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La Manta and La Clinica: Raising children in a Limeno migrant community
This dissertation investigates experiences and practices of childrearing in an impoverished community of Andean migrants living in a single neighborhood in Lima, Peru. Research was conducted with families with children ...
Tale of a Test Pit: The research history of a midden column from the Turkey Pen site, Utah
Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting. In 1972 R.G. Matson and a small crew excavated a dry, stratified midden at a Pueblo Cliff Dwelling site in Grand Gulch, as part of the Cedar Mesa Project. ...
How Many Turkeys Did It Take to Make a Blanket?
This talk was presented at the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument Visitor Center in Dolores, Colorado.
LEADERSHIP, PRESTIGE, AND SOCIAL LEARNING ACROSS TRADITIONAL SOCIETIES
Evolutionary approaches to leadership are reinvigorating and unifying a diverse field. Influential evolutionary theories in anthropology have increasingly linked human leadership with prestige and social learning. Until ...
ETHNOBIOLOGY, ILLNESS PERCEPTIONS, AND HEALTH EDUCATION AMONG MAASAI CHILDREN IN NORTHERN TANZANIA
Medical anthropology specializes in documenting the nuances of ethnomedical systems across cultures and works with stakeholders at various levels of socio-ecological systems to address illness-related problems and promote ...
Setting the Stage: The Landscape Archaeology of the Cedar Mesa Basketmaker II
This paper was presented at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Albuquerque, New Mexico.