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  • Bird, Doug W. - Senior Research Scientist | Department of Anthropology
    abundance indices some zooarchaeological implications of Martu foraging Journal of Archaeological Science in press Bird D W R Bliege Bird B F Codding 2009 In pursuit of mobile prey Martu hunting strategies and archaeofaunal interpretation American Antiquity 74 3 29 Bliege Bird R B F Codding D W Bird 2009 What explains differences in men s and women s production Determinants of gendered foraging inequalities among Martu Human Nature 20 2 105 129 Bird D W 2009 The inherent value of foraging Arena Magazine 98 30 33 Bliege Bird R D W Bird B F Codding C H Parker J Holland Jones 2008 The fire stick farming hypothesis Australian Aboriginal foraging strategies biodiversity and anthropogenic fire mosaics Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105 1479 14801 Bliege Bird R and D W Bird 2008 Why women hunt risk and contemporary foraging in a Western Desert Aboriginal community Current Anthropology 49 655 693 Bird D W and B F Codding 2008 Human behavioral ecology and the use of ancient landscapes In Handbook of Landscape Archaeology B David and J Thomas eds pp 396 408 Walnut Creek CA Left Coast Press Bird D W and J F O Connell 2006 Behavioral Ecology and Archaeology Journal of Archaeological Research DOI 10 1007 s10814 006 9003 6 Bird D W R Bliege Bird and C H Parker 2005 Aboriginal burning regimes and hunting strategies in Australia s Western Desert Human Ecology 33 443 464 Bliege Bird R and D Bird 2005 Human hunting seasonality In Primate Seasonality ed D Brockman and C van Schaik Cambridge University Press Cambridge Bird D W and R Bliege Bird 2005 Mardu children s hunting strategies in the Western Desert Australia foraging and the evolution of human life histories In Hunter Gatherer Childhoods B S Hewlett and M E Lamb eds New York Aldine de Gruyter Bird D W R Bliege Bird and J L Richardson 2004 Meriam ethnoarchaeology shellfishing and shellmiddens Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Cultural Heritage Series 3 1 183 197 Carter M A Barham S O Connor P Veth D W Bird and R Bliege Bird 2004 The Meriam Islands archaeological project preliminary results of excavations on Mer and Dauar eastern Torres Strait Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Cultural Heritage Series 3 1 164 182 Carter M P Veth A Barham D W Bird S O Connor and R Bird 2004 Archaeology of the Murray Islands Torres Strait implications for a regional prehistory In Woven Histories Dancing Lives Torres Strait Islander Identity Culture and History R Davis ed pp 234 258 London Australian Aboriginal Studies Press Bird D W R Bliege Bird and C H Parker 2003 Women who hunt with fire Aboriginal resource use and fire regimes in Australia s Western Desert Arid Lands Newsletter 54 ISSN 1092 5481 Smith E A and R Bliege Bird and D W Bird 2003 The benefits of costly signaling Meriam turtle hunters Behavioral Ecology 14 116 126 Bird D W J L Richardson P M

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/81 (2012-11-21)
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  • Davie-Kessler, Jesse | Department of Anthropology
    experiences of the divine as well as questions surrounding the ethnographic translation of religious practice This project addresses Jesse s broader research interests which include religion embodiment and representation Before coming to Stanford Jesse received a BA in Anthropology from Princeton University and worked as an archival researcher at the District Six Museum in Cape Town South Africa Directory Information Dissertation Writers Bautista Stefanie Bolton J D Kutraluk Cancino Ignacio

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/341 (2012-11-21)
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  • Bolin, Annalisa | Department of Anthropology
    interested in dark tourism that depends on Rwanda s history of genocide for its existence how tourists and Rwandans perceive and engage with the ethics of tourism and heritage at memorials and sites of genocide and the role such heritage plays in the domestic and international political arenas I am particularly focused on problems and performances of morality in the face of the materiality of mass violence I received my

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/1141 (2012-11-21)
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  • Elamin, Nisrin | Department of Anthropology
    of foreign land acquisitions in Sudan South Sudan and Tanzania and the legal and socio cultural history of land reform in the region I am particularly interested in the various actors and communities involved in struggles over land and resources and the ways in which they have resisted and or promoted the privatization of land I am originally from Sudan and received my BA in Socio political Development Studies from

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/1143 (2012-11-21)
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  • Issavi, Justine | Department of Anthropology
    organization of Neolithic Central Anatolian societies such as Çatalhöyük reflect and in turn create that society s cultural identity and social relations I would like to examine how important social categories are constituted and continually reproduced in the architectural landscape and spatial organization of external spaces especially discard areas or middens throughout these sites I would like to challenge the accepted perception of middens as mere passive recipients of trash

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/1149 (2012-11-21)
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  • Kayne, Saree | Department of Anthropology
    Kayne Saree Grad Status First Year Cohort Born and raised in Los Angeles Ca Saree received her BA from the University of Chicago where she studied literature anthropology and the history and philosophy of science At Stanford she will pursue the anthropology of science in order to investigate the cultures that have developed around psychotherapy and psychopharmacology in the US When not in the library Saree can usually be found

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/1147 (2012-11-21)
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  • Maitra, Amrapali | Department of Anthropology
    Studies track where I explored Indian literary representations of madness for my senior thesis I have been at Stanford for the past two years as a medical student where I have conducted research investigating women s barriers to disclosing domestic violence in the clinic setting of Dhaka Bangladesh My interests lie in exploring the intimacies of violence in the urban slum setting the shaping of mental health through chronic stress

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/1151 (2012-11-21)
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  • Medina, Anthony | Department of Anthropology
    explore the knowledge of cultures through a pupil s eyes attempting to maintain an awareness of the social fabrics that my anthropological endeavors affect I study stories emerging from the Lake Victoria region in East Africa where processes of globalization have rapidly denigrated traditional systems of history keeping A people distanced from the teachings of their ancestors grow weak and exploitable thus I find purpose in directing archaeology that aids

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/1153 (2012-11-21)
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