UNM Anthropology is a highly regarded, affordable program at both graduate and undergraduate levels of study. Located in the American Southwest, the school is well placed to take advantage of the region’s cultural diversity, deep historic roots, and remarkable archaeology. The Department’s faculty work here, throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Pacific. Students have an opportunity to participate in a variety of field training and laboratory programs, develop their professional skills, and contribute to Anthropology’s distinctive perspective.
Archeological and Historical Approaches to Complex Societies: The Islamic States of Medieval Morroco, James L. Boone
Parental Investment and Elite Family Structure in Preindustrial States: A Case Study of Late Medieval-Early Modern Portuguese Genealogies, James L. Boone
Population History and the Islamization of the Iberian Peninsula: Skeletal Evidence from the Lower Alentejo Portugal, James L. Boone and Garnett P. McMillan
Is It Evolution Yet? A Critique of Evolutionary Archaeology, James L. Boone and Eric Alden Smith
3D Library from Body Size from Unconventional Specimens: A 3D Geometric Morphometrics Approach to Fishes from Ancestral Pueblo Contexts, Jonathan Dombrosky, Thomas F. Turner, Alexandra Harris, and Emily Lena Jones
Why Intensive Agriculturalists Have Higher Fertility: A Household Energy Budget Approach, James L. Boone and Karen L. Kramer