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
And, if you’re not in Calgary but curious about some of my initial dissertation research, I’ve uploaded an image and attached a pdf of the poster below.