James B. Rossie

Associate Professor

Anthropology

Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences

Stony Brook University

Research

The overarching theme of my research is the evolutionary history of primates, particularly hominoids. My current research includes investigation of the development, homology, and phylogenetic significance of nasal and paranasal anatomy among primates and other mammals; description and phylogenetic analysis of fossil hominoids and other catarrhines from East Africa; and fieldwork in the early, Middle, and late Miocene of Kenya.

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Teaching

Ph.D. advisees

Isabel Mormile

Shannon McKeon

Courses Taught

Undergraduate

Human Evolution

Primate Evolution

Pseudoscience in Anthropology

Systematics & Biogeography

Graduate

Primate Evolution

Human Evolution