Maciej Henneberg, PhD, DSc, holds the Wood Jones Chair of Biological Anthropology and Comparative Anatomy at the University of Adelaide. His main research interests are in past, present, and future human evolution, described in over 231 papers and five monographs. Born in Poland in 1949, he was an academic and free trade-union activist under the Soviet regime before being exiled. He taught and conducted research in biological anthropology and anatomy in the United States, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Europe, and has been in Australia since 1996. Professor Henneberg is in high international demand as a lecturer and forensic expert in criminal cases, including the notorious Falconio murder in Outback Australia. He has a strong interest in the maintenance of scientific standards within academia, and has been a Convenor of the Academic Board at the University of Adelaide and participates vigorously in current debates on the governance of the University of Oxford.
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