Nasser Malit is a biological anthropologist specializing in the study of human origins, biological variation and evolutionary aspects of disease. His present research involves the description of a 7000-year-old human fossil that may answer questions concerning the evolution of modern African skeletal forms. He is also involved in forensic identification of skeletons for the New York State Forensic Investigations Unit. He enjoys teaching and guiding students in research work.
Fall 2019 - The Neandertals: Facts, Fiction and Fantasy [F-19-42]
Fall 2019 - The Neandertals: Facts, Fiction and Fantasy (repeat) [F-19-58]
Fall 2018 - Racial Attitudes: Changing Expectations [F-18-50]
Fall 2017 - Racial Attitudes: Changing Expectations [F-17-49]