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ThesisO'Deegan, Meagan MarieThis study aimed to examine the incidence of osteoarthritis in adult individuals from the Arikara Native American population. Samples from pre-contact, contact, and post-contact periods were broken down by sex and age to test the hypothesis that osteo . . .
ThesisConducting ethnographic research in the archives: mapping the activist and artistic subjectivities of Frank LaPenaGarcia, Valerie MarieArchives are critical sites for investigating intersections in contested history, for mapping the social and material landscape upon which humans engage with one another—violently, unsteadily, compassionately, creatively—and for expanding the depth of . . .
ThesisStorms, NataschaBioarchaeologists have used fluctuating asymmetry to compare the levels of environmental stress a skeletal population may have encountered during life. Fluctuating asymmetry is traditionally scored on the dentition, though recent studies have also exa . . .
ThesisMcAdams, Melodi AmberThis thesis research examines diabetes as one playing field on which Native groups and individuals reposition and reassert identity by simultaneously exploiting the language and premises of biomedicine to frame and to inform traditional Native concept . . .