Amy Scott

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

Scott A, Betsinger T (2017) Excavating identity: Burial context and fetal identity in post-medieval Poland. The Fetus: Biology, Culture, and Society. Han S, Betsinger T, Scott A, editors. Brooklyn: Berghahn Books.

• Gregoricka L, Scott A, Betsinger T, Polcyn M. (2017) Deviant burials and social identity in a post-medieval Polish cemetery: an analysis of stable oxygen and carbon isotopes from the ‘vampires’ of Drawsko. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.23244

Scott A, Choi KY, Mookherjee N, Hoppa R, Larcombe L (2016) The biochemical signatures of stress: A preliminary analysis of osteocalcin fluctuations and macroscopic skeletal changes associated with poor health in the Black Friars (13th-17th centuries) population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 159(4):596-606.

Scott A, Hoppa R (2015) A re-evaluation of the impact of radiographic orientation on the identification and interpretation of Harris lines. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 156(1):141-147.

• Gregoricka L, Betsinger T, Scott A, Polcyn M (2014) Apotropaic practices and the undead: A biogeochemical assessment of deviant burials in post-medieval Poland. PLoS ONE 9(11):1-24.

• Betsinger T, Scott A (2014) Governing from the grave: Vampire burials and social order in post-medieval Poland. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 24(3):467-476.

Scott A (2011) Pumping up the pomp: An exploration of femininity and female bodybuilding. Vis-á-Vis: Explorations in Anthropology, Graduate Student Journal of the Department of Anthropology, The University of Toronto 11(1):71-89. 

Scott A (2009) Sacred politics: An examination of Inca huacas and their use for political and social organization. TOTEM, Western University Anthropology Student Journal 17:23-36.

Edited Volumes
• Han S, Betsinger T, Scott A, editors. 2017. The Fetus: Biology, Culture, and Society. Brooklyn: Berghahn Books.