About me

My name is Jack Biggs and I'm a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology at Michigan State Univeristy in East Lansing, Michigan focusing on bioarchaeology of the ancient Maya. My personal research is on skeletal growth and development and how cultural mechanisms impacted the way childhood was experienced in ancient Mesoamerica.

This project has been created with the support of the Cultural Heritage Informatics Fellowship and Matrix Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences.

Questions or comments? Feel free to email me at biggsjac[at]msu[dot]edu.