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2017 Veile, A, Valeggia, C, Kramer, K. “Population and Sex Differences in Post-Cesarean Anthropometric Status in Yucatec Maya and Toba/Qom Infants and Young Children.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology (submitted).

2017 Veile, A, Kramer, K. “Pregnancy, Birth and Babies: Motherhood and Modernization in a Yucatec Village.” Schwartz, D (editor). Chapter: Maternal Health, Pregnancy-Related Morbidity and Death Among Indigenous Women of Mexico & Central America: An Anthropological, Epidemiological and Biomedical Approach. Springer (in press).

2017 Veile, A, Kramer, K. “Shifting Weanling's Optimum: The Ecology of Breastfeeding and Infant Health in the Yucatan.” Palmquist, A, Tomori, C, Quinn, EA (editors). Chapter: Breastfeeding and Human Lactation: New Anthropological Approaches. Routledge Books (in press).

2017 Inderstrodt, J, Veile, A. "Invited Book Review: Tell Me Why My Children Died: Rabies, Indigenous Knowledge, and Communicative Justice.” The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology." (in press).

2017 Veile, A., Kramer, K; “Childhood body mass is positively associated with cesarean birth in Yucatec Maya subsistence farmers.” In early view, American Journal of Human Biology 2017;29:e22920. [LINK]

2016 Kramer, K, Veile, A, and E Otárola-Castillo   Sibling competition and growth tradeoffs. Biological vs statistical significance. PloS One 3/3/16.[LINK]

2015 Veile, A, Kramer, K.     Changing Birth and Breastfeeding Dynamics in a Modernizing Indigenous Community. Journal of Human Lactation 30:1 145-155.[LINK]

2014 Veile, A, Martin, M, McAllister, L, Gurven, M.    Modernization is Associated with Intensive Breastfeeding in the Bolivian Amazon. Social Science and Medicine, 100: 148-158. [LINK]

2012 Veile, A, Winking, J, Gurven, M, Greaves, R, Kramer, K.    Infant Growth and the Thymus: Data from Two South American Native Societies. American Journal of Human Biology 24: 768-775. [LINK]

Works in progress

2017 Veile, A, Kramer, K. “The First Cut Is the Deepest: Cesarean Births Influence Demographic Outcomes in a Yucatec Maya Community.” In prep.


2011 Veile, Amanda.    The Evolutionary Ecology of Infancy. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico.

2004 Veile, Amanda.     Infant Feeding Patterns of the Bolivian Tsimane. Undergraduate honors thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico.