Biological Anthropology

Biological Anthropology focuses on ecological, physiological, and demographic aspects of human biological variation within the frameworks of human adaptability and evolution.  Our research and teaching highlight factors that shape human diversity across the entire range of global and historical variation.

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Baishakhi Basu
Graduate Student
Hilary Bethancourt
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Orangutan Rescue, Indonesia
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Alex Hill
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Darryl Holman
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Patricia Kramer
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Melanie Martin
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Kathleen O'connor
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