Ana Lema Seabra
Seabra_1

Doctoral Student

CIAS - Research Centre for Anthropology and Health
Department of Life Sciences
University of Coimbra
Calçada Martim de Freitas
3000-456 Coimbra
Portugal

  asbr73@gmail.com

Research Interests

• Mortuary Archaeology and Funerary Practice;
• Databases, Datasets and Anthropological Field Reports;
• Social and Religious Minorities in the Medieval and Modern period

Short Bio

Archaeology graduate, with a Master’s Degree in Human Biology, currently enrolled as a PHD student in Anthropology of Past Populations at the University Coimbra. Working, at the moment, as bioarcheologist within the commercial sector, mainly on sites with human remains from Medieval and Modern Period.

Key Publications

• Barroso, C., Seabra A. and Neto, F. (in press), Row, row, row your boat gently… upstream: A methodological approach to access Portuguese bioarchaeological data using a computer database 44th Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference Março 2016 Olso, Norway.

• Seabra, A., Neto, F. and Barroso C. (in press). Bioarchaeology Module Loading... Please hold. 44th Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference Março 2016 Olso Noruega.

• Neto, F. and Seabra, A. (2014). What to do with data: Portuguese information system for anthropological andfunerary data CHNT 19 Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies 3-6 November 2014 Vienna, Austria.  Link

• Barroso, C., Neto, F. and Seabra, A. (2014). Piecing together terminology in bioarcheology: defining concepts CHNT 19 Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies 3-6 November 2014 Vienna, Austria.  Link

• Seabra, A. and Silva, A. (2011). Paleobiological Study of the Convent of Santa Maria da Consolação pps 490-494 in Estrat Crític 2011.Actas de las III Jornadas de Jovenes en Investigation Arqueológica (JIA 2010) Revista dArqueologia. Nº5 Vol.I. Col_lectiu Estrat Jove, UAB Bracelona.