Laure Spake
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Working with and for Ancestors: Collaboration in the Care and Study of Ancestral Remains
CH Meloche, L Spake, KL Nichols
Routledge, 2020
The impact of social experiences of physical and structural violence on the growth of African enslaved children recovered from Lagos, Portugal (15th–17th centuries)
HFV Cardoso, L Spake, SN Wasterlain, MT Ferreira
American journal of physical anthropology 168 (1), 209-221, 2019
A reappraisal of developing permanent tooth length as an estimate of age in human immature skeletal remains
HFV Cardoso, L Spake, HM Liversidge
Journal of forensic sciences 61 (5), 1180-1189, 2016
Age estimation of immature human skeletal remains from the dimensions of the girdle bones in the postnatal period
HFV Cardoso, L Spake, LT Humphrey
American journal of physical anthropology 163 (4), 772-783, 2017
Are we using the appropriate reference samples to develop juvenile age estimation methods based on bone size? An exploration of growth differences between average children and …
L Spake, HFV Cardoso
Forensic science international 282, 1-12, 2018
Lack of biological mortality bias in the timing of dental formation in contemporary children: Implications for the study of past populations
L Spake, RD Hoppa, S Blau, HFV Cardoso
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 174 (4), 646-660, 2021
A simple and software-independent protocol for the measurement of post-cranial bones in anthropological contexts using thin slab maximum intensity projection
L Spake, J Meyers, S Blau, HFV Cardoso, N Lottering
Forensic Imaging 20, 200354, 2020
Severe skeletal lesions, osteopenia and growth deficit in a child with pulmonary tuberculosis (mid-20th century, Portugal)
E Gooderham, L Marinho, L Spake, S Fisk, C Prates, S Sousa, C Oliveira, ...
International Journal of Paleopathology 30, 47-56, 2020
Indirect evidence for biological mortality bias in growth from two temporo-spatially distant samples of children
L Spake, HFV Cardoso
Anthropologischer Anzeiger 76 (5), 379-390, 2019
Testing the cross-applicability of juvenile sex estimation from diaphyseal dimensions
M Lamer, L Spake, HFV Cardoso
Forensic Science International 321, 110739, 2021
Interpolation of the Maresh diaphyseal length data for use in quantitative analyses of growth
L Spake, HFV Cardoso
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 31 (2), 232-242, 2021
Mother’s Partnership Status and Allomothering Networks in the United Kingdom and United States
L Spake, SB Schaffnit, R Sear, MK Shenk, R Sosis, JH Shaver
Social Sciences 10 (5), 182, 2021
Biological mortality bias in diaphyseal growth of contemporary children: Implications for paleoauxology
L Spake, RD Hoppa, S Blau, HFV Cardoso
American Journal of Biological Anthropology 178 (1), 89-107, 2022
The impact of market integration on arranged marriages in Matlab, Bangladesh
SB Schaffnit, AE Page, R Lynch, L Spake, R Sear, R Sosis, J Shaver, ...
Evolutionary Human Sciences 5, e5, 2023
Population variation in diaphyseal growth and age estimation of juvenile skeletal remains
HFV Cardoso, L Spake, L Ríos, J Albanese
Remodeling Forensic Skeletal Age, 99-138, 2021
Using anthropometrics and dental formation stages of contemporary children to investigate the impact of biological mortality bias on interpretations of past population health
L Spake
Simon Fraser University, 2020
Ancestral Human Remains in Legacy Collections: Research Opportunities and Ethical Responsibility
CH Meloche, L Spake
Chacmool at 50: The Past, Present, and Future of Archaeology–Proceedings of …, 2019
The digital lives of Ancestors: Ethical and intellectual property considerations surrounding the 3-D recording of human remains
L Spake, G Nicholas, HFV Cardoso
Working with and for Ancestors, 205-218, 2020
Juvenile Body Mass Estimation from the Femur Using Postmortem Computed Tomography Data
L Spake, J Meyers, HFV Cardoso
Human Biology 93 (2), 125-137, 2023
Disentangling the relationships between religion and fertility
L Spake, A Hassan, R Sear, MK Shenk, R Sosis, JH Shaver
Religion, Brain & Behavior 12 (4), 343-346, 2022
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