- Zika: Q+A with a medical anthropologist
- This blog (first published on the Wellcome Trust blog under a Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 licence) asks medical anthropologist Sharon Abramowitz more about the responses required to epidemic and pandemic events such as the recent Zika outbreak.
- Off the Cuff: Gökçe Günel, Anthropologist, Lecturer, Author
- Gökçe Günel, Ph.D., is an Anthropology lecturer at Columbia University.
- Duke anthropologist wonders: 'Why do humans have chins?'
- Other evolutionary anthropologists have studied the chin in the past, but their hypotheses as to why chins exist have always come up short, in Pampush's view. Some researchers theorize humans developed chins to help with speech – that they're used as a ...
- Book Review: forensic anthropologist digs into Canadian cold case
- Komar uses methods from her previous occupation as an internationally renowned forensic anthropologist to investigate this coldest of cold cases which dates back to 1842.
- Humans Hard-Wired to Teach, Anthropologist Says
- An anthropologist from Washington State University says that, based on his research into modern hunter-gatherer societies, the desire to teach is hard-wired into humanity's genetic code.
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