Monthly Archives: February 2016

Snap-shots of Research: Early life stress and later life outcomes in Southeast Asian prehistory

Introducing Snap-shots of research in the bioarchaeology of children. As part of this blog, I will feature the work of bioarchaeologists with an interest in infant and child remains through mini-int… Source: Snap-shots of Research: Early life stress and later … Continue reading

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Upcoming meetings | Childhood bioarchaeology

Source: Upcoming meetings | Childhood bioarchaeology A collation of sessions and conferences that are coming up on the study of childhood in the past

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Little Lives: New Perspectives on Child Health and the Life Course in Bioarchaeology

Saturday 30th January 2016 – Department of Archaeology, Durham University Report by Conference Organisers: Sophie Newman, Lauren Walther and Claire Hodson On Saturday 30th January 2016 the Little Lives conference was held within the Department of Archaeology, Durham University, and … Continue reading

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Comparing Archaeologies of Childhood Session at the World Archaeological Congress

Below is a message from Robin Derricourt about a session to be held at WAC this year, that may be of interest to some members: Dear Colleague, The next World Archaeological Congress will be held this year (28 August to … Continue reading

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New registration information for SSCIP Conference, Durham September 2016

New registration information is now included below and now at the link. Conference organisers Rebecca Gowland and Ellen Kendall are delighted to announce that the 9th International SSCIP conference will be held at the stunning UNESCO world heritage site at … Continue reading

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Fetuses in bioarchaeology

A new blog post on the bioarchaeology of foetuses Source: Fetuses in bioarchaeology

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