Bryce A. Carlson

  • Adjunct Faculty
  • Bryce Carlson received his PhD in Anthropology from Emory University.  Before

Department Information

 
Anthropology // Adjunct Faculty

Office Information

  • Courses

  • ANTH 203 - Biological Bases of Human Social Behavior 
    ANTH 204 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Human Evolution
    ANTH 337 - Human Diet
    ANTH 436 - Human Evolution

  • From adaptation and evolution to nutrition and health, Bryce’s research seeks to characterize and investigate the significance various nutrients, whole foods, and characteristics of the dietary niche had (and continue to have) on the evolution of our species.  To do so, his most recent and ongoing work utilizes stable isotopic analyses to characterize the dietary ecology of wild chimpanzees and develop methods to reconstruct an organism’s dietary history from the recent (months) or distant (millions of years) past.

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