Are you a student attending this years AAPAs? Are you presenting a paper related to dental anthropology? Apply for the Albert A. Dahlberg Prize!
The Dental Anthropology Association presents Let's Do Lunch! The goal of this gathering is to match students with professors for one-on-one conversations about dental anthropology at the AAPA meetings. Traditionally, professors and professionals sponsor the lunch of up to 3 students.
The time will be announced as soon as the AAPA Meeting Program Schedule has been posted (it will fall during the lunch break of Friday, April 13).
We have room for ~30 people and spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fill out this form if you're interested in joining us!! Note, there are multiple pages
The Dental Anthropology Association is pleased to announce the addition of The Turner-Scott Dental Anthropology System (ASUDAS) dental plaque set on Bone Clones.
From the website: "The Turner-Scott Dental Anthropology System dental plaques are a series of 24 reference plaques that highlight human tooth morphology and variation. Created by Dr. Christy G. Turner II, Dr. Christian R. Nichol, and Dr. G. Richard Scott, this standardized collection of plaques showcase non-metric tooth crown and root traits that are found in a given human population, as well as showing the degree of expression of each trait. Included with the set of plaques are an annotated bibliography of references and a history of the dental plaque system written by one of the original developers of the DAS standards, Dr. G. Richard Scott. A portion of sales will go to the Dental Anthropology Association to help fund student activities and research.
This set comes packaged in a sturdy box with 3 foam trays that hold the plaques securely to allow for convenient storage and transportation. "
From the Editors' Corner of Dental Anthropology Vol. 30, No. 1:
"We are pleased to announce the official launch of the new website for the journal! Authors can now submit manuscripts via the Dental Anthropology Association website at the following link: journal.dentalanthropology.org. Hopefully, this move will ease manuscript submission for authors and streamline the peer review process. This website will also serve to house all the back issues of the journal. This move should make it easier to find content published in the journal and increase its visibility. We would like to reiterate our commitment to open access and accessibility of the journal and the research housed within. All content will continue to be made available free of charge. As the editors, we are excited about the direction of the journal, and look forward to reading future submissions."
MARIN A. PILLOUD and G. RICHARD SCOTT
The next edition of our journal will be hosted on the new website. Until such a time, all editions will continue to be available here.
We may be a bit behind on releasing Dental Anthropology issues, but have no fear! The first issue of 2016, volume 29, has arrived! We have also released a new style guide for contributors to help the process move along much quicker, so we can bring you the latest and greatest in the dental world. Find them both on the journal page- here!
During the 2016 annual business meeting we elected three new officers!
Daniel Antoine- President-elect
Marin Pilloud and Richard Scott- Co-editors of Dental Anthropology
Please visit this page to view their profiles!
Thank you to everyone who submitted papers and those who acted as judges for this year's Dahlberg student paper competition! I am please to announce our winners:
Evelyn Glaze, for her paper on molar size patterns in Paranthropus
Amy Michael, for her paper on dental histology in samples from a Maya rock shelter.
Congratulations, ladies! Their abstracts will be posted shortly.