Sex and gender in paleopathological perspective offers a wealth of interesting interpretations of the interactions among biology culture and disease in human societiesthis book clearly demostrates the need to include gender and sex in interpretative models of biology and culture in past human populations aja. Sex and gender in paleopathological perspective edited by anne lgrauer patricia stuart macadam published by the press syndicate of the university of cambridge the pitt building trumpington street cambridge cb2 1rpunited kingdom sex and gender are becoming more implicit and explicit in these studies. Sex and gender in paleopathological perspective edited by anne l grauer and patricia stuart macadam cambridge uk cambridge university press 1999 xi 192 pp 5495 cloth engendering studies of past peoples has become an explicit focus in archaeology only in the past two decades. Introduction sex gender and health status in prehistoric and contemporary populations george jarmelagos sex and gender remain concepts wrought with confusion even after three decades in which anthropologists have clarified the distinctions between sex and gender confusion remains there is a consensus in anthropology that sex. Request pdf on researchgate sex and gender in paleopathological perspective a growing body of literature indicates that diseases can affect women and men differently because sex differences
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