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

Session 27. Variation in Human Dental Form: A symposium in honor of Edward F. Harris. Invited Poster Symposium. Chair: Heather Edgar, Loren Leese and Helen Liversidge

Friday Morning, 301E Add to calendar

This symposium is held in recognition of the contributions of Edward F. Harris (Professor, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center) has made throughout his career. Edward received his Ph.D. from Arizona State University in 1977. Following postdoctoral work, his career has been spent in a department of orthodontics. However, his research in dental morphology, metrics, development, and variation has always been anthropological. This research, along with Edward’s support, insights, editorship,  and camaraderie, has influenced at least two generations of anthropologists. The breadth and depth of his work is inspiring, and the papers in this symposium, reflect that broad impact.

1 Add to calendar Tansies in the field: an odontometric assessment of orthodox perspectives on ontogenetic canalization, dental field theory, and sex dimorphism. Brian E. Hemphill, Leslea J. Hlusko.
2 Add to calendar Sinodonty and beyond: reasserting the relevance of dental anthropology for understanding the peopling of the New World . William N. Duncan, Christopher M. Stojanowski, Kent M. Johnson.
3 Add to calendar Secular Change in Dental Development in New Mexican Females. Alm Rautman, Hjh Edgar.
4 Add to calendar A radiographic study of human mandibular permanent tooth eruption and root stage. Helen M. Liversidge, Sheryl Wilmott.
5 Add to calendar Size does matter: Variation in tooth size apportionment among major regional North and sub-Saharan African populations. Michael W. Kenyhercz, Joel D. Irish.
6 Add to calendar A descriptive study of African American deciduous dentition. Loren R. Lease.
7 Add to calendar First Molar Dental Fluctuating Asymmetry and the Pace of Life History in Non-Human Primates. Sarah A. Martin, Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg, Paul W. Sciulli.
8 Add to calendar The Development of the Dentition as a Complex Adaptive System. Alan H. Brook, Toby Hughes, Grant C. Townsend, Matthew D. Brook O'Donnell.
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