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Douglas Martin Boyer

Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology
Evolutionary Anthropology

Selected Presentations & Appearances


New Methods for Shape Analysis in Comparative Biology · October 25, 2013 Lecture University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology · October 23, 2013 Lecture
American Association of Physical Anthropologists · October 23, 2013 Lecture
How the ankles show primates were slow · October 25, 2012 Lecture Duke University
More on early primates: Ankles and locomotion · October 25, 2012 Lecture Bighorn Basin Paleontology Symposium, Wyoming
New Methods for Shape Analysis in Comparative Biology · October 25, 2013 Lecture University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology · October 23, 2013 Lecture
American Association of Physical Anthropologists · October 23, 2013 Lecture
How the ankles show primates were slow · October 25, 2012 Lecture Duke University
More on early primates: Ankles and locomotion · October 25, 2012 Lecture Bighorn Basin Paleontology Symposium, Wyoming
Primate Origins and Evolution: Evidence from morphology and geology · October 25, 2012 Lecture Duke University
New methods for studying morphology: examples from teeth and primate evolution · October 25, 2012 Lecture The Field Museum, Chicago
Fossils and Ankle Mechanics in Primates · October 25, 2012 Lecture University of California Museum Paleontology, Berkeley, CA
On the Geometry of Bones and the Origin of Species · October 25, 2012 Lecture Duke University
Society of Vertebrate Paleotonology · October 23, 2012 Lecture
New Quantitative Approaches to Comparative and Functional Anatomy in Primates · October 25, 2011 Lecture CUNY Graduate Center Colloquium, NY
What new primate fossils from Egypt reveal about anthropoid origins and ecological diversity in the earliest late Eocene of Africa · October 25, 2010 Lecture University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NB
Evolution of dental function and diet preference in primates · October 25, 2010 Lecture NYCEP Seminar series, NY

Outreach & Engaged Scholarship


Data+ Project Leader - Data+ · 2021 - 2022 Projects & Field Work Information, Society & Culture
Bass Connections Faculty Team Member - Data+ · June 2015 - August 2015 Projects & Field Work flag United States of America
Unknown - Consultant for BBC production: "Your Inner Primate" · 2012 Community Outreach Public Outreach
Unknown - Field Workshop for K-8th graders of Melville, Montana · 2011 Community Outreach Public Outreach ; 20 participants helped quarry for Paleocene fossil vertebrates and mollusks

Service to the Profession


many journals · 2013 Editorial Activities