Students at Washington University's zooarchaeological laboratory have undertaken research projects on topics such as the study of faunas from Ithaca, a Bronze Age site in Greece excavated by Professor Sarantis Symeonoglou of Washington University's Art History and Archaeology department, faunas from sites in Missouri including Cahokia, and prehistoric faunas from Africa and Europe, and experimental studies of factors affecting bone breakage and carnivore damage to bone.
The Zooarchaeology laboratory has worked closely with the Paleoethnobotany laboratory, the Art and Archaeology department, the University's Tyson Research Center, and the St. Louis Zoo.
Introduction to Archaeology
The Archaeology of Africa
Pathways to Food Production in the Old World
Human Patterns of Predation