Hi there! First post here.
I have a bachelor's degree in Physical Activity and Sports Science, concentration in High Performance. I'm planning to star a PhD. program at Granada University (Spain), and I would love it would deal with (quoting the AHS objectives) "the human ecological niche and modern health from an evolutionary perspective" concerning my field of knowledge.
The university offers many PhD programs, but I'm hesitating between a pre-doctorate master's degree in physical and forensic anthropology or a PhD. in Physical Activity and Health.
Which one do you think would fit better with my interests? Do you think there are possibilities of further investigation in this field? Know of any university in which it's being carried out researches about "Paleo-Fitness" or "Paleo-Lifestyle"?
I would like to hear your answers and suggestions.
It seems that this question I posted last September, has been recently "resurrected", receiving a bunch of new responses. THANKS EVERYONE for your support and kindness!! Anyway, I would like to inform you that I finally picked the anthropology option, and that I would have started my thesis next year, sadly it also seems someone has beaten me to it... link text
Now, my question goes in a different path...
Should I resign myself and discard the idea of studying what I thought was my life's objective?? Oh man, I feel really afflicted...