Dr J. Tyler Faith
Dr J. Tyler Faith
Postdoctoral Fellow
Archaeology

j.faith@uq.edu.au
Phone: (+61 7) 336 53314
Fax: (+61 7) 336 51544

Room 414, Level 4,
Michie Building (#9), St Lucia Campus

Qualifications:

PhD (Hominid Paleobiology) The George Washington University (USA)
BA (Anthropology) University of Washington (USA)

Professional Activities:

Member – International Council for Archaeozoology
Member – Paleoanthropology Society
Member – East African Association of Paleoanthropology and Palaeontology
Member – Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Background:

National Science Foundation IGERT Fellow, Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, The George Washington University, 2008-2011
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, The George Washington University, 2005-2007
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Research Student, 2005-2010

Research Interests:
  • Quaternary paleoecology of Africa
  • Quaternary megafaunal extinctions
  • Modern human origins
  • Conservation Paleozoology
  • Zooarchaeology & Taphonomy

Please follow this link to find out more about Dr Faith’s research profile.


Publications:
Faith, J.T., Thompson, J.C. (In Press) Fossil evidence for seasonal calving and migration of extinct blue antelope (Hippotragus leucophaeus) in southern Africa. Journal of Biogeography
 
Faith, J.T.,Tryon, C.A., Peppe, D.J., Beverly, E.J., Blegen, N. (In Press) Biogeographic and evolutionary implications of an extinct late Pleistocene impala from the Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya. Journal of Mammalian Evolution
 
Tryon, C.A., Faith, J.T.,Peppe, D.J., Keegan, W.F., Jenkins, K.H., Nightingale, S., Patterson, D., Van Plantinga, A., Driese, S., Johnson, C.R., Beverly, E. (In Press) Sites on the landscape: paleoenvironmental context of late Pleistocene archaeological sites from the Lake Victoria Basin, equatorial East Africa. Quaternary International
 

Please refer to this author's UQ eSpace profile for a list of publications.

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