Steven Wang

Department of Anthropology The Graduate Center City University of New York Lecturer School of Anthropology University of Arizona


B.A. 2001, University of California, Los Angeles M.Phil. 2007, City University of New York





2006. Liu, W., Wu, X., Wang, S.L. Some problems for the Late Pleistocene human cranium found in Liujiang of South China based on morphological analysis. Acta Anthropologica Sinica 25: 177-194 (in Chinese with English abstract).

2006. Baab, KL, Freidline, SE, and Wang, SL. An investigation of robusticity in modern human crania: implications for Homo erectus. PaleoAnthropology 2006: A50. [abstract]

2009. Wang, SL, Liu, W, Zhao, L-X. Craniofacial shape variation in Late Pleistocene Asian hominins. PaleoAnthropology 2009: A38. [abstract]

2010. Baab, KL, Freidline, SE, Wang, SL, and Hanson, T. Relationship of cranial robusticity to cranial form, geography, and climate in Homo sapiens. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 141(1): 97-115.

2010. Liu, W, Wu, X-J, Wang, SL, and Li, H-J. The pelvis of Late Pleistocene hominin from Liujiang, South China: its body size, body shape, and encephalization. L'anthropologie 114(5): 543-563.

2010. Wang, SL. Chinese fossil hominins and sites (multiple entries). In: Wood, B, editor. Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

2011. Wang, SL. Regional isolation and extinction? The story of Mid-Pleistocene hominins in Asia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144(S52): 304-305. [abstract]