To acknowledge society’s behaviour towards children is to reveal the understanding and explanation of cultural reproduction and transformation at the innermost core of human historyGrete Lillehammer
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New volume of Childhood in the PastEditorial by Eileen Murphy: It is with much pleasure that I welcome you to the spring issue of Volume thirteen of Childhood in the Past, …Read more
Online resources on infant and child bioarchaeology for teachers and students — The Bioarchaeology of Childhood | Sian HalcrowThere is an increasing number of online imaging resources and software useful for the bioarchaeology of infant and children. These resources are of particular use …Read more