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Professor Emeritus, Anthropology; Emeritus Curator, Museum of Anthropology
4013 Museum of Anthropology, 1109 Geddes Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1079
Office Location(s): 4013 Museums
Loring Brace retired as Professor of Anthropology at the Department of Anthropology and Curator of Biological Anthropology at the Museum of Anthropology. His research addresses issues of morphological variability between human populations. His investigations focus on circumstances and dynamics involved in the development of differences in human skeletal and dental dimensions, as well as the assessment of adaptive aspects of human variation such as nose form and skin color. He has made a point contrasting the aspects of human form that are under selective force control with those that demonstrably are not, and has shown how the latter can be used to evaluate populations relationships going back into the past where there are no direct historical data. He is currently working on two major projects: 1 - The Origins of Native Americans; 2 – The Emergence of "Modern" human morphology.
101 West Hall1085 S. University Ave.
Ann Arbor, Michigan