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Bone Broke has been cited in two publications as a new bioarchaeology blog (Meyers and Killgrove, 2014) and a current high-profile bioarchaeology blog (Meyers Emery and Killgrove, 2015):

The blog has also been used as a teaching resource at both the high school, college, and university level at the following 19 institutions:

Appalachian State University
ANT 4534 Archaeologies of Landscapes
ANT 1420 Archaeology and the Human Past
ANT 2221 Introduction to Archaeology
Professor Alice Wright
Post: How Do Archaeologists Find Sites?
Used as an introductory reference for explaining archaeological survey to an undergraduate audience.
Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine
ARCOM 5701 Anatomy
Professor Zach Throckmorton
Post: Osteomenagerie 7: The Vertebrae
Used as a visual aid in lecture slides teaching the vertebral column.
Bay Path University
FSC435/FSC435L Forensic Anthropology
Instructor Claire Gold
Post: Osteomenagerie 7: The Vertebrae
Post: Identifying Human Teeth: Human Dentition Cheat Sheet
Used as background for studying the spine and teeth.
Bone quizzes used as practice for identifying fragments
Bone Broke used as a general osteology reference for course.
Blinn College
ANTH 2401 Physical Anthropology
Professor Dawn Marshall
Post: Hip Hip Hooray: Orienting and Identifying Features of the Os Coxae
Used as a reference for the course content related to osteology.
Bryn Mawr College
ANTH B247 Bioarchaeology
Dr. Caroline VanSickle
Posts: Standard Anatomical Position
Osteomenagerie 7: The Vertebrae
Used as references for Standard Anatomical Position and the vertebrae, respectively.
Community College of Vermont
BIO-2011-VM02: Human Anatomy & Physiology I
Instructor Melanie Meyers
Post: Osteomenagerie 7: The Vertebrae
Used as background for studying the spine.
John Abbot CEGEP/College
Forensic Anthropology 381-DBE-AB
Instructor Sabrina Gloux
Bone Broke used as an online resource for study purposes.
Northeastern Illinois University
Professor Lesa Davis
ANTH 302 Human Osteology
ANTH 397 Senior Seminar in Biological Anthropology
Post: Gotta Hand it to You: Identifying Manual and Pedal Phalanges
Required reading in Human Osteology as a resource about the phalanges.
Bone Broke assigned a biological anthropology blog to follow during the senior seminar.
Pasadena City College
ANAT 25 Human Anatomy
Instructor Katherine Gould
Post: Osteomenagerie 7: The Vertebrae
Used as background for Axial Skeleton Lab.
Queenwood School for Girls (Sydney, AU)
HSC Ancient History (Year 11)
Instructor Sarah Hones
Post: Bring Out Your Dead: Navigating the ethics of displaying the dead in museums
Used in Human Remains Activity – Discussion on study and display of human remains.
SUNY Binghamton
ANTH 336: Human Skeleton
Instructor Ariel Gruenthal-Rankin
Post: Identifying Human Teeth: Human Dentition Cheat Sheet
Used as a resource for the unit on identifying and siding teeth.
Trent University
Anthropology 2410H
Professor Anne Keenleyside
Post: Bring Out Your Dead: Navigating the ethics of displaying the dead in museums
Used in Reaction Paper Assignment.
University of Alberta
ANTHR 390 Human Osteology
Professor Lesley Harrington
Post: Identifying the Metacarpals in Three Easy Steps
Bone Broke used as a general osteology reference for the course
University of California, Berkeley
127A Bioarchaeology
Professor Sabrina Agarwal
Post: Identifying Human Teeth: Human Dentition Cheat Sheet
Used as an online resource for the course.
University of Edinburgh
Postgraduate Course 11367 Human Musculo-Skeletal Anatomy
Dr. Linda Fibiger
Post: Identifying Human Teeth: Human Dentition Cheat Sheet
Used as an online resource for the course.
University of Michigan
CLARCH 375/MODGREEK 375: Archaeology and the Public: Archaeology and Heritage in a Globalized World
Professor Despina Margomenou
Post: Bring Out Your Dead: Navigating the ethics of displaying the dead in museums  Used in unit on preserving and exhibiting bodies (ethical dilemmas and challenges).
University of Nevada Las Vegas
ANTH 110L: Physical Anthropology Laboratory
Graduate Instructor Mark Toussaint
Bone Broke used in Short Assignment #1: Engaging with Anthropology Blogs.
University of North Florida
Bioarchaeology Lab and Independent Studies
Professor Gordon Rakita
Bone Broke used as a general osteological reference.
Wayne State University
ANT 5180: Forensic Anthropology
Professor Julie Lesnik
Bone Broke used as a general reference for osteo anatomy.
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