Katie Waterhouse Instructor, Anthropology — Social Sciences
BSc Honours Human Systems Physiology, MSc Forensic Archaeological Sciences, PhD in Forensic Anthropology
I graduated from the University of Alberta with a PhD in Forensic Anthropology in 2013. Prior to my PhD I completed a MSc in Forensic Archaeological Sciences at University College London and a BSc Hons in Human Systems Physiology at the University of St Andrews. I am a biological anthropologist with specific interest and training in forensic anthropology. My Masters and PhD research was in the forensic arena focusing on the impact of fire on bone and how that affects our forensic interpretation and analysis of the bone material. I hope to continue this research here at Camosun.
In teaching my anthropology courses I hope to engage students and highlight to them the positive, enriching and fascinating aspects of anthropology and how anthropology has relevance for everyone. Having lived in many places I have a unique background and bank of personal experiences to draw on in the classroom and use as first hand examples of cross-cultural living.
- ANTH 104 Introduction to Anthropology
- ANTH 250 Forensic Anthropology
- ANTH 260 Human Evolution and Diversity
|2013||Waterhouse, K. Post-burning fragmentation of calcined bone: Implications for remains recovery from fatal fire scenes. International Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 20(8), 1112-1117.|
|2013||Waterhouse, K. The effect of victim age on calcined bone fragmentation: Implications for remains recovery. Forensic Science International, 231(1-3), 409.e1-409.e7.|
|2013||Waterhouse, K. The effect of weather conditions on calcined bone fragmentation. International Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 20(5), 489-495.|
|2010||Waterhouse, K. A review of fire deaths in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Forensic Sciences. 43(4), 171-180.|
|2010||Skinner, M., Clegg, L., Congram, D., Katzenburg, A., Lazenby, R., Mundorff, A., Peckman, T., Spence, M., Stratton, S. and Waterhouse, K. Taking the pulse of Forensic Anthropology in Canada. Canadian Journal of Forensic Sciences. 43(4), 191-203.|
|2013||Burt, N., Semple, D. Waterhouse, K. and Lovell, N. Identification and Interpretation of Joint Disease in Palaeopathology and Forensic Anthropology. Springfield IL: CC Thomas Publisher.|
|2009||Waterhouse, K. The use of anthropological and archaeological methods in fatal fire scene investigation and directions for future research. Report written for the Canadian Police Research Centre October/November 2009. Publication number DRDC CSS TN 2009-04|