Daniel A. Segal

The Jean M. Pitzer Professor of Anthropology and Professor of History


My Fall 2018 courses:

·                   The World Since 1492 (Anth-Hist 11)

·                    FYS. Palestine and Israel: the Conflicts and Competing Historical Narratives


My Spring 2019 course: The World Since 1492 (Anth-Hist 11)






My most recent publication is “Witnessing Chimpanzee-Human Closeness: Jane Goodall at Gombe and Since,” in Anthropological Quarterly.  Click here for the article and here for a press release about it.


For information about my Fulbright Award for research in the northern Amazon, click here.


For more information about my scholarship, see my CV and this (now dated) entry from The Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology.