This new article published today in American Journal of Human Biology compares tenure-track and tenured anthropologists by gender with regard to the obstacles in navigating family and fieldwork. Doctoral student Lisa Brazelton and undergraduate Lauren Landgraf are in my lab, and this is the first peer-reviewed academic paper for both of them! This is part of a special issues called "#Hackademics: Hacks Toward Succeeding in Academia" that I coedited with Cara Ocobock.
We're pleased to announce that the first paper from the "Family and the Field" study is out in open access journal PLoS ONE. This was a collaboration between me, Dr. Michaela Howells of UNCW, and our newly minted HBERG PhD Max Stein. The first set of findings from this massive set of survey data indicates:
Christopher D. Lynn
I am a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Alabama with expertise in biocultural medical anthropology.