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Human origins and cultural evolution: Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Descent of Man
Human origins and cultural evolution: Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Descent of Man

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Feb. 2 - 12:15 - Joe Henrich (Harvard University)
"The Secret of Our Success"

Feb. 9 - 11:45 - Marta Lahr (University of Cambridge)

Feb. 16 - 11:45 - Johannes Krause (Max Planck Institute Jena)

Feb. 23 - 11:45 - Chris Stringer (Natural History Museum)
“What is Homo sapiens?”

Mar. 2 - 11:45 - Polly Wiessner (Arizona State University)
“The Embers of Society: Firelight Talk among the Ju/’hoansi Bushmen”

Mar. 9 - 12:15 - Michael Muthukrishna (London School of Economics)
“Cultural Brain Hypothesis, Collective Brains, and the Evolution of Intelligence”

Mar. 16 - 11:45 - Lou Barrett (University of Lethbridge)
“Thinking Outside the Head: Cognitive Ecologies and Evolutionary Psychology”

Mar. 23 - 11:45 - Sarah Mathew (Arizona State University)
“War and Peace: The Cultural Evolution of Large-scale Conflict and Cooperation”

Mar. 30 - 11:45 - Fiona Jordan (University of Bristol)
“`A subject too large and complex’ for Darwin: The cultural evolution of kinship terminology”

Apr. 6 - 11:45 - Manvir Singh (Institute for Advanced Studies Toulouse)
“Human social organization during the Late Pleistocene: Challenging the nomadic-egalitarian model”

Apr. 13 - 11:45 - Tom Currie (University of Exeter)
"The descent of rules: Investigating the cultural evolution & ecology of institutions"

Apr. 20 - 11:15 - Maria Lapinski (Michigan State University)
“Communicating Cultural and Social Norms”
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