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Publications

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Smith RWA, Monroe C, and Bolnick DA. 2015. Detection of Cytosine Methylation in Ancient DNA from Five Native American Populations Using Bisulfite Sequencing. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0125344. [PDF]
  • Smith RWA, Springs L, Bolnick DA. In Review. Making Kin in a Postgenomic World: Indigenous Belonging after the Genome. In: Daniels In and Beyond the Law. Kermoal N and Andersen C, eds. [Contact Rick for PDF]

Book Reviews

  • Smith, RWA. In Press. Monogamy Undone. Imaginations. [Review of Willey, Angela. 2016. Undoing Monogamy: The Politics of Science and the Possibilities of Biology. Durham, Duke University Press.]

In Preparation

  • Smith RWA, Mannriquez K, Mata-Miguez J, Smith DG, TallBear K, and Bolnick DA.  In Cold Blood: Genetic Boundary-Making and the Production of Indigenous Histories. Social Studies of Science.
  • Tung T, Monroe C, Smith RWA, Bolnick DA, Kemp BM. Bioarchaeological and Genetic Evidence of Native Andean Health and Mortuary Traditions in the Colonial-era: The Vinchos Cave Mummies from Ayacucho, Peru. American Journal of Human Biology.
  • Smith RWA, Saboowala S, Non A, Tung T, and Bolnick DA, LINE-1 Methylation in Ancient DNA from Wari and post-Wari Populations in Peru. Journal of Archaeological Science.
  • Smith RWA. Evaluating Deamination-based Approaches for Inferring DNA Methylation: Insights from Five Ancient Genomes. Genome Research.
  • Bolnick DA, Smith RWA, Fuentes A (eds.). Vital Topics Forum -- How Academic Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge. American Anthropologist.
  • Smith RWA and Bolnick DA. Situating Science: Doing Biological Anthropology as a View from Somewhere. In: Vital Topics Forum – How Academic Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge. American Anthropologist.
  • Archer SM and Smith RWA. Bisexual Anthropologies of Science. In: Vital Topics Forum – How Academic Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge. American Anthropologist.
  • Bolnick DA, Smith RWA, Malhi R, Fuentes A (eds.). Perspectives Series – How Academic Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
  • Smith RWA and Bolnick DA. Making Scientific Knowledge from Place. In: Perspectives Series – How Academic Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge (Bolnick DA, Smith RWA, Malhi R, Fuentes A (eds.)). American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
  • Archer SA and Smith RWA. Undisciplining Academic Desire: Bisexual and Queer Epistemologies of Science.  In: Perspectives Series – How Academic Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge (Bolnick DA, Smith RWA, Malhi R, Fuentes A (eds.)). American Journal of Physical Anthropology.