Anne Weaver. I am a paleoanthropologist (I study human evolution) and an author (The Voyage of the Beetle, Children of Time).
Hello, my name is Anna Luisa Daigneault and I am a linguistic anthropologist who scientifically documents endangered languages and music in South America. I work for the Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages. In this picture, I am interviewing two Ayoreo elders who are speakers of the Ayoreo language, an endangered indigenous language spoken in northern Paraguay. Their names are Ige Carmen Cutamijo and Peje Picanerai, and they live in the Ayoreo community of Cucaani. (Photo by Oscar Ponsoraja, chief of Cucaani).
Adrianne Daggett, PhD candidate in anthropology (specializing in archaeology) at Michigan State University and recent National Science Foundation grantee. In this photo, I am pointing to the area where I conduct the NSF-funded archaeological fieldwork for my dissertation, which began in July 2012.
Shaun Joyce - Student, Evolutionary Anthropologist.
I’m David. I am an Archaeologist/Anthropologist (UC Berkeley and UC London) and Geologist (OU), and I also love flamenco, baseball and mountain climbing.
Caitlin - Ph.D. candidate in biological anthropology & Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution
Biological anthropologist and son playing with Photo Booth.
-Teddi J. Setzer, Ph.D.
Dr. Hogan Sherrow at the site of a poacher’s camp in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Dr. Sherrow is a Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, a primatologist and an avid conservationist.
Kimberly Williams, Biological Anthropologist/Archaeologist