Accepted        Toyne, J.M., Nystrom, K.C., Čelhar, M. Liburian lunches: Stable isotope analysis from the Iron Age site of Nadin-Gradina, Croatia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Accepted July 2021.

2020    Toyne, J.M., Turner, B.L. Advances in Andean stable isotopes: beyond diet and mobility. International Journal of Paleopathology. 29:117-127.

2020    Toyne, J.M., Michell, S.*, Denierio, M**., Narváez, A. Examining human and animal isotopic variation in the eastern montane of Peru. Quaternary International. 548 (2020): 57-70.

2017     Toyne, J.M., Church, W.B., Coronado, L., Morales Gamarra, R. Exploring imperial expansion using an isotopic analysis of paleodiet and paleomobility indicators in Chachapoyas, Peru. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.162:1:51-72.

2016    Toyne, J.M., Verano, J.W., White, C.D., Longstaffe, F.J. La vida de un guerrero: un análisis isotópico del sacrificio y la Guerra moche. In: Pardo, C., editor. Conflicto y negociación en los Andes prehispánicos: los Mochicas y sus vecinos. Lima: Museo de Art de Lima – MALI, Lima, Peru. p 12-22. (In Spanish)

2014     Toyne, J.M., White, C.D., Verano, J.W., Uceda Castillo, S., Millaire, J.F., Longstaffe, F.J. Residential histories of elites and sacrificial victims at Huacas de Moche, Peru, as reconstructed from oxygen isotopes.  Journal of Archaeological Science. 42:15-28.



2021     Gugora, A*., Dupras, T.L., Fothi, E., Demény, A. New home, new diet? Reconstruction of diet at the 10th century CE Hungarian Conquest period site of Kenézlő-Fazekaszug from stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analyses. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 38: early view online. DOI: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103033

2021     Wheeler, S.M., Williams, L., and Dupras T. Infancy and Childhood in Roman Egypt: Bioarchaeological Perspectives. In L. Beaumont, M. Dillon, and N. Harrington (eds.), Children in Antiquity: Perspectives and Experiences of Childhood in the Ancient Mediterranean. Routledge. Pp. 581-593.

2020    Holder, S*., Reitsema, L.J., Dupras, T.L., Jankauskas, R. In Flux: Exploring Hierarchy and Heterarchy in the Past through Diet. American Anthropologist. 122(4): 916-920. DOI: 10.1111/aman.13486

2020    Holder, S*., Miliauskienė, Ž., Jankauskas, R., Dupras, T. An integrative approach to studying plasticity in growth disruptions and outcomes: A bioarchaeological case study of Napoleonic soldiers. American Journal of Human Biology. 33.2 (2021): e23457.

2020    Walter, B.S., DeWitte, S.N., Dupras, T., Beaumont, J. Assessment of nutritional stress in famine burials using stable isotope analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 172: 214-226.

2020    Walter, B.S., DeWitte, S.N., Dupras, T., Beaumont, J. Dietary Variation in an Urbanizing City: A Temporal Analysis of Diet in Late Medieval London using Stable Isotope Analysis. In T.K. Betsinger and S.N. DeWitte (eds.), The Bioarchaeology of Urbanization: The Biological, Demographic, and Social Consequences of Living in Cities. Springer, Switzerland. Pp. 97-117.

2019     Groff, A., Dupras, T.L. Isotopes, Migration, and Sex: Investigating the Mobility of Roman Egypt’s Frontier Inhabitants. In C. Tica and D. Martin (eds.), Bioarchaeology of Frontiers and Borderlands. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Pp. 83-106.

2019    Whitmore, K., Dupras, T., Williams, L., Jankauskas, R., Schultz, J., and Skipityte, R. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope inter- and intra- individual dietary reconstruction from the late medieval-early modern site of Alytus, Lithuania. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 168: 279-291.

2018     Gugora, A., Dupras, T.L., and Fóthi, E. Pre-dating Paprika: Reconstructing childhood and adulthood diet at medieval (13th century AD) Solt-Tételhegy, Hungary from stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analyses. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 18: 151-160.

2017     Piličiauskas, G., Jankauskas, R., Piličiauskienė, G., Oliver, E.C., Charlton, S., and Dupras, T. The transition from foraging to farming (7000-500 cal BC) in the SE Baltic: a re-evaluation of chronological and palaeodietary evidence from human remains. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 14: 530-542.

2017     Holder, S*., Dupras, T., Jankauskas, R., Williams, L., Schultz, J. Reconstructing diet in Napoleon’s Grand Army using stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 163(1): 53-63.

2017     Piličiauskas, G., Jankauskas, R., Piličiauskienė, G., and Dupras, T. Reconstructing Subneolithic and Neolithic diets of the inhabitants of the SE Baltic coast (3200-2500 cal BC) using stable isotope analysis. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, published online, pp 1-17.

2016     Dupras, T.L. Breastfeeding and Weaning Practices in Ancient Kellis: The Stable Isotope Evidence. In, S. Zakrzewski, A. Shortland and J. Rowland (eds.): Science in the Study of Ancient Egypt. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London. Pp. 144-148.

2013     Wheeler, S.M., Williams, L., Beauchesne, P., and Dupras, T.L. Shattered Lives: for Physical Child Abuse from Ancient Egypt. International Journal of Paleopathology, 3:71-82.

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**Indicates undergraduate student

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