Profile for Amy Nicodemus

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Specialty area(s)

archaeology, zooarchaeology, bioarchaeology, Bronze Age, Europe, complex societies

Current courses at UWL

ARC 101: Orientation to the Archaeological Studies Major

ANT 102: Introduction to Physical Anthropology

ARC 200: World Archaeology

ARC 311: European Prehistory

ANT/ARC 335: Human Osteology

ARC 345: Zooarchaeology

ARC 455: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives in Archaeology

ARC 489: Honors Thesis in Archaeology

ARC 499: Senior Thesis in Archaeology

 

Education

Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Michigan, 2014
M.S. Anthropology, Florida State University, 2003
B.A. Anthropology and Archaeology, Washington University in St. Louis, 2000

Research and publishing

O’Shea, J., Gy. Parditka, A. Nicodemus, K. Kristiansen, K.-G. Sjögren, L. Paja, Gy. Pálfi, L. Lidija Milašinović

In Press (2019)  Dating the Maros Group and its Successors at the End of the Middle Bronze Age in the Tisza-Maros Region of Southeast Hungary, Western Romania, and Northern Serbia. Antiquity.

 

Nicodemus, A.

In Press (2019)  Pecica-Şanţul Mare: A Bronze Age Entrepôt in the Lower Mureş Region.  In Bronze Age Connectivity in the Carpathian Basin: Proceedings of the International Colloquium from Târgu Mureş, 13-15 Octiber 2016, edited by R. Németh, pp. 75-86. Editura Mega, Cluj-Napoca.

 

Nicodemus, A. and A. Wright

Forthcoming (2019)   Osteology and Burial Practices at Killarney Bay. In The Early Middle Woodland Killarney Bay 1/Spiegel Site: An International Collaboration, edited by D. S. Brose, A. Hawkins and P. Julig. University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, Ann Arbor.

 

Nicodemus, A. and J. A. Scott

Forthcoming (2019)  Botanical and Vertebrate Faunal Remains from the Killarney Bay 1 Burial Mound. In The Early Middle Woodland Killarney Bay 1/Spiegel Site: An International Collaboration, edited by D. S. Brose, A. Hawkins and P. Julig. University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, Ann Arbor.

 

Nicodemus, A.

2018        Food, Status, and Power: Animal Production and Consumption Practices during the Carpathian Basin Bronze Age. In Social Dimensions of Food in the Prehistory of the Eastern Balkans and Neighbouring Areas, edited by M. Ivanova, P. Stockhammer, B. Athanassov, V. Petrova, and D. Takorova, pp. 248-262.  Oxbow Books, Oxford.

 

O’Shea, J. and A. Nicodemus

2018     "...the nearest run thing..." The Genesis and Collapse of a Bronze Age Polity in the Maros Valley of Southeastern Europe.  In: Coming Together: Comparative Approaches to Population Aggregation and Early Urbanization, edited by A. Gyucha, pp. 61-80. State University of New York Press, Albany.

 

Nicodemus, A. and A. Lemke

2016     Specialized Bone Working in the Bronze Age?  The Organization of Production at Pecica-Şanţul Mare, Romania.  Cuadernos del Instituto Nacional de Antropología y Pensamiento Latinoamericano, Series Especiales 3/2-- Global Patterns in the Exploitation of Animal Based Raw Materials: Technical and Socio-Cultural Issues, edited by N. Buc, V. Scheinsohn., and A. Choyke, pp. 103-120.

 

Nicodemus, A., L. Motta and J. O’Shea

2015      Archaeological Investigations at Pecica “Şanţul Mare” 2013-2014. Ziridava Studia Archaeologica 29, pp. 105-118.

 

Nicodemus, A. and J. O’Shea

2015      From Relative to Absolute:  The Radiometric Dating of Mureş Culture Ceramics at Pecica-Şanţul Mare.  In Interdisciplinarity in Archaeology and History, 3rd Edition: In Memoriam Florin Medeleţ (1943-2005), edited by S. Forţiu and A. Stavilă, pp. 691-702, JATEPress Kiadó, Szeged.