It's gratifying to be contacted for excellent pieces like this new one that came out in The Atlantic last week. Katherine Wu digs into the various studies of tattooing and the immune system, including comments from a phone conversation we had a few months ago.
Photos from 2022 Human Biology Association & American Association for Biological Anthropologists Meeting in Denver
Special #Hackademics Issue of AJHB
Dr. Cara Ocobock and I are proud to announce the official publication of the #Hackademics Special Issue of American Journal of Human Biology that we co-edited!
All articles are #openaccess for the next 3 months and relevant across academia.
In this issue you will find:
Chris Lynn presents at HBA & AAPA
American Airlines stranded me in the Dallas-Ft. Worth airport overnight and I just made it to the conference in time for the 2nd half of the poster session. I presented wearing the same clothes I'd been wearing for two days and that I'd "slept" in after feeling like a pigeon at the airport. They know people are going to have to try to sleep there--why do they put those armrests to make it impossible. We won't poop on the floor. Anyway, it was an awesome conference, and I got a lot of good business done.
Christopher D. Lynn
I am a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Alabama with expertise in biocultural medical anthropology.
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