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Jamie Hodgkins

Jamie Hodgkins

I am a zooarchaeologist interested in reconstructing the behaviors of early modern Homo sapiens and Neandertals, and what they tell us about the origins and worldwide dispersals of our species. In these efforts, I currently focus on two geographic regions: Africa and Europe.

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Contact Info:

Department of Anthropology

Phone & Fax
Phone: (303) 315-7328
Fax: (303) 315-7336

Mailing Address
Campus Box 103
PO Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217-3364

Physical Address
Auraria Campus,
North Classroom Building 
Suite 4002

Email: Connie Turner,
Program Assistant
Phone: (303) 315-7328


Department of Anthropology

Welcome to Anthropology

Anthropology is the study of human origins and evolution, present conditions of human life, and future prospects. It considers human beings as biological and social entities, and seeks to explain both diversities and commonalities of peoples and cultures.

Undergraduates get an overview of human life while being introduced to a variety of skills and practical research methods.

Our minor program provides an introduction to the field with courses such as Culture and the Human Experience and Issues in Human Evolution.

Finally, our Master's program offers a breadth of opportunities with three different opportunities for specialization: