Kim R. Hill

Professor of Anthropology
School of Human Evolution and Social Change
Center for Social Dynamics and Complexity
Institute for Human Origins

Curriculum Vitae
Native People Conservation Tropical Fund

My theoretical interests cover the evolutionary ecology of human behavior, and the evolutionary history of later hominins. I have worked on foraging theory, time allocation problems, food sharing, life history theory, parental investment, divisions of labor, cognition and social status, culture and the emergence of hyper-cooperative behavior. My applied work has included conservation biology and resource management, land rights issues, health issues, and the ethics of anthropological research.