Congratulations to UGA Biology and Anthropology students William Walker and Anna Brachey, whose papers have been published in The Classic, the Writing Intensive Program’s journal of undergraduate writing and research. Their work is part of the Bioarcheology Special Issue 3.1.
William Walker examines skeletons from the Black Plague to suggest that when the Tudor reign usurped the throne, citizen health improved. You can read “Do Dead Men Really Tell No Tales? An Analysis of Health in Medieval London” http://theclassicjournal.uga.edu/…/do-dead-men-really-tell…/
Anna Brachey's paper looks at corsetry as a representation of social tensions and cultural discrimination against women in “Structural Violence and Human Biology” http://theclassicjournal.uga.edu/…/structural-violence-and…/
Congratulations to William Walker and Anna Brachey and all the students published in The Classic.