Structural Violence and Physical Death at Tlatelolco
Selecting the Chronically Malnourished for Sacrifice at a Late Postclassic Mesoamerican City (1300–1521 CE)
Human sacrifice in Mesoamerican cities was diverse and highly ritualized, and it remains incompletely understood. Knowing who was selected for...
The Inka Empire (1400–1532 A.D.) has been intensively studied by ethnohistorians and archaeologists, but there is comparatively little published...
Impairment to the skeleton provides tangible traces that bioarchaeologists can study to understand disease and disability in the past. However,...
Growing Up at Villamagna
Sex, Gender, and Stress During Growth and Development in a Medieval Italian Community
This study examines the interplay between sex, gender, and child-rearing using multiple markers of skeletal growth
and health in the...