Tracy Betsinger publishes book chapter

Tracy Betsinger, Anthropology, recently published a chapter in the edited volume, Bioarchaeology of the American Southeast: Approaches to Bridging Health and Identity in the Past (University of Alabama Press, 2018). The chapter, “Regional Differences in Caries by Sex and Social Status in Late Prehistoric East Tennessee” addresses the homogeneity that is assumed for Mississippian adaptations in the American Southeast by exploring how variations in local environment and physiography contribute to differences within and between communities in terms of diet and access to resources.