The 89th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2020)


Session 3. Bioarchaeology: Demography, Migration, and Identity. Contributed Posters. Chair: Melissa S. Murphy

April 16, 2020 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., Platinum Ballroom Add to calendar
8:00AM Poster setup
9:00AM Poster session opens
2:00PM Odd number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
5:30PM Even number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
6:30PM Poster removal
1 Add to calendar Flowers born to blush unseen: The biological and cultural context of fetal and perinatal mortality in 18th-19th century South Shields, England. Delaney Mitchell, Elizabeth Craig-Atkins.
2 Add to calendar Infant Mortality in Archaic Athens (ca. 700-480 BCE): An investigation into the Jar Burials of Phaleron Cemetery. Jessica E. Rothwell, Eleni Anna Prevedorou, Jane E. Buikstra.
3 Add to calendar Population Dynamics at the Late Copper Age site of Budakalász (Hungary). Amy N. Karabowicz.
4 Add to calendar Tomb 2 at Las Huacas, Chincha Valley: The demographic profile and mortuary practices of a Late Horizon commingled tomb. Emilie M. Cobb, Jordan A. Dalton, Juliana G. Mejía.
5 Add to calendar Determination of Sex Ratios Using the Proximal Femur from Midnight Terror Cave, A Commingle Skeletal Deposit. Erika L. McMullin.
6 Add to calendar Sex Differentials in Mortality in the Bedlam Burial Ground. Allison Ham, Sharon N. DeWitte.
7 Add to calendar Paleodemographic representation indices of a large, single-site graveyard excavation. Fabian Kanz, Barbara Rendl, Ronald Risy, Stephanie Winter, Karl Grossschmidt.
8 Add to calendar The intersectional effects of sex and socioeconomic status on risk of mortality in industrializing England. Samantha L. Yaussy.
9 Add to calendar Demographics of 19th century Italian psychiatric patients: A review of the Siena Craniological Collection. Jacqueline M. Berger.
10 Add to calendar Ill at Home vs Hospital: Survival and Physiological Stress Comparison of Medieval England. Sina D. White.
11 Add to calendar Vital records: The demography of an early twentieth century medical school anatomical cadaver collection. Derinna V. Kopp, Meghan E. Banton.
12 Add to calendar Biological diversity and social organization at Early Bronze Age Karataş-Semayük. Donovan M. Adams, Kellsie A. Goodhart, Ali Metin Büyükkarakaya, Marin A. Pilloud.
13 Add to calendar Revisiting Helton: Navigating identity through selective Mississippianization on the fringes of Cahokia. Amanda N. Rossillo.
14 Add to calendar Mobility of people or cultural affinities? Strontium isotope research at Estark-Joshaqan, a multi-phase cemetery at the western border of Iranian Central Plateau. Joanna Trębicka, Javad Hosseinzadeh, Arkadiusz Sołtysiak.
15 Add to calendar Life at the crossroads: Isotopic investigations of diet and mobility in late prehistoric Transylvania. Jess Beck, Horia I. Ciugudean, Colin P. Quinn, Claes Uhnér, Christopher F. Pare, Gabriel Bălan, Raluca Burlacu-Timofte, Tamsin C. O'Connell.
16 Add to calendar Inferring geographic origins and migration among Middle Formative individuals from the Central Highlands of Mesoamerica using strontium isotopes. Paige A. Lynch, Heather J. H. Edgar, Victor J. Polyak, Giselle Canto Aguilar, Alejandro Argüelles, Corey S. Ragsdale, Yemane Asmerom, Keith M. Prufer.
17 Add to calendar Maize, migration, and mobility: Variation in long bone functional adaptation in the pre- and protohistoric American Southwest. Jacklyn J. Rogers, Daniel H. Temple, David Hunt.
18 Add to calendar The Interchange of Cultures: Egyptian-Nubian Entanglements in Mortuary Practices in Ancient Nubia. Kari A. Guilbault, Michele R. Buzon.
19 Add to calendar Investigating Mortuary Patterns and Community Organization at the Late Iron Age site of Ban Pong Manao, Central Thailand. Gina Palefsky, Chin-hsin Liu, Kaewsiri Devanwaropakorn.
20 Add to calendar Bounding Middle Period cemetery use in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. William J. Pestle, Mark Hubbe, Christina Torres-Rouff.
21 Add to calendar A Partial Cremation from the Later Stone Age of Northern Malawi. Alex Bertacchi, Jessica Cerezo-Román, Jessica C. Thompson, Jay Stock, Douglas Kennett, Flora Schilt, Elizabeth Gomani-Chindebvu.
22 Add to calendar Bio-molecular characterization of Ancient Romans: a powerful tool for the biological dissection of the widest city of Ancient World. Flavio De Angelis, Cristina Martínez-labarga, Andrea Battistini, Stefania Di Giannantonio, Walter Pantano, Sara Varano, Virginia Veltre, Federica Zavaroni, Paola Catalano, Tullia Di Corcia, Marco Romboni, Stefania Zingale, Olga Rickards.
23 Add to calendar Re-evaluating Forced Migration in a Population of Enslaved Africans from a Revolutionary War Era cemetery in Charleston, SC with a new Revolutionary era strontium baseline. Chelsey A. Juarez.
24 Add to calendar Forced Migration and the Skeletal Record at Fort Amsterdam Depot, St Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean. Felicia J. Fricke, Jason E. Laffoon.
25 Add to calendar ‘The forgotten of antebellum Natchez: A bioarcheological case study of the nineteenth century Fort Rosalie burial ground’. Brittney K. Shields.
26 Add to calendar Missionization and shifting mobility on the southeastern Maya Spanish frontier:  Identifying immigration to the Maya site of Tipu, Belize through the use of strontium and oxygen isotopes. Willa R. Trask.
27 Add to calendar The role of stable hydrogen isotope analysis of bone collagen in refining dietary interpretations at prehistoric Paquimé (Casas Grandes), Mexico. Courtney McConnan Borstad, Adrianne Offenbecker, Stephen Taylor, M. Anne Katzenberg.
28 Add to calendar Residential mobility or Little Ice Age environments? Interpreting bone carbonate δ18O values of early to mid 19th c. Philadelphia burials. Elizabeth A. McGuire, Kimberlee Moran, Maja Šešelj, Rhonda L. Quinn.
29 Add to calendar "Immortal, though he lies under the ground": Osteobiographies of three individuals from the first Battle of Himera (480 BCE). Katherine L. Reinberger, Laurie J. Reitsema, Britney Kyle, Stefano Vassallo.
30 Add to calendar A curious case of prehistoric patchwork: the manipulation of a Neolithic skeletal remains from Pommeroeul, Belgium. Barbara Veselka, David Reich, Giacomo Capuzzo, Rebecca Bernardos, Laureline Cattelain, Kimberly Callan, Fatma Zalzala, Charlotte Sabaux, Mathieu Boudin, Henrica Annaert, Sarah Dalle, Marta Hlad, Guy De Mulder, Ioannis Kontopoulos, Kevin Salesse, Amanda Sengeløv, Elisavet Stamataki, Martine Vercauteren, Eugene Warmenbol, Dries Tys, Christophe Snoeck.
31 Add to calendar Life and death of a Croatian noblewoman: a (bio)archaeological approach. Mario Novak, Ivor Jankovic, Tajana Plese, Fabio Cavalli.
32 Add to calendar Osteobiography of the decapitated Meyer Site (Spencer County, Indiana) Feature 42 Subadult. Jennifer Heilmann, Grace Holmes, Alexis D. Martinez, Mackenzie Vermillion, Victoria Leaman, Christopher Schmidt.
33 Add to calendar A New Discovery of Human Sacrifice in the Lambayeque Valley: Wari Imperialism and Ritual Violence at Huaca Santa Rosa, North Coast Peru. Francesca A. Reimer, Haagen D. Klaus, Olha Lysa, Katherine Sargent, Edgar Bracamonte, Walter Alva.
34 Add to calendar Who and when? Dental modification in coastal Ecuador. Sara L. Juengst, Brittany Hundman.
35 Add to calendar Our Daily Bread: Intersections of Dental Health, Social Status, and Religious Identity in Early Medieval Central Europe. Lauren Hosek.
36 Add to calendar Early twentieth-century dissection methods:  A case study from the early years of the University of Utah’s School of Medicine. Meghan E. Banton, Derinna V. Kopp.
37 Add to calendar Handprints on Bricks from Xiheidai Cemetery during the Jin and Yuan Period in Inner Mongolia, China. Pengzhen Li, Ting Gao, Ye Fei, Qian Wang, Quanchao Zhang.
38 Add to calendar Skeletal Demography in Neolithic and Bronze-Iron Age Northern China. Jiaxin Li, Quanchao Zhang, Qian Wang.
39 Add to calendar The Skeletal Remains of Members of the Royal Orchestra of the Marquis Yi of Zeng During the Zhou Dynasty, China. Xuezhu Liao, Ting Gao, Ye Fei, Lingyu An, Quanchao Zhang, Qian Wang.
40 Add to calendar Defining the meaning of “population” in archaeological contexts: A study on modern interpretations of ancient cranial variation. Sarah A. Poniros.