Julianne Stamer

Graduate Student and FLAS Fellow
Students

Julianne is a first-year master’s student in Latin American Studies. Her undergraduate degree is in Anthropology from Ohio State University. Her research interests are in the emergence of states in the ancient Andes and in the bioarchaeology of the Andean region. She has done field work in Ireland and Sicily and research projects on carious lesions, craniometrics, and stable isotopes. Julianne has studied Quechua for two years and previously studied Spanish.

Areas of Expertise
  • Latin American Studies
Education
  • B.S., The Ohio State University (2018)