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Understanding the Cultural Changes of Family Creation, Size and Unity Through the Analysis of the Changing Behaviors and Meanings of Their Symbols
(trans)formation of image: Symbolic consumption, self, and society
ARTIFACTS IN ARCHAEOLOGY: A CARIBBEAN CASE STUDY
Land of contrast: osteological analysis of human remains from Salango, Ecuador and a comparison of paleopathologies between coastal and highland sites in Ecuador
Landscaping Practices, Environmental Ethics, and Sustainability in South Florida
Investigating Abandonment Processes in the Cloud Forest: An Archaeological and Ethnoarchaeological study of Manteño site abandonment from Manabí, Ecuador.
Jewish Identity: Sexuality, Doctrine and Faith
Sex Estimation in Subadult Skeletons: A Test of Eight Nonmetric Traits of the Mandible and Ilium
Sedentism, Agriculture, and the Neolithic Demographic Transition: Insights from Jōmon Paleodemography
Rapid Analysis of Fecal Glucocorticoid Metabolites: Testing an Alternative Method for Analyzing Stress Markers in Chimpanzees
Public Perception of Health Risks Related to Climate Change in Broward County, Florida
Prehispanic Obsidian Exploitation in the Department of Chinandega, Nicaragua
Seventeenth-century foodways of british puritans at preacher’s cave, Eleuthera, Bahamas: zooarchaeological and historical evidence
Seminoles and settlers on the Florida frontier: using glass bottle analysis to reconstruct daily life at Stranahan’s trading post, Fort Lauderdale
SYMBOLIC MEANINGS OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN AMONG THE PERUVIAN FISHERMEN–SURFERS FROM HUANCHACO BEACH
SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET: MISSED COLLECTIONS AND NAGPRA COMPLIANCE AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY
Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains at Markham Park I and II: Social Standing and Age Questions
Paleodemography of Highland Beach the demographic parameters of a Native American population from Southeastern Florida
Olfaction and Exhibition: Assessing the Impact of Scent in Museums on Exhibit Engagement, Learning and Empathy
Less Is More: Three Traits to Reveal a More Accurate Aging Method

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