Rebecca Gibson is a Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Hampshire, specializing in bioanthropology. Her dissertation research examines changes in the skeletal structure of women who wore corsets between the years of 1700 and 1900 AD, and her geographic focus is England and France. With the help of the competitive Doctoral Student Research Scholarship, she has made extensive study of skeletal collections at the Museum of London and the Musée de l'Homme in Paris. Her secondary research focus is on the romantic and sexual entanglements of AI and robotics in science-fiction, specifically looking at what fulfills the qualification of "human enough." While at UNH, she will continue to pursue both research interests, integrating her work into the classroom, and facilitating student engagement in the research process.