Publications

Recent Publications: Jane Hill in Edible

Regents’ Professor Emerita Jane Hill is a contributor to the latest issue of Edible Baja Arizona. In “A Linguist Walks into a Mexican Restaurant,” Dr. Hill explores ways in which “Mexican restaurant menus…do a lot of delicate work in a dangerous linguistic environment." Read it now.

Recent Publications: Raichlen Plublished in Trends in Neurosciences

A new article by Associate Professor David Raichlen (left) and his co-researcher from the Department of Psychology, Gene Alexander, has been published by Trends in Neurosciences. Titled “Adaptive Capacity: An Evolutionary Neuroscience Model Linking Exercise, Cognition, and Brain Health,” the article explores the impact of our hunter-gatherer past on our brains’ need for physical exertion today. The piece is... Read more

Recent Publications: Haas and Watson Article in Royal Society Open Science

Randall Haas (Ph.D. Arizona 2014) is lead author and Dr. James T. Watson (shown; Associate Professor and ASM Associate Curator of Bioarchaeology) is a coauthor of an article published earlier this week in the journal Royal Society Open Science titled “Humans permanently occupied the Andean highlands by at least 7 ka.” The article highlights research led by Dr. Haas on early foraging adaptations in the Andean highlands.... Read more

Recent Publications: Carpenter, Sánchez, and Sánchez-Morales Co-author Chapter

School of Anthropology alumni John P. Carpenter (Ph.D. Arizona, 1996) and Guadalupe Sánchez (Ph.D. Arizona, 2010), and Ph.D. candidate Ismael Sánchez-Morales co-authored the chapter “The Archaic Period of Sonora” included in the book The Archaic Southwest: Foragers in an Arid Land, which was recently published by The University of Utah Press and edited by Bradley J. Vierra. The chapter summarizes the results of long-term research... Read more

Recent Publications: SoA team Publishes in Ancient Mesoamerica

A team of SoA faculty and graduate students has published a collection of seven articles in a special section of the journal Ancient Mesoamerica. These papers present comprehensive reports of their long-term research at the Maya site of Ceibal. The team includes professors, Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan; graduate students, Jessica... Read more

Recent Publications: Fladd Published in Journal of Anthropological Archaeology

Samantha Fladd, a Ph.D. candidate working with co-chairs Professor E. Charles Adams and Associate Professor Lars Fogelin, recently published in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. Her article is entitled, “Social Syntax: an approach to spatial modification through the reworking of space syntax for archaeological applications.” Read the... Read more

Recent Publications: Carruth Article in Lancet Infectious Diseases

Lauren Carruth (Ph.D. Arizona, 2011) is the lead author of a new article in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. Read the abstract for “Antimicrobial resistance and food safety in Africa.” Her co-authors are Amira A. Roess, Yitagele Terefe, Farah Mussa Hosh, and M.D. Salman. (Anthro News Digest date: 6/9/2017)

Recent Publications: Mark Nichter Co-Author of Two Articles

Regents’ Professor Mark Nichter is a co-author of two recent publications: “Developing effective health communication messages for community acquired pneumonia in children under five years of age: A rural North Indian qualitative study” was published on line by Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health. Read it here. “Introduction: Sensations, Symptoms and Healthcare... Read more

Recent Publications: Mark Nichter in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases

Regents’ Professor Mark Nichter is a co-author of a new research article in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. Dr. Nichter’s co-researchers, Alphonse Um Boock, Paschal Kum Awah, and Ferdinand Mou, are from FAIRMED Foundation and the University of Yaoundé I in Cameroon. Read “Yaws resurgence in Bankim, Cameroon: The relative effectiveness of different means of detection in rural... Read more

Recent Publications: Harlan and Seymour Have Chapters in Prehistoric Games

Earlier this semester we announced the publication of a chapter by Ph.D. candidate Marijke Stoll (co-authored with David S. Anderson) in the new volume Prehistoric Games of North American Indians: Subarctic to Mesoamerica, edited by Barbara Voorhies (University of Utah Press, May 2017). In fact there are two more chapters in the Games book written by SoA alumni.... Read more

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