Prof. Edwin M. Lieberman is a professor of human evolutionary biology and the Edwin M. Lieberman Chair in Human Evolutionary Biology. Harvard University's Lerner II Professor of Biological Sciences He has published over a hundred publications, several of which have appeared in the journals Nature and Science. Lieberman is well recognized for his work on the evolution of the human cranium and the evolution of running, notably barefoot running (which has earned him the moniker Barefoot Professor). His findings have been featured in several newspapers, periodicals, books, news shows, and documentaries.
- The Story of the Human Body: Evolution, Health, and Disease
- Exercised: Why Something We Never Evolved to Do Is Healthy and Rewarding
- Accounting for Climate Change: Uncertainty in Greenhouse Gas Inventories - Verification, Compliance, and Trading
- Interpreting The Past: Essays On Human, Primate, And Mammal Evolution In Honor Of David Pilbeam (American School of Prehistoric Research Monograph Series)