Center for Bioarchaeological Research
The School of Human Evolution and Social Change, our Center for Archaeology and Society, and individual faculty members maintain extensive research and teaching collections in archaeology, ethnology and evolutionary anthropology. Indexes to selected anthropology collections are maintained online. For more information, visit the school's collections page.
International Journal of Paleopathology
One of two journals founded and edited by CBR faculty, the International Journal of Paleopathology is edited by Regents Professor and CBR Founding Director Jane E. Buikstra. The International Journal of Paleopathology is the official journal of the Paleopathology Association, and focuses on theoretically and methodologically sophisticated approaches to health and diseases in the past. Please click here to learn more about this peer-reviewed journal.
The newest journal founded by a member of the CBR, Bioarchaeology International is co-edited by Associate Professor Brenda Baker. Bioarchaology International focuses on the integrative analysis and interpretation of bioarchaeological contexts using innovations in both methods and theory. Please click here to learn more about this peer-reviewed journal.
Click here to learn more about bioarchaeology research projects at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.