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Praise for Carole Hooven's Book "T: The Story of Testosterone, the Hormone that Dominates and Divides Us"

July 30, 2021

“Clear-eyed, crisply written … “T” does what all superb popular science must do: It entertains as it educates... "T" is a gorgeous culmination of an odyssey both professional and personal.”

Wall Street Journal (full review)

 

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Professor Peter Ellison, 2019 HBA Boas Award Winner

April 2, 2019
The Human Biology Association (HBA) is pleased to announce that Dr. Peter Ellison, John Cowles Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, has been awarded the 2019 Franz Boas Lifetime Achievement Award. The Award was established in 1996, and honors members of the Human Biology Association for exemplary contributions to human biology in science, scholarship, and professional service.

Dr. Ellison served two terms as editor-in-chief of the Society’s journal, American Journal of Human Biology. He also is just... Read more about Professor Peter Ellison, 2019 HBA Boas Award Winner

HEB's Dr. Larry Flynn edits book, "Late Cenozoic Yushe Basin, Shanxi Province, China: Geology and Fossil Mammals"

September 18, 2018

Late Cenozoic Yushe Basin, Shanxi Province, China: Geology and Fossil Mammals, Volume II: Small Mammal Fossils of Yushe Basin (2017)

Editors: Flynn, Lawrence, Wu, Wen-Yu

ISBN: 978-94-024-1049-5

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This volume focuses...

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Harvard Crimson: It Takes Two: Richard W. Wrangham and Daniel E. Lieberman

August 17, 2018
"From man’s first encounter with fire to increases in global temperature, heat has played a sizeable role in human development. FM sat down with Richard W. Wrangham and Daniel E. Lieberman ’86—Professors of Biological Anthropology and Human Evolutionary Biology, respectively—to get an evolutionary perspective on everything from cooking to metabolism to physical activity to the fate of the human species." The full interview is available... Read more about Harvard Crimson: It Takes Two: Richard W. Wrangham and Daniel E. Lieberman