Debra Martin

2015
SAR Press - Disturbing BodiesSAR Press PublicationDisturbing Bodies: Perspectives on Forensic Anthropology

Although often considered narrowly in terms of its technical and methodological aspects, forensic practice draws upon multiple dimensions of anthropology, and this volume offers a range of anthropological perspectives on the work of exhumation and the attendant issues.

2012, March 25–29
Disturbing Bodies: A Relational Exploration of Forensic Archaeological PracticeAdvanced SeminarDisturbing Bodies: A Relational Exploration of Forensic Archaeological PracticeThe aim of this seminar was to discuss the values and beliefs that underlie forensic exhumation, and to explore the tensions that arise in the practice of forensic archaeological work.
2001, July 27–29
Short SeminarBioarchaeology: The People of Arroyo HondoThis seminar brought together eleven participants and three discussants to explore the applications of bioarchaeology—the study of human remains through archaeology—to the Arroyo Hondo site in Santa Fe, New Mexico, as well as to the broader field of Southwestern Archaeology.
2001
Women & Men in the Prehispanic SouthwestSAR Press PublicationWomen & Men in the Prehispanic Southwest: Labor, Power, and PrestigeWomen & Men in the Prehispanic Southwest takes a groundbreaking look at gendered activities in prehistory and the differential access that women and men had to sources and symbols of power and prestige.
1997, March 2–6
Advanced SeminarSex Roles and Gender Hierarchies in Middle Range Societies: Engendering Southwestern PrehistoryThe prehistoric American Southwest presents an ideal case for investigating gender issues. This advanced seminar was the first comprehensive attempt to examine the record of this region in terms of gender.
1994
Themes in Southwest PrehistorySAR Press PublicationThemes in Southwest PrehistoryTwo dozen leading archaeologists isolate a number of themes that were central to the process of increasing complexity in prehistoric Southwestern society, including increased food production, a greater degree of sedentism, and a dramatically increasing population.
1991–1992
Weatherhead Resident ScholarPrehistoric American Indian Health
1989
The Chemistry of Prehistoric Human BoneSAR Press PublicationThe Chemistry of Prehistoric Human Bone

Bone chemistry is one of the most promising analytical methods now being used by archaeologists and physical anthropologists to investigate the past of the human species, and this state-of-the-art book includes many of the leading scientists in the field among its contributors.



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