Physical and Forensic Anthropology


Physical and Forensic Anthropology

This group allows for discussion of the various issues that the Physical and Forensic Anthropology address.

Members: 92
Latest Activity: Mar 31, 2016

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requirement Melanin Index measuring device for doctoral research work.

Started by Manjari Jonnalagadda Feb 22, 2012.

Dental Anthropology - Vol 1 2011

Started by anand sherwood Jan 14, 2012.

Response to new fossil proto-human

Started by kim Dammers Sep 14, 2011.


Started by sunday clement. Last reply by Alice C. Linsley Aug 19, 2010.

Human disease emergence 1 Reply

Started by Sergio. Last reply by Sergio Jun 8, 2010.

Overview of human historical and paleodemographics 3 Replies

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Comment by Diego Ballestero on March 21, 2012 at 10:51am

My name is Diego Ballestero, I'm an Argentine anthropologist graduated from the Universidad Nacional de la Plata. Since 2010 I am living in Germany to finish my PhD. My main research topic is the history of anthropology in Argentina between1890 and 1930.

I hope to contribute elements of discussion to the group!

Kinds regards

Comment by Ashley Nicole Parks on April 21, 2010 at 7:35am
Hey guys! I wanted to invite anyone interested in hominin brain evolution to join "Neuroanthropology and Cognitive Evolution". I created this group in order to facilitate discussion of anything that falls within the wild and whacky realm of neuroscientific anthropology, including: cognitive neuroscience, functional neuroimaging, evolutionary neuroanatomy, social cognition, neural correlates of human cognition, etc. All are welcome!
Comment by Luka Rejec on January 26, 2010 at 12:11pm
Fascinating, thanks! :)
Comment by Megan Springate on October 7, 2009 at 11:36pm
Thanks for the link!
Comment by Alice C. Linsley on October 7, 2009 at 10:42pm
Thanks for calling this to my attention, Vanessa!
Comment by BHKTOP POMANOB on July 11, 2009 at 12:45pm
Hi vanessa,

I leave here two good articles from prof. Susana Garcia, from ISCSP, and I write in english since this is a Global forum, so everybody can understand it. Hope you'll like it and find it useful.
Comment by BHKTOP POMANOB on June 30, 2009 at 10:28am
This is my small contribute to the development and knowing of Physical Anthropology. I'll be sending some articles soon...Thanks for creating this group!!!
Comment by Paul Wren on June 9, 2009 at 6:50pm

I have come to the realization that a vast majority of the 700+ members here are social/cultural anthropologists... not sure why the other fields are so poorly represented. I even sent a note to all of the undergrad anthro club members at my univ. assuming they'd be internet savvy and want to join, but it seems that not many have.

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