Monique Borgerhoff Mulder (2016-17)

Monique Borgerhoff Mulder is a professor of anthropology. Her research interests include working on projects relating to life history, conservation, global patterns of cultural variation, evolutionary and applied aspects of natural resource management, and grand global patterns of macrocultural variation.

Monique conducts fieldwork in East Africa, investigating issues relating to human life history variation, fertility, marriage, inheritance, divorce, sexual conflict, health and household economics. She also works directly in community development in Tanzania, coordinating the Mpimbwe Project. She earned her Ph.D. at Northwestern University.

With Mark Lubell, Travis Lybbert, and Peter Richerson, Monique Burgerhoff Mulder will lead a Winter 2017 Proseminar entitled Experimental Economic Games.

Learn more about Monique Borgerhoff Mulder at her faculty webpage.

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