The 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2013)

Session 19. From Paleoamericans to Recent Americans: A Celebration of Richard L. Jantz’s Contributions to Biological Anthropology. Invited Poster Symposium. Chair: Steve Ousley and Kate Spradley

Thursday Afternoon, 301E Add to calendar

Richard Jantz has been a teacher, mentor, and colleague at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, for over 40 years, and has recently retired. His numerous contributions to understanding human variation (anthropometric, dermatoglyphic, and osteometric) have greatly impacted many facets of biological anthropology. He also oversaw the establishment and preservation of databases including skeletal observations from modern Americans (the Forensic Data Bank), anthropometrics from Native Americans (from Franz Boas), and worldwide dermatoglyphic observations (from Heinz Brehme), which have and will continue to benefit many anthropologists. Most recently he was a litigant in the Kennewick Man case, highlighting his contributions to understanding the earliest Americans. This symposium reflects Richard Jantz’s depth and breadth of contributions.

1 Add to calendar The Biological Anthropology Database Legacy of Richard L. Jantz . David R. Hunt, Stephen D. Ousley.
2 Add to calendar Geometric Morphometrics and Statistical Classification: Size Matters. Stephen D. Ousley, Michael Kenyhercz.
3 Add to calendar Investigating shape changes in American White and Black cranial dimensions: a 3d geometric morphometric approach. Beatrix Dudzik, Lee Meadows Jantz.
4 Add to calendar The African Diaspora: Assessing Cranial Secular Change Using Geometric Morphometrics. M. Katherine Spradley.
5 Add to calendar A Head for Cranial Analysis: 3D Investigation of Endo- and Ectocranial Sex Dimorphism. Natalie R. Shirley, Emam ElHak Abdel Fatah, Richard L. Jantz, Mohamed R. Mahfouz.
6 Add to calendar An Investigation of Craniometric Variation in Paleoamericans from Different Continents. Kathleen T. Alsup.
7 Add to calendar Geometric morphometric analysis of Arikara craniofacial morphology. Ashley H. McKeown.
8 Add to calendar Examination of Archaic Period Craniometric Variation in the Middle Tennessee River Valley. Nicholas P. Herrmann, Sarah M. Zaleski.
9 Add to calendar Temporal changes in Arikara femoral torsion. Daniel J. Wescott, Deborah L. Cunningham.
10 Add to calendar Secular change in pelvic sexual dimorphism: a 3D study. Kathryn R.D. Driscoll.
11 Add to calendar Functional Morphology and Variation: The Effects of Obesity on the Cross-Sectional Geometry of the Humerus. Megan K. Moore.
12 Add to calendar A Comparison of Fluctuating Asymmetry in the Craniofacial Skeleton of Residents of Mexico and Immigrants from Mexico to the United States. Katherine E. Weisensee, M Katherine Spradley.
13 Add to calendar Untold Tales: Skeletons from the Little Bighorn Contrasted with Seventh Cavalry Medical Documents. P Willey.
14 Add to calendar Post-Traumatic Bone Loss in Civil War Soldiers. Alexis Goots, Kari Bruwelheide, Doug Owsley.
15 Add to calendar Paleodemography and perinatal mortality from the Agora well, Athens, Greece. Lyle W. Konigsberg, Maria A. Liston.
16 Add to calendar Aging Methods across Populations: Focus in Nigeria. Erin H. Kimmerle, Lyle Konigsberg.
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