Jaimie Arlene Ide (Fall 2014) - Thesis Title: One Big Puzzle, Two Thousand Tiny Pieces: An Analysis of the Juvenile Remains From the Shady Grove Ossuary
Angela Nicole Smith (Fall 2014) - Project Title: Social Value, Cultural Context, and Human-Centered Decision-Making: An Anthropological Approach to Strategic Planning in a Community-Based Nonprofit
Laura Natalie Yurka (Fall 2014) - Thesis Title: An Evaluation of Metric Methods of Race Differentiation in the Human Pelvic Girdle for the Application of Expert Witness Testimony
Jeffrey Clifford Auerbach (Summer 2014) - Thesis Title: The Effects of the Nat Turner Slave Revolt on the Health and Welfare of 19th-Century Slaves in Southeastern Virginia
Matthew Corbin Lance (Summer 2014) - Thesis Title: Selling Tradition: Impression Management and Draft Animal Agriculture of a Mississippi Farmstead
Monica N. Labit (Summer 2014) - Project Title: Needs Assessment of the Latino Immigrant Community on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
Samuel Michael Huey (Spring 2014) - Thesis Title: Prehistoric Life on the Mississippi Coast: Chronology and Function of Ceramics from Three Shell Middens in the Grand Bay Estuary
Jennifer Lynn Funkhouser (Spring 2014) - Thesis Title: A Paleopathological Analysis of the Moran French Colonial Cemetery.
Justin D. Beavers (Summer 2013) - Thesis Title: The Oaks: Interpretation and Analysis of the Support Structures of a 19th Century Urban Farmstead.
Claire M. Dansereau (Summer 2013) - Thesis Title: Analysis of Post-Cranial Traits for the Assessment of Biological Distance among Temporally Distinct New World Populations of African Descent.
Emma E. Strong (Summer 2013) - Project Title: Virtual Model Creation and Web Hosting of Several Prehistoric Sites of Mississippi. The link to the website is: https://sites.google.com/site/eestrongthesisproject/
Michelle Renee Hammond (Spring 2013) - Thesis Title: Settlement, Mobility, and the Organization of Technology at the Clark Lake Site (22SH535): A Small Scale Woodland Settlement.
Kristin Danielle Little (Spring 2013) - Project Title: Obesity in Southern Mississippi: A Big Healty Problem.
Tabitha Denae Epperson (Fall 2012) - Thesis Title: A Place Like Home
Kelly Jo Davila (Spring 2012) - Thesis Title: Distant Neighbors: Negotiating Space and Urban Development in a Southern Mississippi Community
Barbara Ann Hester (Spring 2012) - Thesis Title: Cross-Cultural Contact on Ship Island Mississippi: An Analysis of the French Warehouse Site Ceramic Assemblage from an Aboriginal and Engendered Perspective
Patricia Lynn Miller-Beech (Spring 2012) - Thesis Title: German POWs, Biopolitics, & the Piney Woods: Using Foucault to Analyze Resistance at Camp Shelby's POW Camp during World War II
Heather Kay Sanchez (Spring 2012) - Thesis Title: East of the Tracks: Grassroots Environmentalism in South Mississippi
Amanda Rose Harvey (Fall 2011) - Thesis Title: Consequences of Contact: An Evaluation of Childhood Health Pattern using Enamel Hypoplasias Among the Colonial Maya of Tipu
Cassie Mechelle Chandler (Fall 2011) - Thesis Title: The Relationship between Salivary Cortisol Levels and Stressful Behaviors upon the Introduction of a New Exhibit Mate in Captive Black and Gold Howler Monkeys (Alouatta caraya) at the Hattiesburg Zoo
Danielle Nicole Cook (Fall 2011) – Thesis Title: An Analysis of Ancestry at the French Colonial Cemetery at the Moran Site (22HR511), Biloxi, Mississippi
Stacy Ann Scott (Fall 2011) - Thesis Title: The Shady Grove Site (22QU525), Quitman County, Mississippi: Analysis of Demographics and Mortuary Practices
Donald Louis Craig (Spring 2011) - Thesis Title: The Deer Island Site (22HR500) Prehistoric Ceramics and Their Meaning on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
Angela Kristin Vandenbroek (Fall 2010) - Thesis Title: Who I am/am Not: Identity and Practice Among Muslim American Women in Louisiana
Jennifer Winter (Fall 2010) - Thesis Title: Features of Habit: An Archaeological Assessment of Patterns in the Arrangement of Historic German-Russian Farmsteads in Hutchinson County, South Dakota.
Diana Flosenzier (Summer 2010) - Thesis Title: Mississippian Feasting in the Lower Mississippi Valley: Archaeobotanical Analysys of two Features from Winterville Mounds (22WS500)
Michael Fedoroff (Fall 2009) - Thesis Title: Earth-Oven Technology in the Mississippi Pine Hills: An Experimental Approach to Archaeological Investigations and Method Development
Jessica Kowalski (Summer 2009) - Thesis Title: The Early Mississipian Period in the Southern Yazoo Basin: An Analysis of Ceramics from the Winterville Site (22WS500)
Nicole Harris (Spring 2009) - Thesis Title: Aculturation in Southern Lousisiana: Cajun and Native American Foodway, 1755-1955.
Cindy Ponder ( Spring 2009) - Thesis Title: A Systematic Study of Wound Differentiation Dependent on Bullet Construction Variability.
Julie Shedd (Spring 2009) - Thesis Title: Anthropological Literature on Social Phobia: An Examination of Publishing and Indexing Patterns.
Matthew Freeman (Fall 2008) - Thesis Title: Cultural Complexity at Deathly Silent (22FO826): A Middle Woodland Mound in the Mississippi Pine Hill.
Susan Olin (Fall 2008) - Thesis Title: Slave Labor and Ceramics: A Statistical Analysis from Mount Locust Plantation in Natchez, Mississippi.
David Martin (Fall 2008) - Thesis Title: A Bioarchaeological Comparison of Childhood Health in Two Nineteenth Century Populations from New York.
Catherine Bowers (Summer 2008) - Thesis Title: Consuming Bollywood in Print and on Screen.
Tiffany Hensley (Summer 2008)
Andy Thompson (Summer 2008) - Thesis Title: Reconstructing Life in the Protohistoric Southeast: A Bioarchaeological Analysis of the Oliver Site (22CO503), Coahoma Co, Mississippi.
Natalie Brooke Cruthirds (Spring 2008) - Thesis Title: Crazy or Hungry: Oral Accounts of Continuity and Change in a Mississippi Gulf Coast Commercial Fishing Fleet.
Ashley Marie Siedell (Summer 2007) - Thesis Title: Racial Health Disparities in the Antebellum South: The Childhood Disease Experience in Nineteenth Century Natchez
Daniel Benjamin Zivin (Summer 2007) - Thesis Title: An Analysis of Secular Change and Sex and Race Differences in the Sacrum.
Miranda Dawn Page (Spring 2007) - Thesis Title: Dietary Reconstruction Through Stable Isotope Analysis at the Moran French Colonial Cemetery on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
Erin Royal ( Spring 2007) - Thesis Title: The Maya Classic Collapse in an Urban Environment: A Study of Enamel Defects in Human Teeth from Tikal, Guatemala
Krista Lynee Burleigh (Fall 2006) - Thesis Title: Use of Radiographs of Patients with Arthritis and Pain Questionnaire Results to Aid in the Identification of Forensic Anthropology Cases
James M. Pittman (Fall 2006) - Thesis Title: The Construction of Alfombra and Identity in La Antigua Guatemala
Jason A. Gardner (Fall 2005) - Thesis Title: An Analysis of Ceramics from the Andrews Place Site (1MB1), Southern Mobile County, Alabama
Patricia Condon (Fall 2005) - Thesis Title: Move Beyond: Education, African Americans & the American Dream in the Jim Crow South
Bryan Tate (Summer 2005) - Thesis Title: Architecture, Archaeology and Landscape at Saragossa and Mount Locust Plantations in the Natchez District of Mississippi
Jeffrey Caillouet (Spring 2005) - Thesis Title: Roadside Memorials: A Cultural Response to Sudden Death along Pearl River County Roadways
Stacey L. Young (Fall 2004) - Thesis Title: An Analysis of Sub-Floor Pits and What Their Use Implies About Slave Lifeways and African-American Culture
Valerie A. Plested(Summer 2004) - Thesis Title: Place in Irish Traditional Music: An Analysis of Tune Repertory and Musicians
Brad J. Kavan (Summer 2004) - Thesis Title: The Rise and Decline of Mobile Street: Race and the Impact of Camp Shelby on African-American Hattiesburg
Kelly McAllister (Spring 2004) - Thesis Title: A Little Turn-of-the 20th Century Town in the Piney Woods: An Ethnohistorical Examination of Howison, Mississippi
Phillip Hodge (Spring 2004) - Thesis Title: Revisting Archusa Creek: An Analysis of Middle and Late Gulf Formational Ceramics from Southeast Mississippi
Dale Norton (Spring 2004) - Thesis Title: Intersite Relationship Analysis: Comparative Study Between Two Prehistoric Cemeteries in Northeastern Alabama Using Discrete Genetic Traits and Mortuary Material Remains