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biological anthropology

[‚bī·ə¦läj·i·kəl ‚an·thrə′päl·ə·jē]
(anthropology)
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They work side-by-side with Sonia Guillen, a renowned archaeologist and director of Centro Mallqui, the Bioanthropology Foundation of Peru.
From their perspectives in archaeology, archaeolinguistics, ethnolinguistics, and bioanthropology they explore such topics as migration in fluid social landscapes, movement and the unsettling of the Pueblos, using cognitive semantics to relate Mesa Verde archaeology to modern Pueblo languages, loanword histories and the demography of migration, migration in anthropological genetics, and evolutionary models of migration in human prehistory and their anthropological significance.
The woman could have been a servant but probably didn't do a lot of manual labor, given the condition of her joints, said Gerald Conlogue, co-director of the Bioanthropology Research Institute at Quinnipiac.
The skeletal sample from Kerma is curated in the Duckworth Laboratory at the University of Cambridge's bioanthropology department.
The Xavante in Transition: Health, Ecology, and Bioanthropology in Central Brazil.
amp; others, The Xavante in transition: health, ecology, and bioanthropology in Central Brazil.
The works cited are divided into thirteen groups: general and historical works; prehistory; cultural anthropology; cross-cultural studies; Christianity; languages; literatures and music; bioanthropology and hygiene; fauna, botany, and forestry; agriculture, horticulture, and the commercial plantations; geology and mining; geography, ecology, and tourism; and local maps.
Founded in 1994, Centro Mallqui is sponsored by the private Bioanthropology Foundation Peru, a U.
Hennessy also points out that in addition to high-quality radiology education, Quinnipiac is also renowned for its unique imaging forensics and bioanthropology programs and is in the forefront of a worldwide network involved in the scanning and analysis of Egyptian mummies.
Essays by other scholars (of bioanthropology, archaeology, anthropology, and pre-Columbian studies from the US and Peru) on Chachapoya iconography, culture, khipus, and the project to rescue the finds and the construction of the Museo Leymebamba are included.