July 19, 2003 Haddow SD Dental morphological analysis of Roman-Era burials from Kellis. Dakhleh Oasis Project International Symposium; Poznan, Poland
Jan. 19, 2003 Haddow SD Bioarchaeology of a Roman-Era cemetery in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. 4th annual Current Research in Egyptology (CRE) conference; London, England
Feb. 19, 2000 Haddow SD The Differential treatment of human remains in North America. 9th annual Anthropology Graduate Student Conference; Edmonton, Canada
Nov. 5, 1998 Haddow SD Odontometry of Bronze Age Tell Leilan, Syria. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology (CAPA) annual conference; Calgary, Canada

Scholarships, fellowships & grants

Sept. 2001 – 2005 Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship
Sept. 2001 – 2004 Overseas Research Student Award (British Council)
Jan. – Sept. 1999 University of Alberta Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR) Student Research Fund

Professional memberships & associations

American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA)
Society for American Archaeology (SAA)
British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO)
Institute for Archaeologists (IfA)

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