Daniel Temple


Photograph of Daniel Temple

Daniel Temple is currently an Assistant Professor at the George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. His research interests include skeletal and dental biology, growth and development, ecogeographic adaptation, body size and shape variation, evolutionary theory, mortuary analysis, and ancient hunter-gatherer groups in Japan, Florida, and Alaska. For the project, he will be looking at variability in systemic stress using enamel microstructures and body size.

Email: dtemple3@gmu.edu

Phone: (703) 993-3447

Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Robinson Hall B, Room 305
George Mason University, MSN 3G5
Fairfax, Virginia 22030-4444 USA


Temple, D.H., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. 2014. Skeletal Growth in Early and Late Neolithic Foragers from the Cis-Baikal Region of Eastern Siberia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 153: 377-386.

Temple, D.H., Goodman, A.H. 2014. Bioarchaeology Has a “Health” Problem: Conceptualizing “Stress” and “Health” in Bioarchaeological Research. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 155: 186-191.

Temple, D.H. 2014. Plasticity and Constraint in Response to Early-Life Stressors Among Late/Final Jomon Period Foragers From Japan: Evidence for Life History Trade-Offs From Incremental Microstructures of Enamel. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 155: 537-545.

Temple DH, Lieverse AR, Bazaliiskii VI, Weber AW. 2013. Paleopathological description and diagnosis of metastatic carcinoma in a Bronze-Age individual from Cis-Baikal, Siberia [abstract]. Paleopathology Association Newsletter (Meeting Supplment) S40: 53. Invited Symposium: Presentations in Memory of Donald J. Ortner. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Bakail Hokkaido archaeology project