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Alfred Rosenberger

Anthropology and Archaeology

Location: 2208 Ingersoll Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x2696
Fax: 718.951.3169

For nearly 30 years, Alfred Rosenberger has been involved in studying nonhuman primates, teaching at the college level, working in museums and promoting interest in evolutionary biology and anthropology. This has taken him to a number of countries in South and Central America, studying the behavior and ecology of monkeys in the forest and also looking for their fossils. His primary teaching positions have been at Brooklyn College, the CUNY Graduate Center, the New York Consortium on Evolutionary Primatology, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. Rosenberger also held a variety of research and education outreach positions at the Smithsonian Institution, primarily at the National Zoological Park and the National Museum of Natural History.

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