Published: Kristen Herlosky and Alyssa Crittenden


Kristen Herlosky (Anthropology), a doctoral student, published, along with one of her advisers, Alyssa Crittenden, a chapter in the new edited volume, Routledge Handbook of Anthropology and Reproduction, a chapter entitled "Alloparenting: Evolutionary origins and contemporary significance of cooperative childrearing as a key feature of human reproduction." Kristen is currently a President's UNLV Foundation Graduate Research Fellow.

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