Graduate Student Publications

Recent Graduate Student Publications

Badescu, I., D.P. Watts, M.A. Katzenberg and D.W. Sellen (2016). Alloparenting is associated with reduced maternal lactation effort and faster weaning in wild chimpanzees. Royal Society Open Science (RSOS)

Badescu, I., I., M.A. Katzenberg, D.P. Watts and D.W. Sellen (2016). A novel fecal stable isotope approach to determine the timing of age-related feeding transitions in wild infant chimpanzees. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (doi: 10.1002/ajpa.23116.) 

Bikoulis, P., F. Gonzalez-Macqueen, G. Spence-Morrow, W. Yépez Álvarez, S. Bautista, J. Jennings. (2016). “A new methodology for geoglyph research: Preliminary survey results and practical workflow from the Quilcapampa Geoglyph Survey (Sihuas Valley, Peru).” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 10: 119-129.
Williams SA (2016) Ideal citizens: the birthing of state truths and fictions in Quintana Roo. Anthropology & Medicine, DOI: 10.1080/13648470.2016.1181946.

Silver MP, Hamilton AD, Biswas A, Williams SA (2016) Life after Medicine: A Systematic Review of Studies of Physicians’ Adjustment to Retirement.  Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health 2(1): 001-007.

Grinberg, O. (2016) Constructing Impossibility: Israeli State Discourses about Palestinian Child Labour. Children & Society Special Issue: Children Affected By Armed Conflict 30.5: 396–409. doi:10.1111/chso.12177

Reid, M.J.C. et al. (2016) Detailed phylogenetic analysis of primate T-lymphotropic virus type 1 (PTLV-1) sequences from orangutans (/Pongo pygmaeus/) reveals new  insights into the evolutionary history of PTLV-1 in Asia. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 43: 434-450. doi:10.1016/j.meegid.2016.05.036

Ley, L. (2016) “Dry Feet For All”: Flood Management and Chronic Time in Semarang, IndonesiaAustrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies 9(1): 107-126.

Gagne, M.  (2016)  Nadir’s intimate biography: fantasy, gay hook-up apps, and intimate productions in Beirut. Special Issue on “Digital Intimacies”, Middle East Journal of Culture and Communications 9.2: 165-181. DOI: 10.1163/18739865-00902004.

Sarmadi, B. (2016) Following a ‘standstill’: An ethnographic approach to financialization. Anthropology Today 32.3: 13-15. DOI: 10.1111/1467-8322.12254.

Grinberg, O. (2016) Radical Indeterminancies: Affirmations and Subversions of the Separation Wall – The Case of the Palestinian Children of the Junction. Journal of Borderland Studies. DOI: 10.1080/08865655.206.1174600.

Bertrand, O.C. and M.T. Silcox. (2016) First virtual endocasts of a fossil rodent:Ischyromys typus (Ischyromyidae, Oligocene) and brain evolution in rodents. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36.2. DOI: 10.1080/02724634.2016.1096275.

Bertrand, O.C.F. Amador-Mughal, M.T. Silcox. (2016) Virtual endocasts of Eocene Paramys (Paramyinae): oldest endocranial record for Rodentia and early brain evolution in Euarchontoglires. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 283: 20152316.

Edwards, M. et. al. (2016). Analysis of Iris surface features in populations of diverse ancestry. Royal Society Open Science. DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150424.

 

Anthropology Graduate Journal: Vis-a-vis Explorations in Anthropology

vis-à-vis: Explorations in Anthropology is an academic forum dedicated to publishing graduate student work from any of the anthropology sub-fields. The journal is published exclusively in online form and all articles published since 2008 are available under a Creative Commons license. Our aim is to recognize outstanding scholarly works within and beyond the University of Toronto. vis-à-vis welcomes submissions from students, professionals, and scholars working in anthropology and its related disciplines in Canada and internationally. Those currently or formerly affiliated with Canadian institutions are particularly encouraged to contribute. Submissions may include research articles and book reviews. Please visit the vis-à-vis website for more information.