Kenneth A. R. Kennedy
Professor Emeritus


Dr. Kennedy with students in his "Forensic Anthropology and Human Biology" class

Address

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Cornell University
206A Stimson Hall
Ithaca, NY  14853

Phone:  (607) 254-4214
Fax:  (607) 255-8088

E-mail:  kak10@cornell.edu

Degrees

B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley

Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Anthropology, 1978-present

Honors

T. Dale Stewart Award for Forensic Anthropology, American Association of Forensic Sciences, 1987

Elected Chairman of the Biological Anthropology Unit of the American Anthropological Association, 1986-1988

Elected Member of the Executive Committee of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 1990-1996

Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1992

Elected Chairman of the Physical Anthropology Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 1994-1995

Elected Vice-President of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 1994-96

Elected Member of the Editorial Board of the American Journal of Physical Anthropology 1997]2001

Elected Secretary of the American Board of Forensic Anthropology, 1998-2002

Recipient of the William W. Howells Book Award by the American Anthropological Association (Biological Anthropology Section), 2002

Recipient of research grants from:  National Science Foundation, Howard Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, American Institute of Indian Studies, Smithsonian Institution

Foreign Studies

England, Scotland, France, Switzerland, Germany, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, United States

Courses Taught

BioEE 275, Human Biology and Evolution (with J. D. Haas)

BioEE 371, Human Paleontology

BioEE 474, Forensic Anthropology and Human Biology

BioEE 673, Human Evolution: Concepts, History, and Theory

BioEE 760, Special Topics in Evolution and Ecology: Forensic Anthropology

Research Interests

Palaeoanthropology (South Asia:  India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and borderlands); forensic anthropology, human skeletal biology, history of biological anthropology

Publications (since 1990)

Articles and Abstracts
   
2007 Blunt and sharp force traumatic markers on Early Historic crania from Mantai, Sri Lanka. Paleopathology Newsletter 138:18-23.

2006 Traumatic modifications of human remains of victims of mass disasters and long-term abuse. Abstract. American Academy of Forensic Sciences 06-2:304.

2005

The fossil hominid skull from the Narmada Valley. In Palaeolithic Age (1), D.R. Sharma, S. K. Singh and M. S. Singh, eds., pp. 110-116. Bhnaratiya Kaka Prakasham, Delhi.

Principle figures in early twentieth century physical anthropology. Abstract. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 40:128-129

Archaeological and Anthropological Research in South Asia: Developments over the Past Fifty Years. Man and Environment XXX(1):36-41.

2004 Slings and arrows of predaceous fortune: Asian evidence of prehistoric spear use. Evolutionary Anthropology 13(4):127-131.

Markers of mechanical loading in the postcranial skeleton: Their relevance to personal identification of human remains. Abstracts. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Dallas, Texas, February 17-23. 2004:330-331.

2003 Resolutions: Proceedings of the 72nd Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Tempe, Arizona, April 23-27. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 122:387-388.

Assessment of muscular-skeletal robusticity in personal identification of human remains. Abstracts of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Chicago, Illinois. Pp. 43.

(with F. A. Reed, E. J. Kontanis and C. F. Aquadro). Brief communication: Ancient DNA prospects from Sri Lankan highland dry caves support an emerging global pattern. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 121:112-116.

2002 Megalithic Pochampad: The skeletal biology and archaeological context of an Iron Age site in Andhra Pradesh, India. Asian Perspectives 41(1):103-128.

2001 The uninvited skeleton at the archaeological table: The crisis of palaeoanthropology in South Asia in the twenty-first century. Abstracts of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. P. 205.

Resolutions: Proceedings of the 70th Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Kansas City, Missouri, March 28-31. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 226(4):316-318.

2000 Yeleswaram revisited: The skeletal record. Man and Environment 25:35-57.

Palaeoanthropology of the Indian subcontinent: Prospects for research in the third millennium. Abstracts of the 99th Annual Meeting of the Anthropological Association, San Francisco, California, November 15-19. Pp. 292-293.

Comments. Objorn M. Pearson, Activity, Climate and Postcranial Robusticity Implications for modern human origins. Current Anthropology 41(4):593-594.

Becoming respectable: T. Dale Stewart and the acceptance of forensic anthropology in the academic community. Journal of Forensic Sciences 45(2):253-257.

(with M. A. Little). Preparing a history of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Abstracts of the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Supplement 30:211 Abstract of the Poster Presentation.

(with B.E.Hemphill and J. R. Lukacs). Bring back the bones: The hard evidence. Man and Environment 25:105-109.

1999

Porotic hyperostosis in prehistoric skeletons from South Asia. Papers on Paleopathology. 26th Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, P. 4. E. Cockburn, ed. Paleopathology Association, Detroit, Michigan 1999:40.

Paleoanthropology of South Asia. Evolutionary Anthropology 8(5):165-185.

Forensic anthropology: Where is it going in the 21st century? Abstracts of the 98th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, Illinois. P.257.

(with R. L. Ciochon). A canine tooth from the Siwaliks: First recorded discovery of a fossil ape? Human Evolution 14(3):231-253.

1998

Where did all the Aryans go? Attributes of South Asian palaeoanthropology. Abstracts of the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. P.259.

Recent advances in the palaeoanthropology of South Asia: Archaeology, Ecology and the hominid fossil record. Abstracts of Contributions to the Dual Congress 1998, South Africa. P. 30.

Middle and late Pleistocene hominids of South Asia. Abstracts and Contributions to the Dual Congress 1998, South Africa. P. 101.

Markers of occupational stress: Conspectus and research. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 8(5):305-310.

(with W. Bernhard and J. R. Lukacs). Two previously undescribed human skeletons from prehistoric Harappa, Pakistan. Homo 49(1):21-54.

1997 A canine tooth from the Siwaliks: First recorded discovery of a fossil ape. Abstracts of the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, November 19Å]23. P. 212.

1996

The Wrong Urn: Commingling of Cremains in Mortuary Practices. Case Report. Journal of Forensic Sciences 41(4):685-688.

Report of the Vice-President, American Association of Physical Anthropologists. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 101:558-559.

Cromagnon contemporaries: New fossil evidence of the earliest modern humans from South Asia. Abstracts of the 95th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, California, November 20-24. P. 259.

1995

Report of the Vice-President, American Association of Physical Anthropologists. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 98(4):611-612.

Identification of sacrificial and massacre victims in archaeological sites: The skeletal evidence. Man and Environment 19(1-2):247-251.

But Professor, why teach race identification if races don't exist? Journal of Forensic Sciences 40(5):796-800.

1994 But Professor, why teach race identification if races don't exist? American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Abstracts, 1994, San Antonio Annual Meeting. P. 162.

1993

(with P. V. Tobias). On Keith's cover: In other words. Current Anthropology 34:67-68.

(with N. C. Lovell, J. R. Lukacs, and B. E. Hemphill). Scaphocephaly in a prehistoric skeleton from Harappa, Pakistan. Anthropologischer Anzeiger 51(1):1-18.

(with D.E. Hawkey). Biological affinities of prehistoric Sri Lankans: A comparative study of dental morphology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl.16:105.

1992

Tooth size variation of the Veddas and prehistoric Sri Lankans. In Culture, Ecology and Dental Anthropology, J. R. Lukacs, ed. Journal of Human Ecology, Special Issue 2:171-182.

The search for Homo monstrosus in the New World. Abstracts of the 91st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco. Pp. 187-188.

Scaphocephaly and irregularities of the postcranial skeleton. Papers on Paleopathology presented at the 19th Annual Meetings of the American Paleopathology Association. 8pp.

(with J. Chiment). Racial identification in the context of prehistoric-historic biological continua: Examples from South Asia. Social Science and Medicine 34(2):119-123.

1991 (with A. Sonakia, J. Chiment, and K. K. Verma). Is the Narmada hominid an Indian Homo erectus? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 86(4):475-496.

1990

Skeletons in the closet: Recent recovery of lost human skeletal remains from Iron Age Raigir, Andhra Pradesh. South Asian Studies (Cambridge University) 6:201-226.

Narmada man fossil skull from India: Dating, morphology, taxonomy. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 81(2):248-249.

(with G. L. Possehl). Hasmukh Dhirajlal Sankalia (1908-1989). American Anthropologist 92(4):1006-1010.

(with A. Baernstein). Stature variability in prehistoric and modern South Asian populations: A bio-cultural approach. Journal of Human Ecology 1(2):81-108.

   
   
Books
   
2002

(with V. N. Misra, J. R. Lukacs, S. C. Tiwari, and V. S. Wakankar).  Skeletal biology of the human remains from the Mesolithic and Palaeolithic levels of Bhimbetka rockshelters of Madhya Pradesh, India.  Indian Society for the Prehistoric and Quaternary Studies, Pune.

2000 God-Apes and Fossil Men:  Palaeoanthroplogy of South Asia.  University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.  480 pp.

1999 (with L. Capasso and C. A. Wilczak).  Atlas of Occupational Markers on Human Remains. Edigrafica S. P. A., Teramo, Italy.  Journal of Paleontology Monograph Publications 3. 184 pp.

1998 (with A. A. Elgart).  South Asia:  India and Sri Lanka.  Hominid Remains An Update. R. Orban and P. Semal, eds.  Anthropologie et Préhistoire, Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, Brussels 8(1):1-95.
   
   
Contributions to Books
   
2007

The Narmada Fossil Hominid.  In Human Origins, Genome, and People of India:  Genomic, Palaeontological and Archaeological Perspectives,  A. R. Sankhyan and V. R. Rao, eds., pp. 188-192.  Anthropological Survey of India, Allied Publishers Private Limited, Calcutta.

Recent and future trends in palaeoanthropology.  In Anthropology for Archaeology:  Proceedings of the Professor Irawati Karve Birth Centenary Seminar, S. R. Walimbe, P. P. Joglekar, and K. K. Basa, eds., pp. 187-192.  Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, Pune.

2006 Who were the prehistoric painters of the Ghimbetka Caves?  The skeletal evidence.  In South Asian Archaeology 2001, C. Jarrige and V. Lefevre, eds., pp. 111-115.  Editions Recherche sur les Civilasations, Paris.

2005

The fossil hominid skull from the Narmada Valley.  In Palaeolithic Age.  Vol. 1, D. R. Sharma, S. K. Singh, and M. S. Sharma, eds., pp. 110-116.  Bharatiya Kaka Prakasham, Delhi.

South Asia’s bamboo curtain:  What’s on the other side?  In South Asian Archaeology.  Papers at the European South Asian Archaeological Conference.  2 vols, U. Franke-Vogt and H. J. Weisshaar, eds., pp. 13-19.  Kolloquiem zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Archaeology, Bonn.

Indus Civilization 3:1293-1294; Osteology, human 4:1795-1796; Narmada Man 4:1664]1665; McCown, Theodore D. 4:1563-1564.  In Enclopaedia of Anthropology, J. Birx, ed.  Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Archaeological and anthropological research in South Asia.  In Man and Environment 30:36-41.

2004 The Monstrous Races of India and the Americas.  In Issues and Themes in Anthropology:  A Festschrift in Honour of Professor D. K. Bhattacharya, N. K. Srivastava and M. K. Singh, eds., pp. 367-388.  Palaka Prakashan, Delhi.

2003

Paleoanthropology-South Asia.  In Encylopedia of Modern Asia, D. Levinson and K. Christensen, eds., pp. 448-452.  Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York.

The uninvited skeleton at the archaeological table:  The crisis of palaeoanthropology in South Asia in the twenty-first century.  Asian Perspectives 42(2):352-367.

2002

The search for fossil man in South Asia:  Retrospect and prospect.  In Indian Archaeology in Retrospect:  Vol. 3:  Archaeology and Interactive Disciplines, S. Settar and R. Korisettar, eds., pp. 87-92.  Manoharlal, New Delhi.

Biological anthropology of human skeletons from Harappa.  In Indian Archaeology in Retrospect.  Vol. 2:  Protohistory:  Archaeology of the Harappan Civilization, S. Settar and R. Korisettar, eds., pp. 293-316.  Manoharlal, New Delhi.

Paleoanthropology of South Asia.  In Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, D. Levinson and K. Christensen, eds., pp. 208-216.  Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York.

Trials in court:  The forensic anthropologist takes the stand.  In Hard Evidence:  Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology, D. W. Steadman, ed., pp. 77-86.  Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Palaeo-ecological factors in the relative isolation of populations in the Indian Mesolithic.  In Mesolithic India, V. N. Misra and J. N. Pal, eds., pp. 67-81.  University of Allahabad, Allahabad.

2001

Middle and late Pleistocene hominids of South Asia.  In Humanity from African Naissannce to Millennia, P. V. Tobias, M. A. Raath, J. Moggi-Cecchi, and G. A. Doyle, eds., pp. 167-174.  Witwatersrand University Press, Johannesburg.

The crisis of palaeoanthropology in India in the twenty-first century.  In Human Ecology in the New Millennium, V. Bhasin, V. Srivastava, and M. K. Bhasin, eds., pp. 173-176.  Kamla-Raj Enterprises, Delhi.

2000

Forensic anthropology in the USA.  In Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, pp. 786-791.  Academic Press, London.

A tribute to Dr. Alexander Roche.  In Man-Environment Relationships, M. K. Bhasin and V. Bhasin, eds., pp. 3-4.  Kamla-Raj Enterprises, Delhi.

Porotic hyperostosis in prehistoric skeletons from South Asia.  In Man-Environment Relationships, M. K. Bhasin and V. Bhasin, eds., pp. 119-124.  Kamla-Raj Enterprises, Delhi.

Assessment of occupational stress.  In Encyclopaedia of Forensic Sciences, pp. 212-217. Academic Press, London.

Yeleswaram Revisited:  The Skeletal record.  In Man and Environment 25(1):35-57.

(with B. E. Hemphill and J. R. Lukacs).  Bring back the bones:  The hard evidence.  In Man and Environment 25(1):105-109.

New data for the reassessment of bio-cultural adaptations and racial affinities of Iron Age populations of South India.  In South Asian Archaeology 1997, M. Taddai and G. De Marco, eds., 2:617-631.  Istito Italiano per L’Africa e L’Oriente, Rome.

1999 The Wrong Urn:  Commingling of Cremains in Mortuary Practices.  In Forensic Osteological Analysis:  A Book of Case Studies, S. I. Fairgrieve, ed., pp. 141-160.  Charles C. Thomas, Springfield. (Reprint of article by same title in Journal of Forensic Sciences 1996, 41(4):685-688).

1998 (with Cynthia A. Wilczak).  Mostly MOS:  Technical aspects of identification of skeletal markers of occupational stress.  In Forensic Osteology:  Advances in the Identification of Human Remains (Second Edition), K. J. Reichs, ed., pp. 461-490.  Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois.

1997

Skeletal adaptations of Mesolithic hunter-foragers of North India:  Mahadaha and Sarai Nahar Rai compared.  In Colloquia of the International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences 1996, G. E. Afanas'ev, S. Cleuziou and J. R. Lukacs, eds., 16 (Colloquium 23):291-300.  A.B.A.C.O. Edizioni, Forli, Italy.

McCown, Theodore D(oney) (1908-1969).  In History of Physical Anthropology, F. Spencer, ed., 2:627-629.  Garland Publishing, Inc., New York and London.

(with R. Singh).  South Asia (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka).  In History of Physical Anthropology, F. Spencer, ed., 2:976-987.  Garland Publishing, Inc., New York and London.

(with J. Zahorsky).  Trends in prehistoric technology and biological adaptations.  New evidence from Pleistocene deposits at Fa Hien Cave, Sri Lanka.  In South Asian Archaeology 1995, R. Allchin and B. Allchin, eds., pp. 839-853.  The Ancient India and Iran Trust, Cambridge, UK.

Recent developments in the physical anthropology of prehistoric man in India. In Indian Prehistory 1980, V. D. Misra and J. N. Pal, eds., pp. 196-202.  University of Allahabad, Department of Ancient History, Culture and Archaeology, Allahabad.

1996

The legacy of Sir William Jones.  In Sir William Jones, K. Paddayya, G. P. Lad, K. S. Nagaraja, S. R. Sharma and V. Gandhe, eds., pp. 54-55:23-33.  Deccan College Bulletin, Pune.

Skeletal identification of massacre victims in archaeological context: A forensic anthropological approach.  In Spectrum of Indian Culture:  Professor S. N. Deo Felicitation Volume, C. Margahandhu and K. S. Ramachandran, eds., 1:77-83.  Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi.

1995

The legacy of Sir William Jones:  Natural History, anthropology, archaeology.  In Objects of Enquiry:  The Life, Contributions and Influence of Sir William Jones, G. Cannon, ed., pp. 116-128.  New York University, New York.

(with P. C. Caldwell).  Human skeletal remains from Tadakanahalli and Komaranahalli.  In Sri Nagabhinandanam:  Dr. M. S. Nagaraja Rao Festschrift, L. K. Srinavasan and S. Nagaraju, eds., 1:35-76.  Bangalore.

Have Aryans been identified in the prehistoric skeletal record from South Asia?  Biological anthropology and concepts of ancient races.  In The Indo-Aryans of Ancient South Asia:  Language, Material Culture and Ethnicity, G. Erdosy, ed., pp. 32-66.  Walter de Gruyter, Berlin.

1994

Morphometric analysis of human skeletal remains from Harappa.  In Harappan Civilization, 2nd ed., G. L. Possehl, ed., pp. 495-497.  Oxford-IBH Publishing Company, New Delhi.

When the wild Veddas came to Edinburgh:  A nineteenth century episode in the development of Sri Lankan palaeoanthropology.  In From Sumar to Meluhha:  Contributions to the Archaeology of South and West Asia in Memory of George F. Dales, Jr., J. M. Kenoyer, ed., pp. 281-313.  Wisconsin Archaeological Reports 3, Madison.

Evolution of South Asian Pleistocene hominids:  Demic displacement or regional continuity?  In South Asian Archaeology 1993, A. Parpola and P. Koshkikallio, eds., 1:337-344.  Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, Helsinki.

1993

Recent discoveries and studies of the human skeletal remains of ancient Sri Lankans.  In New Perspectives in Anthropology, P. K. Seth and S. Seth, eds., pp. 299-342.  M. D. Publications, New Delhi.

(with J. R. Lukacs, N. C. Lovell, B. Hemphill, R. Meadow, E. Pendall, R. Amundson, V. Pigott, and C. Jenkins).  Biological Anthropology of Human Skeletal Remains from Cemetery R-37 at Harappa.  In The Harappan Project 1986-1989:  New Investigation at an Ancient Indus City, G. F. Dales and J. M. Kenoyer, eds.  Peabody Museum of Anthropology, Cambridge.

1992

Biological anthropology of human skeletons from Harappa:  1928-1988.  In The Eastern Anthropologist, V. N. Misra, ed., 45(1-2):55-85.

Skeletons in the closet:  Recent recovery of lost human skeletal remains from Iron Age Raigir, Andhra Pradesh.  In Man and His Culture:  A Resurgence, P. Bellwood, ed., pp. 21-44.  Books and Books, New Delhi.

The fossil hominid skull from the Narmada valley:  Homo erectus or Homo sapiensIn South Asian Archaeology 1989, C. Jarrige, ed., pp. 145-152.  Prehistory Press, Madison, Wisconsin.

(with J. Chiment).  The fossil hominid from the Narmada valley, India:  Homo erectus or Homo sapiensIn Indo-Pacific Prehistory 1990, P. Bellwood, ed., 1:42-58.  Australian National University, Canberra.

Walter A. Fairservis, Jr., Colleague and Friend.  In Studies in the Archaeology of South Asia, G. L. Possehl, ed., pp. 12-15.  Oxford-IBH, Delhi.

1991

Robert Bruce Foote.  S. S. Sarkar.  In International Dictionary of Anthropologists, C. Winters, ed., pp. 204-205, 606-607.  Garland Press, New York.

(with B. E. Hemphill and J. R. Lukacs).  Biological adaptations and affinities of Bronze Age Harappans.  In Harappan Excavations 1986-1990:  A Multidisciplinary Approach to Third Millennium Urbanism, R. H. Meadow, ed., pp. 137-182.  Prehistory Press, Madison, Wisconsin.

Biological anthropology of ancient Harappans from a socioecological perspective.  American Anthropologist.  Abstracts of 90th Annual Meeting, Chicago, November 20]24, p. 160.  Invited Session on Comparative and Intersocial Perspectives:  The Indus Valley, Mesopotamia and Egypt, R. P. Wright, chairman and organizer (Archaeology Division).

1990

Palaeodemography of Sri Lanka and peninsular India:  A cross-regional survey.  In Perspectives in Archaeology:  Leelananda Prematilleke Festschrift, S. Seneviratne, et al., eds., pp. 29-37.  University of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.

A life in science:  J. Lawrence Angel as colleague and friend.  In A Life in Science:  Papers in Honor of J. Lawrence Angel, J. Buikstra, ed., Scientific Papers 6:201-210.  Center for American Archaeology, Kampsville, Ill.

(with G. F. Dales, et al.).  Morphometric analysis.  Palaeodemography.  In The Harappa Project 1986-1989:  New Investigations at an Ancient Indus City.  Harappan Civilization, 2nd ed., G. L. Possehl, ed., pp. 23-25.  Oxford IBH Publishing Company, New Delhi.

Porotic hyperostosis on human remains from Mesolithic Baghai Khor.  In Professor H. D. Sankalia Memorial Volume, M. K. Dhavalikar, ed., pp. 183-198.  Bulletin of the Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute 49, Pune, India.

Reconstruction of trauma, disease and lifeways of prehistoric peoples of South Asia from the skeletal record.  In South Asian Archaeology 1987, M. Taddei, ed., Part 1, pp. 61]77.  Instituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, Rome, Italy.

   
   
Reviews and Comments
   
2004

Review of S. Pappu's, A Re-Examination of the Palaeolithic Archaeological Record of Northern Tamil Nadu, South India.  By.  British Archaeological Records, Oxford, England.

Review of C. Finlayson’s, Neanderthals and Modern Humans:  An Ecological and Evolutionary Perspective, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2004).  American Paleontologist 12(3):26-27.

2002 Review of P. Shipman’s, The Man Who Found the Missing Link:  Eugene Dubois and his Lifelong Quest to Prove Darwin Right, Simon and Schuster (2001).  American Paleontologist 10(1):14-15.

2001 Review of N. G. Tayles (ed.), The people (The excavation of Khok Phanom Di:  A prehistoric site in central Thailand.), The Society of Antiquaries of London (1999).  Antiquity 75(287):222-223.

2000

Review of Jonathan Mark Kenoyer’s, Ancient Cities of the Indus Valley Civilization, Oxford University Press, Oxford.  American Anthropologist 102(2):365-366.

Review of Stephanie Moser’s, Ancestral Images:  The Iconography of Human Origins, Cornell University Press.  Isis 912(2):324-326.

1999

Review of J. R. Lukacs (ed.), Human Dental Development, Morphology and Pathology:  A tribute to Albert A. Dahlberg, University of Oregon Anthropological Papers 3 (1998).  Dental Anthropology 13(2):12-13.

Review of C. L. Greenblatt (ed.), Digging for Pathogens:  Ancient Emerging Diseases - Their Evolutionary, Anthropological and Archaeological Context (1998).  Society for Archaeological Sciences 22(1-2):20-21.

1997 Review of Samati Warusawithana-Kulatilake's, Cranial variation and the dispersal of modern humans in South Asia, Tharansee Prints, Colombo (1996).  American Journal of Human Biology 9(5):666-668.

1995

Review of M. K. Bhasin, H. Walter, and H. Danker-Hopfe (eds.), People of India:  An Investigation of Biological Variability in Ecological, Ethno-Economic and Linguistic Groups, Kamla-Raj Enterprises, Delhi.  American Journal of Human Biology 7(2):281-283.

Review of S. R. Walimbe, and S. S. Kulkarni (eds.), Biological Adaptations in Human Dentition:  An Odontometric Study on Living and Archaeological Populations in India, Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute, Pune (1993).  Asian Perspectives 34(1):122-123.

Review of M. J. Aitken, C. B. Stringer, and P. A. Mellars (eds.), The Origin of Modern Humans and the Impact of Chronometric Dating, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey (1993).  American Scientist 83(2):192-193.

1994

Review of M. N. Nitecki and D. V. Nitecki (eds.), History and Evolution, State University of New York Press (1992).  The American Historical Review 1994:516-517.

Review of S. Jones, R. Martin, D. Pilbeam, and S. Bunney (eds.), The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Human Evolution, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  American Paleontologist 1(5):7-8.

1993

(with P. V. Tobias).  On Keith's cover:  In other words.  Current Anthropology 34(1):67]68.

Review of J. Lanpo and H. Weisen's, The Story of Peking Man:  From Archaeology to Mystery.  Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990).  Human Biology 65(1):159-161.

Review of D. Ubelaker and H. Schammell's, Bones:  A Forensic Detective's Casebook, Burlingame/Harper Collins, New York (1992).  Review of J. H. Schwartz's, What the Bones Tell Us, Holt, New York (1993).  Science 260:1178-1179.

Review of M. Kitahara's, The Tragedy of Evolution:  The Human Animal Confronts Modern Society, Praeger, New York (1991).  American Anthropologist 95(1):192]193.

Review of M. S. Marcozzi's, Postmortem Changes in Human and Animal Remains:  A Systematic Approach, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois.  Forensic Science International 53:229-230.

1992

Review of Marc S. Marcozzi's, Postmortem Changes in Human and Animal Remains:  A Systematic Approach, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois (1991).  Forensic Science International 53:229-230.

Comments.  Phillip V. Tobias', Piltdown:  An appraisal of the case against Sir Arthur Keith.  Current Anthropology 33(3):268-269.

Review of G. Brauer and F. H. Smith (eds.), Continuity or Replacement:  Controversies in Homo sapiens Evolution, A. A. Balkema, Brookfield, Vermont (1992).  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 89(2):270-273.

Review of Garland Cannon's, The Life and Mind of Oriental Jones.  Cambridge University Press (1991).  Asian Perspectives 31(1):99-103.

1991 Review of F. Spencer's, Piltdown:  A Scientific Forgery.  American Journal of Human Biology 3(3):308]310.

1990

Review of R. B. Hale and T. Coyle (eds.), Albinus on Anatomy, Dover, New York.  The Eighteenth Century:  A Current Bibliography (New Series) 14.

Review of M. L. Weiss and A. E. Mann's, Human Biology and Behavior, 5th ed., Scott Foresman/Little Brown and Company, Glenview, Illinois.  Human Biology 62(4):579]582.

 

 



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