Most research activities will either occur in academic departments or in research institutes (which may either be in universities or external). Both of these are included in this category.
Research spans the origins and prehistoric dispersals of human populations, the comparative analysis of primate social structures, physical traits and behaviours, the evolution of the brain and cognitive faculties, and the transmission of culture through social learning.
Interdisciplinary research group focusing on the anthropology of health.
At the University of Oxford. Provides information on research and the MSc and DPhil programs.
Research is aimed at finding solutions to the problems faced by developing and industrialized countries such as disease, pollution, deforestation, global warming, malnutrition, criminality, war and poverty.
The Institute is dedicated to the multi-disciplinary study of diversity in historical and contemporary societies. Provides information on the Institute, research, staff, publications and events.
A center for advanced study in anthropology, the humanities and Native American Art.
Research topics include human-environmental interactions, population migration, origins of domestication, linguistics and forensic anthropology.
Small social science research institute and press. Undertakes research and publishes books in the environmental, psychological, and social sciences.
Research is concentrated on the anthropology of health and illness, and the "Bones Collective", a study of the significance of human bones in different cultures.
Information on the human behavior research projects being undertaken.
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