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Spotlight on... Todd C. Rae
Todd C. Rae Position: Reader in Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of (More)
The anthropology of hairlessness
In our first year Key Skills in Anthropology module, students are introduced to the fundamental academic skills necessary to succeed in university and post-university emp (More)
Being Human: Is companionate love best understood as socially or biologically driven?
As part of our first year Being Human module, students write an essay where they consider social and biological anthropological perspectives on a key topic in anthropolog (More)
The anthropology of hair: Body hair removal
In our first year Key Skills in Anthropology module, students are introduced to the fundamental academic skills necessary to succeed in university and post-university emp (More)
Primates, penguins and the evolution of language
Analyses of human language and the behaviour of a range of non‐human animal species have provided evidence for a common pattern underlying diverse behavioural phenomena. This is a longstanding research interest of CRESIDA's Stuart Semple, who has ext (More)
Fiona Jordan on the cultural evolution of kinship diversity
Why do human societies differ in who they class as family? How do children learn about kinship? Why do some societies classify cousins with siblings, and other groups distinguish cousins through your mum or your dad? When and how do people talk about (More)
Ganging up on the germs: The evolution of care-giving for the sick
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, our speaker is Sharon Kessler, who is Marie Curie Fellow in th (More)
Parental investment in Agta foragers
Abigail Page This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, the speaker is Dr More)
Humans and other Primates: the differences in cultural complexity between orangutans and chimpanzees
In our second year Humans and Other Primates  module, students are provided with a foundation in evolutionary anthropology through an understanding of primate biology and (More)
Unravelling the evolution of human diversity in admixed populations
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, the speaker is Dr Florin Mircea IliescuMore)
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