Sociology and Anthropology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Selected Faculty Publications

  • Amy L Best

    Research Interests: Sociology of everyday life, social inequalities, feminist and qualitative approaches to social research, youth and gender, sociology of food

    Selected Publications

    Recent articles and book chapters:
     
    Best, Amy L. 2014. “Youth consumers and the fast-food market: The emotional landscape of micro-encounters, Situations as guide for action.” Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 18:2 (283-300).
     
    “Racing Men: Boys, Risk and the Politics of Race” 2014. reprinted in The Urban Ethnography Reader.  Eds. Mitchell Duneier and Philip Kasinitz, Oxford: Oxford University Press
     
    Best, Amy L. 2013. “Racing Men: Cars, Identity and Performativity” Blackwell’s A Companion to Sport. David Andrews and Ben Carrington (eds.) New York: Blackwell-Wiley.
     
    Johnson, J.L. and Amy Best. 2012. “Radical Normals:  The Moral Career of Straight Parents as Public Advocates for their Gay Children.” Symbolic Interaction 35:3 (321-339).
     
    Best, Amy L. 2011. “Youth Identity Formation: Contemporary Identity Work.” Sociology Compass 5:10 (908-922).
     
  • Johanna K Bockman

    Research Interests: Globalization, neoliberalism, economic sociology, Eastern Europe, socialism and postsocialism, gentrification, Washington, DC

    Selected Publications

    "'Socialist Accounting' by Karl Polanyi: with preface 'Socialism and the embedded economy,'" Theory and Society 45(5)(2016): 385-427. Translated by Ariane Fischer, David Woodruff, and Johanna Bockman. Preface by Johanna Bockman. 

    "Structural Adjustment,” Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (2016).

    "Home Rule from Below: The Cooperative Movement in Washington, DC." Pp. 66-85 in Capital Dilemma: Growth and Inequality in Washington, DC. 2016. Routledge.

    "Socialist Globalization against Capitalist Neocolonialism: The Economic Ideas behind the New International Economic Order," Humanity 6(1)(2015): 109-128. 

    "Neoliberalism," Contexts 12(3)(2013): 14-15.

    "The Long Road to 1989: Neoclassical Economics, Alternative Socialisms, and the Advent of Neoliberalism," Radical History Review 2012(112): 9-42.

    “The Political Projects of Neoliberalism,” Invited Response to Loïc Wacquant’s “Three Steps to a Historical Anthropology of Actually Existing Neoliberalism,” Social Anthropology 20(3) (2012): 310-317. Hungarian translation in Fordulat 2012/2.

    "Scientific Community in a Divided World: Economists, Planning, and Research Priority during the Cold War," Comparative Studies in Society and History 50 (2008): 581-613. Co-authored with Michael Bernstein.

    "The Origins of Neoliberalism between Soviet Socialism and Western Capitalism: 'A galaxy without borders,"' Theory and Society 36(4) (2007): 343-371.

    "Eastern Europe as a Laboratory for Economic Knowledge: The Transnational Roots of Neo-Liberalism," American Journal of Sociology 108 (2002): 310-352. Co-authored with Gil Eyal.

    “Structural Equation Model of Customer Satisfaction for the New York City Subway System. Transportation Research Record 1735 (2000): 133-137. Co-authored with Kenneth Stuart and Mark Mednick.

    Her book Markets in the Name of Socialism: The Left-Wing Origins of Neoliberalism was published by Stanford University Press. Korean translation by Geulhangari Press 2015. Reviews of Markets in the Name of Socialism:

  • John G. Dale

    Research Interests: Globalization; transnational networks; comparative & historical sociology; economic sociology; political sociology; social movements & collective action; sociology of human rights; urban & community development; institutional management of imagination, creativity, and knowledge production; political cultures of impact investing and social entrepreneurship

    Selected Publications

    Free Burma: Transnational Legal Action and Corporate Accountability, (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2011).

    Political Sociology: Power and Participation in the Modern World. 5th Edition. Co-author with Anthony M. Orum, (New York and London: Oxford University Press, 2009).

    Dale, John and David Kyle. 2016. "Smart Humanitarianism: Re-imagining Human Rights in the Age of Enterprise.” Critical Sociology 42 (6): 1-15.

    Dale, John and David Kyle. 2015. “Smart Transitions? Foreign Investment, Disruptive Technology, and Democratic Reform in Myanmar.” Social Research: An International Quarterly, “Special Issue: From Burma to Myanmar: Critical Transitions” Volume 82, No. 2 (Summer): 291-326.

    Dale, John and David Kyle. “The Risky Business of Transformation: Social Enterprise in Myanmar’s Emerging Democracy.” In Melissa Crouch (ed.) The Business of Transition: Law Reform, Development and Economics in Myanmar. (Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming).

    Dale, John. “Transnational Conflict between Peasants and Corporations in Burma: Human Rights and Discursive Ambivalence under the U.S. Alien Tort Claims Act.” In Mark Goodale and Sally Engle Merry, eds. The Practice of Human Rights: Tracking Law between the Global and the Local, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007). Pp. 285-319.

     

     

  • David W Haines

    Research Interests: migration, governance, kinship, information technology, East and Southeast Asia

    Selected Publications

    David Haines, Keiko Yamanaka, and Shinji Yamashita, eds. Wind over Water: Migration in an East Asian Context. Berghahn. 2012.

    David Haines, Safe Haven? A History of Refugees in America. Kumarian Press / Lynne Rienner. 2010.

    David Haines, The Limits of Kinship: South Vietnamese Households, 1954-1975. Northern Illinois University: Southeast Asia Publications. 2006

    David Haines, Cultural Anthropology: Adaptations, Structures, Meanings. Pearson Prentice Hall. 2005.

    David Haines and Carol Mortland, eds. Manifest Destinies: Americanizing Immigrants and Internationalizing Americans.. Praeger. 2001.

  • Nancy W Hanrahan

    Research Interests: critical theory, cultural sociology, feminist theory, music and the arts

    Selected Publications

    “La Découverte Musicale en Régime Numérique: Personnalisation, Popularité et Possibilité Esthétique,” In Philippe Le Guern, ed.  Ou Va La Musique? Numerimorphose et Nouvelles Experiences d’Ecoute. (Presses des Mines: Paris) 2016.

    Big Data, Little Music”, Public Seminar, March, 24, 2014.

    “’If the People Like it, it Must be Good’: Criticism, Democracy and the Culture of Consensus” Cultural Sociology, Volume 7 No 1, March 2013.

    Music, or the Triumph of Technics?”  January 19, 2012.

     “Re-Imagining Critique in Cultural Sociology” (with Sarah S. Amsler) in John R. Hall, Laura Grindstaff, and Ming-cheng Lo, eds., Routledge Handbook of Cultural Sociology (Routledge: London) 2010.

  • Cortney Hughes Rinker

    Research Interests: Medical anthropology, Islam, aging and end-of-life care, Science and Technology Studies, gender, reproductive technologies, Middle East and North Africa and the United States

    Selected Publications

    Religious Apps for Smartphones and Tablets: Reconstructing Authority, Community, and the Nature of Religion, Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion, 12:1-14, 2016. Co-authored with Jesse Roof, Emily Harvey, Elyse Bailey, and Hannah Embler.

    Islam, Development, and Urban Women’s Reproductive Practices. New York:Routledge, 2013.

    "A Place to Belong: Colonial Pasts, Modern Discourses, and Contraceptive Practices in Morocco." In Anthropology of the Middle East and North Africa: Into the New Millennium, edited by Sherine Hafez and Susan Slyomovics, 239-257. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2013.

    Responsible Mothers, Anxious Women: Contraception, Modernization, and Neoliberalism in Morocco. Arab Studies Journal 21(2013): 97-121, 2013. Responsible Mothers, Anxious Women

    Stress, Survival, and Success in Academia 2.0: Lessons from Working Inside and Outside of the Academy. Practicing Anthropology 35(2013): 40-43. Co-authored with Sheena Nahm. Stress, Survival, and Success in Academia 2.0

    Technologies in the Patient Centered Medical Home: Examining the Model from an Enterprise Perspective. Journal of Telemedicine and e-Health 17(2011): 1-6. Co-authored with CAPT R. Marshall, E. Murphy, and SK Mun.
    Technologies in the Patient-Centered Medical Home

  • Mark D Jacobs

    Research Interests: Sociology of culture, social theory, social control and juvenile justice, public scandal

    Selected Publications

    “Financial Crises as Symbols and Rituals,” in The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Finance, eds. Karin Knorr and Alex Preda. Oxford University Press, 2012.

    “The Cultural Sociology of Human Rights.” Mark D. Jacobs and Lester R. Kurtz, in The Handbook of Sociology and Human Rights, eds. David Brunsma, Keri Iyall Smith, and Brian Gran. Paradigm Publishers, 2012.

    Front Page Economics.  Gerald D. Suttles, with Mark D. Jacobs.  University of Chicago Press,  2010. 

    The Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Culture.  Co-editor with Nancy Weiss Hanrahan. Malden, MA. and Oxford:  Blackwell, 2005. (Translated into Chinese and Greek.)

    Screwing the System and Making It Work:  Juvenile Justice in the No-Fault Society.  Univ. of Chicago Press, 1990.  (Paperback, 1993;  excerpted in Ralph A. Weisheit and R. Culbertson, eds., Juvenile Delinquency:  A Justice Perspective, 3rd ed., 4th ed.,  Prospect Heights, IL:  Waveland Press.)             

    Culture, Media, and Public Discourse. ed. Mark D. Jacobs and Anna Lisa Tota. Numero monografico, Cultura e Comunicazione - Culture and Communication, Sezione Processi E Istituzioni Culturali Dell'associazione Italiana Di Sociologia (Section on Culture and Communication of the Italian Sociological Association)(n. 3, 2009).

    Debats et Controverses:  “Art from Start to Finish.”  Sociologie de l’art, Nos. 11-12, 2008

    Cultural Sociology and Sociological Publics.  Special Issue of Poetics, vol. 33, no. 1 (2005).  Co-edited with Lynette P. Spillman.

    “Not on a Friday or Saturday Night:  Performance Anxieties of a College Arts Audience”  Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society 29:4 (Summer 2000).

  • Dae Young Kim

    Research Interests: Immigration, ethnicity, race, Asian American studies, and globalization

    Selected Publications

    Kim, Dae Young.  2014.  “Coping with Racialization: Second-Generation Korean-American Responses to Racial Othering,” in Pyong Gap Min (Ed), Younger-Generation Korean Experiences in the U.S. and Canada.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.  (Forthcoming)

     

    Kim, Dae Young.  2011.  “The Pursuit of Elite High Schools and Colleges among Second-Generation Korean Americans.”  Development and Society 40(2): 225-259.

     

    Kim, Dae Young.  2011.  “Second-Generation Korean Americans and Electoral Politics.”  The Review of Korean Studies 14(3): 123-153.

  • Lester R. Kurtz

    Research Interests: Nonviolent social movements, Gandhi, sociology of religion

    Selected Publications

    Mariam M. Kurtz and Lester R. Kurtz, eds. Women, War and Violence: Topography, Resistance and Hope. 2 volumes. Santa Monica: Praeger, Forthcoming (2014).

    Sharon Erickson Nepstad and Lester R. Kurtz, eds., Nonviolent Conflict and Civil Resistance. Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2012.

    Lester R. Kurtz, Gods in the Global Village:  The World's Religions in Sociological Perspective. Third Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA:  Pine Forge Press/Sage, 2012. Chinese translation of the Second Edition, Beijing: Peking University Press, 2010. Italian translation of the First edition.

    Lester R. Kurtz, Editor-in-Chief, Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, 3 vols. Second Edition. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2008.

    Stephen Zunes, Lester R. Kurtz, and Sarah Beth Asher, eds., Nonviolent Social Movements: A Geographical Approach, edited by Cambridge:  Blackwell, 1999.

    Lester R. Kurtz and Shu-Ju Ada Cheng, eds., Third World Peace Perspectives, Peace Review:  A Transnational Quarterly 10:1 (1998).

    Jennifer Turpin and Lester R. Kurtz, eds., The Web of Violence:  From Interpersonal to Global. Champaign-Urbana:  Univ. of Illinois Press.

    Lester R. Kurtz, The Nuclear Cage:  A Sociology of the Arms Race. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.:  Prentice-Hall, 1988.

    Lester R. Kurtz, The Politics of Heresy:  The Modernist Crisis in Roman Catholicism.  Berkeley: U. of California Press, 1988.

    Lester R. Kurtz, Evaluating Chicago Sociology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984.

  • Justin Patrick Lowry

    Research Interests: Maya archaeology, Central American archaeology, trade in the ancient world, ancient land use, GIS in archaeology

    Selected Publications

    2014 Bonomo, M. F., Lowry, J. P., Tykot, R. H., & Gifford, J. A. “An Exploratory Non‚ÄźDestructive Provenance Analysis of Two Middle Archaic Greenstone Pendants from Little Salt Spring, Florida, USA”. Geoarchaeology, 29(2), 121-137.

    2011 Ardren, T., and Justin P. Lowry. “The travels of Maya merchants in the ninth and tenth centuries AD: investigations at Xuenkal and the Greater Cupul Province, Yucatan, Mexico.” World Archaeology 43(03):428-443.

  • Jeffrey W Mantz

    Research Interests: Political economy; inequality; religion, ritual and spirituality; science and technology; Caribbean; West and Central Africa

    Selected Publications

    Improvisational Economies: Coltan Production in the Eastern Congo." Social Anthropology 16 (2): 34-50.

    “Enchanting Panics and Obeah Anxieties: Concealing and Disclosing Eastern Caribbean Witchcraft” Anthropology and Humanism 32 (1): 18-29.

    “How a Huckster Becomes a Custodian of Moral Markets: Traditions of Flexibility in Exchange in Dominica .” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 14 (1-2): 19-38

    (With James H. Smith) “Do Cellular Phones Dream of Civil War?: The Mystification of Production and the Consequences of Technology Fetishism in the Eastern Congo ” (In Inclusion and Exclusion in the Global Arena . (Ed.) Max Kirsch. New York : Routledge).

  • Patricia A Masters

    Research Interests: Gender, social psychology, community, children and youth, family. and qualitative research methods

    Selected Publications

    The Philadelphia Mummers: Building Community Through Play, Temple University Press, 2007 

  • Karen E Rosenblum

    Research Interests: Comparative stigma, race/ethnicity/gender/sexuality/disability, American social problems, sociology of deviance

    Selected Publications

    Karen Rosenblum, Ying Zhou, and Karen Gentemann. (2009) "Ambivalence: Exploring the American University Experience of the Children of Immigrants." Race, Ethnicity, and Education 12(3):337-348.

    David Haines and Karen Rosenblum. (October 2009) "Perfectly American: Constructing the Refugee Experience." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

     

  • Rashmi Sadana

    Research Interests: Language politics and ideologies, the ethnography of literature, transportation and infrastructure, urban space and design, colonialism, postcolonialism, globalization, India

    Selected Publications

    Books:

    English Heart, Hindi Heartland: The Political Life of Literature in India. Berkeley:University of California Press, 2012.

    The Cambridge Companion to Modern Indian Culture, co-edited with Vasudha Dalmia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

    Articles:

    "Reading Delhi, Writing Delhi: An Ethnography of Literature," Theorizing Fieldwork in the Humanities: Methods, Reflections, and Approaches to the Global South, edited by Shalini Puri and Debra A. Castillo, pp. 151-163. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

    "Sanskritization," The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism, edited by John Stone, et al. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016.

    "Found in Translation: Self, Caste, and Other in Three Modern Texts," A History of the Indian Novel in English, edited by Ulka Anjaria, pp. 147-161. Cambridge University Press, 2015.

    "The City as Literary Field," Public Books, October 2012.

    "The Metro and the Street," Seminar, Issue 636, August 2012: pp. 16-21.

    Four-part series on the Delhi Metro, The Wall Street Journal, India Real Time. May 30-June 2, 2012. 

    Managing Hindi: How we live multilingually and what this says about our language and literature,” The Caravan: a Journal of Politics and Culture. Vol. 4, Issue 4: 62-71. April 2012.

    On the Delhi Metro: An Ethnographic View,” Economic and Political Weekly. Vol. XLV, No.46, November 13-19, 2010: 77-83.

    Two Tales of a City: The Place of English and the Limits of Postcolonial Critique.” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. Vol. 11, No. 1, 2009: 1-15.

    A Suitable Text for a Vegetarian Audience: Questions of Authenticity and the Politics of Translation,” Public Culture: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Transnational Cultural Studies. Vol. 19, No. 2, 2007: 307-328. *Reprinted in Modern Indian Culture and Society, Vol. 4, (ed.) Knut Jacobsen. London: Routledge, 2009.

     

     

     

  • Ingrid Sandole-Staroste

    Selected Publications

    Books:

    A Handbook of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, coedited with Dennis Sandole, Sean Byrne, and Jessica Senehi. London and New York: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group) (2009)

    Women in Transition: Between Socialism and Capitalism. Westport Connecticut and London: Praeger (2002).

    Conflict Management and Problem Solving: Interpersonal to International Applications, coedited with Dennis J.D. Sandole. London: Frances Pinter Publishers, and New York: New York University Press`(1987).

    Selected articles/book chapters

    “Peacebuilding in Fragile African States: The Case for Private Sector Involvement.” co-writtten with Dennis Sandole. Conflict Trends, vol. 3 (2014).
    http://www.accord.org.za/images/downloads/ct/ACCORD-Conflict-Trends-2014-3.pdf

    “Revisiting the Link between Feminist and Human Needs Theories in Conflict Resolution” In Kevin Avruch and Christopher Mitchell (eds.) “Beyond Basic Needs: Linking Theory and Practice. London and New York: Routledge (Taylor & Francis) (2013).

    Book Review of Women and States: Norms and Hierarchies in International Society," by Ann E. Towns. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. Social Forces (12 December 2012 – online publication).

    “Gender Mainstreaming”: An Essential Tool in Conflict Analysis and Resolution.” In Dennis Sandole, Sean Byrne, Jessica Senehi and Ingrid Sandole-Staroste (eds.) A Handbook of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Routledge (Taylor & Francis) (2009).

    “The Fragility of Women’s Human Rights in Tajikistan.” Journal for Central Asian Studies, Summer. (2008)

     

  • Linda J Seligmann

    Research Interests: informal economies and markets,political economy,agrarian issues,gender,Latin America,Andean region,Peru;transnational and transracial adoption,U.S.

    Selected Publications

    BOOKS

    2013 Broken Links, Enduring Ties:American Adoption across Race, Class, and Nation. Stanford:Stanford University Press.

    2004 Peruvian Street Lives:Culture, Power, and Economy among Market Women of Cuzco. Urbana:University of Illinois Press, ("Interpretations of Culture in the New Millennium" series). Cited as an Anthony Leeds Honor Book.

    2001 Women Traders in Cross-Cultural Perspective:Mediating Identities, Marketing Wares (edited volume). Stanford:Stanford University Press.

    1995 Between Reform and Revolution:Political Struggles in the Peruvian Andes, 1969-1991.Stanford: Stanford University Press.

    ARTICLES

    2014 “Between Story-Telling and Critical Analysis:Going Native and Crossing Borders.” Anthropology and Humanism 39(1):10-17.

    2013 “Occupying the Center:  Handicraft Vendors, Cultural Vitality, Commodification, and Tourism in Cusco, Peru.” (with Daniel Guevara). Built Environment Special Issue, “Marketplaces as an Urban Development Strategy.” 39(2): 203-23.

    2009 “The Cultural and Political Economies of Adoption Practices in Andean Peru and the United States. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 14(1): 115-139.

    CHAPTERS

    2014 “Markets.” Pp. 120-141.  In Blackwell Companion to Urban Anthropology, edited by Don Nonini. Oxford:Blackwell Publishing Co.

    2013 “The Politics of Urban Space among Street Vendors of Cusco, Peru.” Pp. 115-36. In Street Economies, Politics, and Urban Social Movements in the Global South.  Karen Tranberg Hansen, Walter Little, and B. Lynne Milgram, eds. Santa Fe: School of American Research.

    2012 “Traditions and Transitions:From Market Women in the Andes to Adoptive Families in the U.S.“ pp. 123-37. In The Restless Anthropologist:  New Fieldsites, New Visions.  Alma Gottlieb, Ed. Univ. of Chicago Press.

    2012 “Contested Spaces:  Street Vendors in the Andean Metropole of Cusco, Peru.” pp. 117-34. In Anthropology in the City:  Methodology and Theory. Edited by Italo Pardo and Guiliana B. Prato. Ashgate Press, Urban Anthropology Series.

    2009 “The Politics of Knowledge and Identity, and the Poetics of Political Economy: The Truth Value of Dividing Bridges.” In Border Crossings: Transnational Americanist Anthropology. Kathleen Fine-Dare and Steven L. Rubenstein, eds. Pp. 34-43. University of Nebraska Press.

    2008 “Agrarian Reform and Peasant Studies:The Peruvian Case.” In A Companion to Latin American Anthropology, Deborah Poole, ed.  Pp. 325-351. Oxford:Blackwell Publishing.

  • Nawa Sugiyama

    Research Interests: Zooarchaeology, Isotope bone chemistry, Mesoamerica, Teotihuacan

    Selected Publications

    Sugiyama, Nawa, Andrew D. Somerville, and Margaret J. Schoeninger (2015) Stable Isotopes and Zooarchaeology at Teotihuacan, Mexico Reveal Earliest Evidence of Wild Carnivore Management in Mesoamerica. PlosOne 10(9): e0135635.

    Sugiyama, Nawa, Gilberto Pérez, Bernardo Rodríguez, Fabiola Torres, and Raúl Valadez (2014) Animals and the State: The Role of Animals in State-Level Rituals in Mesoamerica. In Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World, edited by Sue Ann McCarty and Benjamin Arbuckle, pp.11-31. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

    Sugiyama, Nawa, Saburo Sugiyama, and Alejandro Sarabia (2013) Inside the Sun Pyramid at Teotihuacan, Mexico: 2008-2011 Excavations and Preliminary Results. Latin American Antiquity 24(4):403-432.

    Sugiyama, Nawa, Raúl Valadez, Gilberto Pérez, Bernardo Rodríguez, and Fabiola Torres (2013) Animal Management, Preparation and Sacrifice: Reconstructing Burial 6 at the Moon Pyramid, Teotihuacan, México. Anthropozoologica, special issue, Animals in Funerary Space, edited by Rose-Marie Arbogast and Sébastien Lepetz, 48(2):467-485.

    Sugiyama, Nawa (2013)  Animals that Reside in the Sacred Mountain and Empowered Monuments at Teotihuacan. In Constructing, Deconstructing, and Reconstructing Social Identity –2,000 Years of Monumentality in Teotihuacan and Cholula, Mexico-, edited by Saburo Sugiyama, Shigeru Kabata, Tomoko Taniguichi, and Etsuko Niwa, pp.41-49. Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University, Aichi, Japan.

  • Daniel H Temple

    Research Interests: Bioarchaeology, developmental stress, life history, evolutionary morphology, skeletal and dental biology, evolutionary theory, mortuary practices, hunter-gatherers

    Selected Publications

    Angela R. Lieverse, Daniel H. Temple, Vladimir Bazaliiskii (2014) Paleopathological description and diagnosis of metastatic carcinoma in an Early Bronze Age hunter-gatherer from Cis-Baikal, Siberia. PLoS One: E113919.

    Daniel H. Temple (2014) Plasticity and constraint in response to early-life stressors among Late/Final Jomon period foragers from Japan: evidence for life history trade-offs from incremental microstructures of enamel. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 155: 537-545

    Daniel H. Temple, Alan H. Goodman (2014) Bioarcheology Has a “Health” Problem: Conceptualizing Stress and Health in Bioarcheological Research. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 155: 186-191.

    Daniel H. Temple, Vladimiir I. Bazaliiskii, Olga I. Goriunova, Andrzej Weber (2014) Skeletal Growth in Early and Late Neolithic Foragers from the Cis Baikal Region of Eastern Siberia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153:377-386.

    Daniel H. Temple, Masato Nakatsukasa, Jennifer N. McGroarty (2012) Reconstructing patterns of systemic stress in a Jomon period subadult using incremental microstructures of enamel. Journal of Archaeological Science 39: 1634-1641. 

     

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