Robert Quinlan, Ph.D.
Evolutionary & Sociocultural Anthropology
Washington State University
P.O. Box 644910
Pullman, WA 99164-4910 USA
Office: College Hall 219
Human behavioral and social ecology, ethnobiology, medical & psychological anthropology, collaborative ethnographic science, cross-cultural comparison, Caribbean, Africa, field and analytical methods. My main focus is on the role of environmental risk in shaping human development, livelihood, reproduction, household relations, and cultural diversity. I have an active program of cross-cultural comparative research. I helped develop a collaborative research project concerning environmental risk and resilience among small-scale farmers in Southwest Ethiopia. I am also involved in collaborative research concerning the evolution and transmission of antimicrobial resistance among agro-pastoralists in Tanzania.
Quinlan, R., Dira, S.J., Caudell, M. Quinlan, M. (2016) Current Anthropology
Caudell, M., Quinlan, M., Subiah, M., Call, D., Roulette, C., Roulette, J., Roth, A., Matthews, L., Quinlan, R. (2017) PLoS ONE
Quinlan, R., Quinlan, M. Dira, S., Caudell, M. Sooge, A., Amzye Assoma, A. (2015) Journal of Ethnobiology
Human Parental Effort and
(2007) Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
Quinlan, R. & Quinlan, M. (2007) Cross-Cultural Research
(2006) American Anthropologist.
More of my recent work can be found on ResearchGate