Nadia Neff

Nadia Neff
Visiting Instructor of Anthropology


  • Bioarchaeology 
  • Biomolecular Archaeology 
  • Battlefield Archaeology 
  • Forensic Anthropology 
  • Skeletal Biology 


  • M.S., Bioarchaeology, University of York, 2015
  • B.A., Anthropology, Fort Lewis College, 2013


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About Nadia Neff

Nadia Neff is a visiting instructor in the Department of Anthropology at Fort Lewis College. She joined the College in 2017. Neff currently teaches Introduction to Anthropology and Forensic Anthropology, but hopes to diversify her courses. Her interests vary from ancient biomolecules and battlefields to human rights investigations. Neff has conducted archaeological fieldwork in the Southwest of the US as well as several sites in North England and Poland. Most notable of which include the Mesolithic site of Star Carr and the medieval site of the Battle of Towton (1461). She also worked as a consultant preforming biomolecular analysis of skeletal remains from other ancient battlefield sites in England. In 2016, Neff was interviewed by Dan Snow of the BBC for her work on the Battle of Fulford (1066). Future plans include teaching and the pursuit of further work with ancient biomolecules applied to the fields bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology.