XLVII JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Celebrating UNM Anthropology PhD Alumni on the 90th Anniversary of the Department, the 80th Anniversary of Anthropological Serial Publishing at UNM and (almost) 75 Years of the Southwestern Journal of Anthropology/Journal of Anthropological Research.
How There Got to Be so Many of Us: The Evolutionary Story of Population Growth and a Human Life History of Cooperation
Dr. Karen Kramer
(UNM Anthropology PhD, 1998)
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
The Anthropology Building is located on Redondo Road, just east of University Blvd. between Martin Luther King & Las Lomas NE. Both events are free & open to the public and both venues are wheelchair-accessible. Please park at metered spaces on the north side of Las Lomas just east of Redondo or along the west edge of the Maxwell Museum parallel to Redondo, unless you have a UNM parking permit. Ticketing continues until 8 p.m.
The Journal of Anthropological Research has been published quarterly by the University of New Mexico in the interest of general anthropology since 1945. For subscription information, visit www.journals.uchicago.edu/JAR . For information on the Lecture series call: (505) 277-4544.