Biological Anthropology Research Seminar

Contacts

Biological Anthropology Research Seminar

Biological Anthropology Research Seminar

Upcoming events

The Bioarchaeology of Non Ban Jak, an Iron Age community in northeast Thailand

4–5.30pm 28 Mar 2019

Until the excavation of Non Ban Jak (NBJ), the human skeletal record of the late Iron Age in northeast Thailand invariably consisted of small samples or, if...

» read more

Past events

Approaching children at Roonka through bioarchaeology

14 Mar 2019

The last 20 years has seen an explosion of work on children in the past. Yet there have been few studies of hunter-gatherer children and very few focussed on...

» read more

Feeding habits and conservation biology of the Black snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus strykeri)

28 Feb 2019

The Myanmar or black snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus strykeri) was discovered in the Gaoligong Mountains of northeastern Kachin state, Myanmar in 2010, and...

» read more

Sexual selection and the evolution of the human beard

18 Oct 2018

The evolution of reduced body hair distinguishes humans from other anthropoid primates. However, humans retain marked patches of hair on the face and body, of...

» read more

Ancient microbial DNA in dental calculus: a promising tool for studying past human movements

4 Oct 2018

Thirty years ago, Keith Dobney and Don Brothwell discovered that ancient dental calculus from humans and other animals contains calcified microorganisms. Today...

» read more

Peaceful neighbours? Intergroup behaviour in wild bonobos

20 Sep 2018

Intergroup violence and parochial altruism are both prominent traits in human society. However, differences in behaviour towards in-group members and extra-...

» read more

Beyond sequence comparisons - studying human evolution in the age of functional genomics

16 Aug 2018

Much of humans' evolutionary past is documented in our genomes. Traces of our contact with close relatives like Neandertals, exposure to selective forces like...

» read more

Beyond sequence comparisons - studying human evolution in the age of functional genomics

16 Aug 2018

Much of humans' evolutionary past is documented in our genomes. Traces of our contact with close relatives like Neandertals, exposure to selective forces like...

» read more

Getting to Know the Gozitans: Bioarchaeological approaches to exploring fragility and sustainability in Neolithic Malta (ca. 4400-2200 BC)

2 Aug 2018

Human history is punctuated by the succession of changing cultures and civilisations, many of which emerged and disappeared within decades or centuries. But...

» read more

Getting to Know the Gozitans: Bioarchaeological approaches to exploring fragility and sustainability in Neolithic Malta (ca. 4400-2200 BC)

2 Aug 2018

Human history is punctuated by the succession of changing cultures and civilisations, many of which emerged and disappeared within decades or centuries. But...

» read more

Biological Anthropology Public Lecture 2018 - New insights into nutrient balancing of apes and monkeys in tropical forests

15 May 2018

Dr Rothman is broadly interested in primate feeding and diet. The focus of her research program is understanding how primates meet their nutritional needs...

» read more

Pages

Updated:  5 December 2017/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications