Libby Windred Cowgill
Department of Anthropology
Missouri State University
2008 Doctor of Philosophy, Anthropology WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS Dissertation: “The Ontogeny of Late Pleistocene Human Postcranial Robusticity” Advisor: Erik Trinkaus Committee: Richard J. Smith, Glenn Conroy, Herman Pontzer, Christopher Ruff, Charles Hildebolt. 2003 M.A., Anthropology WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS Advisor: Erik Trinkaus. 2001 B.A., with highest distinction, Anthropology UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Advisor: Tim D. White
ontogeny, Glenoid retroversion, Human Evolution
Cowgill LW & LD Hager. Variation in the development of postcranial robusticity: an example from Çatalhöyük, Turkey. International Journal of Osteoarchaelogy 17: 235–252.
Cowgill LW, Trinkaus E, & Zeder MA. Shanidar 10: A Middle Paleolithic Immature Distal Lower Limb from Shanidar Cave, Iraqi Kurdistan. Journal of Human Evolution 53: 213-223.
Cowgill LW. Humeral torsion revisited: a functional and ontogenetic model for populational variation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134: 472-480.
Cowgill LW. The ontogeny of Holocene and Late Pleistocene human postcranial strength. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 141: 16- 37
Cowgill LW, Warrener A, Pontzer H, Ocobock C. Waddling and toddling: the biomechanical effects of an immature gait. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (on-line, early view)
Kindschuh SC, Dupras TL, Cowgill LW. Determination of Sex from the Hyoid Bone. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (on-line, early view)
Kindschuh SC, Dupras TL, Cowgill LW. Exploring Ancestral Variation of the Hyoid. Journal of Forensic Sciences
Cowgill LW. Late Pleistocene scapular asymmetry: Glenoid retroversion and its relationship to activity patterns. To be submitted to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Cowgill LW, Robbins G. Nutritional deprivation, body mass, and long bone robusticity in the immature skeleton. To be submitted to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Cowgill LW, Elezer CD, Auerbach BM. Variation in human body proportions during ontogeny. To be submitted to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.