Anthropology Faculty Present Papers

John Bock and Sara Johnson, assistant professors of anthropology, are presenting a paper on "The Grandmother Hypothesis and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa" at the fifth annual meetings of the Association for Anthropology and Gerontology in Atlanta today through Saturday, June 17.

In addition, Johnson and Wendy Mills, a CSUF alumna who earned her master’s degree in anthropology last year, will deliver a paper titled "Chimpanzees’ Response to a Novel Environment: Factors Affecting the Survival Rates of Chimpanzees in an Island Release Program in the Gambia" at the XXI Meetings of the International Primatological Society in Entebbe, Uganda June 25-30.

Also giving a paper in Uganda will be Norm Rosen, part-time instructor of anthropology. His paper is titled "Primate Reintroduction: A Tool for Conservation."