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Stephen Luke Zegura

anthropologist , biologist , educator

Stephen Luke Zegura, American biologist, anthropologist, educator. Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1965-1966; grantee, International Demokritos Foundation, 1985, National Research Council, 1990, International Research & Exchanges Board, 1988. Fellow: Human Biology Council, American Anthropological Association; member: American Association Physical Anthropologists.

Background

Zegura, Stephen Luke was born on July 2, 1943 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Dragomir Bozo Zegura and Adele Eugenia-Cecilia Perelli-Minetti.

Education

Bachelor, Stanford University, California, 1965. Master of Science, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1971.

Career

Assistant professor New York University, New York City, 1971—1972. From assistant professor to professor University Arizona, Tucson, 1972—1992, professor, since 1992.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals, to magazines. Co-editor, continuing author: Eskimos of Northwestern Alaska: A Biological Perspective, 1978.

Membership

Fellow: Human Biology Council, American Anthropological Association. Member: American Association Physical Anthropologists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Ann Chesney, January 23, 1983. Children: Daniel Dragomir, Krista Elise.

father:
Dragomir Bozo Zegura

mother:
Adele Eugenia-Cecilia Perelli-Minetti

spouse:
Elizabeth Ann Chesney

children:
Daniel Dragomir Zegura

Krista Elise Zegura