Dr Nasser Malit is an Associate Professor of Anthropology, SUNY Potsdam. As a trained paleoanthropologist, his research work covers many areas including the evolution and variation in early apes and humans. He teaches courses in primatology, evolutionary medicine, skeletal biology, forensic anthropology and human evolution.
Fall 2023 - A Biocultural Exploration of Incest and Inbreeding [F-23-8]
Fall 2021 - Primate Cultures [F-21-15]
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]