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This table lists the various scholarly activities by Queens College faculty dating back to 2008.  Use the options below to filter by year, academic department, category, or faculty name.  You may also search for a faculty name or description by using the Keyword search box.
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2017AnthropologyJournal Article, peer-reviewedBauer, AlexanderZ. Crossland and A. A. Bauer (2017) Im/materialities: Things and Signs. Semiotic Review Issue 4. Im/materialities. Thematic issue of Available online at
2017AnthropologyLecture (Invited)Bauer, AlexanderA. Bauer (2017). “Contact, Colony, and Community in the Black Sea Region: The First Two Seasons of Excavation at the Kale of Sinop, Turkey.” Invited lecture for the Classics Colloquium series, Bryn Mawr College, PA, 28 April 2017
2017AnthropologyTechnical/Policy Reports, otherBauer, AlexanderDoonan, O., H. Vural, A. Goldman, A. Bauer, J. Rempel, E. S. Sherratt, U. Krotschek, P. Maranzana, E. Sökmen (2017). "Sinop Kalesi Archaeological Excavations, 2015-2016 Field Seasons.” In The Archaeology of Anatolia: Recent Discoveries Vol. 2, S. Steadman and G. McMahon, eds., pp. 178-99. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2017.
2017AnthropologyNo works to report for 2017Birth, KevinN/A
2017AnthropologyNo works to report for 2017Collins, JohnN/A
2017AnthropologyBook, ChapterElisha, OmriOmri, Elisha.2017. “Afterword: Begging the Questions.” In Asking and Giving in Religious and Humanitarian Frameworks: The Request and the Gift, Frederick Klaits, ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
2017AnthropologyJournal Article, peer-reviewedElisha, OmriOmri, Elisha. 2017.“Proximations of Public Religion: Worship, Spiritual Warfare, and the Ritualization of Christian Dance.” American Anthropologist 119(1): 73-85
2017AnthropologyBook reviewHalliburton, MurphyReview of Our Most Troubling Madness: Case Studies in Schizophrenia Across Cultures. Somatosphere, April 18, 2017.
2017AnthropologyBook, AuthoredHalliburton, MurphyIndia and the Patent Wars: Pharmaceuticals in the New Intellectual Property Regime, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2017.
2017AnthropologyConference Presentation, otherHalliburton, Murphy"Family, Work and the ‘Developing Country Advantage’ in India" Paper presented at the meetings of the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis, August 2017.
2017AnthropologyConference Presentation, otherHalliburton, Murphy"Pharmaceutical Production in a New Patent Regime: An Interpretive Political Economy Approach," Paper presented at meetings of American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC November 2017.
2017AnthropologyNo works to report for 2017Limbert, MandanaN/A
2017AnthropologyJournal Article, peer-reviewedMadimenos, FeliciaGildner, TE, Liebert MA, Cepon-Robins TJ, Bribiescas RG, Sugiyama LS, Urlacher SS, Shrock JM, Harrington CJ, Madimenos FC, Snodgrass JJ. 2017. Associations between testosterone levels and parasite load: Testing life history tradeoffs among indigenous Shuar men from Amazonian Ecuador. Am J Phys Anthropol 162(S64):194.
2017AnthropologyJournal Article, peer-reviewedMadimenos, FeliciaHallett E, Eick G, Barrett T, Liebert MA, Cepon-Robins TJ, Gildner TE, Urlacher SS, Madimenos FC, Sugiyama LS, Snodgrass JJ. 2017. The Shuar Health and Life History Project: Chronic helminth infection is associated with kidney function in an indigenous Ecuadorian forager-horticulturalist population. Am J Hum Biol 29(2):19.
2017AnthropologyJournal Article, peer-reviewedMadimenos, FeliciaLiebert MA, Urlacher SS, Madimenos FC, Snodgrass JJ, Gildner TE, Cepon-Robins TJ, Bribiescas RG, Sugiyama LS. 2017. Diurnal cortisol rhythms among the indigenous Shuar of Amazonian Ecuador: individual differences by age, sex, and body composition across the lifespan. Am J Hum Biol 29(2):28.
2017AnthropologyJournal Article, peer-reviewedMadimenos, FeliciaMadimenos FC, Liebert MA, Urlacher SS, Cepon-Robins TJ, Gildner TA, Harrington CJ, Snodgrass JJ, Sugiyama LS, 2017. Documenting the changing reproductive landscape among Shuar females from Amazonian Ecuador. Am J Phys Anthropol 162(S64):272.
2017AnthropologyNo works to report for 2017Makihara, MikiN/A
2017AnthropologyTechnical/Policy Reports, otherMoore, James Fieldwork Preliminary Report (August 2017) Moore-Jackson Burial Grounds. Woodside, Queens, NY. Micro-topographic mapping. Remapping of remaining standing gravestones.
2017AnthropologyTechnical/Policy Reports, otherMoore, James Heritage Survey and Advisory Report (December 2017). Milton/Port Chester, Rye, NY. Gedney and Voris Housesite Heritage Development. Genealogical, Surface Survey and Ground Penetrating Radar Survey Evaluation.
2017AnthropologyBook, ChapterPechenkina, EkaterinaPechenkina EA, Ma X, Fan W. 2017. Health Status and Burial Status in Early China. In Bones Of Complexity: Bioarchaeological Case Studies of Social Organization and Skeletal Biology. Edited By Haagen D. Klaus, Amanda R. Harvey, and Mark N. Cohen. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.pp 173-205.
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