601 S. College Rd.
Wilmington, NC 28403
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Dr. Reber is Associate Professor of Archaeology and Chair of the UNCW Anthropology Department. Her research interests include archaeological pottery residues, American Bottom archaeology, the Mississippian emergence, agriculture and plant domestication, archaeobotany, mass spectrometry, stable isotopes, and metals analysis. Her lab, the UNCW Pottery Residue Lab, is a dedicated facility for GC/MS analysis of absorbed and visible pottery residues. Her dissertation, Maize Detection in Absorbed Pottery Residues: Identification and Archaeological Application, applied compound specific stable isotope analysis to develop a new technique for the identification of maize compounds in archaeological pottery residues.
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