William H. Durham

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For the Pentecostal preacher, see William Howard Durham.

William H. Durham is an American biological anthropologist, and Bing Professor in Human Biology, at Stanford University.[1]

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William Durham earned a B.A. at Stanford University, and graduated from the University of Michigan with a master’s and PhD.

He has studied the demography, genetics, and resource management of the San Blas Kuna of Panama, El Salvador and Honduras, and deforestation in Mexico, Central, and South America.[2]

He is currently Editor of the Annual Review of Anthropology.[3]

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