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

Session 19. Dental Anthropology: Variation, Disease, Diet. Contributed Podium Presentations. Chair: Katie Zejdlik

April 16, 2020 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Diamond 8-9 Add to calendar
2:30PM Add to calendar Inter-population differences in enamel secretion rates: a comparison between modern and ancient populations. Christopher Aris, Patrick Mahoney, Mackie C. O'Hara, Chris Deter.
2:45PM Add to calendar Retzius lines: an inconstant biorhythm in human teeth. Gina McFarlane, Debbie Guatelli-steinberg, Carolina Loch, Sophie White, Rosie Pitfield, Priscilla Bayle, Bruce Floyd, Patrick Mahoney.
3:00PM Add to calendar Human enamel-dentine junction morphology evolves neutrally and tracks population history. Tesla A. Monson.
3:15PM Add to calendar Dental non-metric morphological affinities of SE Brazilian coastal and riverine shellmound builders. Daniel Fidalgo, Veronica Wesolowski, Mark Hubbe.
3:30PM Add to calendar The Continuing Deciduous Dilemma – Investigating Early Infant Stress and Maternal Health in Neolithic Northern Vietnam. Alisha B. Adams, Siân E. Halcrow, Hiep Hoang Trinh, Nguyen Thi Mai Huong, Tran Thi Minh, Marc F. Oxenham.
3:45PM Add to calendar Build-A-Calculus: Experimental dietary research on in vitro dental calculus. Bjørn Peare Bartholdy, Femke H. Reidsma, Amanda G. Henry.
4:00PM Add to calendar Something to chew on: Comparing dentine exposure in ancient Egyptians and dental age estimation standards. Casey L. Kirkpatrick.
4:15PM Add to calendar A Dental Revolution? How dietary changes during the British Industrial Revolution transformed masticatory behaviours. Christopher M. Silvester, Simon Hillson, James Steele, Ottmar Kullmer.
4:30PM Add to calendar More than maize? New insights into dietary patterns at the early Fort Ancient site, Turpin (33Ha19), from microwear analysis. Emma M. Lagan, Christopher W. Schmidt, Robert A. Cook.
4:45PM Add to calendar Dental reduction, physiological stress, and changing subsistence: Alterations to dental characteristics associated with the transition to agriculture in prehistoric Ohio. Erin C. Blankenship-Sefczek, John P. Hunter, Mark Hubbe, Robert Cook, Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg.
5:00PM Add to calendar Diet of the South Tombs Cemetery individuals at Amarna, Egypt. Kristin L. Krueger, Jessica R. Scott.
5:15PM Add to calendar They came, they saw, they masticated: Mandible morphology, mastication and diet in Roman Britain. Cara S. Hirst.