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Walter BS, and DeWitte SN. In press. Urban and Rural Mortality and Survival in Medieval England. Annals of Human Biology. Link.
Redfern RC, Judd M, and DeWitte S. In press. Multiple injury and health in past societies: an analysis of concepts and approaches, and insights from a multi-period study. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Link.
2017 Crespo FA, Klaes CK, Switala AE, and DeWitte SN. Do leprosy and tuberculosis generate a systemic inflammatory shift? Setting the ground for a new dialogue between experimental immunology and bioarchaeology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 162:143- 156. Link.
2016 DeWitte SN. Archaeological evidence of epidemics can inform future epidemics. Annual Review of Anthropology DOI: 10.1146/annurev-anthro-102215-095929. PDF.
2016 DeWitte S, Kurth M, Allen C, and Linkov I. Disease epidemics: lessons for resilience in an increasingly connected world. Journal of Public Health doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdw044. PDF.
2016 Yaussy SL, DeWitte SN, Redfern RR. Frailty and famine: Patterns of mortality and physiological stress among victims of famine in medieval London. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. PDF.
2016 Walter BS, DeWitte SN, Redfern RR. Sex differentials in caries frequencies in medieval London. Archives of Oral Biology 63: 32-39. PDF.
2016 DeWitte SN, Hughes-Morey G, Bekvalac J, and Karsten J. Wealth, health, and frailty in Industrial-era London. Annals of Human Biology 43:241-54. PDF.
2015 DeWitte SN. Setting the stage for medieval plague: pre-Black Death trends in survival and mortality. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 158:441-451. PDF.
2015 DeWitte SN and Stojanowski CM. The Osteological Paradox 20 Years Later: Past Perspectives, Future Directions. Journal of Archaeological Research 23:397-450. PDF.
2015 DeWitte SN. Bioarchaeology and the Ethics of Research Using Human Skeletal Remains. History Compass 13: 10-19. PDF.
2014 DeWitte SN. The anthropology of plague: Insights from bioarchaeological analyses of epidemic cemeteries. The Medieval Globe 1:97-124. PDF.
2014 DeWitte SN. Differential survival among individuals with active and healed periosteal new bone formation. International Journal of Paleopathology. 7:38-44. PDF.
2014 DeWitte SN. Mortality risk and survival in the aftermath of the medieval Black Death. PLoS ONE 9(5): e96513. PDF.
2014 DeWitte SN. Health in post-Black Death London (1350-1538): Age patterns of periosteal new bone formation in a post-epidemic population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22510. PDF.
2014 Parker D, Wood J, Tomita S, DeWitte S, Jennings J, and Cui L. Household ecology and out-migration among ethnic Karen along the Thai-Myanmar border. Demographic Research 30:1129-1156. PDF.
2014 Devault AM, McLoughlin K, Jaing C, Gardner S, Porter TM, Enk JM, Thissen J, Allen J, Borucki M, DeWitte SN, Dhody AN, and Poinar HN. Ancient pathogen DNA in archaeological samples detected with a Microbial Detection Array. Scientific Reports 4:4245. PDF.
2014 Wagner DM, Klunk J, Harbeck M, Devault A, Waglechner N, Sahl JW, Enk J, Birdsell DN, Kuch M, Lumibao C, Poinar D, Pearson T, Fourment M, Golding B, Riehm JM, Earn DJD, DeWitte S, Rouillard J-M, Grupe G, Wiechmann I, Bliska JB, Keim PS, Scholz HC, Holmes EC, and Poinar H. Yersinia pestis and the Plague of Justinian: a genomic analysis. The Lancet Infectious Diseases doi:10.1016/S1473-3099(13)70323-2. PDF.
2013 DeWitte SN, Boulware JC, and Redfern RC. Medieval monastic mortality: hazard analysis of mortality differences between monastic and non-monastic cemeteries in England. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 153:322-332. PDF.
2013 DeWitte SN and Slavin P. Between Famine and Death: England on the Eve of the Black Death – Evidence from Paleoepidemiology and Manorial Accounts. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 44:37-60. PDF.
2012 DeWitte SN. Sex Differences in Periodontal Disease in Catastrophic and Attritional Assemblages from Medieval London. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 149:405-416. PDF.
2012 Bos K, Stevens P, Nieselt K, Poinar H, DeWitte SN, and Krause K. Yersinia pestis: New Evidence for an Old Infection. PLoS ONE 7:e49803. PDF.
2012 DeWitte SN and Hughes-Morey G. Stature and frailty during the Black Death: the effect of stature on risks of epidemic mortality in London, A.D. 1348-1350. Journal of Archaeological Science 39:1412-1419. PDF.
2012 Jones EE, and DeWitte SN. Using Spatial Analysis to Estimate Depopulation Ratios for Native American Populations from Northeastern North America, AD 1616–1645. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 31:83-92. PDF
2011 DeWitte SN and Bekvalac J. The association between periodontitis and periosteal lesions in the St. Mary Graces Cemetery, London, England A.D. 1350-1538. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 146:609-618. PDF
2011 Bos KI, Schuenemann VJ, Golding GB, Burbano HA, Waglechner N, Coombes BK, McPhee JB, DeWitte SN, Myer M, Schmedes S, Wood J, Earn DJD, Herring DA, Bauer P, Poinar HN, and Krause J. A draft genome of Yersinia pestis from victims of the Black Death. Nature 478:506-510. PDF
2011 Schuenemann VJ, Bos K, DeWitte S, Schmedes S, Jamieson J, Mittnik A, Forrest S, Coombes BK, Wood JW, Earn DJD, White W, Krause J, and Poinar HN. Targeted enrichment of ancient pathogens yielding the pPCP1 plasmid of Yersinia pestis from victims of the Black Death. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:E746-E752. PDF
2011 Redfern RC and DeWitte SN. Status and health in Roman Dorset: the effect of status on risk of mortality in post-Conquest populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 146:197-208. PDF
2011 Redfern RC, and DeWitte SN. A new approach to the study of Romanization in Britain: a regional perspective of cultural change in late Iron Age and Roman Dorset using the Siler and Gompertz-Makeham models of mortality. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144:269-285. PDF
2010 DeWitte SN. Age patterns of mortality during the Black Death in London, A.D. 1349-1350. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:3394-3400. PDF
2010 DeWitte SN. Sex differences in frailty in medieval England. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 143:285-297. PDF
2010 DeWitte SN and Bekvalac J. Oral health and frailty in the medieval English cemetery of St. Mary Graces. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 142:341-354. (5th most accessed AJPA article in 2010). PDF
2009 DeWitte SN. The effect of sex on risk of mortality during the Black Death in London, A.D. 1349-1350. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 139:222-234. PDF
2009 Gage TB, and DeWitte SN. What do we know about the agricultural demographic transition? Current Anthropology 50:649-655. PDF
2008 DeWitte SN, and Wood JW. Selectivity of Black Death mortality with respect topre-existing health. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105:1436-1441. PDF
2003 Wood JW, Ferrell RJ, and DeWitte-Aviña SN. The temporal dynamics of the fourteenth-century Black Death: New evidence from English ecclesiastical records. Human Biology 75:427-448. PDF
2003 Wood JW, and DeWitte-Aviña SN. Was the Black Death yersinial plague? The Lancet Infectious Diseases 3:327-328. PDF
2017 DeWitte SN. Sex and frailty in medieval Europe: Patterns from catastrophic and attritional assemblages. In S Argawal and J Wesp (eds) Exploring Sex and Gender in Bioarchaeology Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. p. 189-222.
2014 DeWitte SN. Modeling the second epidemiological transition in London: Patterns of mortality and frailty during industrialization. In M Zuckerman (ed) Modern Environments and Human Health: Revisiting the Second Epidemiologic Transition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley- Blackwell. p 35-54.
2012 Gage TB, DeWitte SN, and Wood JW. Demography: Mortality and Migration. In S Stinson and B Bogin (eds). Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspective, 2nd edition. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons, Inc. p. 695-755.