About Me


Hello! I am a recent MA graduate from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Central Florida. I completed my Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Archaeology in 2019, at the Australian National University. 
I specialize in bioarchaeology – the study of human remains within their archaeological context – to better understand how concepts of personhood, identity, and agency affected ancient people’s lives.  

The focus of my MA studies at UCF was in stable isotope methodologies and reconstructions of ancient mobility.  I also have broad research interests in ancient health and disease, stable isotopes, human evolutionary studies, science communication, and social justice. I have conducted archaeological fieldwork in the Philippines, Vanuatu, and Australia. 
I’m always interested in new collaborations and research, so if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out via the contact form.

NOTE: The views and opinions expressed on this website are strictly those of Brianna Muir.
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