SoS 167- Understanding Human Health via the Skeleton in Contemporary Populations w/ Amy Anderson

June 6, 2022By Delaney GlassBioarchaeology, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 167- Understanding Human Health via the Skeleton in Contemporary Populations w/ Amy Anderson Blast from the past! In this episode we bring you an interview with Amy Anderson from Spring of 2021. Chris and Cara talk to her about her dissertation research on health as reflected through the human skeleton … Read More

SoS 136- Ethics in Bioarcheology and The Poetics of Processing with Dr. Anna Osterholtz

September 20, 2021By Delaney GlassBioarchaeology, Croatia, Cyprus, Ethics, Handling of the Dead, Identity, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 136- Ethics in Bioarcheology and The Poetics of Processing with Dr. Anna Osterholtz On this week’s episode of The Sausage of Science, we bring you an exciting interview with Dr. Anna Osterholtz who is an Assistant Professor of Bioanthropology at Mississippi State focusing on treatment of the dead and how … Read More

SoS 127 – A holistic viewpoint on skeletal morphology with Elizabeth Cho

May 17, 2021By Alexandra NiclouAsia, Bioarchaeology, Season 3 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 127 – A holistic viewpoint on skeletal morphology with Elizabeth Cho Chris and Cara chat with Elizabeth Cho, a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Missouri. Elizabeth talks about her recent AABA presentation and the research behind it. Her findings on the associations between skeletal … Read More

SoS 122- Human Skeletal Plasticity with Jacob S. Griffin, Dr. Sophia Dent, and Stephanie Berger

April 14, 2021By Delaney GlassBioarchaeology, Season 3 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 122- Human Skeletal Plasticity with Jacob S. Griffin, Dr. Sophia Dent, and Stephanie Berger On this week’s Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara talk to Stephanie Berger and Jacob S. Griffin who are graduate students in Bioarchaeology at The University of North Carolina and Dr. Sophia Dent who is a … Read More

SoS 121- Pubertal Skeletal Indicators and The Black Death with Dr. Sharon DeWitte

April 7, 2021By Delaney GlassBioarchaeology, Biodemography, Black Death, Puberty, Season 3 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 121- Pubertal Skeletal Indicators and The Black Death with Dr. Sharon DeWitte On this weeks episode, Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Sharon DeWitte who is a Professor at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Anthropology. Much of her work focuses on variation in mortality risks before … Read More

SoS 95 – Leaving a Legacy Now, Black in Bioanth & Research in Croatia with Tisa Loewen

October 5, 2020By Theresa GildnerBioarchaeology, Black in BioAnth Collective, Career path, Genetics, Season 3 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 95 – Leaving a Legacy Now, Black in Bioanth & Research in Croatia with Tisa Loewen Tisa Loewen is a bioarcheologist and Ph.D. student at Arizona State University. Her current work studies the Romanized peoples that once lived-in modern-day Croatia and the Eastern Adriatic. She uses quantitative genetics of dental … Read More

SoS 6 – Stress, Sex, and Plague (Sharon DeWitte)

February 12, 2018By humbio-adminBioarchaeology, Black Death, Puberty, Season 1, Secular trend, Stress No Comments

In this episode, we talk to Dr. Sharon DeWitte, a bioarchaeologist and Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina. We talk about health improvements after Black Death in London, feminist bioarchaeology, and secular trends in age a menarche in mortuary remains. She has a new article in early view in AJHB called “Stress, sex, … Read More