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Studies of the Biosocial Society

General Editor:
Catherine Panter-Brick, Professor of Anthropology, Yale University

Studies of the Biosocial SocietyThe Biosocial Society is an international academic society engaged in fostering understanding of human biological and social diversity. It draws its membership from a wide range of academic disciplines, particularly those engaged in “boundary disciplines” at the intersection between the natural and social sciences, such as biocultural anthropology, medical sociology, demography, social medicine, the history of science and bioethics. The aim of this series is to promote interdisciplinary research on how biology and society interact to shape human experience and to serve as advanced texts for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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