Ph.D. ABD UC Berkeley, 1980
Human genetics and evolution, primatology, molecular systematics, biomedical anthropology, human sexuality, Mesoamerican prehistory, alcoholism
Clark Hall 469
Jonathan Karpf offers courses in physical anthropology, human and non-human primate behavior and evolution, human heredity, new and old world archaeology, and human sexuality. His research interests include human evolution, the biological basis of behavior, non-human primate behavior and ecology, and the use of forensic anthropology to promote human rights, especially in Guatemala. He also teaches an innovative new, hands-on course in the Archaeology of Metals (ANTH 187).