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Primatology

Primatology is a passion here in the Physical Anthropology subfield. We are working hard researching both extinct and extant primates from around the world. Here are a few of our ongoing primatology research projects and field sites:

Subfossil Lemurs

"Old Crusty"

Beza Mahafaly

Dental Topographic Analysis

Life History Studies

Dental Microwear

For more information about what we are working on in the field of primatology, check out the faculty pages of Dr. Godfrey and Dr. King, and the graduate student pages of Marina Blanco, Cortni Borgerson, Stacey Matarazzo, Lindsay Meador, Melissa (Meloy) Korf , Emilienne Rasoazanabary, and Idalia Rodriguez.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Information:
Department of Anthropology
240 Hicks Way

Laboratories:
Machmer Hall W-12, W14, W16
(W-16) 413-545-380
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