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“Your research is a great example of "bioarchaeology," the integration of archaeological data with biological evidence.”
“The faculty are from anthropology/bioarchaeology disciplines.”
“A bioarchaeology pioneer on the hidden truths in our skeletons”
“For more than 30 years, Jane Buikstra has been at the forefront of bioarchaeology, a disclipline that mines bone for data on age, health, diet, disease, and genetic relationships.”
“You're credited with coining the term "bioarchaeology.”
“What are some of the questions bioarchaeology can answer?”
“She specializes in household archaeology, human paleopathology, and bioarchaeology.”
“I also sell handmade clothing and accessories on Etsy. com and am researching graduate programs in bioarchaeology and dentition.”
“There's an M.S. in skeletal and dental bioarchaeology, and an M.A. in learning and thinking.”
“Verano -- a physical anthropologist who specializes in human skeletal biology, paleopathology, bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology -- concluded that the ratio of females to males among the skeletal remains wasn't as skewed toward females as Eaton and Bingham believed.”
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