Christopher Wolfe

Graduate Student
Christopher Wolfe


Current status: Ph.D. in progress

Ph.D. dissertation title: Quantifying Variation in Human Growth and Development

M.A. thesis title: A Study of Growth and Resilience among Historic African American Populations at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

Chris Wolfe received his my M.A. from Texas State University in 2017 with broad research agendas in human growth and development, bioarchaeology, human skeletal biology, forensic anthropology and method and theory in biological anthropology. Wolfe is currently a Ph.D. student with continued research into skeletal growth and development, subadult skeletal biology, bioarchaeology, forensic anthropology and statistical method and theory in biological anthropology. When not busy on campus writing code or reading about human variation, he enjoys spending his days outdoors whether in the mountains or out in the Great Basin.

Academic interests

  • Biological anthropology
  • Bioarchaeology
  • Forensic anthropology
  • Statistical and computational methods in anthropology
  • Archaeology


  • M.A., biological anthropology, Texas State University, 2017
  • B.A., anthropology and archaeology, Dickinson College, 2014