Angela Gurr

Angela Gurr

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Biomedicine

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences


My Ph.D. research investigates the dental and skeletal health of a sample of 19th-century British/European migrant settlers to South Australia, who were buried between 1847 and 1927 in the unmarked 'free ground' section of St Mary's Anglican Church Cemetery.

Investigating the dental and skeletal health of a sample of 19th-century British/European migrant settlers to South Australia, who were buried between 1847 and 1927 in the unmarked 'free ground' section of St Mary's Anglican Church Cemetery. 

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2022 Gurr, A., Kumaratilake, J., Brook, A. H., Ioannou, S., Pate, F. D., & Henneberg, M. (2022). Health effects of European colonization: An investigation of skeletal remains from 19th to early 20th century migrant settlers in South Australia. PLOS ONE, 17(4), e0265878-1-e0265878-28.
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    2022 Gurr, A., Brook, A. H., Kumaratilake, J., Anson, T., Pate, F. D., & Henneberg, M. (2022). Was it worth migrating to the new British industrial colony of South Australia? Evidence from skeletal pathologies and historic records of a sample of 19th-century settlers. International Journal of Paleopathology, 37, 41-52.
    DOI Scopus1 WoS1
    2022 Galassi, F. M., Pate, F. D., You, W., Gurr, A., Lucas, T., Antunes-Ferreira, N., . . . Habicht, M. E. (2022). Pandemic realism as the indispensable political precondition for global disease eradication. Public Health, 212, 55-57.
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    2021 Gurr, A., Kumaratilake, J., Brook, A. H., Ioannou, S., Pate, F. D., & Henneberg, M. (2021). Health effects of European colonization: An investigation of skeletal remains from 19th to early 20th-century migrant settlers in South Australia.
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    2020 Pate, F. D., Henneberg, M., Anson, T. J., Owen, T. D., Newchurch, J., Draper, N., . . . Walsh, J. (2020). A stable, inexpensive and widely available burial environment or keeping place for archaeological or historical human skeletal remains. Australasian Historical Archaeology, 38, 68-71.
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    Gurr, A., Higgins, D., Henneberg, M., Kumaratilake, J., Brook O'Donnell, M., McKinnon, M., & Brook, A. H. (n.d.). Large Volume Micro-CT scanning of the dentoalveolar complex as a tool to evaluate dental health in an archaeological sample compared with traditional methods.
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