Our former graduate student Dr. Courtney Andrews has written a chapter in the volume Well-Being as a Multidimensional Concept: Understanding Connections among Culture, Community, and Health published by Lexington Books.
Dr. Katie Chiou and her colleague Dr. Paul Szpak have published a new article titled “A comparison of nitrogen isotope compositions of charred and desiccated botanical remains from northern Peru,”
Our department will now waive GRE scores for applications, and additionally, we now have approval for two dual-degree programs (MA/MPH and MPH/PhD) in Biocultural Health Promotion. These programs will be
Dr. Tokovinine has just published a book chapter on Classic Maya landscapes of war in a book put out by the University of Colorado Press. The chapter is attached, and
Larry has written an article for a special issue of the Journal of Cultural Cognitive Sciences titled “Cultural models of male body image, fat, and acceptable personhood among Euro-Americans and
Our former students, Dr. Mirjam Holleman and Cayla Colclasure, have won Outstanding Dissertation and Thesis awards for The College of Arts & Sciences They have also been nominated for the
Our own Dr. Jessica Kowalski is now the Station Archaeologist for the Arkansas Archaeological Survey and Research Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas. Congratulations Jessica!
“What tattoos really do to our bodies’ immune systems” by our own Chris Lynn has been picked up by CNN Health. Congrats, Chris!
Dr. Brown’s new book China Memories: Journal of an Archaeologist in the Three Gorges Region of the Yangtze River in 1999, has just been released. This volume deals mostly with
Attached are two book reviews by Dr. Ian Brown on books that were just released. The first is from American Antiquity and reviews Terry A. Barnhart’s American Antiquities: Revisiting the Origins of