Susan E. Lagle
Ph.D. candidate in Paleoanthropology
TA: ANT 160 (Winter 2017)
Office Hours for Winter 2017 :
- Thursdays 1:30-3:30 p.m.
- 2015-M.A. in Anthropology, UC Davis
- 2012-B.S. in Anthropology, UC Davis
I am a paleoanthropologist exploring human evolution from a zooarchaeological perspective. My major research interests include Neandertal subsistence strategies, Paleolithic archaeology, and foraging theory. Currently, my work focuses on the Middle Paleolithic archaeological record of southwest France, where I investigate how Neandertal hunting and prey processing decisions interacted with mobility and technology on a glacial landscape.
-National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, 2014-19
Advisor: Dr. Teresa Steele