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Asia Pacific Paleopathology Forum

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Launching the Asia-Pacific Paleopathology Forum


Paleopathologists in Korea and Japan have held Japan-Korea paleopathology forum https://www.kjforum2019.com/), hoping to launch a conference like the paleopathology meetings in the other continents someday in the future. After the 3rd K-J Paleopathology Forum (‘The Third Korea-Japan Paleopathology Forum’ in Paleopathology Newsletter. 2019. 187: 11-13), paleopathologists of Japan and Korea agreed to change our forum title to the Asia Pacific Paleopathology Forum (APPPF) and will open the door to researchers in other countries and continents. We hope to make this AP-PPF as an intermediate step to our final goal: Asia Pacific Meeting for Paleopathology Association. We, the paleopathologists of both countries therefore organized the Scientific Committee, which will be the host organization of next APPPF that will be held in Japan (2021). To collaborate with paleopathologists in the other continents, we also organized Scientific Committee and…

My Lab Publication Updates: Sep 2019

E2019-1. Lee HJ, Kim YJ, Shin DH, Shinde V. Traumatic injury in a cranium found at Rakhigarhi cemetery of Harappan civilization as anthropological evidence of interpersonal violence. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. Volume 23, February 2019, Pages 362-367
E2019-2. Lee HJ, Hong JH, Kim YJ, Hong Y, Shin DH and Slepchenko S. Caries, antemortem tooth loss and tooth wear observed in indigenous peoples and Russian settlers of 16th to 19th century West Siberia. Arch Oral Biol. Volume 98, February 2019, Pages 176-181 
E2019-3. Slepchenko S, Kardash O, Ivanova S, Afonin A, Shin DH, Hong JH. The Bukhta-Nakhodka 2 burial ground: first results and macro-remains analysis of samples from the burial grounds of the 6th to 13th centuries on the Yamal Peninsula in Russia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. SCOPUS
E2019-4. Dong Hoon Shin, Myeung Ju Kim, Raffaella Bianucci, Robert D. Loynes, Hisashi Fujita. Current Trends in Studies of Ancient Diseases. Biomed Research International. [Ed…

Special Issue for Zooarchaeology

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CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Issue Zooarchaeology in Anthropological Perspective


Biological anthropology has rapidly developed in recent years, entering a new stage to better understand our ancestors’ physical and pathological traits in history. The development of biological anthropology is not limited to studies on human remains collected from archaeological sites. Rather, various kinds of specimens of parasites, insects, and animals are also the subjects of bioanthropological studies. Despite the trends, there has not much opportunity for bioanthropologists to see the outcomes of zooarchaeology from anthropological perspectives. 
Anatomy and Biological Anthropology (former: Korean Journal of Physical Anthropology) therefore decide to publish a special issue under the title “Zooarchaeology in Anthropological Perspective”. This special issue dedicated to this attractive subject will improve our understanding of the domesticated or wild animals over time, as well as their interaction with hum…

Session in Annual Meeting of Korean Anatomists

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We organize "physical Anthropology" Session for upcoming the 69th Annual Meeting of Korean Anatomists.

The subject of the session will be:

Animal Science in Anthropological Perspective

Day 2 10. 17 (목) 16:30-17:10
Organizer: 신동훈 (서울대), 홍종하 (경희대)

- 신동훈 (서울대학교) 생물인류학 연구 차원에서 본 동물고고학의 학술적 의미
- Utesuki Manabu (Teikyo University) Multi-isotope investigation of horse breeding in Japan
- 홍종하 (경희대학교) 고고학 발굴현장에서 수집한 조선시대 말 뼈 미토콘드리아 DNA D-loop 서열에 대한 유전학적 분석
- 고은별 (서울대학교 고고미술사학과) 분묘유적에서의 동물유존체 출토 양상과 그 의미
- 김헌석 (국립경주문화재연구소) 삼국시대 생활유적 출토 동물뼈

25th EAA Annual Meeting in Bern

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Our presentation at EAA annual meeting 2019 in Bern DongHoon Shin(@bioanthro_snu)님의 공유 게시물님, 2019 9월 20 8:44오후 PDT
[Acceptance Letter by EAA]

Dear Jong Ha

Let me congratulate you on the acceptance of your contribution at the 25th EAA Annual Meeting in Bern.

Contribution type: Oral presentation
Contribution ID: 1686
Contribution title: Ancient mitochondrial DNA analysis of Ring-necked Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) bones collected from 4th century archaeological site in South Korea