Sarah Wolff

Biography:

Sarah originally hails from Cheyenne, Wyoming, and completed her undergraduate degrees in anthropology and history at the University of Wyoming in 2005. Her M.A. was earned from Pennsylvania State University in biological anthropology working in the Puts Lab, and her thesis was on vocal masculinity as a dominance signal in human males. Sarah continued her anthropology research at the University of Arizona by pursuing a Ph.D. in archaeology, focusing on historical and zooarchaeology. Her dissertation is composed of a triad of articles discussing expressions of Victorian cultural ideals on the American frontier at Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Sarah anticipates defending her dissertation in 2016, and intends to continue to be a holistic anthropologist engaged in biological and archaeological teaching and research.