|University of West Florida
Department of Anthropology
11000 University Parkway
|Office: Building 13, Room 129
American Association of Physical Anthropologists Society for American Archaeology
Archaeological Institute of America Southeastern Archaeological Conference
2010 PhD, Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2005 MA, Classical Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2002 MA, Anthropology, East Carolina University
1999 BA, Latin and Classical Archaeology, University of Virginia
2011 Instructor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill NC, Courses Taught: ANTH 101 (General Anthropology)
2006 – 2009 Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill NC, Courses Taught: ANTH 101 (General Anthropology), ANTH 414 (Human Osteology), ANTH 416 (Bioarchaeology)
2008 Adjunct Instructor, SUNY Cortland, Cortland NY, Courses Taught: ANT 229 (Forensic Anthropology)
2003 – 2005 Teaching Assistant, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill NC, Courses Assisted: ANTH 101 (General Anthropology), ANTH 143 (Human Evolution and Adaptation), ANTH 148 (Human Origins)
2002-2003 Adjunct Instructor, Durham Technical Community College, Durham NC, Courses Taught: ANT 210 (General Anthropology), ANT 220 (Cultural Anthropology)
2000 – 2002 Research Assistant, East Carolina University, Greenville NC
Articles and Chapters
2017 Killgrove, K. et al.: Bread and Porridge in Early Berlin: A Palaeodietary Analysis of the Medieval Cemetery at Petriplatz (https://www.academia.edu/32754470/Bread_and_Porridge_in_Early_Berlin_A_Palaeodietary_Analysis_of_the_Medieval_Cemetery_at_Petriplatz_Germany)
2016 Killgrove, K. and J. Montgomery. All roads lead to Rome: Exploring human migration to the Eternal City through biochemistry of skeletons from two Imperial-era cemeteries (1st-3rd c AD). PLOS One 10.1371/journal.pone.0147585 . http://PLOS One 10.1371/journal.pone.0147585 .
2013 Killgrove, K. Biohistory of the Roman Republic: the potential of isotope analysis of human skeletal remains. Post-Classical Archaeologies 3: 41-62.
2013 Killgrove, K. and R.H. Tykot. Food for Rome: a stable isotope investigation of diet in the Imperial period (1st-3rd centuries AD). Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 32(1): 28-38. DOI: 10.1016/j.jaa.2012.08.002
2010 Killgrove, K. Identifying immigrants to Imperial Rome using strontium isotope analysis. In Roman Diasporas: Archaeological Approaches to Mobility and Diversity in the Roman Empire, H. Eckardt, ed. Journal of Roman Archaeology supplement 78, Chapter 9, pp. 157-174.
2010 Montgomery, J., J. Evans, S. Chenery, K. Killgrove, and V. Pashley. “Gleaming, white and deadly”: lead exposure and geographic origins in the Roman period. In Roman Diasporas: Archaeological Approaches to Mobility and Diversity in the Roman Empire, H. Eckardt, ed. Journal of Roman Archaeology supplement 78, Chapter 11, pp. 199-226.
2010 Killgrove, K. Response to C. Bruun’s “Water, oxygen isotopes and immigration to Ostia-Portus.” Journal of Roman Archaeology 23: 133-136.
Conference Presentations on Petri-Platz
2017 Zechini*, M., K. Killgrove, J. Holmstrom*, B. Schaefer*, and B. Turner. Bread and Porridge in Early Berlin: A Palaeodietary Analysis of the Medieval Cemetery at Petriplatz, Germany. Abstract submitted for presentation at the 86th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists in New Orleans, Louisiana.
2016 Holmstrom*, J., M. Zechini*, and K. Killgrove. Personalizing Petriplatz: isotopic analysis of a Medieval Berlin population. Paper presentation at the Midwest Medieval History Conference in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Oct 21-22.
2015 Melisch, C., P. Rauxloh, N. Powers, I. Garlisch, J. Rothe, K. Killgrove, and M. Tichomirova. Who were the first Berliners and where did they come from? Paper to be presented at the 20th Annual Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies in Vienna, Austria.
Invited Public Talks on Petri-Platz
2014 In search of the founders of Berlin. Presented at the Florida Public Archaeology Network’s Beyond Our Backyard series, Pensacola FL (13 March).
Press Coverage of Petri-Platz-Work
15 Oct 2014 “3D printing of Medieval teeth creates new resource for researchers,” by Past Horizons
13 Oct 2014 “Archaeologists use 3D printed molars of ancient citizens to point toward ‘where Berlin began’” by Bridget Butler Millsaps for 3Dprint.com
Killgrove K. 2008. Biodistance at the Broad Reach (31CR218) site. Report to D.L.
Hutchinson, Department of Anthropology, UNC Chapel Hill, 10 pp.
—–. 2007. Casal Bertone relazione. Report to P. Catalano, Anthropology Division,
Soprintendenza Archeologica di Roma (Italy), 7 pp.
—– and Larsen CS. 2000. Human skeletal remains from Mission San Marcos, New Mexico. Report to D.H. Thomas, Department of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, New York, 24 pp. Textbook Content (Online)
Killgrove K. 2010. Chapter quizzes and learning objectives for Our Origins, 2nd Ed. By C.S. Larsen. Online content for StudySpace. W.W. Norton.
—–. 2009. Chapter quizzes and metacontent for Essentials of Physical Anthropology: Discovering Our Origins by C.S. Larsen. Online content for StudySpace. W.W. Norton.
—–. 2009. Chapter quizzes, summaries, and outlines for How Humans Evolved by R. Boyd and J. Silk. Online content for StudySpace. W.W. Norton.
—–. 2008. Chapter quizzes for Our Origins: Discovering Physical Anthropology by C.S. Larsen. Online content for StudySpace. W.W. Norton.