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2004Null, C. C.; Blakey, M. L.; Shujaa, K. J.; Rankin-Hill, L. M.; Carrington, S. H. H.Osteological indicators of infectious disease and nutritional inadequacyThe New York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final ReportOsteologyhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael_Blakey/publication/265064238_Osteological_Indicators_of_Infectious_Disease_and_Nutritional_Inadequacy/links/552ff5540cf20ea0a06f6169.pdf351–40211
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1932Day, Caroline BondA study of some Negro-White families in the United States, with a foreword and notes on the anthropometric data by Ernest A. Hooton, Cambridge, MA: Peabody Museum of Harvard University. Reprinted in 1970AdmixtureA study of some Negro-White families in the United States, with a foreword and notes on the anthropometric data by Ernest A. Hooton, Cambridge, MANew York: Negro Universities Press2
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1930Day, Caroline BondRace-Crossings in the United StatesThe CrisisAdmixture81–21373
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1994Rankin-Hill, Lesley M.; Blakey, Michael L.W. Montague Cobb (1904–1990): physical anthropologist, anatomist, and activistAmerican AnthropologistAnatomy74–96196W. Montague Cobb (1904–1990)4
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1997Rankin-Hill, Lesley M.A biohistory of 19th-century Afro-Americans: the burial remains of a Philadelphia cemeteryAfrican Diaspora Archaeology NewsletterBiohistory1314A biohistory of 19th-century Afro-Americans5
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1994Bates, Maryann S.; Rankin-Hill, LesleyControl, culture and chronic painSocial science & medicinePain629–6455396
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2004Blakey, Michael L.; Rankin-Hill, Leslie M.The New York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final ReportPrepared by Howard University, Washington, DC. for the United States General Service Administration, Northeast and Caribbean RegionBioarchaeology7
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2009Blakey, Michael L.; Rankin-Hill, Lesley M.; Perry, Warren; Howson, JeanThe New York African Burial Ground: Unearthing the African Presence in Colonial New YorkPrepared for The United States General Services Administration, Northeastern and Caribbean Region. Washington DC: Howard UniversityBioarchaeologyThe New York African Burial Ground8
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2009Blakey, Michael L.; Rankin-Hill, Lesley M.The Skeletal Biology of the New York African Burial Ground: Burial descriptions and appendicesSkeletal biologyThe Skeletal Biology of the New York African Burial GroundHoward University Press9
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1999Rankin-Hill, Lesley M.; Blakey, Michael L.W. Montague Cobb: Physical Anthropologist, Anatomist, and ActivistHarrison and HarrisonAnatomy101–36W. Montague Cobb10
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1996Jackson, Fatimah LCThe coevolutionary relationship of humans and domesticated plantsAmerican Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the American Association of Physical AnthropologistsEvolution161–176S2310111
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1991Jackson, Fatimah LCAn evolutionary perspective on salt, hypertension, and human genetic variability.HypertensionEvolutionI1291 Suppl1712
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2006Ely, Bert; Wilson, Jamie Lee; Jackson, Fatimah; Jackson, Bruce A.African-American mitochondrial DNAs often match mtDNAs found in multiple African ethnic groupsBMC biologyDNA; aDNA; mtDNA;341413
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1992Jackson, Fatimah LCRace and ethnicity as biological constructs.Ethnicity & diseaseRace120–1252214
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1995Lieberman, Leonard; Jackson, Fatimah LCRace and three models of human originAmerican AnthropologistRace231–24229715
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1990Jackson, Fatimah LCTwo evolutionary models for the interactions of dietary organic cyanogens, hemoglobins, and falciparum malariaAmerican Journal of Human BiologyEvolution521–5325216
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2009Watkins, Rachel J.Tuskegee on the “down low”: A bioculturalist brings the past into the presentOut in public: Reinventing lesbian/gay anthropology in a globalizing worldinequalities; public health; sexuality; syphilis; Tuskegee1251Tuskegee on the “down low”17
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2007Watkins, Rachel J.Knowledge from the margins: W. Montague Cobb's pioneering research in biocultural anthropologyAmerican AnthropologistAnatomy186–1961109Knowledge from the margins18
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2012Watkins, Rachel J.Biohistorical narratives of racial difference in the American Negro: Notes toward a nuanced history of American Physical AnthropologyCurrent AnthropologyraceS196–S209S553Biohistorical narratives of racial difference in the American Negro19
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2015Watkins, Rachel; Muller, JenniferRepositioning the Cobb human archive: The merger of a skeletal collection and its textsAmerican Journal of Human Biologyskeletal collections41–50127Repositioning the C obb human archive20
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2018Watkins, Rachel J.Anatomical collections as the anthropological other: Some considerationsBioarchaeological Analyses and Bodiesskeletal collections27–47Anatomical collections as the anthropological otherSpringer21
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2017Nieves-Colon, Maria A.; Pestle, William J.; Benn Torres, Jada; Stone, Anne C.Migration, admixture and genetic continuity in pre and post-contact Puerto RicoAmerican Journal of Physical AnthropologyAdmixture300–300162WILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA22
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2015Benn Torres, Jada; Colón, Gabriel A. TorresRacial experience as an alternative operationalization of raceHuman biologyrace306–31248723
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2015Benn Torres, Jada; Vilar, Miguel G.; Torres, Gabriel A.; Gaieski, Jill B.; Hernandez, Ricardo Bharath; Browne, Zoila E.; Stevenson, Marlon; Walters, Wendell; Schurr, Theodore G.; Consortium, GenographicGenetic diversity in the Lesser Antilles and its implications for the settlement of the Caribbean BasinPloS onee0139192101024
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2007Benn Torres, Jada; Kittles, Rick A.; Stone, Anne C.Mitochondrial and Y chromosome diversity in the English-speaking CaribbeanAnnals of human geneticsmtDNA782–79067125
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2014Benn Torres, JadaProspecting the past: genetic perspectives on the extinction and survival of indigenous peoples of the CaribbeanNew Genetics and SocietyDNA21–41133Prospecting the past26
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2013Benn Torres, Jada; Stone, Anne C.; Kittles, RickAn anthropological genetic perspective on Creolization in the Anglophone CaribbeanAmerican journal of physical anthropology135–143115127
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2012Benn Torres, Jada; Doura, Menahem B.; Keita, Shomarka OY; Kittles, Rick A.Y chromosome lineages in men of West African descentPLoS Onee296871728
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2007Benn Torres, Jada; Kittles, Rick A.The relationship between “race” and genetics in biomedical researchCurrent hypertension reports196–2013929
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2009Giri, Veda N.; Egleston, Brian; Ruth, Karen; Uzzo, Robert G.; Chen, David YT; Buyyounouski, Mark; Raysor, Susan; Hooker, Stanley; Benn Torres, Jada; Ramike, TenielRace, genetic West African ancestry, and prostate cancer prediction by prostate-specific antigen in prospectively screened high-risk menCancer prevention research1940–620730
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2008Benn-Torres, Jada; Bonilla, C.; Robbins, C. M.; Waterman, L.; Moses, T. Y.; Hernandez, W.; Santos, E. R.; Bennett, F.; Aiken, W.; Tullock, T.Admixture and population stratification in African Caribbean populationsAnnals of human geneticsAdmixture90–9817231
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2016Benn Torres, JadaGenetic anthropology and archaeology: Interdisciplinary approaches to human history in the CaribbeanPaleoAmericaDNA1–512Genetic anthropology and archaeology32
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1942Cobb, W. MontaguePhysical anthropology of the American NegroAmerican Journal of Physical AnthropologyAnatomy113–22322933
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1981Cobb, W. MontagueThe Black American in medicine.Journal of the National Medical AssociationMedicine1185Suppl7334
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1934Cobb, W. MontagueThe physical constitution of the American NegroJournal of Negro EducationAnatomy340–38835
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1948Cobb, W. MontagueProgress and Portents for the Negro in MedicineNational Association for the Advancement of Colored People36
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1947Cobb, W. MontagueMedical Care and the Plight of the NegroMedicineNational Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People37
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1936Cobb, W. MontagueRace and runnersThe Journal of Health and Physical EducationRace3–561738
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1952Cobb, W. MontagueSkeletonOsteology39
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1937Cobb, W. MontagueThe ossa suprasternalia in whites and American negroes and the form of the superior border of the manubrium sterniJournal of anatomyOsteology245Pt 27140
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1939Cobb, W. MontagueThe Negro as a biological element in the American populationJournal of Negro Education336–34841
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1935Cobb, W. MontagueMunicipal history from anatomical recordsThe Scientific MonthlyAnatomy157–16224042
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1933Cobb, W. MontagueHuman Materials In American Institutions Available For Anthropology StudyAnatomy43
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1943Cobb, W. MontagueEducation in human biology: an essential for the present and futureThe Journal of Negro HistoryEducation; biology119–155228Education in human biology44
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1953Cobb, W. MontagueThe national health program of the NAACPJournal of the National Medical AssociationNAACP; health33354545
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1951Cobb, W. MontagueSurgery and the Negro Physician: Some Parallels in BackgroundJournal of the National Medical AssociationMedicine145343Surgery and the Negro Physician46
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1943Cobb, W. MontagueEducation: Priority Number OnePhylon (1940-1956)Education305–31044Education47
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2012Watkins, Rachel J.Variation in health and socioeconomic status within the W. Montague Cobb skeletal collection: Degenerative joint disease, trauma and cause of deathInternational Journal of OsteoarchaeologyPaleopathology22–44122Variation in health and socioeconomic status within the W. Montague Cobb skeletal collection48
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2019Watkins, Rachel J.The Role of Black Feminist Theory in Critiquing Scientific Practices and Concepts of RaceAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY264–264168WILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA49
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2018Watkins, Rachel; Vržina, Sanja ŠpoljarThe Body as Flesh: The Paradox of “Breathing Life” into Bodies in US-Based Anatomical Collections18th IUAES-World (of) Encounters: the Past, Present and Future of Anthropological KnowledgeDecolonizationThe Body as Flesh50
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2014de la Cova, CarlinaThe Biological Effects of Urbanization and In-Migration on 19th-Century-Born African Americans and Euro-Americans of Low Socioeconomic Status: An Anthropological and Historical ApproachModern environments and human health: Revisiting the second epidemiologic transitionCollections; Museums243–264The Biological Effects of Urbanization and In-Migration on 19th-Century-Born African Americans and Euro-Americans of Low Socioeconomic Status51
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2011de la Cova, CarlinaRace, health, and disease in 19th-century-born malesAmerican journal of physical anthropologyPaleopathology, Race526–537414452
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2012de la Cova, CarlinaPatterns of trauma and violence in 19th-century-born African American and Euro-American femalesInternational Journal of PaleopathologyPaleopathology, Race61–683-Feb253
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2010de la Cova, CarlinaCultural patterns of trauma among 19th-century-born males in cadaver collectionsAmerican anthropologistTrauma589–606411254
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2008de la Cova, CarlinaSilent voices of the destitute: An analysis of African American and Euro-American health during the nineteenth centurySilent voices of the destituteIndiana UniversityPhD Thesis55
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2016de la Cova, CarlinaThe Retromolar Space: A Morphological Curiosity Observed Amongst the Protohistoric Arikara and MandanInternational Journal of OsteoarchaeologyDental 610–620426The Retromolar Space56
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2014Clancy, Kathryn BH; Nelson, Robin G.; Rutherford, Julienne N.; Hinde, KatieSurvey of academic field experiences (SAFE): Trainees report harassment and assaultPLoS OneSexual harrassment & assaulte10217279Survey of academic field experiences (SAFE)57
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2017Nelson, Robin G.; Rutherford, Julienne N.; Hinde, Katie; Clancy, Kathryn BHSignaling safety: Characterizing fieldwork experiences and their implications for career trajectoriesAmerican AnthropologistSexual harrassment & assault710–7224119Signaling safety58
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2009Nelson, Robin G.Adult health outcomes and their implications for experiences of childhood nutritional stress in JamaicaAmerican Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology AssociationChildren; health; Jamaica671–67852159
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2016Nelson, Robin G.Residential context, institutional alloparental care, and child growth in JamaicaAmerican Journal of Human BiologyChildren493–50242860
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2017Nelson, Robin G.Reimaging Process in 2016: Deliberations on a Year of Integrative Slow Science in Biological AnthropologyAmerican Anthropologist298–3072119Reimaging Process in 201661
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2010Nelson, Robin G.John Hawks and the Public's Consumption of Biological AnthropologyAmerican Anthropologist309–310211262
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2008Nelson, Robin G.Investing in Men, Investing in Mothers: Evolutionary approaches to culture and health in Mandeville, JamaicaMothers, Evolution Investing in Men, Investing in MothersUniversity of MichiganPhD Thesis63
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2019Nelson, Robin G.The Science of Biomarkers and the Nuance and Noise in Biocultural DataAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYGrowth and Development175–175168WILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA64
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2018Nelson, Robin G.Under State Control: Scarcity, Child Growth, and Life TrajectoriesAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYGrowth and Development187–187165Under State ControlWILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA65
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2018Nelson, Robin G.Untangling relations: Networks of care, adult labor, and child thriving in JamaicaAMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY30Untangling relationsWILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA66
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2017Nelson, Robin G.Alterity and Anthropometrics: Blackness, Vulnerability, and Post-Colonial Identities in Biological AnthropologyAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYAnthropometrics297–297162Alterity and AnthropometricsWILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA67
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2016Nelson, Robin G.Enrichment and IsolationContexts for Young Child Flourishing: Evolution, Family, and Society28868
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2016Nelson, Robin G." I don't have any friends": Narrative Self-Reports of Social Support and Resource Management, and Assessments of Nutritional Status in Jamaicans Across the LifespanAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY239–239159" I don't have any friends"WILEY-BLACKWELL 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA69
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2007Nelson, Robin G.Kin investment and body mass index in Mandeville, Jamaica.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY270–27019WILEY-LISS DIV JOHN WILEY & SONS INC, 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 USA70
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2008Nelson, Robin G.Adult health outcomes and their implications for childhood nutritional stress in Jamaica.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY161–161WILEY-LISS DIV JOHN WILEY & SONS INC, 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 USA71
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2009Nelson, Robin G.The impact of romantic unions on adult health outcomes in Mandeville, JamaicaAMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGYHealth262–26221WILEY-LISS DIV JOHN WILEY & SONS INC, 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 USA72
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2011Nelson, Robin G.The relationship between gender, adult kin and non-kin relationships and health outcomes in JamaicaAMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY269–26923WILEY-BLACKWELL COMMERCE PLACE, 350 MAIN ST, MALDEN 02148, MA USA73
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2013Nelson, Robin G.The benefits of girlhood in the patriarchy: Natal familial composition, institutional care setting and child health outcomes in JamaicaAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY205–205150The benefits of girlhood in the patriarchyWILEY-BLACKWELL 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA74
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2015Nelson, Robin G.Time, residential stability, and gender-specific growth changes in orphaned Jamaican childrenAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY234–234156WILEY-BLACKWELL 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA75
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1993Stubblefield, Phoebe R.Age estimate of the late miocene carbon isotope shift in the Potwar Plateau of Pakistan based on paleomagnetic reversal stratigraphyUniversity of Texas at AustinPhD Thesis76
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2011Stubblefield, Phoebe R.The anatomical diaspora: evidence of early American anatomical traditions in North DakotaJournal of forensic sciencesAnatomy1324–1327556The anatomical diaspora77
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1999Stubblefield, Phoebe R.Homicide or Accident Off the Coast of Florida: Trauma Analysis of Multilated Human RemainsJournal of Forensic ScienceTrauma; Forensics716–719444Homicide or Accident Off the Coast of Florida78
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2011Stubblefield, Phoebe R.A Strategy for Improving Forensic Anthropology Research OpportunitiesForensic Science Policy & Management: An International JournalForensics11–131279
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2009Stubblefield, Phoebe R.; Scharf, A.What Do We Tell the Sheriff? Determining Minimum Numbers of Individuals (MNI) for a Scatter of Human BonesForensicsWhat Do We Tell the Sheriff?80
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2004Stubblefield, Phoebe R.Cranial size in relation to body mass and skeletal robusticity in modern humans.Skeletal biology81
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2014Stubblefield, Phoebe R.An integrated focus for the anthropological deeded body programAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYDeeded body program248–248153WILEY-BLACKWELL 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA82
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2019Stubblefield, Phoebe R.Features of Decomposition from an Accidental Burial with a Defined Postmortem Interval in a Northern Latitude StateAMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYDecomposition; taphonomy241–241168WILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA83
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2010Stubblefield, Phoebe R.review of: the Immortal Life of Henrietta LacksJournal of Forensic Sciences1672–1672655review of84
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2018Stubblefield, Phoebe R.A Modified Human Cranium:" Cultural Heritage Object" or" Work of Art"?AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY267–267165A Modified Human CraniumWILEY 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA85
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1999Stubblefield, Phoebe R.Homicide or Accident Off the Coast of Florida: Trauma Analysis of Multilated Human RemainsJournal of Forensic Science716–719444Homicide or Accident Off the Coast of Florida86
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2004Rankin-Hill, L. M.; Blakey, M. L.; Howson, J.; Brown, E.; Carrington, S. H. H.; Shujaa, K.Demographic overview of the African burial ground and colonial Africans of New YorkThe New York African Burial Ground: History, A Final Report, Edna Green Medford, editorDemography266–30487
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2004Blakey, Michael; Rankin-Hill, LesleyNew York African burial ground: Skeletal biology reportWashington, DC: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Howard UniversitySkeletal biologyNew York African burial ground88
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1991Rankin-Hill, Lesley M.Afro-American biohistory: Theoretical and methodological considerations.Afro-American biohistory89
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2011Blakey, M.; Rankin-Hill, L. M.African burial ground projectCultural anthropology: the human challenge. Belmont, CA: WadsworthCultural anthropology246–6590
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2000Rankin-Hill, Lesley M.; Blakey, Michael L.; Carrington, S. H. H.; Howson, J. E.Political economy of fertility and population growth among enslaved Africans in colonial New York.American Journal of Physical AnthropologyBioarchaeology259–259WILEY-LISS DIV JOHN WILEY & SONS INC, 605 THIRD AVE, NEW YORK, NY 10158-0012 USA91
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2004Blakey, M. L.; Rankin-Hill, L. M.; Howson, J. E.; Carrington, S. H. H.The political economy of forced migration: Sex ratios, mortality, population, growth and fertility among Africans in colonial New YorkThe New York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final Report. The United States General Services Administration, Northeast and Caribbean Region: The African Burial Ground ProjectBioarchaeology514e5401The political economy of forced migration92
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1994Blakey, Michael L.; Leslie, Teresa E.; Reidy, Joseph P.Frequency and chronological distribution of dental enamel hypoplasia in enslaved African Americans: a test of the weaning hypothesisAmerican Journal of Physical AnthropologyBioarchaeology; Paleopathology; dental health371–383495Frequency and chronological distribution of dental enamel hypoplasia in enslaved African Americans93
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1993Rankin-Hill, LesleyUncovering African Americans' buried pastScience Year 1994Bioarchaeology117–13194
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2001Blakey, Michael L.Bioarchaeology of the African diaspora in the Americas: its origins and scopeAnnual review of AnthropologyBioarchaeology387–422130Bioarchaeology of the African diaspora in the Americas95
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2006Jackson, Fatimah LC; Mayes, A.; Mack, M. E.; Froment, A.; Keita, S. O. Y.; Kittles, G. M.; Shujaa, K.; Blakey, M. L.; Rankin-Hill, L. M.Chapter 5. Origins of the New York African Burial Ground Population: Biological Evidence of Geographical and Macroethnic Affiliations using Craniometrics, Dental Morphology, and Preliminary Genetic AnalysesNew York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final ReportBioarchaeologyChapter 5. Origins of the New York African Burial Ground Population96
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2012Alemseged, Zeresenay; Kiura, Purity W.; Mbua, Emma; Njau, Jackson; Pobiner, BrianaA platform for East African paleoanthropology: Third biannual conference of the EAAPPEvolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and ReviewsPaleoanthropology89–91321A platform for East African paleoanthropology97
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1998Alemseged, Zeresenay; Geraads, DenisTheropithecus atlanticus (Thomas, 1884)(Primates: Cercopithecidae) from the late Pliocene of Ahl al Oughlam, Casablanca, MoroccoJournal of Human EvolutionPrimatology609–621634Theropithecus atlanticus (Thomas, 1884)(Primates98