The Swiss Society for Anthropology (Société Suisse d Anthropologie (SSA)) is an umbrella association of Swiss anthropologists and represents interests and concerns in the field of anthropology towards the public and public authorities. Its members mostly comprise scientifically-oriented anthropologists who primarily operate in the fields of (pre-)historical and forensic anthropology, primatology and palaeoanthropology.
SAVE THE DATE: Tuesday 4th February 2020 (1 to 4 PM) Paleopathological Colloquium at the University of Zurich (Irchel).
On behalf of Thomas Böni, Deputy Director of the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine (IEM), we invite you to the Paleopathological Colloquium at the University of Zurich. The topic of the colloquium will be historical persons. A detailed program will be available at a later date.
The Swiss Society for Anthropology was founded in 1920. It is part of the Platform Biology of the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT).
Close contacts are maintained with neighbouring disciplines such as palaeontology, human anatomy, zoology, ecology, anthropology, archeology, forensic science, history, social history and history of medicine.
SSA organizes an annual general meeting in Switzerland, which is followed by a scientific discussion.
c/o Dr. Martin Häusler
Institut für Evolutionäre Medizin (IEM)
+41 44 635 05 30