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Grant/Award Number and Agency
NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award, ìThe Role of Urbanization in Shaping Social Identity,î National Science Foundation (BCS-1724495) CIAC Grant for Short-term Research Travel, Association for Asian Studies, China and Inner Asian Councils Barakat Doctoral Student Grant, The Barakat Trust Lambda Alpha Graduate Research Grant, Lambda Alpha National Honors Society George Throop Endowment Research Fund, Washington University in St. Louis
The Biological Affinity in Medieval Central Asia dataset includes images and tables of archaeological remains. It is the data which accompanies: Kinship and Religious Identities in Medieval Central Asia (8th-13th c. CE): Tracing Communities of Mortuary Practice and Biological Affinity.
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Bullion, Eilissa and Frachetti, Michale D., "Biological Affinity in Medieval Central Asia" (2019). Digital Research Materials (Data & Supplemental files). 16.
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