Christopher Boehm

2005, November 3–4
Short SeminarHunting and Gathering Subsistence Patterns and Climatic Change in the Late PleistoceneFive scholars met for a two-day seminar to assess climatic variability in the late Pleistocene and its impact upon human adaptations, including social organization. To better understand human adaptation during the late Pleistocene, participants reviewed archaeological findings and examined ethnographic and prehistoric hunter-gatherer adaptations.
Biology, Brains, and BehaviorSAR Press PublicationBiology, Brains, & Behavior: The Evolution of Human DevelopmentAn exciting new cross-disciplinary field of biocultural research is emerging at the start of the twenty-first century: developmental evolutionary biology.
Weatherhead Resident ScholarThe Evolution of Moral Communities

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