Jennifer Raff

Jennifer Raff is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Kansas with a dual Ph.D. in Anthropology and Genetics and over fourteen years of experience in researching ancient and modern human DNA from the Americas. Her work focuses on the initial peopling of the continent. She writes about scientific literacy and anthropological research at her own website, Violent Metaphors, and since 2016 has been contributing a monthly column to the Guardian on emerging research in genetics and archaeology. She also reviews science books for the New York Times, and contributes to The Atlantic. She has appeared on SCBC documentary The Nature of Things, on BBC Radio 4, NPR, and BBC World Service news. ORIGIN will be her first book which will be published in Spring 2020.

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ORIGIN

Twelve, 2020