Monthly Archives: November 2016

Call for Proposals: New Book Series

SSCIP member Professor David Lancy invites proposals for a new book series, Palgrave Studies in the Anthropology of Children and Youth The goal of this series is to advance a robust new  sub-field in anthropology that treats childhood and adolescence … Continue reading

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How teeth can tell the story of your secret stresses — The Bioarchaeology of Childhood | Sian Halcrow

As the most vulnerable members of any population, infants and children are dependent on others for their survival. They are the most represented groups in cemetery samples, simply because surviving past the first year of life is no mean feat … Continue reading

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