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PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

PUBLICATIONS

* Peer Reviewed


2020*   C. Friewald, K. Miller Wolf, T. Pugh, A. Rand, and P. Fullagar. Early Colonialism and Population Movement at the Mission San Bernabé, Guatemala. Ancient Mesoamerica, 31:3: 543-553.


2019*       K. Miller Wolf. “Una Perspectiva Bioarqueológica de la Salud de los Entierros de Yautepec” in Excavaciones de casas en la ciudad Azteca de Yautepec, Morelos, México, M.E. Smith, ed. BAR International Series. Archaeopress, Oxford. p. 435-439. (In Spanish)


2019*       C. Halperin, J. Garrido, R. Mongeluzzo, M. Salas, K. Miller Wolf. “Resultados de las Investigaciones de la 2da Temporad de Campo de Proyecto Arqueológico Ucanal” in the Proceedings of the XXXI Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala: Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología, B. Arroyo, LA Méndez S., and G. Ajú Álvarez, editors. Guatemala City: Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes y Instituto de Antropología e Historia: Asocación Tikal.


2019*       K. Miller Wolf. “Curating Large Skeletal Collections: An Example from the Ancient Maya Site of Copan, Honduras” in the special issue “Curation and Conservation of Human Skeletal Remains: A Global Perspective of Best Practices” of the Journal of Advances in Archaeological Practice 7(1), 30-39


2019*       H. Plumer-Moodie, C. Quiroz, K. Miller Wolf, Y. Musa. “When Provenience is Lost: Achievements and Challenges in Conserving the Historical St. John’s, Belize Skeletal Collection” in the special issue “Curation and Conservation of Human Skeletal Remains: A Global Perspective of Best Practices” of the Journal of Advances in Archaeological Practice 7(1), 40-46.


2019*       C. Frewiald and K. Miller Wolf (Guest Editors). “Considering Conservation of Human Skeletal Remains in Archaeological Contexts” in the special issue “Curation and Conservation of Human Skeletal Remains: A Global Perspective of Best Practices” of the Journal of Advances in Archaeological Practice 7(1), 3-9


2018*       K. Miller Wolf and C. Freiwald “Re-interpreting Ancient Maya Mobility: A Strontium Isotope Baseline for Western Honduras.” Journal of Archaeological Sciences Reports. 20:799-807.


2017*       D. Bullock, K. Miller Wolf, W. Mohamed, M. Wolf. “Igniting the Passion: Examples for Anthropology, Sociology, and Geography” in Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning across Academic Disciplines, R. Alexander, ed. George Mason University Press. p. 153-172.


2017*       K. Miller Wolf. “La Bioarqueología de Diversidad y Complejidad de la Antigua Sociedad Maya en Copán: Resultados de un estudio de estroncio y biodistancia” in the Proceedings of the XXX Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala: Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología, B. Arroyo, LA Méndez S., and G. Ajú Álvarez, editors. Guatemala City: Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes y Instituto de Antropología e Historia: Asocación Tikal.


2016*       T.W. Pugh, K. Miller Wolf, C. Freiwald, P.M. Rice. “Technologies of domination at Mission San Bernabé, Petén, Guatemala.” Ancient Mesoamerica. 27(1): 49-70.


2014*       C.M. Stojanowski, C.L. Carver, K. Miller. “Incisor Avulsion, social identity and Saharan population history: New data from the Early Holocene southern Sahara.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 35:79-91.


2010*  T.D. Price, J.H. Burton, R.J. Sharer, J.E. Buikstra, L.E. Wright, L.P. Traxler, K. Miller. “Kings and commoners at Copán: Isotopic evidence for origins and movement in the Classic Maya period.”  Yearbook Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 29:15-32.

IN REVIEW

H. Plumer-Moodie, K. Miller Wolf. “Skeletal Populations in the Northern Three Rivers Region: Demographics, Health, Bioarchaeological Ethics, and Future Research” in Ancient Maya Landscapes in Northwestern Belize. S. Krause and T. Guderjan, eds. Chapter 21. University of Florida Press.


K. Miller Wolf. “Life and Death at the San Bernabé Spanish Mission” in Colonialism at Tayasal, Peten, Guatemala, T. Pugh, ed, University of Colorado Press.


C. Hughes, J. Lindo, T Pugh, C. Marshall, R Malhi, K. Miller Wolf, C. Freiwald. “Assessing Ancestry at San Bernabé’: Insights from an Ancient DNA Feasibility Study” in Colonialism at Tayasal, Peten, Guatemala, T. Pugh, ed, University of Colorado Press.


K. Miller Wolf. “The Bioarchaeology of Late Classic Copan: Migration, Kinship, and Social Organization” in Copan in the Late Classic and Postclassic, E. Barrios, A. Tokovinine, and C. McNeil, eds. University of Florida Press.

SELECT PRESENTATIONS

Invited Papers

2020         K. Miller Wolf, C. Bolte, and J. Worth. “A Hypothetical Bioarchaeological Reconstruction of the Fate of the 1559-1561 Luna Settlement People.” North American Society for Oceanic History meeting, Pensacola, FL. May 2020. Postponed due to Covid-19 Pandemic.


2020         K. Miller Wolf, “Disputing Patriarchy: A Bioarchaeological Analysis of the Power of Ancient Maya Women” in the “Hidden Lives of Women” poster session organized by C. Lee and M. Blueze. 89th annual American Association of Physical Anthropology meeting, Los Angeles, CA. April 2020. Cancelled due to Covid-19 Pandemic.


2019         K. Miller Wolf, “The Bioarchaeology of Inequality in Mesoamerica from Prehistoric, Contact, and Colonial Contexts”, in the Dependency, Inequality, and Material Culture Workshop, University of Bonn, Germany. February 12-14.


2019         K. Miller Wolf. “Society in Flux: Migration and Kinship during Sociopolitical Change in the Southern Lowlands” in the “Making and Breaking Boundaries in the Maya Lowlands: Alliance and Conflict across the Guatemala-Belize Border” session organized by C. Halperin and C. Freiwald. 83rd annual Society of American Archaeology meeting, Albuquerque, NM. April, 2019.


2019         T. Pugh, E. Chan, and K. Miller Wolf. “The Peal of Domination at San Bernabé, Petén, Guatemala” in the “After Cortés: Archaeological Legacies of the European Invasions in Mesoamerica” session organized by R. Alexander. 83rd annual Society of American Archaeology meeting, Albuquerque, NM. April, 2019.


2019         H. Plumer-Moodie and K. Miller Wolf. “Management of Skeletal Collections in the Three-Rivers Region“ in the “Ancient Maya Landscapes in Northwestern Belize, Part 1” session organized by T. Guderjan and F. Valdez. 83rd annual Society of American Archaeology meeting, Albuquerque, NM. April, 2019.


2017         K. Miller Wolf. “Curating Large Skeletal Collections: An Example from the Ancient Maya Site of Copan, Honduras” in the “Curating the Past: The Practice and Ethics of Skeletal Conservation” session organized by K. Miller Wolf and C. Freiwald. Presented at the 82nd annual Society of American Archaeology meeting, Vancouver, BC. April, 2017.


2016         K. Miller Wolf. “Boundless Borders: The Bioarchaeology at the Maya Frontier” in the “Discovering Interconnections, Part II” session, A. Green. Presented at the 115th annual American Association of Anthropology meetings, Minneapolis, MI.


2016         K. Miller Wolf. “La Bioarqueología de Diversidad y Complejidad de la Antigua Sociedad Maya en Copán: Resultados de un studio de estroncio y biodistancia” in the “ Mesa Redonda Arqueología Patrimonio y Comunidad en Copan, Honduras” organized session, E. Garza. Presented at the 30th annual Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicos de Guatemala, Guatemala City. (In Spanish)


2016         K. Miller Wolf and T. Pugh. “The Bioarchaeology of Colonization and Missionization at San Bernabé, Late Petén Itzá” in the “Preclassic to Colonial: Current Invesigations in the Petén Lakes Region, Guatemala” session organized by Y. Shiratori and N. Meissner. Presented at the 81st annual Society of American Archaeology meeting, Orlando, FL.


2016         M. Wolf and K. Miller Wolf. “Creating an Interdisciplinary Map of Social and Environmental Change through Topography and Bioarchaeology” in the “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes: Transitions and Thresholds throughout Central America and Beyond” session, organized by S. Krause and L. Aebersold. Presented at the 81st annual Society of American Archaeology meeting, Orlando, FL.


2015         K. Miller Wolf. “The Bioarchaeology of Identity in Honduras: New Evidence for Biological Diversity and Cross-Cultural Complexity at Late Classic Copan” in the “The Ch’orti’ Maya Area: Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador in the Ancient and Historical Past” session, B. Metz and R. Quizar. Presented at the 114th annual American Association of Anthropology meetings, Denver, CO.


2015         K. Miller Wolf. “A Bioarchaeological Approach to Diversity and Complexity of Ancient Maya Society at Copan: Results from New Strontium and Biodistance Data” in the “Community Diversity in the Archaeological Past and the Complicated Present: Ongoing Field Research and Civic Engagements in the Copan, Valley, Honduras” session, W. Fash and B. Fash. Presented at the 80th annual Society of American Archaeology meetings, San Francisco, CA.


2015         C. Freiwald, K. Miller Wolf, T. Pugh “Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Population Shifts in the Petén Lakes Region” in the “Current Investigations in the Petén Lakes Region, Guatemala” session, J. Bracken and C. Freiwald. Presented at the 80th annual Society of American Archaeology meeting, San Francisco, CA.


2014         K. Miller Wolf. “Creating Community at Copan: The Intersection of Kinship and Migration at the Maya Frontier” in the “"Bioarchaeological approaches to kinship: bridging biology, social relatedness, and theory" session, K. Paul and K. Johnson. Presented at the 79th annual Society for American Archaeology meeting, Austin, TX.


2014         C. Freiwald, K. Miller, T.D. Price, J.H. Buron, P. Fullagar, C. Wells. “Reinterpreting ancient population moment in Mesoamerica: new strontium and oxygen isotopes values in western Honduras” in “Mobility and Migration over Mesoamerica in Classic and Postclassic Times” session, G. Pereira and C. Arnauld. Presented at the 79th annual Society for American Archaeology meeting, Austin, TX.


2014         R. Lamela, T. Pugh, and K. Miller. "Catholic Mortuary Practices of the Fifteenth to Eighteenth Century: A Comparison Between Tayasal, Peten, Guatemala and the Iberian Peninsula" in the "Recent Work at Nixtun-Ch'ich' and Tayasal, Petén, Guatemala" session, T. Pugh and P. Rice. Presented at the 79th annual Society for American Archaeology meeting, Austin, TX.


2013         K. Miller. “Migration and Culture Contact at Copan: The Bioarchaeology of a City at the Maya Frontier” in the “Traveler’s Log: The Past Present, and Future of Migration and Travel in Mesoamerica” session, K. Miller and A. Tokovinine. Presented at the 112th annual American Anthropological Association meeting, Chicago, IL.


2013         K. Miller, C. Frewiald. “Identifying ancient population movement in Honduras using strontium and oxygen isotopes: New values and interpretations” in the 12th Annual Archaeology Chemistry Symposium. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA.

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