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Building a new biocultural synthesis : political-economic perspectives on human biology /

edited by Alan H. Goodman and Thomas L. Leatherman.

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Names: Goodman, Alan H. | Leatherman, Thomas L.
Published: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c1998.
Series: Linking levels of analysis
Topics: Physical anthropology. | Social history. | Human remains (Archaeology) | Medical anthropology. | Anthropology, Physical - Congresses. | Politics - Congresses. | Socioeconomic Factors - Congresses. | Sociology, Medical - Congresses.
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245 00|aBuilding a new biocultural synthesis :|bpolitical-economic perspectives on human biology /|cedited by Alan H. Goodman and Thomas L. Leatherman.
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300 |axxi, 486 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aTraversing the chasm between biology and culture : an introduction / Alan H. Goodman and Thomas L. Leatherman -- The evolution of human adaptability paradigms : toward a biology of poverty / R. Brooke Thomas -- Political economy and social fields / William Roseberry -- The development of critical medical anthropology : implications for biological anthropology / Merrill Singer -- Linking political economy and human biology : lessons from North American archaeology / Dean J. Saitta -- The biological consequences of inequality in antiquity / Alan H. Goodman -- Owning the sins of the past : historical trends, missed opportunities, and new directions in the study of human remains / Debra L. Martin -- Nature, nurture, and the determinants of infant mortality : a case study from Massachusetts, 1830-1920 / Alan C. Swedland and Helen Ball -- Unequal in death as in life : a sociopolitical analysis of the 1813 Mexico City typhus epidemic / Lourdes Márquez Morfin -- Illness, social relations, and household production and reproduction in the Andes of southern Peru / Thomas L. Leatherman -- On the (un)natural history of the Tupí-Mondé Indians : bioanthropology and change in the Brazilian Amazon / Ricardo V. Santos and Carlos E. A. Coimbra Jr. -- The political ecology of population increase and malnutrition in southern Honduras / Billie R. DeWalt -- The biocultural impact of tourism on Mayan communities / Magali Daltabuit and Thomas L. Leatherman -- Poverty and nutrition in eastern Kentucky : the political economy of childhood growth / Deborah L. Crooks -- Race, racism, and anthropology / George J. Armelagos and Alan H. Goodman -- Beyond European enlightenment : toward a critical and humanistic human biology / Michael L. Blakey -- Latin American social medicine and the politics of theory / Lynn M. Morgan -- Nature, political ecology, and social practice : toward an academic and political agenda / Søren Hvalkof and Auturo Escobar -- What could be : biocultural anthropology for the next generation / Gavin A. Smith and R. Brooke Thomas.
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650 0|aHuman remains (Archaeology)
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