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Human Biology

The Official Publication of the American Association of Anthropological Genetics

Edited by Ripan S. Malhi

Subjects: Anthropology, Genetics

Published four times per year
ISSN 0018-7143
E-ISSN 1534-6617

2019 Impact Factor: 0.629
H-Index: 52

   

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he American Association of Anthropological Genetics

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.
 

Issue 91.3, Summer 2019
Special Issue: Indigenous Science

Introduction to Special Issue
Indigenizing Science and Reasserting Indigeneity in Research
Krystal S. Tsosie and Katrina G. Claw

Articles
Methodology Matters: Designing a Pilot Study Guided by Indigenous Epistemologies
Sandra A. Juutilainen, Melanie Jeffrey, and Suzanne Stewart

Momentum and Longevity for Tribally Driven Health Equity Science: Evidence from the Gathering for Health Project
Jessica H. L. Elm and Tina Handeland

“Of Course, Data Can Never Fully Represent Reality”: Assessing the Relationship between “Indigenous Data” and “Indigenous Knowledge,” “Traditional Ecological Knowledge,” and “Traditional Knowledge”
Marisa Elena Duarte, Morgan Vigil-Hayes, Sandra Littletree, and Miranda Belarde-Lewis

Islands as Laboratories: Indigenous Knowledge and Gene Drives in the Pacific
Riley I. Taitingfong

Weaving the Strands of Life (Iiná Bitł’ool): History of Genetic Research Involving Navajo People
Rene L. Begay, Nanibaa’ A. Garrison, Franklin Sage, Mark Bauer, Ursula Knoki-Wilson, David H. Begay, Beverly Becenti-Pigman, and Katrina G. Claw

 

View open access pre-prints of forthcoming articles here. Early Views of forthcoming articles are available on JSTOR and Project MUSE.

 

 

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The following issues are available in print:

91.2
91.1

90.4
90.3
90.2
90.1

89.4
89.3
89.2
89.1: Evolution, Function, and Deconstructing Histories: A New Generation of Anthropological Genetics

88.4
88.3
88.2: The Fortieth Anniversary of the Founding of the Laboratory of Biological Anthropology
88.1: The Effect of Novel Environments on Modern American Skeletons

87.4: The Genetic Anthropologist's Contribution to Understanding Race and Racial Health Disparities
87.3: Modeling Demic and Cultural Diffusion
87.2
87.1

86.4
86.3
86.2
86.1

85.6: From Generation to Generation: The Genetics of Jewish Populations
85.5
85.4
85.1-3: Revisiting the "Negrito" Hypothesis

84.6
84.5: In Memoriam: Robert R. Sokal (1926–2012)
84.4
84.3
84.2
84.1

83.6
83.5
83.4
83.3
83.2: Integrating Genetic and Cultural Evolutionary Approaches to Language
83.1

82.5-6: Origins of the Populations of the Aleutian Islands
82.4
82.3
82.2
82.1

81.5-6: Honor of the 80th Anniversary of Human Biology: The Gabriel W. Lasker Award Winners, 19922008
81.4
81.2-3: Demography and Cultural Macroevolution
81.1