Ocean Shadows by Pamela Hogdon
As an anthropological geneticist, I conduct genetics research as an anthropologist.
I study the human genome within a biosocial context, drawing insights from history, archaeology, philosophy of science, science and technology studies, and social theory.
My research focuses on human movement
and its consequences both for the evolution of our genome
as well as on our notions of personal, group, and national identities.
My research projects incorporate the tools of ancient and modern DNA analysis, ethnography, computer modeling and statistics, and historical analysis.
To see some of my publications, visit my academia.edu page.
paleogenomics, bioarchaeology, and science & technology studies.
I also teach courses in Biological Anthropology, such as:
Anthropology & the Genome (ANTH 470)
Basic Molecular Biology Techniques (ANTH 474)
Human Paleontology / Paleoanthropology (ANTH 495/691)
Laboratory Studies in Biological Anthropology (ANTH 585)
Anthropological Genetics (ANTH 586)
Theory in Biological Anthropology (ANTH 590)
Research Design & Proposal Writing (ANTH 690)
Office: Strong Hall, Rm 517