Christopher Stojanowski (Ph.D.) received his MA in Anthropology from Florida State University. His thesis examined the Bird Island, Florida skeletal population. His focus is bioarchaeology and dental anthropology. His research spans the continents and includes Archaic materials (Windover and Buckeye Knoll), the Spanish Mission period material in the southeastern US, as well as African material about 7,000 years old.
- Talon Cusp From Two Archaic Period Cemeteries in North America: Implications for Comparative Evolutionary Morphology
- Osteology of the Late Araic Bird Island Site
- Phenotypic Approaches for Understanding Patterns of Intracemetery Biological Variation
- Bioarchaeologist's Work Helps Identify Origins of a People
- Green Sahara