Dr. Christine White
  Department of Anthropolgy     University of Western Ontario

Geographic Identity Publications

Chapters in Books and Symposia

Spence, M., C.D. White, E.C. Rattray, and F.J. Longstaffe
In Press Past lives in different places: The origins and relationships of Teotihuacan’s foreign residents. In Early Civilizations, Settlement and Subsistence: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey R. Parsons. Edited by Richard E. Blanton. Cotsen Institute, UCLA

Articles in Refereed Journals

White, C., M. Spence, E. Rattray, F. Longstaffe.
In Press Un análisis de las proportiones de los isótopos en los entierros del Barrio de los Commerciantes. In La Segunda Mesa Redonda de Teotihuacan Centro de Estudios Teotihuacanos. Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia,

White, C., Longstaffe, F, Spence, M., and Law, K.
2000 Teotihuacan state representation at Kaminaljuju: Evidence from oxygen isotopes. Journal of Anthropological Research 56, 535-558.

White, C., F.J. Longstaffe and K.R. Law
2001 Revisiting the Teotihuacan connection at Altun Ha: Oxygen-isotope analaysis of Tomb f-8/1. Ancient Mesoamerica 12, 65-72.

2004 Exploring the effects of environment, physiology and diet on oxygen isotope ratios in ancient Nubian bones and teeth. Journal of Archaeological Science 31: 233-250

White, C., Spence, M,. Longstaffe, F.
2004 Demography and ethnic continuity in the Tlailotlacan enclave of Teotihuacan: The evidence from stable oxygen isotopes. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 23(4), 385-403.

2002 Geographic identities of the sacrificial victims at the Temple of Quetzalcoatl: Implications for the nature of state power. Latin American Antiquity 13, 217-236.

White, C., Spence, M., and Stuart-Williams, H. Le Q.
1998 Oxygen isotopes and the identification of geographical origin: The Valley of Oaxaca vs. the Valley of Mexico. Journal of Archaeological Science, 25(7), 643-657.

White, C.D., R. Storey, M. W.Spence and F.J. Longstaffe
2004 Immigration, assimilation and status in the ancient city of Teotihuacan: Isotopic evidence from Tlajinga 33. Latin American Antiquity 15, 176-198.

Spence, M., White, C., Longstaffe, F. and K.R. Law
2004 Victims of the victims: Human trophies worn by sacrificed soldiers from the Feathered Serpent Pyramid, Teotihucan. Ancient Mesoamerica. 15:1-15

Stuart-Williams, H. Le Q., Schwarcz, H.P., White, C.D., and Spence, M.
1996 The isotopic composition and diagenesis of human bone from Teotihuacan and Oaxaca, Mexico. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 126:1-14.



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