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Colonized bodies, worlds transformed : toward a global bioarchaeology of contact and colonialism

Author: Melissa Scott Murphy; Haagen D Klaus; Clark Spencer Larsen
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2017]
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"This book merges bioarchaeology and historical archaeology to examine changes to diet, mortuary practices, and diseases in post-fifteenth century colonialism from a global perspective"--Provided by publisher.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melissa Scott Murphy; Haagen D Klaus; Clark Spencer Larsen
ISBN: 9780813060750 0813060753
OCLC Number: 945357417
Description: xvii, 459 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Contents: Transcending conquest : bioarchaeological perspectives on conquest and culture contact for the twenty-first century / Melissa S. Murphy and Haagen D. Klaus --
Life, Death, and Mortuary Practices After Contact and Colonialism. Exhuming differences and continuities after colonialism at Puruchuco-Huaquerones, Peru / Melissa S. Murphy, Maria Fernanda Boza, and Catherine Gaither --
New Kingdom Egyptian colonialism in Nubia at the third cataract : a diachronic examination of sociopolitical transition (1750-650 B.C.) / Michele R. Buzon and Stuart Tyson Smith --
Escaping conquest? : A first look at regional cultural and biological variation in postcontact Eten, Peru / Haagen D. Klaus and Rosabella Alvarez-Calderón --
The social structuring of biological stress in contact-era Spanish Florida : a bioarchaeological case study from Santa Catalina de Guale, St. Catherines Island, Georgia / Lauren A. Winkler, Clark Spencer Larsen, Victor D. Thompson, Paul W. Sciulli, Dale L. Hutchinson, David Hurst Thomas, Elliot H. Blair, and Matthew C. Sanger --
Frontiers, Colonial Entanglements, and Diversity. Living on the edge : Maya identity and skeletal biology on the Spanish frontier / Amanda R. Harvey, Marie Elaine Danforth, and Mark N. Cohen --
Double coloniality in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina : a bioarchaeological and historiographical approach to Selk'nam demographics and health (La Candelaria Mission, late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries) / Ricardo A. Guichón, Romina Casali, Pamela García Laborde, Melisa A. Salerno, and Rocío Guichón --
Impacts of imperial interests on health and economy in the Byzantine Near East / Megan A. Perry --
Imperialism and physiological stress in Rome, first to third centuries A.D. / Kristina Killgrove --
The Body and Identity Under Colonialism. Survival and abandonment of indigenous head-shaping practices in Iberian America after European contact / Vera Tiesler and Pilar Zabala --
A glimpse of the ancient régime in the French colonies : a consideration of ancestry and health at the Moran site (22HR511), Biloxi, Mississippi / Marie Elaine Danforth, Danielle N. Cook, J. Lynn Funkhouser, Barbara T. Hester, and Heather Guzik --
Effects of colonialism from the perspective of craniofacial variation : comparing case studies involving African populations / Isabelle Ribot, Alan G. Morris, and Emily S. Renschler --
Hybridity? Change? Continuity? Survival? : Biodistance and the identity of colonial burials from Magdalena de Cao Viejo, Chicama Valley, Peru / Alejandra Ortiz, Melissa S. Murphy, Jason Toohey, and Catherine Gaither --
The bioarchaeology of colonialism : past perspectives and future prospects / Christopher M. Stojanowski.
Other Titles: Toward a global bioarchaeology of contact and colonialism
Responsibility: edited by Melissa S. Murphy and Haagen D. Klaus ; foreword by Clark Spencer Larsen.
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