10th Annual Lambda Alpha Symposium, Wichita State University, April 19, 2008

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Lambda Alpha National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology
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2008-04-19
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Taphonomic , Faunal , Peyote , Primates , Osage , Criminality , Agriculture , New Zealand , Conservation , Okinawa , Kekchi , Maya , Decomposition , Felines , Egypt , Pratt complex (Pratt County, KS) , Zuba Site (Sumner County, KS) , Uxbenka, Belize
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Lambda Alpha Journal, v.38, p.92-100
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Abstracts of student papers delivered at the 10th Annual Lambda Alpha Symposium held on April 19, 2008, Clinton Hall, Wichita State University.

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Table of contents: Determining burn patterns / Laura Bennett -- How much is that doggie in the window? Taphonomic analysis of faunal remains / Kristen Bernard -- From the Little Old Men to Peyote religion: The Osage take a new road / Travis Cagle -- The inheritance of criminality / Jeremy Cleek -- The Origins of agriculture in the Fertile Crescent: Applying the stress model to the archaeological record / Derek Cox -- Fencing mountains and appetites: A New Zealand community's culture of conservation / Matthew Harms -- Champuru dreams: The making of Okinawan popular music / Sandi Kana Harvey -- Culture in transition: Observations among the Kekchi Maya / Benjamin Henry -- Cat scratch fever: The effect of grain on decomposition / Julie Holt -- Opening of the mouth: Death and rebirth in Ancient Egypt / Shannon Kraus -- Continuing to define the Pratt Complex / Nick Macaluso -- A Primatological conundrum: Where do we go from here? / Jan Mead-Moehring -- The Zyba Site: An archaeological assemblage in Sumner County, Kansas / David Muskus -- Morphological variation among Central European and recent U.S. immigrant skeletal samples / Evan Muzzall -- Lost in the park: Using GPS/GIS technology to enhance recording accuracy in field archaeology / Carol Shallue and Brent Weeks -- In the shadows of the big houses: Excavations at a non-elite residential group at Uxbenka, Belize / Amber C. Schrag --Treponemal disease in Southeast Florida: Results from ossuaries at MDM Parcel D / William C. Schaffer -- Evolution: What's it all about, Charlie? / Brent W. Weeks -- Buried in ashes / Julie Yeager.
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Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology
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v.38
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0047-3928
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