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The application of Darwinian evolutionary theory to archaeology has taken two divergent and rather distinct paths over the past two decades. According to one program, often referred to as… (More)
Infectious disease introduction in the Americas has been approached in historical, not biological, terms. We believe that this historical focus has limited scholarly understanding of Native American… (More)
To understand the effects of European contact on the organization, size, and mobility of Pueblo populations in the Southwest requires detailed knowledge of the occupational histories of the… (More)
Evidence suggesting that disease contact in the highlands of New Guinea precedes 1st descriptions casts serious doubt on Dennett and Connells view of acculturation and health in highland New Guinea.… (More)
The relativity of measurement is one of the paradoxes of science. Even as we seek evidence to explain the world around us, the nature of that knowledge depends on our tools. The apparent… (More)