Davidson Black Award (Poster)

Year

Recipient

Title

Award

 

2017

Victoria van der Haas
University of Alberta

Micro-sampling dentine to reconstruct life histories of Holocene hunter-gatherers in Siberia

$500

Rachel Simpson
MacEwan University

Ancestry-specific variation in the accuracy of the Rogers Method

Honourable Mention

2016

Devin Ward
University of Toronto, University of Cambridge

Expression of developmental stress through regional fluctuating asymmetry in the cranium

$500

Joana Dowhos & M.W. Tocheri
Lakehead University

Three-dimensional geometric morphometric analysis of the trapezium in modern humans, African apes, orangutans, and fossil humans

Honourable Mention

2015

Creighton Avery
McMaster University

The challenges of determining social status and impact of misidentification

$500

2014

Karen Giffin
Lakehead University

Comparison of biogenic lead levels in human skeletal remains from the Cemetery of the British Royal Navy Hospital (AD 1793-1822) at English Harbour, Antigua, West Indies: An investigation into the relationship between age and ancestry on led exposure level

$500

2013

Sarah Louise Decrausaz
University of Victoria

The role of morphometrics in the presence of parturition scarring on the human pelvic bone

$500

2012

Laura Bolt
University of Toronto

Squealing rate indicates dominance rank in male ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) at Beza Mahafaly Special Reserve, Madagascar

$500

2011

Kandace Bogaert
McMaster University

The underreporting of Indigenous mortality due to flu in 1918

$500

2010

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

2009

Sarah Angus
McMaster University

Breastfeeding and vitamin D supplementation practices among New Canadian & Canadian-born mothers – Evidence from Statistics Canada

$500

2008

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

2007

Masako Fujita
University of Washington

An evolutionary perspective on mother-offspring vitamin A transfer: Preliminary analyses

$300

2006

Matt Tocheri & Mary Marzke
Arizona State University

3D riddles of the radial wrist: Derived carpal morphologies in the genus Homo and the implications for understanding the evolution of stone tool behaviors in hominins

$200

2005

Amanda Melin et al.
University of Calgary

Relative success of trichromatic and dichromatic capuchins (Cebus capuchins) in foraging on camouflaged insects in a tropical dry forest

 $200

2004

Janet Gardner
University of Western Ontario

A re-analysis of trauma patterns among Neandertals

$200

Katie Whitaker
University of Western Ontario

Unknown

Honourable Mention

2003

Deborah Merrett
University of Manitoba

From the mouths of babes: Age estimation in perinates

$200

2002

Andrea Waters
University of Calgary

Unknown

$200

2001

Chris Green
University of Manitoba

Genes vs. geography: Competing explanations for the diabetes epidemic

$200

2000

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

1999

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

1998

Ann O’Neill
University of Alberta

Insights into ovarian function in Japanese macaques through analysis of fecal steroids

$200

1997

Jacquie Millar
University of Toronto

Craniomandibular variation in the Platyrrhine genus Aloutta: Possible influences of hyoid specialization

$200

Alison Locker
University of Guelph

Body size and proportionality of Late Stone Age Khoisan in southern Africa

Honourable Mention

Cathy Walper
University of Western Ontario

A preliminary paleodemographic analysis of Marco Gonzalez and San Pedro, Belize

Honourable Mention

1996

Lisa Hansen
University of Calgary

Clinical models for paleopathological interpretation: Parathyroid hormone and bone

$100

Tracey Rogers
Simon Fraser University

Skeletal sex determination and the distal humerus

$100

1995

Lynda Wood & Deb Komar
Queen’s University

The effects of age and sex on the occurrence of infracranial discrete trails

$100

1994

Sylvia Abonyi
University of Calgary

A comparison of δ13C values in the human bone collagen and historically reconstructed diet of 19th century Belleville, Ontario: Implications for paleodietary reconstruction

$100

1993

Tamara Varney
University of Guelph

Middle ear disease in an Ontario prehistoric ossuary

$100