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Amanda Burtt, M.A., is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Indiana University. She is a zooarchaeologist with a focus on human-animal relationships in pre-contact North America. Her dissertation uses the microwear of domestic dogs to assess feeding strategies prehistoric peoples may have employed to sustain canine companions. She is a research fellow with the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology.