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Barry Bogin, Ph.D.
February 2014
Name: Barry Allan Bogin
Birth Date: May 20, 1950 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Address: School of Sport, Exercise & Health Sciences
Loughborough University
Leicestershire LE11 3TU
United Kingdom
Phone: 44 (0) 1509 228819 Fax: 44 (0) 1509 223940
Email: [email protected]
Web page: http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ssehs/staff/academic/barry-bogin.html
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
1977 Ph.D. Anthropology, Temple University. Dissertation: Periodic Rhythm in the Rates of
Growth in Height and Weight of Children and its Relation to Season of the Year. University
Microfilms, Ann Arbor.
1973 M.A. Anthropology, Temple University. Thesis: An Ethnobotany of the Santa Elena
Peninsula, Southwest Coastal Ecuador.
1971
A.B. Anthropology, Temple University.
Academic Honors and Awards
2009 Personal Chair, Professor of Biological Anthropology, Loughborough University
2004 William E. Stirton University Professorship, University of Michigan-Dearborn
1999 Michigan Association of Governing Boards Distinguished Faculty Award.
1998 Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Michigan-Dearborn
1993 Distinguished Research Award, University of Michigan-Dearborn
1974-1976 Latin American Teaching Fellowship, from the Fletcher School of Law and
Diplomacy, Tufts University.
1973 Tuition scholarship, Temple University.
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=si5nSQkAAAAJ&hl=en
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University Employment History
2009 – present Professor of Biological Anthropology, School of Sport, Exercise, and Health
Sciences, Loughborough University, UK
2007-2009 Reader of Human Nutrition, Department of Human Sciences, Loughborough
University, UK
2004-2009 William E. Stirton University Professorship, University of Michigan-Dearborn
1998-2001
Chair, Department of Behavioral Sciences, University of Michigan-Dearborn.
1990-present Professor of Anthropology with tenure, Department of Behavioral Sciences,
University of Michigan - Dearborn.
1985-1990 Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Behavioral Sciences, University of
Michigan - Dearborn.
1982-1985 Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Department of Behavioral Sciences,
University of Michigan - Dearborn.
1979-1989
Associate, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Wayne State University.
1977-1982
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Wayne State University.
1974-1976
City.
Latin American Teaching Fellow, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Guatemala
1969-1970
Research Assistant, Department of Biology, Temple University.
Visiting Professorships
1998-present Universidade de Coimbra (University of Coimbra), Department of Anthropology,
Portugal.
1998
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1998
Escuela Nacional de Antropologia e Historia (National School of Anthropology and
History), Mexico City.
1993-present
Universidade Técnica de Lisboa (Technical University of Lisbon), Portugal.
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DOCTORAL AND POST-DOCTORAL STUDENT SUPERVISIONS
Note: The University of Michigan-Dearborn has no Doctoral programmes.
Supervision of PhD students at Loughborough
1. Ishrat Islam, co-supervisor with Dr.Fehmidah Munir. Thesis title, “Evidence-based physical
activity promotion intervention for Bangladeshi women living in the East Midlands.” Start
date: October 2012, currently in 1st year of PhD programme.
2. Diane Harper, co-supervisor with Dr. Katherine Brooke-Wavell. Thesis title, “Factors
influencing bone strength in Bangladeshi mothers and daughters.” Start date: October 2011,
currently in 2nd year of PhD programme.
3. Joelma Almeida. Thesis title: “Infant development and child school performance in
migratory contexts.” Joelma finished her fieldwork in Portugal and successfully completed
her thesis. Start date: August 2007, Completion date: October, 2011.
4. Sophie Goudet, co-supervisor with Dr. Paula Griffiths. Thesis title: “Coping Strategies for
Feeding Practices and Nutritional Health of Young Children in Relation to Recurrent
Flooding in Urban Slums (Bangladesh).” Sophie successfully completed her PhD within
three years of her start date, with time-out for two pregnancies. Start date: January 2007,
completion date: September 2010.
External supervisions of PhD students
1. Luis Rios, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain. Thesis title: “Identification of human
skeletal remains exhumed from mass graves and prisoner’s cemetery from the Spanish civil
war and postwar years (1936-1943).” Completed in 2012.
2. Dr Marianne Swiech, Bradford University. Thesis title: Diachronic Effects of Bio-Cultural
Factors on Stature and Body Proportions in British Archaeological Populations
Completed Ph.D. in 2006.
3. Dr. Isabel Fragoso, Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa, Portugal. Thesis title “Biological and
cultural factors influencing the growth of Lisbon City school children.” I was recruited by
the Technical University of Lisbon to provide the primary supervision of this thesis. Dr.
Fragoso successfully completed her PhD in 1997 and now serves on the staff of that
university.
4. Dr. Janet Dunn, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Thesis title, “The impact of television
on reproductive decisions of women in Bahia, Brazil.” In 1996–97, Janet Dunn studied
family planning and changing female reproductive strategies. She successfully completed her
PhD in 1998. She now is an Assistant Professor of anthropology at the University of
Michigan-Dearborn campus.
Post-doctoral research supervisions
1. Dr. Hugo Cardoso, Museu de Antropologia and Universidade de Porto, Portugal. Dr.
Cardoso received a Portuguese Foundation for Scientific Research Post-Doctoral Fellowship
to work with me on problems relating to socio-economic determinants of child growth and
health in historic Portuguese populations. Our work is still progressing. We have an article
in preparation relating to rural-to-urban migration and risk for overweight/obesity.
2. Dr. Bibiana Orden, Universidad de La Plata, Argentina. Dr. Orden received a Wenner-Gren
Foundation for Anthropological Research fellowship to work with me for the 1999-2000
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academic year. She was resident at the University of Michigan-Dearborn for that year. We
researched the biosocial factors influencing stature and leg length in Guatemala Maya
populations. Our work was published in three peer-reviewed articles.
PUBLICATIONS (* indicates first or sole authorship, unless otherwise indicated)
Books
1. Cameron N, Bogin B, editors (2012) Human Growth and Development, 2nd edition.
Amsterdam, Elsevier. http://store.elsevier.com/Human-Growth-and-Development/isbn9780123838827/
2. Stinson S, Bogin B, O’rourke D, editors (2012) Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural
Approach. 2nd edition, New York: Wiley.
http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470179643.html
3. Bogin B (2001) The Growth of Humanity. New York: Wiley.
http://www.wiley.com/cda/product/0,,0471354481,00.html
4. S. Stinson, B. Bogin, R. Huss-Ashmore, D. Orourke (eds.) 2000 Human Biology: An
Evolutionary and Biocultural Approach. , New York: Wiley.
http://www.wiley.com/cda/product/0,,0471137464,00.html
5. Bogin B 1999 Patterns of Human Growth, second edition. Cambridge University Press. This is
a totally revised and expanded version of my 1988 book by the same title.
http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521564380
6. N. Wolanski and B. Bogin (eds.) 1996 The Family as an Environment for Human Development.
Delhi, India: Kamal Raj.
7. C.G.N. Mascie-Taylor and B. Bogin (eds.) 1995 Human Variability and Plasticity. Cambridge
Studies in Biological Anthropology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521018555
C.G.N. Mascie-Taylor and B. Bogin (eds.) 2005 Human Variability and Plasticity. Reprinted in
paperback by Cambridge University Press.
8. Bogin B 1997, 1993, 1991 Patterns of Human Growth (first edition), reprinted with corrections.
Cambridge Studies in Biological Anthropology, Number 3. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press.
9. Bogin B 1988 Patterns of Human Growth. Cambridge Studies in Biological Anthropology,
Number 3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
10. Bogin B (ed.) 1982 Salute to Gabriel Ward Lasker. Publication of papers delivered at the 1981
meetings of the Human Biology Council. Human Biology, 54: 169-204. Reprinted for
distribution by Wayne State University Press.
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Articles in peer-reviewed journals
1. Barry Bogin, Diane Harper, Joy Merrell, Jasmin Chowdhury, Michael Heinrich, Vanja Garaj,
Bablin Molik, Janice L Thompson (in press) Influence of childhood health, migration, early
adult fertility, and current age on adult physical function of Bangladeshi mothers and
daughters. Journal of Anthropology
2. Barry Bogin, Hugo Azcorra, Hannah Wilson, Adriana Vázquez-Vázquez, María Luisa AvilaEscalante, María Teresa Castillo-Burguete, Inês Varela-Silva, Federico Dickinson (2014)
Globalization and children’s diets: The case of Maya of Mexico and Central America.
Anthropological Review 77 (1): 11–32.
3. HJ Wilson, F Dickinson, PL Griffiths, B Bogin, MI Varela-Silva (in press) Maternal short
stature does not predict their children’s fatness indicators in a nutritional dual-burden sample
of urban Mexican Maya. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
4. Dejana Nikitovic, Barry Bogin (in press) Ontogeny of sexual size dimorphism and
environmental quality in Guatemalan children. American Journal of Human Biology
5. Hugo Azcorra, Maria Inês Varela-Silva, Luis Rodriguez, Barry Bogin, Federico Dickinson.
(2013) Nutritional status of Maya children, their mothers and their grandmothers residing in
the city of Merida, Mexico: revisiting the leg-length hypothesis. American Journal of Human
Biology 25(5):659-65. PMID: 23907793.
6. Cristina Bernis, Carlos Varea, Paula Acevedo, Barry Bogin (2013) Labor management and
birth outcome among migrant and Spanish women in Madrid: does the variability reflect
differences in obstetric decisions according to ethnic origin? Maternal and Child Health Journal
17: 918-927. doi:10.1007/s10995-012-1079-7
7. Bogin B (2013) Secular changes in childhood, adolescent and adult stature.
Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop Series, 71: 115–126 (PMID: 23502145)
8. Wilson H, Dickinson F, Hoffman DJ, Griffiths P, Bogin B, Varela-Silva MI. (2012) Fat free
mass explains the relationship between stunting and energy expenditure in urban Mexican
Maya children. Annals of Human Biology, 39:432-439 (PMID: 23035655)
9. Bogin B, Baker J (2012) Low birth weight and relative leg-length are independent correlates
of prenatal and postnatal health environments: an allometric analysis of the NHANES III
sample. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148(4):487-94. (PMID: 22552747)
10. Varela-Silva MI, Dickinson F, Wilson H, Azcorra H, , Griffiths P, Bogin B (2012) The
nutritional dual-burden in developing countries. How is it assessed and what are the health
implications? Collegium Antropologicum, 36: 39–45.
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http://www.collantropol.hr/_doc/Coll.%20Antropol.%2036%20(2012)%201:%2039%E2%
80%9345.pdf
11. Hermanussen M, Lieberman LS, Janewa VS, Scheffler C, Ghosh A, Bogin B, Godina E,
Kaczmarek M, El-Shabrawi M, Salama EE, Rühli FJ, Staub K, Woitek U, Blaha P, Assmann
C, van Buuren S, Lehmann A, Satake T, Thodberg HH, Jopp E, Kirchengast S, Tutkuviene
J, McIntyre MH, Wittwer-Backofen U, Boldsen JL, Martin DD, Meier J. (2012) Diversity in
auxology: between theory and practice. Proceedings of the 18th Aschauer Soiree, 13th
November 2010. Anthropol Anz. 69(2):159-74
12. Banik SD, Azcorra H, Valentín G; Bogin B, Dickinson F (2011) Estimation of stature from
upper arm length in children aged 4.0 to 6.92 years in Merida, Yucatan. Indian Journal of
Pediatrics, 79(5):640–646. DOI: 10.1007/s12098-011-0580-0
13. Bogin B (2011) !Kung nutritional status and the original “affluent society” – a new analysis.
Anthropologischer Anzeiger: Journal of Biological & Clinical Anthropology, 68/4: 349–366.
14. Wilson HJ, Dickinson F, Griffiths PL, Azcorra H, Bogin B, Varela-Silva MI (2011) How
useful is BMI in predicting adiposity indicators in a sample of Maya children and women
with high levels of stunting and short stature? American Journal of Human Biology 23, 780-789.
15. Kaspar Staub, Frank J. Rühli, Barry Bogin, Ulrich Woitek, Christian Pfister (2011) Eduard
Mallet’s early and almost forgotten study of the average height of Genevan conscripts in
1835. Economics and Human Biology,9(4):438-42
16. Wilson H, Dickinson F, Griffiths P, Bogin B, Varela-Silva MI. (2011) Logistics of using the
Actiheart physical activity monitors in urban Mexico among 7- to 9-year old children.
American Journal of Human Biology, 23(3):426-8.
17. Bogin B, Thompson JL, Harper D, Merrell J, Chowdhury J, Meier P, Heinrich M, Garaj V.
(2011) Intergenerational and transnational correlates of health for Bangladeshi adult
daughters and their mothers: Project MINA. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 144,
Supplement 52: 93.
18. Goudet S, Selim N, Griffiths P, Bogin B, Rashid SF (2011) How do pregnant women and
community health workers perceive the root causes of malnutrition of infants and young
children in Dhaka slums, Bangladesh? American Journal of Public Health, 101(7):1225-33.
19. Goudet SM, Griffiths PL, Bogin BA, Selim N. (2011) Impact of flooding on Feeding
Practices of Infants and Young Children in Dhaka, Bangladesh Slums: What are the coping
strategies? Maternal & Child Nutrition, 2: 198-214. PMID: 21108740
20. Goudet S, Griffiths P, Bogin BA (2011) Mother's BMI as a predictor of infant and young
children's nutritional status in the post-emergency phase in flood. Disasters: The Journal of
Disaster Studies, Policy and Management, ;35(4): 701-19.
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21. Bogin B, Thompson JL, Merrell J, Meier P, Heinrich M, Garaj V. (2010) Migration, nutrition,
and ageing across the lifecourse in Bangladeshi families: A Transnational Perspective.
American Journal of Human Biology 22:248.
22. Barry Bogin and Maria Inês Varela-Silva (2010) Leg length, body proportion, and health: a
review with a note on beauty. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 7:
1047-1075; doi:10.3390/ijerph7031047
23. Barry Bogin and Maria Inês Varela-Silva (2010) Leg length, proportion, health and beauty: a
review. Anthropologischer Anzeiger 67: 439–459.
24. Varela-Silva MI, Azcorra H, Dickinson F, Bogin B, Frisancho AR (2009) Influence of
maternal stature, pregnancy age, and infant birth weight on growth during childhood in
Yucatan, Mexico. American Journal of Human Biology 21:657–663.
25. Bogin, B. (2009) Childhood, Adolescence, and Longevity: a Multi-level Model of the
Evolution of Reserve Capacity in Human Life History. American Journal of Human Biology
21:567-577.
26. C. Padez, M. I. Varela-Silva, B. Bogin, (2009) Height and relative leg length as indicators of
the quality of the environment among Mozambique Adolescents. American Journal of Human
Biology 21:200–209.
27. Hermanussen M, Tutkuviene J, Cesnys G, Lindeberg S, Kromeyer-Hauschild K, Stanley G,
Godina E, Bogin B, Varela-Silva MI, Finlayson G, Rühli F, Woitek U, Tresguerres JA,
Lieberman LS, Detel W. (2008) The role of taste and appetite regulation in the
understanding of overweight and obesity. Proceedings of the 16th Aschauer Soiree, 26th
April 2008. Georgian Med News. Jun;(159):34-9.
28. Bogin B, Varela-Silva MIO (2008) Fatness biases the use of estimated leg length as an
epidemiological marker for adults in the NHANES III sample. International Journal of
Epidemiology; 37:201–209. doi:10.1093/ije/dym254.
http://ije.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/dym254?ijkey=16UpJ9MJ7E6YjbO&keytype=ref
29. Bogin B, Varela-Silva MIO, Rios L.2007 Life history trade-offs in human growth:
adaptation or pathology? American Journal of Human Biology, Volume 19, Issue 5 (p 631-642).
PMID: 17636530
30. Varela-Silva MI,. Frisancho AR, Bogin B, Chatkoff D, Smith PK, Dickinson F, Winham D
2007 Behavioral, environmental, metabolic and intergenerational components of early life
undernutrition leading to later obesity in developing nations and in minority groups in the
USA. Collegium Antropologicum, 31 (1), 39-46.
31. Bogin B 2006. Commentary: proportion not the cause of beauty but of health? International
Journal of Epidemiology 35(6):1542-3.
32. Locke JL, Bogin B 2006. Language and life history: a new perspective on the evolution and
development of human language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29, pp. 259-325
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33. Smith PK, Bishai D, Bogin B 2005 Does Time Preference Influence BMI and Obesity
Prevalence? Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth. Economics and
Human Biology, 3, pp. 259-270
34. Rios L, Bogin B 2004 Implicaciones sociales de los estudios de crecimiento infantil en
Guatemala. Mayab 17: 115-125 (Revista de la Sociedad Española de Estudios Mayas,
Departamento de Historia de América II-Antropología de América, Facultad de Geografía e
Historia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
35. Bogin B. 2004 Postscript: Migration, Migrants, and Biological Anthropology. American
Journal of Human Biology, 16: 452.
36. Komlos J, Smith PK, Bogin B 2004 Obesity and the rate of time preference: is there a
connection? Journal of Biosocial Science, 36:209-219
37. Bogin B, Varela Silva MI 2003 Anthropometric variation and health: a biocultural model of
human growth. Journal of Children’s Health 1: 149-172
38. Bogin B, Rios L 2003 Rapid morphological change in living humans: implications for
modern human origins. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A, 136: 71-84
39. Bogin B, Smith PK, Varela Silva M I 2003 Economic and anthropological assessments of
the health of children in Maya families in the United States. Economics and Human Biology, 1-2:
145 - 160
40. Bogin B, Smith PK, Orden AB, Varela Silva MI, Loucky J 2002 Rapid change in height and
body proportions of Maya American children. American Journal of Human Biology 14: 753-761.
41. Smith, P.K., Bogin, B., Varela Silva, M.I., Orden, A.B., and Loucky, J. 2002 Does
immigration help or harm children’s health? The Mayan case. Social Science Quarterly 83: 9941002.
42. Bogin, B, Kapell, M 2002 Worldwide variation in human body proportions: an analysis of
some biosocial determinants of the sitting height ratio. Humanbiologia Budapestinensis 27: 1726.
43. Bogin, B 2001 Human adolescence: life history, evolution, and health. Zdravstveno Varstvo
40 (Supplement): 9-24. Proceedings of the Third Congress of the Slovenian Association of
School and University Medicine.
44. Bogin, B, Loucky J. 1998 (published in 2000) Plasticidad y crecimiento físico de niños mayas
guatemaltecos en los estados unidos. Salud Problema (nueva epoca) 3 (5): 83-99.
45. Bogin B 1999 Evolutionary perspectives on human growth. Annual Reviews of
Anthropology,28: 109-153.
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46. Bogin B and Keep R 1999 Eight thousand years of economic and political history in Latin
America revealed by anthropometry. Annals of Human Biology, 26: 333-351.
47. Bogin B 1998 Milk and human development: an essay on the "milk hypothesis."
Antropologia Portuguesa, 15:23-36.
48. Bogin B 1998 From caveman cuisine to fast food: the evolution of human nutrition. Growth
Hormone & IGF Research, 8: 79-86.
49. Cameron N, Bogin B, de Wet T., Ellison GT). 1998 Growth in height and weight of South
African urban infants from birth to five years: the Birth to Ten study. American Journal of
Human Biology, 10: 495-504.
50. Bogin, B 1998 The tall and the short of it. An invited Commentary for Discover, February,
pp. 40-44.
51. Bogin, B 1997 Evolutionary hypotheses for human childhood. Yearbook of Physical
Anthropology,40: 63-89.
52. Bogin, B, Loucky J. 1997 Political economy and physical growth of Guatemala Maya
children living in the United States. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 102: 17-32.
53. Bogin, B, Smith BH 1996. Evolution of the human life cycle. American Journal of Human
Biology, 8: 703-716.
54. Bogin, B 1995 Human growth: A practitioner's guide. Practicing Anthropology, 17: 25-28.
55. Bogin, B 1994 Adolescence in evolutionary perspective. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavia.
Suppl.406: 29-35.
56. Bogin, B 1993 Why must I be a teenager at all. New Scientist, 137 (March 6): 34-38.
57. Bogin, B 1992 Anthropological perspective on the evolution of human learning. In:
Desenvolvimento E Adaptaco Motora (Development and Motor Adaptation), a special issue of
Ludens, 12: 17-24.
58. Bogin, B, M. Wall and R.B. MacVean 1992 Longitudinal analysis of adolescent growth of
ladino and Mayan school children in Guatemala: effects of environment and sex. American
Journal of Physical Anthropology, 89:47-457.
59. Bogin, B 1991 Measurement of growth variability and environmental quality in Guatemalan
children. Annals of Human Biology, 18: 285-294.
60. Bogin, B 1990 Longitudinal growth of high SES Guatemalan children analyzed by the
Preece-Baines function: an international comparison. American Journal of Human Biology 2:271281.
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61. Bogin, B 1990. The evolution of human childhood. Bioscience: 40:16-25.
Reprinted in Contemporary Readings in General Biology, 3rd edition, edited by John W. Crane,
Wadsworth (1991) pp. 37-46.
Reprinted in Worlds of Childhood Reader, edited by Robert H. Wozniak, New York:Harper
Collins(1993) pp.58-74.
62. Bogin, B, T. Sullivan, R. Hauspie, and R.B. MacVean 1989. Longitudinal growth in height,
weight, and bone age of Guatemalan Ladino and Mayan school children. American Journal of
Human Biology, 1: 103 - 113.
63. Bogin, B, R. B. MacVean.1987. Growth status, age and grade as predictors of school
continuation for Guatemalan Indian children. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 73: 507
– 513.
64. Bogin, B 1986
Auxology and anthropology. Reviews in Anthropology, 13: 7 - 13.
65. A.V.N. Sarma and B. Bogin 1986. Effects of Climatic Change Upon Pacific Coastal
(Ecuador) Archaeological Occupations. Museum of Anthropology Miscellaneous Series,
No. 66. Greely, Colorado: University of Northern Colorado.
66. Bogin, B 1986 Socioeconomic status, sex, age and ethnicity as determinants of body fat
distribution in Guatemalan children. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 69: 527-535
(with T. Sullivan).
67. Bogin, B 1985 The extinction of Homo sapiens. Prepared by invitation for a special edition
of the Michigan Quarterly Review, "Science and the Human Image" 24:329-344.
Reprinted in Anthropology: Contemporary Perspectives, P. Whitten and D. Hunter (eds.), Little,
Brown, 1989 (6th edition), 1993 (7th edition).
Reprinted in Applying Anthropology, 2nd edition, A. Podolefsky and P.J. Brown (eds), Mayfield
Pub. Co., 1992.
68. F. E. Johnston, B. Bogin, B. C. Newman, and R. B. MacVean 1984 A comparison of
international standards versus local reference data for the triceps and subscapular skinfolds
of Guatemalan children and youth. Human Biology 56: 157-171.
69. Bogin, B, R. B. MacVean 1984. Growth status of non-agrarian, semi-urban living Indians in
Guatemala. Human Biology 56: 527-538).
70. Bogin, B, R. B. MacVean 1983. The relationship of socioeconomic status and sex to body
size, skeletal maturation and cognitive status of Guatemala City children. Child Development,
54:115-128.
71. Bogin, B 1982 Climate change and human behavior on the southwest coast of Ecuador.
Central Issues in Anthropology 4: 21-31.
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72. Bogin, B 1982 Ethnic and secular influences on the size of seven year old children living in
Guatemala. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 59: 393-398 (with R. B. MacVean).
73. Bogin, B 1981 Nutritional and biological determinants of body fat patterning in urban
Guatemalan children. Human Biology 53: 259-268 (with R. B. MacVean).
74. Bogin, B 1981 Body composition and nutritional status of urban Guatemalan children of
high and low socio-economic status. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 55: 543-551 (with
R.B. MacVean).
75. Bogin, B 1981 Bio-social effects of urban migration on the development of families and
children in Guatemala. American Journal of Public Health 71: 1373-1377 (with R.B.MacVean).
76. Bogin, B 1980 Catastrophe theory model for the regulation of human growth. Human
Biology 52: 215-227.
77. Bogin, B 1979 Monthly changes in the gain and loss of growth in weight of children living
in Guatemala. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 51: 287-291.
78. Bogin, B 1978 Growth in height and weight of urban Guatemalan primary school children
of low and high socioeconomic class. Human Biology 50:477-487 (with R.B. MacVean).
79. Bogin, B l978 Seasonal pattern in the rate of growth in height of children living in
Guatemala. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 49: 205-210.
Electronic/Internet publications
1.
Contributing Author, Museum of Comparative Anthropogeny, Center for Academic
Research and Training in Anthropogeny (CARTA)
a. Adolescence http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/adolescence
b. Adolescent Growth Spurt http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/adolescent-growthspurt
c. Adrenarche http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/adrenarche
d. Childhood http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/childhood
e. Duration of Lactation http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/duration-lactation
f. Juvenile http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/juvenile
g. Neoteny http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/neoteny-biological
h. Puberty http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/puberty
i. Rate of CNS Development http://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/rate-cnsdevelopment
2.
Domain Leader in "Development,” Museum of Comparative Anthropogeny, Center for
Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny
(CARTA) http://carta.anthropogeny.org/
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3.
Domain Editor in “Cognition, Culture, General Life History, Nutrition, Social
Organization,” Museum of Comparative Anthropogeny, Center for Academic Research and
Training in Anthropogeny (CARTA) http://carta.anthropogeny.org/
Book Chapters
1. Bogin, Barry, Bragg, Jared, Kuzawa, Christopher (under review) Childhood, biocultural
reproduction, and human lifetime reproductive effort. In: Multiple Perspectives on the
Evolution of Childhood, edited by Alyssa Crittenden and Courtney Meehan. School of
American Research Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico, pp. .
2. Bogin, B 2013 Anthropometry. In: Encyclopedia of Race and Racism. 2nd edition. 4 vols. Editor:
Patrick L. Mason. Macmillan Reference USA, Gale/Cengage Learning: Detroit, MI.
http://www.gale.cengage.com/servlet/ItemDetailServlet?region=9&imprint=000&cf=e&tit
leCode=M357E&type=4&id=259888
3. Several entries In: Hermanussen, Michael, ed. (2013) Studying Human Growth and
Development. Schweizerbart Science Publishers, Stuttgart.
http://www.schweizerbart.de/publications/detail/isbn/9783510652785
a. Bogin, Barry: A Short Introduction to Growth. p.2-3.
b. Bogin, Barry: Comparative Biology and Human Life History. p.38-39.
c. Bogin B, Varela-Silva MI: Body Proportions in Relation to Health. p.112-113
d. Bogin B, Hermanussen M: Migrants. p. 116-117.
4. Bogin, B (2013) Childhood, Adolescence, and Longevity: A Chapter On Human
Evolutionary Life History. In:. Hewlett. Bonnie L, editor, Adolescent Identity. Evolutionary,
Cultural and Developmental Perspectives. Routledge: New York, pp. 23-39.
5. Bogin B (2012) The Maya in Disneyland: Child Growth as a Marker of Nutritional,
Economic, and Political Ecology. In Darna L. Dufour, Alan H. Goodman and Gretel H.
Pelto, editors. Nutritional Anthropology: Biocultural Perspectives on Food and Nutrition, Second
Edition, Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 231-244.
6. Bogin B (2012) !Kung Nutritional Status and the Original "Affluent Society"-- A New
Analysis. In Darna L. Dufour, Alan H. Goodman and Gretel H. Pelto, editors. Nutritional
Anthropology: Biocultural Perspectives on Food and Nutrition, Second Edition, Oxford University
Press: Oxford, pp. 245-255.
7. Norgan N, Bogin B, Cameron N. (2012) Nutrition and growth. In Noel Cameron, Barry
Bogin, editors. Human Growth and Development, 2nd edition. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 123-152.
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8. Bogin B (2012) The evolution of human growth. In Noel Cameron, Barry Bogin, editors.
Human Growth and Development, 2nd edition. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 287-324.
9. Bogin B (2012) Leg length, body proportion, health and beauty. In Noel Cameron, Barry
Bogin, editors. Human Growth and Development, 2nd edition. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 343-373.
10. Sara Stinson, Barry Bogin, Dennis O’Rourke, and Rebecca Huss-Ashmore (2012) Human
Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspective. In Sara Stinson, Barry Bogin, Dennis
O’Rourke, editors, Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspective, 2nd Edition. New
York: Wiley, pp. 3-22.
11. Barry Bogin and B. Holly Smith (2012) Evolution of the Human Life Cycle. In Sara Stinson,
Barry Bogin, Dennis O’Rourke, editors, Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural
Perspective, 2nd Edition. New York: Wiley, pp. 515-586.
12. Peter T. Ellison, Barry Bogin, and Mary O’Rourke (2012) Demography, Part 2: Population
Growth and Fertility Regulation. In Sara Stinson, Barry Bogin, Dennis O’Rourke, editors,
Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspective, 2nd Edition. New York: Wiley, pp.
757-803.
13. Varela-Silva MI & Bogin B (2012). Leg length and anthropometric applications: Effects on
health and disease. Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and
Disease, Edited by Victor R. Preedy. Springer: New York, pp. 769-784. DOI: 10.1007/978-14419-1788-1-43.
14. Bogin B. Puberty and Adolescence: An Evolutionary Perspective. In: B. Bradford Brown
and Mitchell J. Prinstein, editors. Encyclopedia of Adolescence, Vol. 1. San Diego: Academic
Press; 2011. pp. 275-286.
15. Bates CJ, Nelson M, Bogin B (2011) Nutritional assessment methods. In: Human Nutrition
with CD-ROM, 2nd edition, edited by Catherine Geissler and Hilary Powers. Elsevier., pp.
607-632.
16. Crews DE, Bogin B (2010) Growth, Development, Senescence, and Aging: A Life History
Perspective. In: A Companion to Biological Anthropology, edited by Clark Larsen, WileyBlackwell, pp. 124-152.
17. Rios L, Bogin B (2010) An anthropometric perspective on Guatemalan ancient and modern
history. In: Living standards in Latin American history: height, welfare, and development,
1750 - 2000. Edited by Ricardo D. Salvatore, John H. Coatsworth, Amílcar E. Challú.
Harvard University David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies: Cambridge,
Massachusetts.
18. Bogin B (2010). Evolution of Human Growth. In: Human Evolutionary Biology, Edited by
Michael Muehlenbein, Cambridge University Press, pp.379-395.
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19. Bogin B 2009 Evolution of Childhood, Biological In: The Child: An Encyclopaedic Companion.
Edited by Richard A Shweder, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 327-329.
http://www.press.uchicago.edu/books/TheChild/index.html
20. Bogin. B 2008 Anthropometry. In: Encyclopedia of Race and Racism. Ed. John Hartwell Moore.
Vol. 1. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. pp. 97-100.
http://www.gale.cengage.com/servlet/ItemDetailServlet?region=9&imprint=000&cf=e&tit
leCode=&type=4&id=233224
21. *2007 The relationship of sitting height ratio to body mass index and fatness in the United
States, 1988-1994. In: Human Body Composition. S.P. Singh and R. Gaur (eds), Human Ecology
Special Issue No. 15, pp. 1-8. Kamal-Raj: Delhi, India (with Nada Beydoun).
22. *2006 Modern human life history: the evolution of human childhood and adult fertility. In:
The Evolution of Human Life History. K. Hawkes and R. Paine (eds.) pp. 197-230 School of
American Research Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
23. *2006 Childhood begets children: Human reproductive success in life history perspective. In:
Human Evolution: Facts and Factors. É.B. Bodzsár and C. Susanne (eds.) pp. 87-98 Biennial
Books of the European Anthropological Association, vol. 4, Eötvös University Press,
Budapest.
24. *2006 Human Biological Variation. In: [email protected],
http://www.accessscience.com, DOI 10.1036/1097-8542.757576, last modified: June 14,
2006.
http://www.accessscience.com/abstract.aspx?id=757576&referURL=http%3a%2f%2fwww
.accessscience.com%2fcontent.aspx%3fid%3d757576
25. *2006 The evolution of human brain and body growth patterns. In: Evolution of Nervous
Systems, J. H. Kaas (ed.). Vol. 4, pp. 337-346. Academic Press : Oxford
26. 2006 Prospects for Welfare Alleviation in an Obesogenic Environment. In: Trends in Poverty
and Welfare Alleviation Issues, Marie V. Lane (ed). Nova Scientific: Hauppauge, NY. Pp. 1-31
(with Smith, PK, Varela Silva, MI, Gossiaux, B.)
27. *2006 Biological Responses. In: Contemporary Encyclopedia of American Immigration. J. Loucky, J.
Armstrong, LJ Estrada (eds.). pp. 36-39 Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT.
28. *2006 Growth and Development. In: Contemporary Encyclopedia of American Immigration. J.
Loucky, J. Armstrong, LJ Estrada (eds.). pp. 159-162. Greenwood Publishing Group,
Westport, CT.
29. *2004 Child growth. In: Encyclopedia of Medical Anthropology. C. Ember and M. Ember (eds).
Kluwer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 235-244.
30. *2003 Methods of paleonutrition. In: Encyclopedia of Food and Culture, S. Katz (ed), Vol. 3, pp.
35-38 Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York.
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31. *2003 The human pattern of growth and development in paleontological perspective. In:
Patterns of Growth and Development in the Genus Homo. JL Thompson, G Krovitz, A Nelson
(eds.), pp. 15-44, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
32. *2003 Anthropometric data. In: Encyclopedia of Population, P. Demeny and G. McNicoll (eds),
pp. 60-63, Macmillian Reference, USA: New York.
33. *2002 Childhood, play and growth. In: Human Growth from Conception to Maturity, G Gilli, L
Schell and L Benzo, (eds) pp. 35-50. Smith-Gordon: London.
34. *2002 The evolution of human growth. In: Human Growth and Development, N. Cameron
(ed), pp. 295-320. Academic Press: San Diego California
35. *2001 How genetic are human body proportions? In: Perspectives in Human Growth,
Development and Maturation, P Dasgupta and R Hauspie (eds), pp. 205-221. Kluwer Academic
Publishers: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. (with Kapell, M, Varela Silva, MI, Orden, AB,
Smith PK, Loucky, J.).
36. *2000 Evolution of the human life cycle. In: Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural
Approach. S. Stinson, B. Bogin, R. Huss-Ashmore, D. Orourke (eds.), New York: Wiley, pp.
377-424 (by Bogin, B. and Smith B.H.).
37. *1998 Eight Thousand Years of Human Growth in Latin America: Economic and Political
History Revealed by Anthropometry. In: The Biological Standard of Living Comparative Perspective.
J. Komlos and J. Baten (eds.) Munich: Franz Steiner, pp 268-293 (with Keep R.).
38. *1998 Six entries for the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Growth and Development, edited by S
Ulijaszek, FE Johnston and MA Preece. The titles of my entries, page numbers and a brief
description are:
a. "Patterns of human growth: Overview and commentary," pp. 91-95 This is a 2500
word entry that introduces a major section of the encyclopedia.
b. "Human growth from an evolutionary perspective," 104-105. This is a 1000 word
major entry.
c. "Growth cycles and pulses," pp. 220-221. This is a 1000 word major entry.
d. "Social and economic class," pp. 399-400. This is a 1000 word major entry.
e. "The mid-childhood growth spurt," p. 226. This is a 500 minor entry.
f. "Growth of Guatemalan migrants in the United States of America," pp. 404-405.
This is a 500 minor entry.
39. *1998 Evolutionary and biological aspects of childhood. In: Biosocial Perspectives on Children,
edited by C. Panter-Brick. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 10-44.
40. *1998 The evolution of human nutrition. In: The Anthropology of Medicine, 3rd edition, eds.
L. Romanucci-Ross, D. Moerman, and L.R. Tancredi. South Hadley, Mass.: Bergen and
Garvey, pp. 96-142. This is a revised and expanded version of the chapter I have in the 2nd.
edition of this book.
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41. *1997 Evolution of childhood and contemporary sociopolitical challenges. In :Child
Development in a Changing World. Zagreb, Croatia: Croatian Anthropological Society (edited by
D.F. Roberts, P. Rudan & T. Skaric-Juric)pp. 225-250.
42. *1997 Growth studies. In: History of Anthropology: An Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Press
(edited by F. Spencer) pp. 461-466.
43. *1996 Preface, to the edited book The Family as an Environment for Human Development.
Delhi, India: Kamal Raj (edited by N. Wolanski and B. Bogin), pp. 5-11.
44. *1996 Childhood in evolutionary and biocultural perspective. In: Long Term Consequences of
Early Environment. Cambridge University Press (edited by C.J.K. Heney and S.J. Ulijaszek), pp
7-24.
45. *1996 Human learning, evolution of and anthropological perspectives. In: International
Encyclopedia of Developmental and Instructional Psychology, edited by E. de Corte and F.E. Weinert.
Amsterdam: Pergamon, pp. 334-338.
46. *1995 Plasticity in the growth of Mayan refugee children living the United States. In:
Human Variability and Plasticity. Cambridge University Press (edited by C.G.N. Mascie-Taylor
and B. Bogin), pp. 46-74.
47. *1994 Growth and development: Recent evolutionary and biocultural research. In:
Biological Anthropology: The State of the Science. N.T. Boaz and L.D. Wolfe (eds.). Bend, Oregon:
International Institute for Human Evolutionary Research, pp. 1-22. Reprinted in the 1997
edition of this book.
48. *1994
Anthropological perspective on evolution of human learning. In: The International
Encyclopedia of Education, Second Edition, edited by T. Husen and T. N. Postlewaite. Oxford:
Pergamon Press, pp. 2681-2685.
49. *1993 Ethnic studies: Methods for research. In: Anthropological Approaches to Biological
Problems: Planning and Executing Field and Survey Studies, edited by G.W. Lasker and C.G.N.
Mascie-Taylor. Cambridge University Press, pp. 33-61.
50. *1991 The evolution of human nutrition. In: The Anthropology of Medicine, 2nd edition, eds.
L. Romanucci-Ross, D. Moerman, and L.R. Tancredi. South Hadley, Mass.: Bergen and
Garvey. pp. 158-195.
51. *l988 Rural-to-Urban Migration. In: Biological Aspects of Human Migration. C.G.N. MascieTaylor and G.W.Lasker (eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 90 -129.
Films and Videos
1991
"How Scientists Know About Human Evolution." Produced by The National Center for
Science Education, Berkeley, CA. (with J, Cole and E. Scott).
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Other Publications – Magazine articles, Letters, Book Reviews, etc.
1. 2010 Bogin B Book review - Life Histories of the Dobe !Kung: Food, Fatness, and Well-Being Over
the Lifespan. By Nancy Howell. American Journal of Human Biology, 22: 854-856.
2. 2004 Bogin B Book review – Human Growth: Assessment and Interpretation. American Journal of
Human Biology, 16: 97-105.
3. 2003 Varela-Silva MI, Bogin B. Stature as a measure of socioeconomic inequalities and poor
living conditions among Portuguese, Cape Verdean-Portuguese and Cape Verdean children:
1993-2002. Invited lecture, presented at the conference Lusophone Africa: Intersection
between the Social Sciences. Cornell University, May 2-3. Available at
<http://www.kyle.aem.cornell.edu/lusopaps/Varela-Silva_&_Bogin.pdf>
4. *2002 (published in 2004) Gabriel Ward Lasker – Obituary. Anales de Anthropolgia (Mexico),
36: 285-289.
5. *2003 Gabriel Ward Lasker – Obituary American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 121: 195197.
6. *2003 Gabriel Ward Lasker – Obituary Anthropology News, 44 (January): 26.
7. *2002
Maya-American children: a biocultural view. Migration World Magazine 30(3): 29-30.
8. *2001
A biocultural view of our growth. Anthropology News 42 (Dec.): 14.
9. *2001 Review of Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We’re Afraid to Talk
About It. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 114 (2): 172-174.
10. *1991 Review of A Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Growth, J. Buckler. IN: American Journal
of Human Biology, 3: 690-691.
11. 1991 Review of Capacity for Work in the Tropics, K.J. Collins and D.F. Roberts (eds.), IN:
Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 4: 217-219.
12. 1990 Review of Sociobiological Perspectives on Human Development. K.R. MacDonald (ed.),
Springer-Verlag, NY. IN:American Journal of Human Biology 2: 94-95.
13. 1988 Review of Host Factors in Disease. Age, Sex, Racial and Ethnic Group and Body
Build by Anthony P. Polednak, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield. IN: American Journal of
Physical Anthropology, 77: 137 - 138.
14. 1985 Review of Nonhuman Primate Models for Human Growth and Development. E.S.
Watts(ed.) Alan R. Liss, NY. IN: Human Biology 57: 747 - 750.
15. 1983 Review of "Serial Changes in Subcutaneous Fat Thicknesses of Children and Adults"
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by A.F. Roche et al. Karger: Basel, Switzerland. IN: American Journal of Physical Anthropology
61: 270-271.
16. 1980 Further observations on birthweight and natural selection. Annals of Human Biology
7:182-183.
Papers
1988
How to speak and how to listen for success. Manuscript, Culture Shock Research, Inc.,
Southfield, Michigan.
1986
Using the lecture to help students think creatively. Published by the Community College
Adjunct Faculty Development Project. School of Education, University of MichiganDearborn.
1980
Evaluation of Neighborhood Family Resource Center Program. Manuscript, Center for
Urban Studies, Wayne State University.
1980
Bio-social consequences of malnutrition in children. Manuscript, Council on Early
Childhood, Center for Urban Studies, Wayne State University, Detroit.
GRANTS, CONTRACTS AND AWARDS
2012
Sponsor: Alzheimer’s Association (USA), Title: “CHILDHOOD IQ, RESERVE
CAPACITY AND SES IN RELATION TO LATER LIFE DEMENTIA.” PI: B. Bogin,
Value £150,000. Not funded
2011
Santander Travel Award, Merida, Mexico £1400.
2010
Sponsor: Medical Research Council, UK, Life Long Health & Wellbeing Programme. Title:
“RESERVE CAPACITY, RESILIENCE, LIFE HISTORY BIOLOGY, AND HUMAN
SENESCENCE.” PI: B. Bogin and E. Hogervorst, Value: £1,119,104 (with full economic
costs). Not funded.
2010
Sponsor: Wenner-Gren Foundation, Title: “NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND HEALTH
OUTCOMES IN A DUAL-BURDEN POPULATION OF MAYA IN YUCATAN.”
PI: Dr Maria Ines Varela-Silva, Co-Investigator: Professor Barry Bogin, Value: $31,890 (US)
= £19,128 (at an exchange rate of 1.00 GBP = 1.66715 USD). Funded.
2008-2011 Economics & Social Research Council, New Dynamics of Nutrition for Older People/
New Directions of Aging Programme. “MIGRATION, NUTRITION, AND AGEING
ACROSS THE LIFECOURSE IN BANGLADESHI FAMILIES: A TRANSNATIONAL
PERSPECTIVE. A multidisciplinary project. PI: Prof. Janice L. Thompson (Bristol). COPIs: Prof. Joy Merrell (Swansea), Prof. Barry Bogin (Loughborough), Prof. Michael Heirich
(Pharmacy, London), Dr. Vanja Garaj (Brunel), Dr. Petra Meier (Sheffield): £530,000.
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2007 Royal Society Short-term Outgoing Fellowship. Research visit to Yucatan, Mexico to
prepare for fieldwork in conjunction with Mexican colleagues to study “Metabolic and
intergenerational aspects of early undernutrition and later obesity.” £2,395
2007
Small travel grant, Loughborough University. A supplement to the Royal Society award
(above) for research in Mexico. £1197.50
2001
Burroughs Wellcome Fund Visiting Professorship application. This proposal nominates Dr.
Ralph Garruto for the Visiting Professorship at UM-Dearborn for Biology and
Anthropology students. The proposal was prepared with Profs. Linda Fisher and Marilee
Benore-Parsons. Amount $5,000
1999
Poverty, Growth and Health of Maya Immigrant Children Living in the U.S. Children in
Poverty Research Fund, Center for Human Growth and Development, Univ. of Michigan,
Amount $7,850
1998
Body proportions of Maya children: an indicator of environmental stress and health.
Morbach Research Fund Award. Amount $5,300
1995
Social and economic determinants of body shape of Maya children. Morbach Research
Fund Award. Amount $2,000
1992
Growth and nutritional status of Mayan refugee children. Morbach Research Fund Award.
Amount: $3000
1991
Human growth and development in and Historical perspective"(with Prof. G. Moran).
Morbach Research Fund Award. Amount: $1200
1990
Mother's occupation and child status in a Guatemalan Indian village. Morbach Research
Fund Award and the Campus Grants, University of Michigan-Dearborn. Amount: $2200
1988
Bio-social correlates of school of Guatemalan Indian children. Funded by the Rackham
School of Studies, University of Michigan. Amount: $2775
1987
Patterns of Human Growth. Funded by American Philosophical Society for travel and
research. Amount: $2250
1987
Bio-social Correlates of Child Growth: Guatemalan Indians. Funded by the Morbach
Research Fund. Amount: $1220.00.
1987
Bio-social Correlates of Child Development: Guatemalan Indians. Funded by Campus
Grants Committee, University of Michigan-Dearborn. Amount: $1220.00.
1986
Research Leave Award, Fall semester, to manuscript for the book, Patterns of Human Growth.
Amount:$6,250.
1986
Reaching higher levels of teaching and learning. Contract with School of Education,
University of Michigan, to write seminar materials and present five seminars to community
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college instructors. Amount: $900.
Barry Bogin, Ph.D.
1985
Selected for one of 14 "Junior Investigator Awards" to attend the IVth International
Congress of Auxology. Held in Montreal, June 16-20. Amount: $750
1985
Faculty Research Grant for the purchase of fossil casts and skeletal materials for teaching.
Amount: $600.
1984
Development of an International Research Partnership with the Universidad del Valle.
Faculty Grant Award, Rackham School of Graduate Studies, University of Michigan.
Amount:$2,650.
1982
Selected as one of fifty international participants for the NATO Advanced Study
Workshop, "Genetic and Environmental Controls of Child Growth. Held in Brussels,
Belgium, August 22 and 23. Amount: $1,100
1982
Research Development Award, Wayne State University. Funding for travel to London to
meet Dr. J.M. Tanner and discuss cooperative research. Amount: $1,400.
1981
Grant-in-aid from the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research to support
the 1981 meetings of the Human Biology Council. Amount: $5,000.
1980-1982
Urban Pre-School Environment and its Relation to Cognitive Deficits in Early
School. Funded by the International Development Research Center (Ottawa). Amount:
$139,000.
1980
Ethnographic evaluation of Neighborhood Family Resource Center Program. Contracted
by the Center for Urban Studies, Wayne State University, for 1/3 time during winter quarter.
1980
Faculty Research Award, Wayne State University. Funding for proposal "Bio-social
Correlates of Urban Migration Among Children of Low Socioeconomic Status." Amount:
$4,180.
1980
Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar in Early Childhood: Directions in Research, Policy and
Practice. Education Development Grant, Wayne State University. Amount: $3,000.
1979
Selected as one of twenty U.S. participants in the NATO Advanced Study, "Human Physical
Growth and Maturation: Methodologies and Factors.” Urbino, Italy, May 28 to June 11.
Amount: $550.
ACADEMIC CONSULTING AND MEDIA RELATIONS
2009 Interviewed for “Discovery” science programme on the BBC World Service. Andrew LuckBaker goes in search of the Origins of the human childhood.
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http://search.bbc.co.uk/search?go=toolbar&uri=%2Fworldservice%2Fscience%2F2009%2
F03%2F000000_discovery.shtml&q=Origins+of+the+human+childhood
2005 CBC Radio. Interview for the show, "Quirks & Quarks" on the evolution of human
adolescence. http://radio.cbc.ca/programs/quirks/media/2004-2005/mp3/qq-2005-03-19.mp3
2005 Newscientist magazine interview for story on the evolution of adolescence, “Teenagers
special: The original rebels” by Lynn Dicks http://www.newscientist.com/channel/beinghuman/mg18524891.100
2005 Newscientist magazine interview for story on human infant feeding “Taste for meat made
humans early weaners” by Anna Gosline. http://www.newscientist.com/channel/beinghuman/dn6921
2004 Interviewed and featured in the New Yorker Magazine story titled “The Height Gap.”
http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/?040405fa_fact
2002 Newscientist magazine interview for story on human childhood, “Mother's little helpers” by
Merideth Small. http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=mg17623725.300
2000
BBC Radio. Radio interview for Radio 4 Programme Frontiers – new brain research and
adolescence.
1996-1998
1996
Holt, Rinehart, Winston, Inc., chapter author for high school biology textbooks.
Textile/Clothing Technology Corporation, review and recommendation of methodologies
for Critical Measurement Extraction Project.
1992-2005 Holt, Rinehart, Winston, Inc., content review of textbooks, especially high school
biology books.
1990
U. S. Agency for International Development (Guatemala) and DataPro, S.A. Contracted to
research and write a report entitled, "The effects of Primary education of Guatemalan Girls
on social and economic development."
1989-1990 Guatemalan field school trainer for the Department of Anthropology, S.U.N.Y at
Buffalo.
1988-present National Center for Science Education. Project consultant for "High school
program on human evolution."
1988
Seasons of Life. An Annenberg/CPB project, Dr. J. Kotre, Director. Content consultant
and radio interview guest on human development.
1988-1989
D. C. Heath, publisher. Content review of textbooks.
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1987-present
Prentis-Hall, publisher. Content review of textbooks.
1976-present
Research consultant to the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Guatemala City.
FIELD RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
2007-present Metabolic and intergenerational aspects of early undernutrition and later obesity.
Yucatan, Mexico. Field research dates: July 2007, March-April 2010.
1992-present Growth and Nutritional status of Mayan refugee children in the United States. Field
research dates: February, 1992 at Indiantown, Florida; December, 1992 at Los Angeles,
California; December 1999, Los Angeles, and March 2000, Indiantown, December 2008 &
2009.
1996
Birth to Ten Study, organization and analysis of data of the growth and development of
infants and children born in Johannesburg and Soweto, South Africa.
1989-1997 Cultural determinants of biological adaptation in highland Maya Guatemala. Field
research dates: August, 1989, August 1990.
1987
Ethnography of the Guatemalan Indian school-aged child. Field dates: August, 1987.
1984
Research design/proposal preparation for a new study of the bio-social correlates of ruralto-urban migration in Guatemala. Field dates: July-August, l984.
1980-1984 Organization of research design, data collection and data analysis for a study of the
urban pre-school environment and its relation to cognitive deficits in early school. Research
is being carried out in Guatemala City. Field Dates: July-August 1980; January 1981; August
1981, July 1982.
1980-1981
Bio-social correlates of urban migration in Guatemala. Field Dates: July-August 1980.
1979-1980 Ethnographic evaluation of the Neighborhood Family Resource Center Program,
Center for Urban Studies, Wayne State University. Field Dates: September to December
1979.
1974-present Organization and analysis of data from the Longitudinal Study of Child and
Adolescent Development. Conducted by the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala. Field
dates: September 1974 to October 1976; January 1977; May 1977; July to August 1980;
August 1981; July 1985; August 1987; October-November, 1988; August, 1989, August
1990, July-August, 1997.
1974-1977 Investigation of seasonal patterns in the physical development of Guatemalan children.
Field dates: September 1974 to October 1976.
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1971-1972 Field and laboratory research of the paleoanthropology and ethnography of
Southwestern Ecuador. Field Dates: June-August 1971.
1969-1970
Laboratory research assistant, Developmental Biology Laboratory, Temple University.
PRESENTATIONS
A list of invited and contributed presentations is available from Dr. Bogin by request.
2012 Impact of Globalization on Children's Nutrition. Presented at: CARTA
Symposium,The Evolution of Human Nutrition, 07 December 2012.
http://carta.anthropogeny.org/events/sessions/impact-agriculture-children-and-adults
2011 Secular Changes in Childhood, Adolescent and Adult Stature. Presented at: 71th Nestlé
Nutrition Institute Workshop, Vienna, 23-26 October 2011 http://www.nestlenutritioninstitute.org/Resources/Online-Conferences/Pages/11_NNIW71_VIENNAbogin.aspx
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2011-present Appointed Associate Editor of the journal Economics and Human Biology.
2010-present Invited member of the Scientific Committee of the Facultade de Motricidade Humana
(School of Human Movement Sciences), Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal.
2007-present Corresponding Member, UCSD/Salk Center for Academic Research and Training in
Anthropogeny (CARTA)
2007-2009 Elected to the Executive Committee of the Society for the Study of Human Biology.
2002-present Appointed to the editorial board of the American Journal of Human Biology
2002-present Appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Human Ecology
1998-2003
1997-present
Appointed to the editorial board of the journal Homo.
Appointed to the editorial board of the journal Annals of Human Biology.
1995-1999 Volunteer editor of the textbook Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Approach.
S. Stinson, B. Bogin, R. Huss-Ashmore, D. O'Rourke (eds.), New York: Wiley-Liss. This is
an educational project of the Human Biology Association (published in 2000).
1995-present
referee of grant proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation.
1991-1995
Election to the Executive Committee of the Human Biology Council.
1989-1993
Appointment as Associate Editor for human growth for the American Journal of Physical
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Anthropology.
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1988-1989 Appointment as Acting Editor and Associate Editor of the American Journal of Human
Biology.
1987-1991
Member of the Publications Committee, Human Biology Council.
1986-1987
Chairman of the Nominations Committee, Human Biology Council.
1985-1986
Member of the Nominations Committee, Human Biology Council.
1982
Appointment to review board for papers for the 1983 meetings of the Society for Research
in Child Development.
1981
Organized and arranged symposium, "The Sociobiology of Human Behavior", for the
annual Michigan Academy of Arts, Science and Letters, March 21, Ann Arbor.
1981
Member of organizing committee for the annual Human Biology Council meetings, April
22, Detroit.
1981
Co-chairman of local arrangements committee for the 50th annual meeting of the American
Association of Physical Anthropology, April 23-25, Detroit.
1981-1988
1981
Promotion to Associate Editor of the journal Human Biology.
Referee for manuscripts submitted to the journal Child Development.
1980-present Referee for abstracts of contributed papers for the annual meetings of the American
Association of Physical Anthropologists.
1980-present
1979-1981
Referee for manuscripts submitted to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Appointed Assistant Editor of the journal Human Biology.
University and Departmental Service
Loughborough University
2013-present Member of the Equality and Diversity Committee, School of Sport, Exercise, and
Health Sciences
2009-present Academic Director of Publicity and Marketing, School of Sport, Exercise, and Health
Sciences
2008-2009 Organizer, Department of Human Sciences Seminar Series
2008-2009 Director of Admissions, Department of Human Sciences
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Curriculum Vitae
Barry Bogin, Ph.D.
A list of service at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and at Wayne State University is available
upon request.
Community and Civic Service
2009 Presentation of lecture, “Darwin for Jews” to Temple Israel, West Palm Beach, Florida, 25
December.
2009 Presentation of lecture, “Nutrition for Bicyclists” to the Leicestershire Road Club, 16
November.
2007-present Ongoing participant in many interviews with journalists on topics of human growth,
the obesity epidemic, and human evolution. I can supply clippings and websites of
additional published articles as requested.
2002 – 2006 Member of Community Outreach Partnership Center Program. A service and
research program for Southwest Detroit neighborhoods and schools.
2001 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day volunteer activities sponsored by UM-Dearborn. Discussion
group leader at the Lighthouse half-way center.
2001 Cultural sensitivity trainer at Focus Hope, Detroit Michigan.
2001 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day volunteer activities sponsored by UM-Dearborn. Site clean up at
a Latino community center in Detroit.
1998
Speaker for the Adult Learning Institute.
1997
Speaker for Third Sunday Discussion Group.
1997
Speaker for the Adult Learning Institute.
1996
Career Week speaker at Norup Middle School. Topic: What is an anthropologist?
1996
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day volunteer activities sponsored by UM-Dearborn. I did a public
school visitation and talk.
1996
Several visits to the Troy Public School to consult on the teaching of evolution. I
conducted one in-service session for middle school teachers and assisted at second in-service
for school administrators in February, 1996. I also presented a lecture on my research to
students and faculty in March, 1996.
1995
Visit to Fordline Elementary School, October, 1995. I made an in class presentation of
some of the fossil evidence for human evolution to Ms. Kim Loria's fifth grade class.
1992-1993 Member of the Citizens Advisory Facilities Planning Committee, Berkley Schools.
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Curriculum Vitae
1990-1992
Barry Bogin, Ph.D.
Member of the Committee for Educational Excellence, Berkley School District.
1989
"Nutrition and child growth in Guatemala" a presentation for students of the Redford
School district, July 13.
1989
"Carbohydrates and you" a presentation for elementary students at Avery School, Berkely
School district, February 27.
1988-present
Consultant to the National Center for Science Education.
1986-1988 Member of the Research Advisory Committee at the Children's Center, a community
and family mental health service of Wayne County.
1984-85 Member of the Child Development Center Advisory Board of the University of
Michigan-Dearborn.
1983
Departmental representative for the United Fund campaign.
1981-1982 Member of the Research Advisory Committee at the Children's Center, a community
and family mental health service of Wayne County located in Detroit.
1980
Radio interview on "New Discoveries about Human Evolution" presented on station
WABX, September 7th.
1979-1982 High School Speakers Program, Department of Anthropology and University Speakers
Bureau, Wayne State University.
Professional Associations
American Association of Physical Anthropologists - Member
Human Biology Association - Fellow
Society for the Study of Human Biology - Member
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