UCL Anthropology

Dr Mark Dyble

Dr Mark Dyble

Lecturer in Quantitative Anthropology

Dept of Anthropology

Faculty of S&HS

Joined UCL
1st Sep 2019

Research summary

I am an evolutionary anthropologist with broad interests relating to human social organisation and social behaviour. Recent and ongoing projects include ethnographic fieldwork with Agta hunter-gatherers in the Philippines, comparative work exploring the evolution of mammal sociality and theoretical work exploring the evolution of human kinship. I have recently been involved with a British Academy funded quantitative ethnographic study of a fishing community in the Brazilian Pantanal, with Dr Rafael Chiaravalloti.

Teaching summary

Methods and Techniques in Biological Anthropology (ANTH0007)

Introduction to Biological Anthropology (ANTH0008)

Being Human (ANTH0015)

Research Methods in Evolutionary Anthropology (ANTH0114)

Advanced Methods in Evolutionary Anthropology (ANTH0115)

Anthropological Research Methods (ANTH0213)

I also supervise BSc, MSc, and PhD projects. Feel free to contact me for supervision enquiries.


PhD Anthropology, UCL (2016)

MSc Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Oxford (2012)

BA Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge (2011)