9 Responses to “Building a Bioarchaeology of Care: Session at the SAA’s 80th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, April 2015”

  1. aertamayo May 28, 2015 at 3:22 pm #

    Bioarchaeology of care is a Nurse’s dream come true. Finally, it is being addressed! I am a Nurse who is studying bioarchaeology.

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  1. Bioarchaeology Updates: Upcoming Conferences, Books and Medieval Bones | These Bones Of Mine - June 12, 2015

    […] I am still an active researcher within the bioarchaeology discipline (as highlighted through my recent trip to San Francisco – expect a post relatively […]

  2. Guest Post: Telling Stories about the Dilmun Bioarchaeology Project by Alexis Boutin | These Bones Of Mine - June 26, 2015

    […] pathologies (Boutin and Porter 2014), a narrative telling of her embodied experiences in the recent Bioarchaeology of Care session at the 2015 SAAs (with a manuscript in preparation for International Journal of Paleopathology), and a full-body […]

  3. Publication of ‘Theory and Practice in the Bioarchaeology of Care’ by Lorna Tilley | These Bones Of Mine - November 23, 2015

    […] meeting back in April 2015, which was held in the beautiful city of San Francisco (see the list of presenters, and their topics, here).  I have also contributed a chapter to this volume on the topic, and the importance of, public […]

  4. ‘Archaeological Boundaries: Discussions, Experiments and Unprovoked Attacks’ by Stuart Rathbone, Out Now | These Bones Of Mine - January 28, 2016

    […] Stuart:  Hi David, thanks for having me back on your blog.  I love that I can legitimately say things to you like “I haven’t seen you since that time with the jazz band on Haight Ashbury” as if we were part of some decadent international jet set!  Funnily enough I do briefly mention the time we met up in the introduction to the new book, but I think I forget to mention that the mundane reason why we were hanging out in San Francisco was because of an archaeology conference! […]

  5. Brief Updates: A Possible Publishing Rule of Thumb, Socio-Sexual Lives in Bioarchaeology & Memories of Fractures | These Bones Of Mine - August 8, 2016

    […] the theoretical framework.  It is exciting to a part of such a volume as a result of the SAA session in 2015 and I’m keen to hold a copy of the finished work and to read the other authors contributions. […]

  6. Publication of New Developments in the Bioarchaeology of Care: Further Case Studies and Extended Theory | These Bones Of Mine - October 28, 2016

    […] an important milestone in this evolutionary process.  Its origins lie in a symposium entitled ‘Building a Bioarchaeology of Care’, held during the Society for American Archaeology 2015 annual meeting, which brought together an […]

  7. Publication of New Developments in the Bioarchaeology of Care: Further Case Studies and Expanded Theory | These Bones Of Mine - October 28, 2016

    […] an important milestone in this evolutionary process.  Its origins lie in a symposium entitled ‘Building a Bioarchaeology of Care’, held during the Society for American Archaeology 2015 annual meeting, which brought together an […]

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