February 2011, ©2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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Social Bioarchaeology makes an excellent reference for this subfield, and stresses the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach at a time perhaps when anthropology needs it most." (Social Bioarchaeology, 12 April 2011)"Social Bioarchaeology puts the spotlight on the powerful and interesting story that human remains from archaeological settings tell about the human experience."
—Clark Spencer Larsen, The Ohio State University
"Decidedly embracing the concept of "holism" within anthropology, the contributors to this book dive deep into the human past and the intricacies of the human condition."
—Anne Grauer, Loyola University of Chicago