PRESS

 

Television Appearances in:

 
  • Smithsonian Folk Life Festival July, 2007
  • Smithsonian Forensic Fridays, 2009
  • History Channel  “Written in Bone: Forensic Files of the 17th century Chesapeake” 2008
  • National Geographic Channel  “ The Peopling of the Americas” 2007
  • Texas Country Reporter # 1473 original air date 2015, November 16

Books featuring Amanda’s work:

 
  • Their Skeletons Speak, by Douglas J. Owsley and Sally M Walker
  • Kennewick Man edited by Douglas Owsley
  • Faces From The Past by Jim Deem
  • La Belle, the Ship that Changed History By James E. Bruseth and Toni Turner

Blogs and Interviews:

In The Face of History, Texas Highways

Forensic Model of La Belle Sailor, Bullock Texas State History Museum

 

Videos:
 

Amanda Danning takes us through the process of the reconstructing the face of a French settler, Sieur de Marle who died in Texas in the late 1600s. You can visit this reconstructed face at the Museum of the Coastal Bend in Victoria, TX. https://explorevictoriatexas.com/ http://www.museumofthecoastalbend.org/
 
Amanda‘s fine art work is represented by Copper Shade Tree in Round Top, Texas and The Live Oak Art Center in Columbus, Texas