The study shows that contrary to expectations of the inbreeding avoidance hypothesis female owl monkeys do not delay puberty, but rather commence ovarian cycling while residing in their natal group. It seems likely then that adults use behavioral mechanisms to prevent subadults from reproducing... Read more
Congratulations to Sahana Ghosh, a sixth year graduate student in the sociocultural anthropology PhD program, who received the Sylvia Forman Graduate Student Paper Prize (Honorable Mention) which was awarded by the Association for Feminist Anthropology. This recognition came for her paper: ‘... Read more
Congratulations to Luisa Cortesi, a seventh year PhD student in the combined PhD program in Anthropology and Forestry & Environmental Studies, who received the PRAXIS AWARD which is given biannually by Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists. The award was presented to Luisa... Read more
Myanmar’s recent ethnic cleansing of its Rohingya people, in which more than 600,000 people have been forced into Bangladesh, has shocked the world. This guest editorial considers some potential root causes driving the violence, principally the combination of economic precarity felt by... Read more
Eduardo Fernandez-Duque, Professor of Anthropology and School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, received the “Premio Raíces” last week. The Premio Raíces is awarded by the Argentine National Ministry of Science and Technology to recognize Argentine scientists living abroad for their... Read more
This past week, Yale Anthropology hosted the Northeastern Evolutionary Primatology group’s annual meeting. Please click here to read more about the event!
What can the rest of the world can learn from the Middle East about dealing with male infertility? Anthropology professor Marcia Inhorn writes in the New York Times that the Middle East can serve as a model for social,cultural and technological a responses to male infertility.
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