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Alannah Templon

Graduate Student

Anthropology, Biological


I am currently conducting research focused on understanding the potential impact that various socioeconomic factors such as migration, household composition, and access to health care, can have on maternal and child health.

Selected Publications

Templon, A. R., Kirsch, D. R., & Towner, M. C. 2021. Contributions of evolutionary anthropology to understanding climate‐induced human migration. American Journal of Human Biology33(4), e23635.


2021 Bachelor of Science in Biology and Sociology, Oklahoma State University

Professional Memberships

American Association of Biological Anthropology

Selected Presentations

Templon A., Kirsch D., Towner M. April 2021. Wentz Research Symposium, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Ok. The Impact of Migration on Maternal Reproductive and Marital Life Histories.