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Delprete, Hillary A

Hillary DelPrete, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor, Biological Anthropology
  • Scholarly interests: Human Variation, secular trend, skeletal change, Evolution

Department: History and Anthropology

Office: Howard Hall 331

Phone: (732) 571-4458

Email: hdelpret@monmouth.edu


Education

Ph.D., Rutgers University

M.A., Rutgers University

B.S., Tulane University

Research Interests

Dr. DelPrete’s research interests focus on modern evolution and human variation. She has amassed skeletal data from four identified skeletal collections in order to examine change in pelvic measures over the last two hundred years to get a better understanding of pelvic change through the course of human evolution. In addition, she is particularly interested in how the modern skeleton continues to change with changes in the environment.

Professional Associations

American Association for physical anthropology
American anthropological association
BAS of the American anthropological Association
EAS of the American anthropological Association
Human Biology Association
Paleoanthropology Association

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Spring

  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology – AN 104
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution and Ecology – AN 262
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution, and Ecology – BY 262

2021 Fall

  • Forensic Anthropology – AN 307
  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology – AN 104
  • Seminar in Biological Anthropology – AN 502

2021 Spring

  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology – AN 104
  • Seminar in Biological Anthropology – AN 502

2020 Fall

  • Forensic Anthropology – AN 307
  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology – AN 104

2020 Spring

  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology – AN 104
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution and Ecology – AN 262
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution, and Ecology – BY 262

2019 Fall

  • Forensic Anthropology – AN 307
  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology – AN 104

2019 Summer E

  • Anthropological Field Study – AN 389

2019 Spring

  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology – AN 104
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution and Ecology – AN 262
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution, and Ecology – BY 262
  • Seminar in Biological Anthropology – AN 502

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Anthropological Field Study (AN 389)
  • Forensic Anthropology (AN 307)
  • Human Evolution and Racial Variation (AN 104)
  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology (AN 104)
  • Primate Behavior and Human Evolution (AN 251)
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution and Ecology (AN 262)
  • Primate Behavior, Evolution, and Ecology (BY 262)
  • Research Seminar in Anthropology (AN 426)
  • Seminar in Biological Anthropology (AN 502)