The 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2015)


Session 14. Bioarchaeology: Growth, Nutrition and Health. Contributed Posters. Chair: Kara C Hoover

March 26, 2015 , Archview Ballroom Add to calendar

7:30 - 8:00 Poster set-up.  5:30 - 6:00 Poster take-down.

Even numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:00-10:30 and 4:45-5:3-

Odd numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:30-11:00 and 4:00-4:45

1 Add to calendar Evolving to Eat: Food composition and human mandible morphology. Rachael M. Byrd.
2 Add to calendar The Crypt People from the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Stanislaus and Vladislaus, Vilnius, Lithuania: Reconstruction of Life Histories using Stable Isotope Analysis. Kaylee L. Schotten, Tosha L. Dupras, Rimantas Jankauskas, Lana J. Williams, Sammantha Holder, John J. Schultz.
3 Add to calendar Change Between Femoral to Humeral Stable Isotopic Nitrogen and Carbon Values During Growth from a Sample of Subadults at Alytus, Lithuania. Katherine E. Page, Tosha L. Dupras, Rimantas Jankauskas, Lana J. Williams, Courtney D. Eleazer, John J. Schultz, Sandra M. Wheeler.
4 Add to calendar Feeding the city: Isotopic reflections of diet at 1st century Petra, Jordan. Laurel M. Appleton, Megan Perry.
5 Add to calendar Dietary Change Following Social Transition at Karystos, Greece. Sean P. Field, Britney Kyle. McIlvaine.
6 Add to calendar An assessment of degenerative joint disease of the hip and shoulder in a Cypriot community from Limassol, Cyprus . Lizette Rodriguez, Robert R. Paine, Xenia-paula Kyriakou.
7 Add to calendar Variation in regional diet and mandibular morphology in prehistoric Japanese hunter-gatherer-fishers. Kara C. Hoover, Frank L. Williams.
8 Add to calendar Biocultural consequences of Spanish contact in the Lambayeque Valley region of northern Peru: Stable isotope and dental microwear analysis as indicators of diet, subsistence, and mobility. Keegan T. Brooks, Carey J. Garland, Bethany L. Turner-Livermore, Haagen Klaus.
9 Add to calendar Disease and Biological Stress in Pre-Hispanic Olmos: Uncovering Regional Health Variation at the Fringes of the Middle Sicán Heartland in Northern Peru (A.D. 900-1100). Anastashia M. Cuddihy, Haagen D. Klaus, Jenna R. Hurtubise, Augustus E. Maheny, Luis Peña.
10 Add to calendar BIOCULTURAL CONSEQUENCES OF SPANISH CONTACT IN THE LAMBAYEQUE VALLEY REGION OF NORTHERN PERU: INTERNAL ENAMEL MICRO-DEFECTS AS INDICATORS OF EARLY LIFE STRESS . Carey J. Garland, Keegan T. Brooks, Bethany L. Turner-Livermore, Haagen D. Klaus.
11 Add to calendar Health and the biological damage hypothesis in the Lambayeque valley: examining the consequences of early life stress in the late pre-Hispanic and Colonial periods. Marisa A. Maughan.
12 Add to calendar Social weaning: childhood diet and health in medieval Canterbury, UK. Patrick Mahoney, Christopher w. Schmidt, Chris Deter, Ashley Remy, Philip Slavin, Justyna Miszkiewicz, Pia Nystrom.
13 Add to calendar Bringing Wine to the Feast: Diet and Status of Late Iron Age and Early Roman Individuals from Winterborne Kingston, UK. Sara A. McGuire, Holger Schutkowski.
14 Add to calendar Child health in the early medieval community from Omey Island, western Ireland. Mario Novak, Tadhg O'Keeffe.
15 Add to calendar Status and Activity in Prehistoric Central California: Patterns of Osteoarthritis in a Social Context. Colleen M. Cheverko, Eric J. Bartelink.
16 Add to calendar Dental Health in a Late Prehistoric Population from Northeastern Ohio. Melissa A. Clark, Lori A. Tremblay Critcher, Ana M. Casado.
17 Add to calendar Understanding the quality of health care available at the Erie County Hospital, Buffalo, New York, 1880-1910. Rosanne L. Higgins, Joyce E. Sirianni, Jennifer L. Raines.