Answered By: A. Marissa Smith Last Updated: Sep 24, 2019 Views: 2712
Below is a representative selection of active evolutionary anthropology laboratories conducting research on physical or cultural issues. Browse these websites, or the websites of other evolutionary anthropology laboratories, to find current research projects. Review the publication lists associated with the research projects found on the websites. The publication list may be featured prominently on the website, or on a webpage about the researchers working at the laboratory. The list will typically consist of journal articles, and books, book chapters.
- Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology | George Washington University
- Culture, Cognition, and Coevolution Lab | Harvard University
- Evolutionary Anthropology | Arizona State University
- Evolutionary Anthropology | Duke University
- Evolutionary Anthropology | University College London
- Experimental Anthropology Lab | University of Connecticut
- Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Once you’ve browsed the publication list, select a few publications of interest. If the full text of the publication isn't available directly on the website, check to see if it is available in the library using the FAQs below.
- How can I find the full text of a specific article?
- I'm trying to find a specific book. How can I find out if our library has it?
If the full text of the publication isn't available on the website or in the library, try searching the researcher’s name as an author in the library. This may result in additional publications related to the research project. The FAQ below explains how to search by author.