Chawki Belhadi


Chawki A. Belhadi is a Ph.D. dissertator in the department of anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a teaching assistant in the department of Biological Sciences. He holds, from the University of Texas at Arlington, a B.S. in biology and psychology, an M.S. in experimental psychology, and an M.A. in sociology. His dissertation project, reflecting his commitment to advancing educational practices, focuses on critically analyzing teaching and learning methodologies in anthropology education. His research interests are varied and include evolutionary mismatch theory, evolutionary medicine, and Monotropism. In his spare time, he likes to ponder, through the lens of neuroscientific findings, philosophical questions about the nature of reality, perception, and consciousness.