This term SAC is running the Anthropology Research Seminar Series, featuring visiting speakers presenting on topics from both social and biological anthropology.
The seminars are held every Tuesday in the Swingland Room from 4.15-6.00pm, followed by dinner and drinks in town. The next seminar is on Tuesday 9th February. Dr Rupert Stasch from the University of Cambridge will be giving a talk entitled “Singapore, Big Village of the Dead: Cities as Figures of Desire, Domination, and Rupture for Korowai of Indonesian Papua”.
See below for the full programme:
Biological Anthropology Research Seminar Series – Spring 2016
Week 14 19/1/2016 Bino Majolo University of Lincoln
Title: The Evolution of Warfare and Sociality
Week 16 2/2/2015 Susanne Shultz University of Manchester
Title: Primate social evolution: exposing the three garden paths of kin selection, cooperative breeding and specialised cognition
Week 21 15/3/2015 Jo Setchell University of Durham
Title: Multi-modal signalling and sexual selection in mandrills
Week 24 5/4/2015 Thom Scott-Phillips University of Durham
Title: Human communication, non-human communication, and the origins of language