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Food, Health, and Society

Cover photo from the American Journal of Human Biology, March/April 2007 (Snodgrass et al. "Adaptive dimensions of health research among indigenous Siberians")

examines the effects of economic and cultural factors on diet, health and subsistence in modern and prehistoric contexts. Our studies of health range broadly from nutritional anthropology and social construction of health and illness to evolutionary medicine.

Research, Projects, and Organizations

Courses

Faculty Courses Taught
Geraldine Moreno Anth 174 Anthropology of Food and Health

Anth 4/569 Perspectives on Health and Illness
Anth 4/560 Nutritional Anthropology

Josh Snodgrass Anth 174 Anthropology of Food and Health
Anth 369 Human Growth and Development
Larry Sugiyama Anth 4/534 Native South Americans
Anth 4/582 Human Behavioral Ecology
Terry O’Nell Anth 4/520 Culture Illness and Healing
Diane Baxter Anth 4/520 Culture Illness and Healing
Gyoung-Ah Lee Anth 4/510 Plants and People
Anth 399 Archaeology of East Asia
Anth 399 Food Origins in Prehistory
Madonna Moss Anth 4/571 Zooarchaeology