Snap-shots of research: Personhood of perinates in the past — The Bioarchaeology of Childhood

This month we are featuring Dr Tracy Betsinger who is an Assistant Professor from SUNY Oneonta. Prior to joining SUNY Oneonta, Dr. Betsinger held a post-doctoral research position with the Global History of Health Project at Ohio State University. Tracy working on a perinate from the post-medieval Drawsko collection, Poland (while pregnant with a fetal […]

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One Response to Snap-shots of research: Personhood of perinates in the past — The Bioarchaeology of Childhood

  1. Karen Nemet-Nejat says:

    Unfortunately, this is only beginning to happen in the field of ancient languages. Few women get real jobs teaching what they learned; rather, they get jobs teaching either anything ancient in history or anything modern in the Middle East. We can write about gender topics and translate texts and do comparative research, but jobs are still few and far between.

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