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Frederick GrineProfessorAnthropologyCollege of Arts and Sciences
Frederick Grine’s research focuses on the fossil record for human evolution, with particular emphasis on the African evidence. He is particularly interested in the reconstruction of past diets and behaviors, and in the evolutionary (phylogenetic) relationships among the different hominid species. He conducted archaeological excavations at the Middle Stone Age site of Die Kelders, South Africa, and has expertise with the Late Pleistocene record for the emergence of modern humans.
- PhD an BSc, University of the Witwatersrand
- BA, Washington & Jefferson College
June 25, 2012The Paradox of the Nutcracker ManSmithsonianRead ArticleJanuary 12, 2007Skull Is First Fossil Proof of Human Migration Theory, Study SaysNational GeographicRead ArticleApril 30, 2008Ancient 'Nutcracker Man' Challenges Ideas on Evolution of Human DietU.S. News & World ReportRead ArticleJanuary 12, 2007Skull Supports Human-Migration TheoryThe New York TimesRead Article