Colwell on ethics in historic genetic data gathering

April 12, 2018

"As an archaeologist, I share in the excitement around how technology and techniques to study DNA are leaping ahead... But, I have also closely studied the history of collecting human remains for science. I am gravely concerned that the current "bone rush" to make new genetic discoveries has set off...

Musiba weighs in on new fossils in Crete

Feb. 1, 2018

Charles Musiba, Associate Professor of Anthropology, points out that when it comes to fossils and other hominid discoveries, it takes years of extensive testing and research before any finding can be endorsed to join coveted historical listing Tanzania: Legislators Call for Aggressive Promotion of Hominid Footprints AllAfrica , January 25

Closup of Anna G. Warrener.

Warrener on impacts of child-bearing hips

Dec. 14, 2017

Anna G. Warrener, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, did a study while at Harvard University to test the notion that wider pelvises in women decrease the efficiency of locomotion.