Faculty Profile for Dr. Ashley McKeown

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Dr. Ashley McKeown
Senior Lecturer — Anthropology
ELA 266
phone: (512) 245-8272

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Tilden, D., Awe, J. J., Slocum, D. L., Zanotto, H. H., Burke, C. C., McKeown, A. H., … Can, J. (2017). The Structure A9 Tomb at Xunantunich, Belize. In The Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project: A Report of the 2016 Field Season (Vol. 22, pp. 346–378). Waco, Texas and Flagstaff, Arizona, United States: Baylor University and Northern Arizona University. Retrieved from http://www.bvar.org/publications
  • Bednar, S. E., Johnson, A. L., McKeown, A. H., Lonaker, S., Green, K., Moraza-Keeswood, N., … Walden, J. (2016). How It All Falls Apart: Identifying Terminal Deposits in Group B to Date the “Classic Maya Collapse” at Baking Pot, Belize. In J. A. Hoggarth & J. J. Awe (Eds.), The Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project: A Report of the 2015 Field Season. Waco, Texas, United States: Institute of Archaeology, Baylor University. Retrieved from http://www.bvar.org/publications
  • Kemp, W., McKeown, A. H., Skelton, R., & Symes, S. (2013). Identification of skeletal fractures before and after removal of soft tissue: A case report. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, 34, 18–22.
  • McKeown, A. H., & Schmidt, R. (2012). Geometric Morphometrics. In Research Methods in Human Skeletal Biology. New York, NY.: Academic Press.
  • McKeown, A. H., Owsley, D., Kelso, W., & May, J. (2012). The usual burying place by James City:" Interpreting early 17th-century burials from Jamestown, Virginia, 291.

Selected Awards

  • Award / Honor Recipient: Favorite Professor, Alfred H. Nolle Chapter of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, Texas State University. April 2019
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Favorite Professor, Alfred H. Nolle Chapter of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society, Texas State University. April 2018
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Cox Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Montana, Missoula. 2008

Selected Grants

  • McKeown, Ashley Hyatt. Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from the Elkins Site, $51434. (Funded: 2013). Grant.
  • McKeown, Ashley Hyatt. Other, $2462. (Funded: 2008). Grant.
  • McKeown, Ashley Hyatt. Visiting Scholar Faculty Development Grant, $1500. (Funded: 2008). Grant.
  • McKeown, Ashley Hyatt. Burton D. Williams Endowment Award, $1315. (Funded: 2006). Grant.
  • McKeown, Ashley Hyatt. Visiting Scholar Faculty Development Grant, $1500. (Funded: 2006). Grant.

Selected Service Activities

Co-Chair
Poster Session: Exploring Globalization and Colonialism through Archaeology and Bioarchaeology: An NSF REU sponsored site on the Caribbean's Golden Rock (Sint Eustastius), 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology
April 2019
Co-Faculty Advisor
Forensic Anthropology Society
September 2016-December 2016
Member
Biological Anthropology Tenure-track Position Search Committee
September 2016-December 2016
Faculty Advisor
Forensic Anthropology Society
September 2015-August 2016
Moderator
Session (New Research and Methods for the Advancement of Human Identification) at 67th Annual Scientific Meeting of American Academy of Forensi Sciences
February 1, 2015-February 1, 2015