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Ken Andrews BA (SFU), MA (Western Ontario)

Surrey Office: 
Fir Building, 217 Anthropology Lab

Ken Andrews is a biological anthropologist specializing in paleopathology, forensic and medical anthropology. Ken studies disease, trauma and distress in human populations through the analysis of human skeletal remains, medical records, historical documents, archival materials and artifacts. Ken has done extensive research on leprosy, tuberculosis, symptomatology, differential diagnosis, social determinants of health, stigma and the epidemiology of marginalized and institutionalized populations past and present. In addition to teaching, Ken has several years experience as a research analyst providing medical, legal and historical research services for aboriginal, government and private sector clients.

Courses Taught

  • ANTH 1200: Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 1217: Forensic Anthropology
  • ANTH 2163: Culture, Health & Well-being
  • ANTH 3502: Special Topics in Biological Anthropology
    • The Anthropology of Human Health & Infectious Disease
    • The Anthropology of Human Biological Variation
    • The Anthropology of Fitness & Sport