Sociology & Anthropology
Maria A. Rosado, Ph.D.
Department of Sociology, Rowan University,
May 1981 - BA Microbiology, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey
ANTH 02315 - Forensic Anthropology
Rosado, M.A. and J. Madariaga (1996). "Situacion de Salud Bucal de Dos Poblaciones Prehistoricas del Norte Semiarido de Chile". Boletin 19 del Museo Arqueologico de La Serena, pp. 112-122.
Rosado, M.A. (1998) "Dental Health and Diet of Two Prehistoric Populations from Chile's Semiarid North." Dental Anthropology: a Publication of the Dental Anthropological Association. November 1998, pp. 2-8.
Kalmanoviecki, L., A. lobo, P. Mosto and M. Rosado (1999). Lack of Hispanics in the Sciences. Enfoque, pp.3-5.
Mosto, P. and M. Rosado. A Workshop on the Learning Mountains: a series of personal reflections on the AAHE Summer Institute, 1999. Snowmass, Colorado. Reflection One. The Comunique Vol 4(2): 1-2.
Rosado, M.A. (2002) “Case Studies at the Museo de La Serena, Chile: Forensic Anthropology Report,” Boletin del Museo de La Serena, August 2002.
Mosto, P. and M. Rosado (2004) “Effectiveness of an Honors Course Specifically Designed for Freshman,” Proceedings of The 2005 Hawaii International Conference-On arts and Humanities.
Rosado, M; Lewis, K., and S. Mollick (2004).“The Archaeology of the Cohansey Baptist Cemetery,” The Cumberland Patriot, Newsletter of the Cumberland County Historical Society. Spring, Vol. 36, No. 1.
Rosado, M. and Vernaccio J. (2006). "Paleopathology and osteobiography of the people of Peñuelas, Chile’s semiarid north". Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Vol. 101(Suppl. II):1, 2006.
Rosado, M.A.; and Mollick, S. and Lewis, K (2006). The Historical Archaeology of the Cohansey Baptist Cemetery; resurrecting the dead without disturbing the burial grounds. The Bulletin of the Archaeological Association of New Jersey, Number 61, pp. 50-58
Rosado, M.A and P. Mosto (2007). Effectiveness of an Interdisciplinary Course Designed for Freshman. Practicing Anthropology, Issue 29, No.3, 2007
Rosado, M.A. and M. Urizar (2014). El Olivar: aspect Socio-Conductual y Condiciones de Salud a Traves del registro Oseo. XIX Congreso Nacional deArqueologia Chilena, Volumen
April 4 and 11, 1992- Paper: "Oral Pathologies of Two Prehistoric Populations from Chile's Semiarid North." Presented at the Sixty-First Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Las Vegas, Nevada and at the Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Academy of Science, Trenton, New Jersey.
April 14 and 17, 1993- Paper: "Health and Diet of Two Prehistoric Populations from Chile's Semiarid North". Presented at the Sixty-second Annual Meeting of the American association of Physical Anthropologists and the Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Toronto, Canada.
May 8, 1993- Paper: "Health and Diet of two Prehistoric Populations from Chile's Semiarid North". Presented at the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Academy of Science, Trenton, New Jersey.
August 2, 1993- Paper: "Health and Diet of two Prehistoric Populations from Chile's Semiarid North." Presented at the 13th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Mexico City, Mexico.
March 28-29, 1995- Paper "Trace Element Analysis of Two prehistoric Populations from Chile's Semiarid North" presented at the 22nd Annual Paleopathology Association meeting, Oakland, California.
April 9, 1996- Paper "Health and Diet of Two Prehistoric Populations from Chile's Semiarid North" presented at the 23rd Annual Paleopathology Association Meeting, Durham, North Carolina.
May 11, 1996- Paper "Paleopathological and Trace Element Analysis of Two Prehistoric Populations from chile's Semiarid North" presented at the New Jersey Academy of Science, 41st Annual Meeting, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey.
May 13, 1997- Paper titled "Health and Diet of Two Prehistorc Populations from Chile's Semiarid North" presented at Rowan University's Second Annual Professional Conference: Celebrating Accomplishments, Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey.
March 27, 1998- Paper "Paleopathological Studies of Chilean Prehistoric Populations" presented at the conference A Wealth of Resources in New Jersey: Showcasing Research sponsored by the New Jersey Research Consortium, Kean University, Union, N.J.
May 12, 1999- Presented with P. Mosto, L. Kalmanowiecki, and A. Lobo the paper "Hispanics: a Missing Group in the Sciences" at Rowan University's 4th Annual Professional Conference, May 12
October 23-24, 1999- Presented the paper titled "Skeletal Paleopathology in Chile's Semiarid North: patterns and preservation" at the 18th Annual Conference on Andean Archaeology and Ethnobotany, University of Massachusetts, Amhers
Nov. 3-4, 2001- Presented with Heather Schiffer and Stacey Lodge the paper titled “ “Conservation and Paleopathology of Diaguita Skeletal Remains of Chile’s Semiarid North” at the 20th Annual Northeast Conference on Andean Archaeology and Ethnohistory, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.
April 9-10, 2002- Presented “Conservation and Paleopathology of Diaguita skeletal remains of Chile’s semiarid north” at the 29th Annual North American Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, April 9 and 10, Buffalo, New York.
April 14-17, 2003- Presented “The peoples of Guanaqueros: conservation and paleopathology” at the 30th Annual North American Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, April 17, Tempe Arizona.
October 29, 2003, presented with K. Lewis S. Mollick “The Historical Archaeology of the Cohansey Baptist Cemetery” at the Annual meeting of the Stafford Historical Society, Manahawkin, New Jersey.
March 18, 2004 Presented with S. Mollick and K. Lewis the paper titled “Mapping the Dead Through GIS: the Geography of the Cohansey Baptist Cemetery” at the Annual IRISSA-GIS Conference, Rutgers University, Busch Campus Student Center, Piscataway, New Jersey.
April 4, 2004 presented with P. Mosto the paper titled “Effectiveness of a Human Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach Course Specifically Designed for Honors Freshman” at the Annual Meeting of the AAHE Conference, San Diego, California.
January 13-16, 2005 presented with P. Mosto the paper titled “Effectiveness of an Honors Course Specifically Designed for Freshman” at the 2nd Hawaii International Conference-On arts and Humanitie, Waikiki Sheraton, Honolulu, Hawaii.
January 13-16, 2005 presented with A. Peterson and L. Gillaim the paper titled “Paleopathology and Osteobiograhy of the Archaic Period Peoples of Guanaqueros” at the The 2nd Hawaii International Conference-On arts and Humanitie, Waikiki Sheraton, Honolulu, Hawaii.
March 7-8, 2006- Presented “Paleopathology and Osteobiography of the peoples of Penuelas, Chile’s Semiarid North” at the 33rd Annual North American Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, March 8, Anchorage Alaska.
March 27-28, 2007- Presented “Macroscopic and Microscopic Analysis of Calcined Bone, Early Archaic, Site 8-CU-79, Cumberland County, New Jersey” at the 34rd Annual North American Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 27-28, 2007- Presented “The Practice of Artificial Cranial Deformation in Diaguita Populations of Chile’s Semiarid North” at the 34th Annual North American Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 25-27, 2008. Presented “Microscopic comparative analysis of human and non-human trabecular bone structure for the purposes of forensic, bioarchaeological, and paleopathological identification” at the 17th European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Copenhagen, Denmark,
April1 27 – 29, 2012, presented “Dead Men Do Tell Tales: Forensic anthropology of one of Penn Museum’s oldest mummies, at the American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) Annual Meeting, Providence, RI.
April 14, 2014, presented ”Mummification practices in Predynastic Egypt. A view from the Penn Museum Collections”. Fifth international conference of Predynastic and Early Dynastic Studies, Institut français d’Archéologie Orientale (IFAO), Cairo, Egypt.
1996-2013: Organized, presented, and taught the forensic anthropology workshop on "Osteology and Forensic Facial Reconstruction" to the Policia de Investigaciones de Chile (Investigation Police of Chile), Museo Arqueologico de La Serena, Chile.
2003 - Bildner Fellow Recipient: Professional Development Schools Institute, Certificate of Participation.
2009 - Lindback Distinguished Teacher Award for Demonstrated Excellence in Teaching- Rowan University.
Since 1996, Dr. Rosado has co-directed with the archaeologists at the Museo Arqueologico De La Serena, Chile the Rowan University-Museo Arqueologico Archaeology Field school for Bioarchaeological research. Dr. Rosado has implemented a line of research in osteology, with emphasis on paleopathology (study of ancient diseases), demography, and conservation. Since 2000 Rowan students travel to and participate with Dr. Rosado in research at the Museo Arqueologico where they conduct conservation of skeletal remains and excavations of archaeological sites. The research is presented at Rowan University’s STEM Symposium, St. Joseph’s Sigman XI, and Pelaopathology Association.
In 2010 Dr. Rosado’s proposal to create a museum of anthropology at Rowan was approved by the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. In collaboration with her colleague Dr. Jane Hill, Dr. Rosado developed and created MARU. Dr. Rosado is co-curator of MARU with Dr. Jane Hill.