Human-Animal Relations, Materiality, Metaphysics, Multispecies Approaches
Arctic (North America)
Amanda Althoff is an archaeologist working with questions surrounding animal-human relations and the role material culture plays in navigating these. Her work is focused on conceptual approaches including but not limited to personhood, identity, agency, and the ontological situatedness of assemblages. Her work is currently focused on the Circumpolar North.
University of Aberdeen, Scotland, MA in Archaeology 2020