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Professor, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Institute of Human Origins        Center for the Study of Institutional Diversity    Center for Social Dynamics and Complexity

SHESC Themes: Origins of Human Uniqueness, Biological, Social and Cultural Evolution; Human Origins, Evolution and Diversity

Field Specializations: Life History Theory, Evolution of Culture and Cooperation, Human Evolution, Human Evolutionary Ecology, Hunter Gatherers

Regional Focus: South America, South Africa, Philippines

click HERE   for personal research website  http://www.public.asu.edu/~krhill3/Index.html

 

2013 Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology

Bio

Research:
Kim Hill's theoretical interests are human evolutionary ecology, including focal areas such as foraging theory, time allocation, food sharing, life history evolution, parental investment, cooperation, culture and cognition, the emergence and spread of Homo sapiens and unique characteristics of our species. His field experience involves hunter-gatherers and natives of the Neotropics. He has nearly 30 years of fieldwork with Ache (Paraguay), Hiwi (Venezuela), Mashco-Piro, Matsiguenga and Yora (Peru) and has conducted extensive travels to indigenous communities in Latin America.

Teaching:
Hill teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on aspects of human evolution. Prior to his arrival at ASU, he was a professor at the University of New Mexico. He has additional teaching experience at the University of Michigan, Emory University, and the University of Utah.

Recent Publications

2012    Hill K., Hurtado, A. M. Human Reproductive Assistance Nature.  483:160-162.

2012    Henrich J, R Boyd, R McElreath, M Gurven, PJ Richerson, J Ensminger, M Alvard, A Barr, C Barrett, A Bolyanatz, C F Camerer, J-C Cardenas, E Fehr, H M Gintis, F Gil-White, E Laban Gwako, N Henrich, K Hill, C Lesorogol, J Q Patton, F W Marlowe, D P Tracer, J Ziker Culture does account for variation in game behavior. Proceedings National Academy of Science 109 (2), 347-348.

2011    Smith Eric Alden, Monique Borgerhoff Mulder, Samuel Bowles and Kim Hill.  Wealth Inequality in Foraging, Horticultural, Pastoral, and Agricultural Populations: A Reply to Caldararo.  Current Anthropology  Vol. 52, No. 4 (August 2011), pp. 579-580

2011    Walker, R. K. Hill, M. Flinn, R. Elsworth. Evolutionary history of hunter-gatherer marriage practices.  Plos One, 6 (4), e19066.

2011    Hill, K., R. Walker, M. Bozicevic, J. Eder, T. Headland, B. Hewlett, A.M. Hurtado, F. Marlowe, P. Wiessner, B. Wood. Coresidence patterns in hunter-gatherer societies show unique human social structure. Science, 331: 1286- 1289.

2010 Walker, R., Flynn, M. and K. Hill. Evolutionary history of partible paternity in lowland South America. Proceedings National Academy of Science. 107 (45): 19195- 19200.

2010     Yang N., Mazières S., Bravi C., Excoffier L., Ray N., Wang S., Burley M.,  Gabriel Bedoya G., Rojas W., V. Parra M.V., Molina J.A., Gallo C., Poletti G., Hill K., Hurtado A.M., Petzl-Erler M.L., Tsuneto L.T., Klitz W., Barrantes R., Llop E., Rothhammer F., Labuda D., Salzano F.M., Bortolini M., Dugoujon J.M., & Ruiz-Linares A.  Contrasting patterns of nuclear and mtDNA diversity in Native American populations.  Annals of Human Genetics, 74 (6): 525 – 528.

2010    Bribiescas, R.G. and K. Hill. Circadian Variation in Salivary Testosterone Across Age Classes in Ache Amerindian Males of Paraguay. American Journal of Human Biology, 22 (2): 216 – 220.

2010    Hill, K.  Experimental studies of animal social learning in the wild:  Trying to untangle the mystery of human culture.  Learning and Behavior 38(3): 319- 328.

2010    Smith, E.A., K. Hill, F. W. Marlowe, D. Nolin, P. Wiessner, M. Gurven, S. Bowles, M. Borgerhoff Mulder, T. Hertz, A. Bell. Intergenerational Wealth Transmission and Inequality among Hunter-Gatherers. Current Anthropology 51 (1): 19-34.

2010    Gurven, M. and K. Hill.  Moving beyond stereotypes of men’s foraging goals.  Current Anthropology. 51 (2): 265- 267

2009     Hill, K., M. Barton, and A.M. Hurtado.  The Origins of Human Uniqueness: The Evolution of Characters Underlying Behavioral Modernity.  Evolutionary Anthropology, 18: 187-200.

2009      Borgerhoff Mulder, M., S. Bowles, K. Hill & 23 other authors.  Dynamics of Inequality in small-scale societies. Science 326, 682-688.

 

 

 

2009      Bourgeois S., V. Yotova, S. Wang, S. Bourtoumieu, C. Moreau, R. Michalski, J.P. Moisan, K. Hill, A.M. Hurtado, A. Ruiz-Linares and D. Labuda. X-Chromosome Lineages and the Settlement of the Americas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140(3): 417 – 428.

2009     Baker J, Hurtado AM, Pearson OM, Hill KR, Jones T, Frey MA. Developmental Plasticity in Fat Patterning of Ache Children in Response to Variation in Interbirth Intervals: A Preliminary Test of the Roles of External Environment and Maternal Reproductive Strategies. American Journal of Human Biology 21: 77-83.

2009     Hill, K. and A.M. Hurtado.  Cooperative Breeding in South American Hunter-Gatherers.  Proceedings Royal Society Biological, 276, 3863-3870. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2009.1061

2009     Hill, K. and K. Kintigh.  Can Anthropologists distinguish good and poor hunters: Implications for hunting hypotheses, sharing conventions, and cultural transmission. Current Anthropology 50 (3): 369-377.

2009     Hill, K. Are characteristics of human “culture” that account for human uniqueness missing from animal social traditions?  In K. Laland and J. Galef eds. “ The question of animal culture” pp. 269-287.  Harvard University Press: Boston.

2009     Gurven, M. and K. Hill. Why Do Men Hunt? A Reevaluation of "Man the Hunter" and the Sexual Division of Labor.  Current Anthropology 50(1):51-74.

 

PDF files of older publications are HERE

 

 

 

Research Interests

Theoretical Interests: Human Evolutionary Ecology including focal areas such as foraging theory, time allocation, food sharing, life history evolution, parental investment, cooperation, culture and cognition. Emergence and spread of Homo sapiens and unique characteristics of our species.

Field Experience: Hunter-gatherers and Natives of the Neotropics. Nearly thirty years of fieldwork with Ache (Paraguay), Hiwi (Venezuela), Mashco-Piro, Matsiguenga and Yora (Peru) and extensive travel to Indigenous communities in Latin America. (background video)

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Courses

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 580 Practicum
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 492 Honors Directed Study
ASM 493 Honors Thesis
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 580 Practicum
ASB 584 Internship
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ASM 790 Reading and Conference

Summer 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 101 Anth: Undrstding Human Dvsty

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ASM 342 Evolution and Human Behavior
BIO 327 Evolution and Human Behavior

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 101 Anth: Undrstding Human Dvsty
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation

Summer 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 101 Anth: Undrstding Human Dvsty

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 368 Prehistoric/Historic Hunter-
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 101 Anth: Undrstding Human Dvsty
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ASM 342 Evol, Ecol & Hum Bio Variation

Winter 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 101 Anth: Undrstding Human Dvsty

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 101 Anth: Undrstding Human Dvsty
ASB 368 Prehistoric/Historic Hunter-
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ASM 591 Seminar

Summer 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 101 Anth: Undrstding Human Dvsty

Spring 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 194 Special Topics

Fall 2009

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 194 Special Topics
ASM 191 First-Year Seminar

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Bailey, Drew H., Robert S. Walker, Gregory E. Blomquist, Kim R. Hill, A. Magdalena Hurtado, and David C. Geary.. "Heritability and Fitness Correlates of Personality in the Ache, a Natural-Fertility Population in Paraguay.". PloS One (2013).

  2. J. D. Lindenau, F. M. Salzano, L. S. P. Guimarães, S. M. Callegari-Jacques, A. M. Hurtado, K.R. Hill, M. L. Petzl-Erler, L.T. Tsuneto, M.H. Hutz.. Distribution patterns of variability for 18 immune system genes in Amerindians – relationship with history and epidemiology. Tissue Antigens (2013).

  3. Walker, R., S. Beckerman, M.V. Flinn, M. Gurven, C.R. von Rueden, K.L. Kramer, R.D. Greaves, L. Cordoba, D. Villar, E.H. Hagen, J. M. Koster, L. Sugiyama, T.E. Hunter, and K.R. Hill.. Living with Kin in Lowland Horticultural Societies. Current Anthropology (2013).

  4. Book chapter: K. Hill. A short history of the Northern Ache. The Paraguay Reader. Duke Univ. Press (2013).

  5. Henrich J, R Boyd, R McElreath, M Gurven, PJ Richerson, J Ensminger, M Alvard, A Barr, C Barrett, A Bolyanatz, C F Camerer, J-C Cardenas, E Fehr, H M Gintis, F Gil-White, E Laban Gwako, N Henrich, K Hill, C Lesorogol, J Q Patton, F W Marlowe, D P Tracer, J Ziker. Culture does account for variation in game behavior. Proceedings National Academy of Science (2012).

  6. Henrich J, R Boyd, R McElreath, M Gurven, PJ Richerson, J Ensminger, M Alvard, A Barr, C Barrett, A Bolyanatz, C F Camerer, J-C Cardenas, E Fehr, H M Gintis, F Gil-White, E Laban Gwako, N Henrich, K Hill, C Lesorogol, J Q Patton, F W Marlowe, D P Tracer, J Ziker. Culture does account for variation in game behavior.. Proceedings National Academy of Science 109 (2), 347-348. (2012).

  7. Hill K., and A.M. Hurtado. Human Reproductive Assistance.. Nature (2012).

  8. Joseph Henrich, Robert Boyd, Richard McElreath, Michael Gurven, Peter J Richerson, Jean Ensminger, Michael Alvard, Abigail Barr, H Clark Barrett, Alexander Bolyanatz, Colin F Camerer, Juan-Camilo Cardenas, Ernst Fehr, Herbert M Gintis, Francisco Gil-White, Edwins Laban Gwako, Natalie Henrich, Kim Hill, Carolyn Lesorogol, John Q Patton, Frank W Marlowe, David P Tracer, John Ziker. Reply to van Hoorn: Converging lines of evidence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2012).

  9. Hill, K., R. Walker, M. Bozicevic, J. Eder, T. Headland, B. Hewlett, A.M. Hurtado, F. Marlowe, P. Wiessner, B. Wood. Coresidence patterns in hunter-gatherer societies show unique human social structure.. Science (2011).

  10. Smith Eric Alden, Monique Borgerhoff Mulder, Samuel Bowles and Kim Hill. Wealth Inequality in Foraging, Horticultural, Pastoral, and Agricultural Populations. Current Anthropology (2011).

  11. Walker, R. K. Hill, M. Flinn, R. Elsworth. Evolutionary history of hunter-gatherer marriage practices.. Plos One (2011).

  12. Abbott, P. & 103 signatories including K. Hill. Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality. Nature (2011).

  13. Smith, E., M. Gurven, M. Borgerhoff Mulder and 27 signatories including K. Hill. Anthropology: it can be interdisciplinary. Nature (2011).

  14. Bribiescas, R.G. and K. Hill. Circadian Variation in Salivary Testosterone Across Age Classes in Ache Amerindian Males of Paraguay.. American Journal of Human Biology, (2010).

  15. Hill, K.. Experimental studies of animal social learning in the wild: Trying to untangle the mystery of human culture. Learning and Behavior (2010).

  16. Walker, R., Flynn, M. and K. Hill.. Partible paternity in South American native groups: culture history and functional hypotheses. Proceedings National Academy of Science (2010).

  17. Yang, N ... Hill, K. & 26 other authors. Contrasting patterns of nuclear and mtDNA diversity in Native American populations.. Annals of Human Genetics (2010).

  18. J Armin, Kim Hill, & 20 other authors. Anthropological currents. Current Anthropology (2010).

  19. Baker J, Hurtado AM, Pearson OM, Hill KR, Jones T, Frey MA. Developmental Plasticity in Fat Patterning of Ache Children in Response to Variation in Interbirth Intervals: A Preliminary Test of the Roles of External Environment and Maternal Reproductive Strategies.. American Journal of Human Biology (2009).

  20. Borgerhoff Mulder, M., S. Bowles, K. Hill & 23 other authors. Dynamics of Inequality in small-scale societies.. Science (2009).

  21. Bourgeois S., V. Yotova, S. Wang, S. Bourtoumieu, C. Moreau, R. Michalski, J.P. Moisan, K. Hill, A.M. Hurtado, A. Ruiz-Linares and D. Labuda.. Lineages and the Settlement of the Americas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2009).

  22. Hill, K. and A.M. Hurtado. Cooperative Breeding in South American Hunter-Gatherers. Proceedings Royal Society Biological (2009).

  23. Hill, K., M. Barton, and A.M. Hurtado. The Origins of Human Uniqueness: The Evolution of Characters Underlying Behavioral Modernity. Evolutionary Anthropology (2009).

  24. Michael Gurven, Kim Hill. Why do men hunt?. Current Anthropology (2009).

  25. Book chapter: Hill, Kim. Are characteristics of human "culture" that account for human uniqueness missing from animal social traditions?. The question of animal culture. Harvard University Press (2009).

  26. JL Munson, Rebecca J Lester, Francesca Merlan, Gonen Sharon, Kim Hill, Keith Kintigh, Emma Guerrero, Miquel Molist, Ian Kuijt, Josep Anfruns, Neil Roberts, Arlene Rosen, Christopher M Kelty.. Anthropological Currents. Current Anthropology (2009).

  27. Callegari-Jaques, S., K. Hill, A. M. Hurtado, L.T. Rodriguez, C.H.D. Bau, and F.M. Salzano.. Genetic clues about the origin of Ache hunter-gatherers of Paraguay.. American Journal of Human Biology (2008).

  28. Sijia Wang, Ana Hurtado, Beatriz Camrena, Humberto Nicolini, William Klitz, Ramiro Barrantes, Julio Molina, Nelson Freimer, Maria Bortolini, Francisco Salzano, Maria Petzl-Erler, Nicolas Ray, Luiza Tsuneto, Jose Dipierri, Emma Alfaro, Graciela Bailliet, Nestor Bianchi, Elena Llop, Francisco Rothhammer, Laurent Excoffier, Andres Ruiz-Linares, Winston Rojas, Maria Parra, Gabriel Bedoya, Carla Gallo, Giovanni Poletti, Guido Mazzotti, Kim Hill. Geographic patterns of genome admixture in Latin American Mestizos. PLOS Genetics (2008).

  29. W. Allen-Arave, M. Gurven, Kim Hill. Is Nepotism Maintained by Kin Selection or Reciprocal Altruism? Evidence from Ache Food Transfers. Evolution and Human Behavior (2008).

  30. Book chapter: Hurtado, A. M., M.A. Frey, I. Hurtado, K. Hill & J. Baker. The Role of Helminthes in Human Evolution: Implications for Global Health in the 21st Century. Medicine and Evolution: Current Applications, Future Prospects.. Taylor and Francis (2008).

  31. A. Wilbur, L. Kubatko, J. Feurstein, Ana Hurtado, Kim Hill, Anne Stone. Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and susceptibility M. tuberculosis in Native Paraguayans. Tuberculosis (2007).

  32. J. Battilana, L. Cardoso-Silva, R. Barrantes, Kim Hill, Ana Hurtado, F. Salzano, S. Bonatto. Molecular Variability of the 16p13.3 Region in Amerindians and its Anthropological Significance. Annals of Human Genetics (2007).

  33. Kim Hill, Ana Hurtado, R. Walker. High adult mortality among Hiwi hunter-gatherers: Implications for human evolution. J. Human Evolution (2007).

  34. Sidia Callegari-Jacques, Shaiane Crossetti, Fabiana Kohlrausch, Francisco Salzano, Luiza Tsuneto, Maria Petzl-Erler, Kim Hill, Ana Hurtado, Mara Hutz. The Beta-globin Gene Cluster Distribution Revisited -Patterns in Amerindian populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2007).

  35. Book chapter: Hill, Kim. Evolutionary Biology, Cognitive Adaptations, and Human Culture. The Evolution of Mind: Fundamental Questions and Controversies. Guilford Press (2007).

  36. Ana Hurtado, C. Lambourne, Kim Hill, K. Kessler. The public health implications of maternal care trade-offs. Human Nature (2006).

  37. R. Walker, H. Kaplan, K. Kramer, W. Olliver, C. Valeggia, T. Yamauchi, M. Gurven, Kim Hill, A. Migliano, N. Chagnon, R. De Souza, G. Djurovic, R. Hames, Ana Hurtado. Growth rates and life histories in twenty-two small-scale societies. American Journal of Human Biology (2006).

  38. R. Walker, Kim Hill, O. Burger. Life in the slow lane revisited: ontogenetic separation between chimpanzees and humans. American J. Physical Anthropology (2006).

  39. Tiago Pereira, Kim Hill, Dinorah Castro-de-Guerra, Wilson Silva, Maria-Catira Bortolini, Salzano Francisco, Adrianna Mostowska, Wieslaw Trzeciak, Andres Ruiz-Linares, Jose Chies, Carmen Saavedra, Cleusa Nagamachi, Ana Hurtado. Natural selection and molecular evolution in primate PAX9 gene, a major determinant of tooth development. PNAS (2006).

  40. Ana Hurtado, C. Lambourne, Kim Hill, P. James, K. Cheman. Human rights, biomedical science and infectious diseases among South American indigenous groups.. Annual Review of Anthropology (2005).

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Presentations

  1. Kim Hill Human Uniqueness. IHO annual symposium. (Dec 2013).
  2. Kim Hill Origins of Human Uniqueness. 28th Annual Skomp Distinguished Lecture, Indiana University. (Mar 2013).
  3. Kim Hill Hunter-Gatherer Network Structure and Cumulative Culture. Harvard University, Human Evolutionary Biology program. (Nov 2012).
  4. Kim Hill Social Organization and Cumulative Culture. Intl Conference on Culture, Stockholm Sweden. (Sep 2012).
  5. Kim Hill, Marco Janssen Agent Based Model of Ache Foraging Patterns. Stellenbosch conference. (Jun 2012).
  6. Kim Hill Origins of Cephalization in Social Organization. SIRG Researc Presentation. (Mar 2012).
  7. Kim Hill In-group, Out-group. Xenophobia Conference. (Mar 2012).
  8. Kim Hill Are Humans Really Unique?. London Evolutionary Research Network. (Nov 2011).
  9. Kim Hill Emergence of Cephalous Institutions. University College, London. (Nov 2011).
  10. Kim Hill Emergence of Cephalous Institutions. Canadian Inst Advance Research. (Oct 2011).
  11. Kim Hill Emergence of Human Uniqueness. University of Minnesota. (Sep 2011).
  12. Kim Hill Origins of Human Uniqueness. Duke University. (Apr 2011).
  13. Kim Hill Emergence of Human Uniqueness. European Human Behavior and Evolution Association, Germany. (Mar 2011).
  14. Kim Hill Simple and Complex institutions in native societies. University of Washington. (Feb 2011).
  15. Kim Hill Cooperation in Human Hunter Gatherers. European Workshop on Experimental and Behavioral Economics. (Dec 2010).
  16. Kim Hill & Curtis Marean Human Uniqueness and Behavioral Modernity. Invited international Workshop. (Feb 2010).
  17. Hill, Kim Origins of Human Uniqueness. Origins Symposium. (Apr 2009).
  18. Hill, Kim Exceptional cooperation in humans. (Jan 2008).
  19. Hill, Kim Exceptional cooperation in humans due to Eusociality and altruism between non-kin. (Dec 2007).
  20. Hill, Kim Animal and Human Culture. (Oct 2007).
  21. Hill, Kim Adaptive function of cognitive ability in hunter-gatherers. (Mar 2007).
  22. Hill, Kim Hunting and game depletion in the Mbaracayu Reserve. (Sep 2002).
  23. Hill, Kim Cooperative foraging among the Ache. Symposium on the Evolution of Cooperation. (May 1999).
  24. Hill, Kim Evolution of the Human Life Course. Symposium on Evolutionary Anthropology. (Oct 1998).
  25. Hill, Kim Keynote address. III International Conference on Wildlife Management in Amazonia. (Dec 1997).
  26. Hill, Kim Ache Foraging, Food Sharing, and Time Allocation to Activities.
  27. Hill, Kim Macronutrient Modification of Optimal Diet Models of Foraging.
  28. Hill, Kim Macronutrient Modification of Optimal Diet Models of Foraging..
  29. Hill, Kim Vertebrate density patterns in the Mbaracayu reserve.
  30. Hill, Kim Impact of hunting on large vertebrates in the Mbaracayu Reserve.
  31. Lancaster, J., Kaplan, H., Hill, Kim, Hurtado, Ana The evolution of the life course and investment in human capital. Vth Biannual Symposium on the Science of Behavior: Behavior, Evolution and Culture.
  32. Hill, Kim Advantages of Cognitive Ability in Hunter-Gatherers.
  33. Hill, Kim Managing vertebrates in the Mbaracayu Reserve, Paraguay. IV annual conference on wildlife management in the Amazon.
  34. Hill, Kim Ultimatum and Public Goods Games and Subsistence Cooperation Among the Ache.
  35. Hill, Kim Evolution of the Human Life Course.
  36. Hill, Kim Emotions and Mental Health among the Ache of Paraguay.
  37. Hurtado, Ana, Hill, Kim, Kaplan, H., Lancaster, J. The epidemiology of infectious diseases among South American Indians. Panel on Research among the Yanomami, American Anthropological Association.
  38. Wilbur, A., Feurstein, J., Smith, J., Hurtado, Ana, Hill, Kim, Stone, Anne Involvement of vitamin D receptor and HLA loci in host susceptibility to tuberculosis in the Ache of Paraguay. 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society for Human Genetics.
  39. Hill, Kim Adaptive advantages of high cognitive ability in hunter-gatherers. International Society for Intelligence Research.
  40. Hill, Kim Primate and Human Culture: Similarities and Differences.

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Marean,Curtis William * , Franklin,Janet , Hill,Kim Ronald , . IPG - Developing and Testing an Integrated Paleoscape Model for the Early Middle and Late Pleistocene of the South Coast of South Africa. NSF-ENG-BCS (9/15/2011 - 8/31/2016).

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Service

  1. LSB leakey Grant review, evaluator (2013 - present)
  2. Promotion to full professor, Richard McElwreath UC Davis, evaluator (2013 - present)
  3. Search Committee (2 positions in EA), member (2013 - present)
  4. Personell Committee, member (2011 - present)
  5. Personell Committee, member (2011 - present)
  6. Spirit of the Senses, Public Presentation by Invite, Scottsdale Arizona (2011 - present)
  7. Search Committee, Member (2011 - present)
  8. Expedited Tenure Review, Internal (2011 - present)
  9. Washington State University, Outsider Evaluator, Edward R Meyer Professorship (2011 - present)
  10. Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Evaluation of Nominee (2011 - present)
  11. Journals, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Intnl J. Primatology, Current Anthropology, Nature, Reviewer (2011 - present)
  12. LSB Leakey Foundation, Reviewer (2011 - present)
  13. WW Norton, reviewer (2011 - present)
  14. Anne Stone Promotion to full professor, member (2009 - present)
  15. Origins Symposium, Session Organizer - Human Uniqueness (2009 - present)
  16. Human Uniqueness Speaker Series, Organizer (2009 - present)
  17. Various, Reviewer (2009 - present)
  18. Various, Referee (2009 - present)
  19. Michael Winkelman promotion to full professor, member (2008 - present)
  20. Origins Initiative Faculty Advisory Committee, member (2008 - present)
  21. Origins Initiative Faculty Advisory Committee, member (2008 - present)
  22. Origins Symposium Planning Committee, member (2008 - present)
  23. Ache Tribe, Advisor (1994 - present)
  24. Ache Tribe, Advisor (1994 - present)
  25. Review for publication, Journal Human Evolution 2 submitted manuscripts, reviewer (2013)
  26. Personell Committee, member (2011 - 2013)
  27. Origins Initiative/ Xenophobia Workshop Organizer, Faculty Organizer (2011 - 2012)
  28. Origins Initiative Faculty Advisory Committee, member (2010)
  29. Various, Referee/ External Reviewer (2010)
  30. Various, Manuscript reviews (2008)
  31. , Attendance at commencement ceremony (2007)
  32. , Grant Reviews (2007)

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