A Human Voyage: Exploring Biological Anthropology (2nd Ed.)
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Professor Keenleyside's research interests focus on the skeletal biology and paleopathology of northern indigenous populations of Canada and Alaska, and on Greek populations of the Black Sea region. She has also recently begun exploring the diet of past populations using stable isotope analysis. She has conducted fieldwork in the Canadian Arctic, Siberia, and Romania, and is currently conducting a bioarchaeological study of skeletal remains from a Greek cemetery 5th to 3rd centuries BC on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, and a Roman cemetery 2nd to 4th centuries AD on the Mediterranean coast of Tunisia. Anne Keenleyside , Richard A. A Human Voyage is a ground-up Canadian text designed to help students understand biological anthropology and the evolution of humanity.