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


Session 24. Bioarchaeology: Diet and Demography. Contributed Podium Presentations. Chair: Holger Schutkowski

March 27, 2015 , Grand Ballroom C Add to calendar
8:00 Add to calendar Prehistoric motherhood: diet from pregnancy to baby-led weaning in the Danube Gorges Mesolithic-Neolithic. Camille de Becdelievre, Gwenaëlle Goude, Jelena Jovanović, Estelle Herrscher, Mélie Le roy, Stéphane Rottier, Sofija Stefanović.
8:15 Add to calendar Variation in Infant Feeding Practices in Ancient Greece: Stable Isotope Analysis of Serial Sections of Dentin. Cynthia S. Kwok, Sandra Garvie-Lok, Anastasia Papathanasiou, M. Anne Katzenberg.
8:30 Add to calendar Weaning trajectories with nitrogen and hydrogen isotope ratios in calcified tissues. Linda M. Reynard, Nicole Burt, Noreen Tuross.
8:45 Add to calendar Exploring childhood diet of survivors and non-survivors in prehistoric Tonga (c. 500 - 150 BP) using isotopic analyses. Christina Stantis, Rebecca L. Kinaston, Michael P. Richards, Hallie R. Buckley.
9:00 Add to calendar Early Childhood Health and Status in Tiwanaku Society. Deborah E. Blom, Emily A. Shea, James P. Allen, Katherine M. Golde.
9:15 Add to calendar Child experiences of the Great Irish Famine (1845–52): Bioarchaeological insights on the impact of institutionalization at Kilkenny Union Workhouse. Jonny Geber.
9:30 Add to calendar Death in the City – Differential non-adult mortality in post-medieval London. Holger Schutkowski, Laura Calderwood, Jo Buckberry.
9:45 Add to calendar Exploring the effects of constant versus age-specific fertility rates on prehistoric population estimates. Amy L. Warren, Uttam Bhat, Lisa Sattenspiel, Alan C. Swedlund, George J. Gumerman.
10:00 Break
10:15 Add to calendar Investigating Economic Specialization on the Central Peruvian Coast: A Reconstruction of Late Intermediate Period Ychsma Diet Using Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes. Sara J. Marsteller, Kelly J. Knudson, Natalya Zolotova.
10:30 Add to calendar Diet, Mobility, and Pathology in Colonial-Period Northern Coastal Peru: Temporal and Site-Specific Variation. Bethany L. Turner, Haagen D. Klaus.
10:45 Add to calendar Dietary trajectories and stable isotope analyses indicate marked diversity between neighboring sites of Samtavro and Tchkantiskhedi (Republic of Georgia, 1st – 6th cAD). Natalie Langowski, Varsha Pilbrow, Antonio Sagona.
11:00 Add to calendar The precarious state of subsistence: reevaluating dental pathological lesions associated with agricultural and hunter-gatherer lifeways. Kathryn E. Marklein, Christina Torres-Rouff, Mark Hubbe.
11:15 Add to calendar Back to basics: Understanding the role of biological processes in adult skeletal age estimation. Catherine E. Merritt.
11:30 Add to calendar Demographic parameters of commingled skeletal samples. Jaime M. Ullinger, Susan G. Sheridan.
11:45 Add to calendar Assessing the Life History of Potential Trophy Heads in the Middle Woodland Period: Isotopic Analysis of Human Remains from the Elizabeth Site (11PK512) in the Lower Illinois River Valley. Daniel S. Jones, Bethany L. Turner, Jane E. Buikstra, George D. Kamenov.