Department of Anthropology
426 Graham Building
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC 27402
Dr. Anemone’s interests are in primate and human paleontology, including the application of remote sensing and geospatial analytical approaches to locating fossil-bearing deposits. His paleontological fieldwork has taken place mostly in the Eocene of the American West, especially in Wyoming, while his paleoanthropological fieldwork has taken place in the Neogene of eastern and southern Africa. He teaches about the meanings of human racial diversity and the history of race and is the author of Race and Human Diversity: A Bio-Cultural Approach (2019, Routledge) and co-editor (with Glenn Conroy) of New Geospatial Approaches to the Anthropological Sciences (2018, University of New Mexico Press).
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