Exploring interactions of biology and culture on human evolution and diversity
On Monday 21st June, the Centre for the Coevolution of Biology and Culture are organising a day of talks and discussion on a diverse range of topics including: Animal domestication, Mate choice, Conformity, Cumulative cultural evolution, Musical traditions, Evolution of Religious ethics, Foraging strategies and Disease.
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910 Jeremy Kendal Introduction
920 Greger Larson A Penchant for novelty: human selection for colour variation in domestic animals
1000 Lynda Boothroyd Implicit learning of cultural associations and attraction to bodies and faces
1040 Kenny Smith Conformity and cumulative cultural evolution
1150 Malcolm Smith The evolution of vernacular songs: where did the folk song collector Cecil Sharp's evolutionism come from, and why is it still going strong?
1230 Jamie Tehrani The evolution of religious ethics
1310 Lunch - Anthropology Seminar Room (Rm. 104)
1410 Robert Layton Agent-based modelling of hunter-gatherer foraging strategies
1450 Speaker to be arranged
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