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Byrnes, Jennifer F.

Bioarchaeology of Impairment and Disability

Byrnes, Jennifer F. - Bioarchaeology of Impairment and Disability, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Mind the Gap: Bridging Disability Studies and Bioarchaeology—An Introduction
Jennifer F. Byrnes, Jennifer L. Muller

Part I. Theoretical Perspectives on Impairment and Disability

2. Accommodating Critical Disability Studies in Bioarchaeology
Russell Shuttleworth, Helen Meekosha

3. Consideration of Disability from the Perspective of the Medical Model
Susan E. Roush

4. Historiography of Disablement and the South Asian Context: The Case of Shah Daula’s Chuhas
Shilpaa Anand

Part II. Ethnohistorical Interpretations: Ability, Disability, and Alternate Ability

5. Differently Abled: Africanisms, Disability, and Power in the Age of Transatlantic Slavery
Jenifer L. Barclay

6. Kojo’s Dis/Ability: The Interpretation of Spinal Pathology in the Context of an Eighteenth-Century Jamaican Maroon Community
David A. Ingleman

7. Rendered Unfit: “Defective” Children in the Erie County Poorhouse
Jennifer L. Muller

Part III. Quantitative Methods in Impairment and Disability: Bioarchaeological Approaches

8. The Bioarchaeology of Back Pain
Kimberly A. Plomp

9. Using Population Health Constructs to Explore Impairment and Disability in Knee Osteoarthritis
Janet L. Young, Edward D. Lemaire

10. Quantifying Impairment and Disability in Bioarchaeological Assemblages
Ann L.W. Stodder

11. Injuries, Impairment, and Intersecting Identities: The Poor in Buffalo, NY 1851–1913
Jennifer F. Byrnes

Part IV. Case Studies of Impairment and Disability in the Past

12. Impairment, Disability, and Identity in the Middle Woodland Period: Life at the Juncture of Achondroplasia, Pregnancy, and Infection
Aviva A. Cormier, Jane E. Buikstra

13. Attempting to Distinguish Impairment from Disability in the Bioarchaeological Record: An Example from DeArmond Mound (40RE12) in East Tennessee
Jonathan D. Bethard, Elizabeth A. DiGangi, Lynne P. Sullivan

14. Anglo-Saxon Concepts of Dis/Ability: Placing Disease at Great Chesterford in Its Wider Context
Sonia Zakrzewski, Stephanie Evelyn-Wright, Sarah Inskip

Keywords: Social Sciences, Archaeology, Medical Anthropology

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Bioarchaeology and Social Theory
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319569499
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-56948-2

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