Molly Zuckerman

Molly Zuckerman

Molly Zuckerman

Field(s) of expertise:


  • BA, Anthropology and Women’s Studies, Pennsylvania State University, 2004
  • MA, Anthropology, Emory University, 2009
  • Graduate Certificate, Women’s Studies Emory University, 2010
  • PhD, Anthropology, Emory University, Atlanta GA, 2010


  • Professor




Dr. Molly Zuckerman is a professor in the Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures. She explores the biosocial determinants of health inequalities and disease experiences of past populations within social bioarchaeology, focusing on considerations of social identity. Recently, her research interests have extended to pandemic infectious disease, relative to social inequality. Dr. Zuckerman is associated with ongoing bioarcheological research projects in the UK, Mongolia, St. Croix, and Mississippi, such as the Asylum Hill Project and the Global History of Health Project North China Module, as well as intermittent local projects within various Mississippi communities, such as the Grenada Yellow Fever Cemetery Project.