Complexity and Power: A Bioarchaeological Analysis of Socioeconomic Change on the Copacabana Peninsula, 800 BC–AD 200
Between 800 BC and AD 200, people in the Titicaca Basin of Peru and Bolivia began practicing agriculture, living in sedentary settlements, and...
A Novel Investigation into Migrant and Local Health-Statuses in the Past: A Case Study from Roman Britain
Migration continues to be a central theme in archaeology, and bioarchaeology has made significant contributions toward understanding the disease...
Broken Childhoods: Rural and Urban Non-Adult Health during the Industrial Revolution in Northern England (Eighteenth–Nineteenth Centuries)
During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, England underwent a period of rapid urbanization and industrialization. The detrimental effects...