The Annual 'Year in Anthropology' Symposium

Our faculty and graduates have very active research programs, and on average we present approximately 60 posters and presentations per year at local, national, and international conferences.  The Year in Anthropology symposium is a day-long event that is held every September, which allows us to present and share our research to each other after we have already presented at that year's conferences and meetings.  The posters are mounted along the east hallway in Smith Laboratories and remain there until the following year.  Come join us for a glimpse of what's happening at OSU Anthropology!

Our annual meeting for 2017 will happen Wednesday, September 6, between 2 and 6 pm.  Please contact Dr. Mark Hubbe for information about participating.

4th YEAR IN ANTHROPOLOGY CONFERENCE        September 6, 2017

 

Program:

 

Time

Authors

Title

Area

Original Conference

 

2:00 – 2:15

Field, J; Roos, C; Dudgeon, J; Hazard, R; Commendador,

                AS          

 

Push and Pull Factors in Inland Settlement

 

Archaeology

 

SAA 2017

2:15 – 2:30

Weiland, A; Crawford, L;

Ruby, B

Fires at axis mundi: macro- and microbotanical investigations of a Hopewell

woodhenge

Archaeology

SAA 2017

2:30 – 2:45

Yerkes, R

Social Dynamics and Archaeological Sciences at Neolithic Tells: Investigations on the Great Hungarian Plain by the Körös Regional Archaeological Project

Archaeology

SAA 2017

2:45 – 3:00

Downey, S; Haas, R

Early Warning Signals of Demographic Collapse Detected in a Meta-Database of European Neolithic Radiocarbon Dates

Archaeology

SAA 2017

3:00 – 3:15

Yotebieng, K

Exploring Alternatives to Camps: Perspectives from Ethnographic Research with Urban Refugees in Yaoundé, Cameroon

Cultural Anthropology

AAA 2016

3:15 – 3:30

Kawa, Nick

The Social Network of US Academic Anthropology

Cultural

                 Anthropology             

AAA 2016

3:30 – 4:15

BREAK & POSTERS

 

 

 

4:15 – 4:30

Moritz, M

Open Property Regimes as Complex Adaptive Systems

Cultural

                 Anthropology             

XVI Biennial IASC

4:30 – 4:45

Arceño, MA

Picture Perfect? Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of Pictorial

Representations of Food-Based Dietary Guidelines,

Cultural

Anthropology

6th ICFS

4:45 – 5:00

O’Hara, M

Systemic differences in enamel defect expression between sexes of three conspecific primate species from Sabah, Borneo

Biological Anthropology

IASC 2017

 

5:00 – 5:15

Piperata, BA; Schmeer, KK; Herrera Rodriguez, A; Salazar Torres, VM

Food insecurity and maternal mental distress in Nicaragua: potential limitations on the moderating role of social support

Biological Anthropology

 

HBA2017

5:15 – 5:30

Downey, KI; Herrera, B; Hubbe, M

Worldwide modern human morphological variation: exploring the association between morphological modules and climate and geographic distances

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

5:45 – 6:00

Crews, DE; Marklein, KE

Hale and Frail: Skeletal Frailty in Medieval and Postmedieval London

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017


POSTERS

 

 

Authors

Title

Area

Original Conference

1

Clark, M

The Archaeology of Pregnancy Loss

Archaeology

SAA 2017

2

Ivory, SJ; Russell, J

Climate and disturbance controls on tropical African forests

Archaeology

American Geophysical Union

3

Arbogast, D; Arnold, J; Buffington, A; Weiland, A

How Stable are Phytoliths? An Examination of Cross-Contamination during Phytolith Extraction

Archaeology

Denman and SEA

4

Mendel. C

An Evaluation of Turkey Foddering and Management Via Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes in the Chuska Valley, Tohatchi Flats, New Mexico

Archaeology

Denman

5

Sutton, FS; Cohen, JH

Defining the Liminal Athlete: The Untold Sports Story Found in Food Narratives

Cultural Anthropology

AAA 2016

6

Gardiner, E

The role of local processes of land privatization on land (in)security in Burkina Faso

Cultural Anthropology

LANDac 2017

 

7

Blankenship-Sefczek, EC; Guatelli-Steinberg, D; Goodman AH

 

Tooth size, trait expression, and nutritional stress

Biological Anthropology

 

AAPA 2017

8

Clark, M

Mortality Effects of Discrimination in Post-Medieval Ireland

Biological

                Anthropology                

AAPA 2017

9

Cole, MB; Stout SD

Optimization of a Protocol for Visualizing Vascular and Cellular Pore Networks

in Human Bone Using Multiphoton Confocal Microscopy

Biological

Anthropology

AAFS 2017

10

Cole, MB; Stout SD

Three-dimensional reconstruction of vascular pore networks in the human rib from two-dimensional serial sections

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

 

11

Stamer, JR; Reinberger, KL; Kyle,B; Fabbri, PF; Vassallo, S; Reitsema, LJ

Assembling a Winning Army: Strontium Isotope Analysis of Local and Non- Local Soldiers from the Ancient Greek Battles of Himera (480 BCE, 409 BCE)

Biological Anthropology

 

AAPA 2017

 

12

Weiss, NM; Vercellotti, G; Boano, R; Girotti, M; Stout, SD

Skeletal Height Estimation in Medieval Bioarchaeological Collections from Piedmont, Italy

Biological Anthropology

 

AAPA 2017

13

O’Hara, M; Guatelli- Steinberg, D

Are developmental defects of enamel acquired according to seasonal schedules in Bornean gibbons and orangutans? An autocorrelation analysis

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

14

Fannin, LD

Length variation in the sectorial premolar in Cercopithecus: Implications for selection in both males and females

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

15

Edes, AN; Wolfe, BA; Crews, DE

Gorilla Social Dynamics: Only heterosexual relationships impact long-term stress in captive western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla).

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

16

Edes, AN; Crews, DE

On Our Own: DHEA-S associations with age and sex in humans are not observed in one of our closest relatives

Biological Anthropology

HBA2017

17

Lagan, E

Refining a Traditional Method in Dental Wear Analysis for Greater Application

Biological

                Anthropology                

AAPA 2017


 

Authors

Title

Area

Original Conference

18

Herrera, B; Hubbe, M

Comparative Sub-Regional Population Structure within South America Using MtDNA and Y-Chromosome DNA

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

19

McGuire, SA; Schutkowski, H; Hubbe, M

The Importance of Shoes: Correlation between Grave Goods, Status, and Diet of Late Iron Age and Early Roman Individuals from Winterborne Kingston, UK

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

20

Mayus, R; Sheridan, SG; Larsen, CS

Constructing Demographic Profiles in Commingled Collections: A Comparison of Methods for Estimating Age-at-Death in a Byzantine Monastic Assemblage

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

21

Hubbe, M; Cheverko, C; Okumura, M; Neves, WA

Mobility patterns among pre-historic shell-mound builder populations from coastal Brazil

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

22

Marklein, K

Down in the mouth: distributions of dental and oral conditions in human skeletal remains from Philistine period Ashkelon, Israel

Biological Anthropology

AAPA 2017

23

Marklein, K

Bioarchaeological Research in the Roman Period Black Sea Region, Turkey

Biological

                 Anthropology             

PPA 2017

24

Albee, M

Walking in their shoes: A multidisciplinary approach to understanding tarsal

coalition in Medieval Exeter

Biological

Anthropology

AAPA 2017

 

25

Cary, AS ; Piperata, BA; Schmeer, BA ; Hubbe, BA ; Herrera Rodriguez, BA ;

                Salazar Torres, VM        

 

The Meaning of Dietary Diversity: Cultural Ideals and Food Insecurity in Nicaragua

 

Biological Anthropology

 

HBA2017

 

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