About Human Biology
Founded in 1929, Human Biology is an international, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on research to increase understanding of human biological variation. Among the topics considered by the journal are anthropological, quantitative, evolutionary, and population genetics and genomics; ancient DNA studies and paleogenomics; demography and genetic epidemiology; and ethical and social implications of human genetic and genomic research.
Human Biology is the official publication of the American Association of Anthropological Genetics (AAAG), an educational and scientific organization founded in 1994. AAAG aims to promote the study of anthropological genetics, as this field is broadly defined, to facilitate communication and cooperation between individuals engaged in this field.
Current Issue: Volume 93, Issue 1 (2021) Changing the Landscape of Identity in Forensic Anthropology, Part I
Changing the Landscape of Identity in Forensic Anthropology
Briana T. New and Bridget F.B. Algee-Hewitt
Perceptions of Race and Ancestry in Teaching, Research, and Public Engagement in Biological Anthropology
Donovan M. Adams and Marin A. Pilloud
Comparing Genetic Variation among Latin American Immigrants: Implications for Forensic Casework in the Arizona- and Texas-Mexico Borderlands
Briana T. New, Bridget F.B. Algee-Hewitt, M. Katherine Spradley, Lars Fehren-Schmitz, Cris E. Hughes, Bruce E. Anderson, Marek E. Jasinski, Joanna Arciszewska, Grażyna Zielińska, Maria Szargut, Sandra Cytacka, and Andrzej Ossowski
Prior Probabilities and the Age Threshold Problem: First and Second Molar Development
Lyle W. Konigsberg, Susan R. Frankenberg, Valerie Sgheiza, and Helen M. Liversidge