Building a Bioarchaeology of Pandemic, Epidemic, and Syndemic Diseases
Lessons for Understanding COVID-19
As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the scientific community has met the SARS-CoV-2 virus with efficient and effective...
Survivors of Epidemic Infections and the Bioarchaeology of Impairment and Disability
Epidemics and pandemics are typically discussed in terms of morbidity and mortality, susceptibility and immunity, and social responses to and...
Institutionalization within the Context of Pandemic Infectious Disease
Examining Social Vulnerability to the 1918 Influenza Pandemic among Individuals Institutionalized in the Mississippi State Asylum
Though vulnerability to pandemic infectious disease is primarily measured by biological risk of medical complications, social vulnerability is...
Intersectionality refers to the potential for multiple axes of identity to overlap and interact within a single individual, whose lived...
Paleoepidemiological Considerations of Mobility and Population Interaction in the Spread of Infectious Diseases in the Prehistoric Past
The processes of human mobility have been well demonstrated to influence the spread of infectious disease globally in the present and the past....
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has justifiably captured the attention of people around the world since late 2019. It has produced in many people...
Zoonoses are significant in human histories, and in histories of other species and the environment. Diseases have been an important evolutionary...