It snowed this morning. And no, it’s not because I’m still in the land of never-ending, Game of Thrones-style winter (also known as Michigan), but because I’m in Calgary. I’m here in Alberta for the annual American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA) meetings. I’m presenting a poster tomorrow morning, so if you’re in Calgary feel free to swing by. I’m sure my poster neighbors will appreciate being saved from the never-ending monologue about how much food you can buy at Tim Horton’s for under a toonie.
Date: Friday, April 10, 2014: 8am-5pm
Location: Telus CC Exhibit Hall E4
Poster Session: BIOARCHAEOLOGY: Childhood, Population and Cranial Change
Title: Intrasite variability in subadult burial during the Iberian Copper Age