- Evolution and Human Emergence (150)
- Anthropological Genetics (455/555)
- Are Races Real? (450/550)
- Modern Human Origins and Prehistory (450/550)
- Computer Aided Inferences in Natural Science (450/550)
- Introductory Population Genetics (491/591)
Purdue University, Biology, BS 1980
University of Michigan, Anthropology, MA 1996, PhD 2002
Dissertation: “The Anthropological Utility of Genetic Data in Small-Scale Populations: Migration Rates and Patterns among the Yanomamö”
Human origins and prehistory; genetic and linguistic co-evolution; human population genetics, genetic ancestry, health and ethnicity in New Mexico
(Hunley K, Healy M, Long J) “The global pattern of gene identity variation reveals a history of long-range migrations, bottlenecks, and local mate exchange: Implications for biological race,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 139 (2009): 35-46.
(Edgar H, Hunley K) “Reconciling race?: How biological anthropologists view human variation,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 139 (2009): 1-4.
(Hunley K, Dunn M, Lindström E, Reesink G, Terrill A, Healy M, Koki G, Friedlaender F, Friedlaender J) “Genetic and linguistic coevolution in Northern Island Melanesia,” PLoS Genetics 4 (2008):e1000239.
(Hunley K, Cabana G, Merriwether DA, Long J) “A formal test of linguistic and genetic coevolution in Native Central and South America,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 132 (2007): 622-631.
(Hunley K, Long J) “Gene flow across linguistic boundaries in Native North Americans,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 102 (2005): 1312-7.
(Mulligan C, Hunley K, Cole S, Long J) “Population genetics, history, and health patterns in Native Americans,” Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics. 5 (2004):295- 315.
(Hunley K) “Models of migration in human prehistory and their anthropological significance. In Current developments in the anthropological study of past human migration,” G Cabana, J Clark (editors). Gainesville: University Press of Florida. In Press