Karen Rosenberg


Phone: (302) 831-1855

Email: krr@udel.edu

Office: 135 Munroe Hall

Journalists: Andrea Boyle Tippett (UD Media Relations) can assist with interview requests for this expert. 302-831-1421, aboyle@udel.edu
  • A biological anthropologist, Rosenberg's work focuses on human evolution, with special emphasis on Neanderthals.
  • Conducts research into the evolution of women and childbirth practices.
  • Co-editor of the journal "PaleoAnthropology".

Professor, Anthropology

In The News:
Actually, Theres No Way to Know if C-Sections Are Changing Humanity (Daily Beast)
Why your back, feet hurt: blame evolution (CNN)
A woman's caloric restrictions may explain why babies are born at nine months (Scientific American)

UDaily Articles:
Prof to appear on National Geographic cable program
UD anthropologist finds signs of evolution in ancient skeleton
Anthropoogist's studies of childbirth bring new focus on women in evolution

evolution, neanderthals, evolution of women, childbirth practices