Professor Eduardo Fernandez-Duque in interviewed on the Yale MacMillan report on his research in monogamy in monkeys.
Professor Fernandez-Duque is a biological anthropologist with a general interest in understanding the evolution and maintenance of social systems. His main research interest is to... Read more
Professor Helen Siu is the co-editor of the newly released book Asia Inside Out: Itinerant People. To learn more about the book, please visit the website.
On February 28, Yale Global Health Studies Program and Yale Global Health Justice Partnership will co-host a visit by Princeton professor João Biehl. Professor Biehl’s talk explores grassroots mobilizations for the right-to-health and for state accountability in Brazil, against the backdrop... Read more
Professor Jessica Thompson has recently published an article in Current Anthropology. The article is also featured in Yale Daily News. The abstract and the link are below.
The habitual consumption of large-animal resources (e.g., similar sized or larger than the consumer) separates... Read more
Myles Lennon, a fifth-year student in the combined PhD program in Anthropology and Forestry & Environmental Studies, has accepted a tenure track position at Brown University with appointments in the Department of Anthropology and the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society. ... Read more
The MacMillan report recently featured an interview with Professor Claudia Valeggia. Professor Valeggia discusses her research on the interactions between human reproductive biology and the ecological and cultural context in which it develops. Please click here for the interview.
Professor Emeritus Michael Coe published a new book entitled “Angkor and the Khmer Civilization”. Here is a description from the publisher:
“Although archaeologists and scholars have done pioneering work on the history of Angkor and the Khmer civilization that built it, questions remained. Recently... Read more