Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
- LawEncyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology
On the origins, rapid expansion and genetic diversity of Native Americans from hunting-gatherers to agriculturalists.
- BiologyAmerican journal of physical anthropology
The genetic data illustrate how a sociocultural characteristic such as mode of subsistence may be of impact on the genetic structure of populations, and see evidence of a dramatic Mesoamerican post-migration population growth in the ubiquitous and diverse Y-STR profiles of the Mayan and other MesOamerican populations.
Inferring genetic ancestry: opportunities, challenges, and implications.
- BiologyAmerican journal of human genetics
Framing of Kennewick Man against the Backdrop of a Scientific and Cultural Controversy
The authors examine news coverage surrounding the unearthing of an ancient skeleton known as Kennewick Man. The skeleton was the focus of legal arguments from 1996 to 2004, with a group of scientists…
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Privileging Claims to the Past: Ancient Human Remains and Contemporary Cultural Values
This article probes the unarticulated significance of Kennewick Man, which has come to be much more than a case about ancient human remains. To the extent that we privilege claims to the past by…