For nearly a decade, we have been studying the natural world for insights about human nature. We research, write, and design courses as a team. Wildhood is our second book. Our first, Zoobiquity, explored the overlaps between animal and human health.

 
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Photo Credit: Joanna DeGeneres

Photo Credit: Joanna DeGeneres

Barbara Natterson Horowitz, M.D.

Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD, is a visiting professor in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. A professor of medicine in the UCLA Division of Cardiology, she is president of the International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health.

She co-directs the Evolutionary Medicine Program at UCLA.

 

Kathryn Bowers

Kathryn Bowers is a science journalist who has taught courses on animal behavior and writing at UCLA and Harvard. A Future Tense Fellow at New America in Washington, DC, she was previously an editor at Zócalo Public Square in Los Angeles, a staff editor at the Atlantic Monthly, and a writer/producer for CNN International in London.

Photo Credit: Alison Sheehy

Photo Credit: Alison Sheehy