A new Dartmouth study says chins are an exception to the rule of universal standards of beauty.
Dartmouth study finds that tarsiers’ ability to see in color evolved during a nocturnal existence.
Habitat destruction on Madagascar is pushing lemur populations toward extinction.
Anthropologist Deborah Nichols explores the importance of household-based manufacturing in ancient Mexico.
A Dartmouth study sheds light on the advantage early humans gained from fingerprints.
Dartmouth researchers have studied modern man to shed light on questions about our early ancestors.
Dartmouth researchers investigate tree-climbing behavior of modern hunter-gatherers to elucidate our fossil ancestors’ terrestrial versus arboreal preferences.
Dartmouth anthropologist Nathaniel Dominy draws attention to important new human fossil findings by an international team of paleoanthropology colleagues.
Howard Morphy talks to Michael Taylor about the Hood Museum of Art’s exhibition “Crossing Cultures: The Owen and Wagner Collection of Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Art.”
Archeological digs as a Dartmouth student launched Associate Professor of Anthropology Alan Covey on a trek back to his alma mater.