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Turner, Christy G. II

US physical anthropolgist at Arizona State and the University of Arizona. A specialist in dental variation, he has worked in the field for nearly 40 seasons on six continents; other interests include taphonomy and the peopling of the Americas and the Pacific Basin. Co-author (with G. R. Scott) of The Anthropology of Modern Human Teeth (1997); author of The Dentition of Arctic Peoples (1991); author (with Jacqueline Turner) of Man Corn: Cannibalism and Violence in the Prehistoric American Southwest (1999).

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