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Human Nature - Jane Lancaster, founder of Human Nature, elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

We are honored and pleased to announce that Jane Lancaster, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Anthropology at The University of New Mexico, has been elected as a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (AAAS). 

Read about Jane Lancaster and this news here from the UNM Newsroom: UNM Distinguished Professor Emerita Jane Lancaster elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences


"As a UNM Distinguished Professor, Jane Lancaster is without a doubt one of the most prominent anthropologists and human evolutionary scientists living today. One of the pioneering female anthropologists who ushered in a new era of women’s scholarship in anthropology, Jane wrote a series of landmark publications on the female life course, parental investment, the division of labor, parenting strategies, pregnancy, women’s and men’s sexual behavior, life history theory, and the demographic correlates of paternity."

Read more about Jane Lancaster in "Jane Lancaster and Human Nature