Allysha Winburn

Published: May 18th, 2016

Category: Alumni

Graduate Student

Mailbox: Turlington Hall Rm 1112, PO Box 117305, Gainesville, FL 32611-7305
Email: aip231@ufl.edu

Education

  • Ph.D.,
  • M.A.,
  • B.A.,

Subfield

Archaeology

Biological


Chair

Dr. Warren


Research Interests

Skeletal age estimation, error and uncertainty in forensic anthropological methods, theoretical frameworks for forensic anthropology, ritual use of human remains


Selected Publications

(in press) Michala K. Stock, Allysha P. Winburn, and George H. Burgess. Skeletal Indicators of Shark Feeding on Human Remains: Evidence from Florida Forensic Anthropology Cases. Journal of Forensic Sciences, est. publication date 2017.

(in press) Allysha P. Winburn.  Subjective with a Capital S? Issues of Objectivity in Forensic Anthropology. Edited book chapter, Forensic Anthropology: Theoretical Framework and Scientific Basis. Forensic Science in Focus series, Wiley-Blackwell, est. publication date 2017. 

(in press) Allysha P. Winburn, Katie M. Rubin, Carrie B. LeGarde, and Janet E. Finlayson. Use of Qualitative and Quantitative Techniques in the Resolution of a Small-Scale Medicolegal Case of Commingled Human Remains. Florida Scientist, est. publication date 2017.

2017  Allysha P. Winburn, Raphael Martinez, and Sarah K. Schoff.  Afro-Cuban Ritual Use of Human Remains: Medicolegal Considerations. Journal of Forensic Identification 67(1):1-30.

2016  Allysha P. Winburn, Sarah K. Schoff, and Michael W. Warren. Assemblages of the Dead: Interpreting the Biocultural and Taphonomic Signature of Afro-Cuban Palo Practice in Florida. Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage 5(1):1-37. DOI: 10.1080/21619441.2016.1138760.

2015  Sean D. Tallman and Allysha P. Winburn. Forensic Applicability of Femur Subtrochanteric Shape to Ancestry Assessment in Thai and White American Males. Journal of Forensic Sciences 60(5):1283-1289.


Grants, Fellowships, and Awards

  • National Institute of Justice (NIJ) FY 15 Graduate Research Fellowship Program in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (Grant #: 2015-R2-CX-0009), “Skeletal Age Estimation in Modern U.S. Adults: The Effects of Activity, Body Mass, and Osteoarthritis on Age-Related Changes in the Acetabulum”
  • P.E.O. Scholar Award (International Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood), 2015-16, The Carolyn Cooley, Ph.D. Endowed Scholar (one of 13 Endowed and Named P.E.O. Scholars)
 

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