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

Session 4. Bioarchaeology: Diet, Trauma and Care. 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 Linear enamel hypoplasia frequencies with the rise of urbanism at Tel Megiddo. Cecelia Chisdock, Alison Brooks, Eric Cline, David Hunt, Susan Sheridan.
2 Add to calendar Metagenomic analysis of human dental calculus in the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic central Balkans. Claudio Ottoni, Ron Pinhasi, Dušan Borič, Emanuela Critiani.
3 Add to calendar Genomic and proteomic evidence for Mycobacterium leprae in human medieval dental calculus from Trondheim, Norway. Ashild J. Vagene, Anna K. Fotakis, Sean D. Denham, Miren Orbegozo, Meaghan Mackie, Jesper V. Olsen, Enrico Cappellini, Axel Christophersen, M.t.p Gilbert.
4 Add to calendar Oral Health in the Inka Heartland: A Tale of Two Sites. Macie L. Orrand, Bethany L. Turner.
5 Add to calendar Temporal Changes of Periodontal Disease in the Neolithic Jomon, Japan. Aiko Saso, Katherine Hampson, Osamu Kondo.
6 Add to calendar Prehistoric health on the Southern coast of Brazil related to worldwide subsistence practices. Sydney M. Baker, Mark Hubbe.
7 Add to calendar Stressed to Death: Stable isotope evidence of pathophysiological stress from young people with leprosy buried at a Medieval English leprosarium. Kori Lea Filipek, Charlotte Roberts, Janet Montgomery, Rebecca Gowland, Julia Beaumont.
8 Add to calendar Incremental Dental Collagen Isotope Analysis and Reconstructing Childhood Diet at an 18th-19th Century Land-Owning Family in North Carolina. Megan A. Perry, Corrine Taylor, Robert H. Tykot.
9 Add to calendar Something Fishy in Denmark? An Analysis of Freshwater and Marine Fish Consumption in Medieval Denmark. Ashley C. Dawson, Cassady Y. Urista.
10 Add to calendar Health implications of diet at Tell el-Amarna. Cheyenne J. Lewis.
11 Add to calendar ELUCIDATING THE PERPETUATION OF SYSTEMIC VIOLENCE IN BIOARCHAEOLOGICAL PRACTICES: An examination of postmortem violence through the lens of historic Eastern Cemetery. Cassidy M. Hurt, Codi N. Goodwyn.
12 Add to calendar Bioarchaeology of violence and medieval monasteries in Central Europe. Anna Pankowská, Patrik Galeta, Petra Uhlík Spěváčková, Karel Nováček.
13 Add to calendar Hip trauma and convalescence: The case for care at Ghazali. Robert J. Stark, Joanna Ciesielska, Artur Obłuski.
14 Add to calendar Coming Apart at the Seams: A Bioarchaeology of Care analysis of 50-59 year old female with tuberculosis from the Middle Archaic Midwest (6000 – 3000 BC). Alecia Schrenk.
15 Add to calendar First, Do No Harm: The Efficacy of a Late 19th and Early 20th Institution of Care. Lori A. Tremblay.
16 Add to calendar An osteobiographical model of care: Case study of Carrier Mills, IL Individual 194. Kaleigh C. Best, Jessica R. Spencer, Kevin N. Cabrera, Alecia Schrenk.
17 Add to calendar Multiple traumas: health care among an Early Medieval community in Italy (Selvicciola, 4th-8th centuries AD). Ileana Micarelli, Robert R. Paine, Mary Anne Tafuri, Giorgio Manzi.
18 Add to calendar The Paradoxical Embodiment of Violence and Injuries on a Colonial Sugar Plantation: Bioarchaeological Evidence from Newton Plantation, Barbados. Kristrina A. Shuler.