Bio-Physical Anthropology, I: Primatology

Over the course of the summer as my class and syllabus began to take shape, I had to consider the order in which I would teach the units in the course; I decided the best way to proceed was to begin with the origin of humanity and our non - human primate relatives. My reasoning … Continue reading Bio-Physical Anthropology, I: Primatology


Brazil: The Passport, Part I

On a cold morning in February of 2004, I woke up at my mother's house with a feeling of dread and excitement. The summer before I had traveled with a large group of people from my university, as well as several others, to Brazil for a double trip: a four week tour around the country … Continue reading Brazil: The Passport, Part I

The Brachial Aneurysm Article

Brachial Artery Aneurysm in a Patient with Neurofibromatosis: A Case Report This is the article the doctor gave Kimberly. Abstract: Peripheral vascular manifestations of neurofibromatosis are rare but may result in fatal haemorrhaging when they rupture. Surgeons should be aware of this life-threatening condition. We report a case of 35-year-old woman with neurofibromatosis who presented … Continue reading The Brachial Aneurysm Article