See the Call for Papers for Our Conference in Venice, February 2021
Michael Decker Maroulis Professor of Byzantine History and Orthodox Religion, The University of South Florida Few outside the world of veterinary health officials and those who work in the agricultural sector took notice when in June, 2011, The New York Times ran a piece trumpeting the eradication of the disease […]
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Caitlyn Coleman Introduction Archaeological research has had a considerable impact on modern discoveries. Studies on skeletal remains and mummified samples led to improvements in the research process for modern infections. Ancient DNA research has its challenges with controlling contamination and the fragmentation of the samples, but improvements in […]
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