Evolution, Cognition, and Culture Bagel Hour
What is it?
Each week we will hear a presentation or read and discuss an article related to evolutionary anthropology.
Thursday, 11:30AM - 12:30PM, during the 2010 Fall semester.
Where? Anthropology Graduate Lounge
students or faculty who are interested.
Why? It is an excellent opportunity to keep up with the emerging literature on the topic.
Contact Richard Sosis at email@example.com
September 2: Jordan Kiper: Summer Field Work Presentation.
September 9: No Meeting
September 16: Yohsuke Ohtsuboa, Fumiko Masudaa, Esuka Watanabea & Ayumi Masuchib. "Dishonesty invites costly third-party punishment." Evolution and Human Behavior 31 (2010) 259-264.
September 23: No Meeting
September 30: No Meeting
October 7: Jessica Lodwick: Female agonistic relationships in wild western lowland gorillas.
October 14: No Meeting
October 21: Lysann Damisch, Barbara Stoberock, and Thomas Mussweiler. "KeepYour Fingers Crossed! How Superstition Improves Performance." Psychological Science 21(7) 1014-1020.
October 28: Martin A. Nowak, Corina E. Tarnita & Edward O. Wilson. The evolution of eusociality. Nature 466, 1057-1062
November 4: Rolf Kummerli, Maxwell N. Burton-Chellew, Adin Ross-Gillespie, and Stuart A. West. Resistance to extreme strategies, rather than
prosocial preferences, can explain human cooperation
in public goods games. PNAS 107 (22) ,10125–10130
November 11: Benjamin Grant Purzycki. Tyvan Cher Eezi and the Socioecological Constraints of Supernatural Agents’ Minds.
December 9: BBC film "Secret Gorillas of Mondika"