Topics in Biological Anthropology: Are Races Real? (ANTH 450/550)
Topics in Biological Anthropology: Modern Human Origins and Prehistory (ANTH 450/550)
Topics in Biological Anthropology: Computer Aided Inferences in Natural Science (ANTH 450/550)
Anthropological Genetics (ANTH 455/555)
Population Genetics (ANTH 491/591)
Purdue University, Biology, BS 1980
University of Michigan, Anthropology, MA 1996, PhD 2002 Dissertation: “The Anthropological Utility of Genetic Data in Small-Scale Populations: Migration Rates and Patterns among the Yanomamö”
Human evolution, gene-language-coevolution, population genetics, human genetics.
B Young, A Rendon, A Rosas-Taraco, J Baker, M Healy, J Gross, J Long, M Burgos, and K Hunley, in press. The effects of socioeconomic status, clinical factors, and genetic ancestry on pulmonary tuberculosis disease in northeastern Mexico. PLoS One.
K Hunley, C Bowern, and M Healy, 2012. Rejection of a serial founder effects model of genetic and linguistic coeveolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 279(1736) 2281-2288.
K Hunley and M Healy, 2011. The impact of founder effects, gene flow, and European admixture on Native American genetic diversity. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 146(4): 530-538.
K Hunley, M Healy, and J Long, 2009. The global pattern of gene identity variation reveals a history of long-range migrations, bottlenecks, and local mate exchange: Implications for biological race. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 139(1): 35-46.
K Hunley, M Dunn, E Lindström, G Reesink, A Terrill, M Healy, G Koki, F Friedlaender, and J Friedlaender, 2008. Genetic and linguistic coevolution in Northern Island Melanesia. PLoS Genetics 4(10):e1000239.