Community Involvement & Representation(s) in Biological Anthropology A Panel Discussion on April 23, 10:30 AM – 2 PM PDT What do biological anthropologists owe to their research participants? How do we reckon with the biases that have characterized our field from its inception? The UCLA Biological Anthropology DEI Graduate Group, in collaboration with the UCLA […]
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See the attached flyer for information on upcoming UCLA Department of Medicine’s Evolutionary Medicine Grand Rounds next week Wednesday, Feb 17, 2021 at 8:30am PST: Dr. Joseph L. Graves, Jr. – Evolutionary Versus Racial Medicine: Why It Matters Wednesday, February 17, 2021, 8:30-9:30am Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://uclahs.zoom.us/j/95231120560?pwd=QS9JSWZtaXB1ZWtFd0dRdTFUd2lrQT09 Password: MEDICINEGR […]
The week of February 1 is #BlackinBioAnthWeek, with a variety of events. Use the hashtag #BlackinBioAnth to check out the events. #BlackinBioAnthWeek
Dr. Anne Pisor is looking for a postdoc to co-lead a three-year project with co-PI Dr. Monique Borgerhoff Mulder and NGO Mwambao Coastal Community Network. The project is focused on whether between-community social relationships impact resource management — specifically, managing fisheries on the Tanzanian coast. The postdoc will be based in the Human Sociality Lab […]
The second discussion in HBES’ Roundtable Seminar Series featured panelists Dr. Marco Del Giudice, Dr. Rebecca Sear, Dr. Keelah Williams, Dr. Daniel Nettle, and BEC alum Dr. Willem Frankenhuis. Click below for a link to the video.
The Human Behavior and Evolution Society’s roundtable discussion, “Beyond WEIRD, a decade later: Population diversity in the evolutionary study of human behavior”, featuring BEC’s Brooke Scelza and Clark Barrett, is now available on YouTube:
A series of seven online talks on Evolution, Medicine and Public Health, open-access and live streamed: Oxford Evolutionary Medicine Seminar Series
BEC faculty Greg Bryant interviewed on All Things Considered by NPR’s Audie Cornish, on people’s ability to judge friendship from the sound of laughter: https://www.npr.org/2020/10/09/922375817/the-sound-of-laughter-can-be-key-in-determining-people-s-relationships
An online discussion on the question “What happened to cognitive science?”, hosted by the Italian Association of Cognitive Science, featuring BEC’s Clark Barrett and UCSD’s Rafael Núñez. 7:30-11AM PST on November 9. For more information, see the attached flyer. LLC_AISC_whathappenedtocognitivescience_3bis
Jordan Kiper, former UCLA postdoc and now Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama, wrote about the UCLA-based Geography of Philosophy Project for Anthropology News: Knowing Across Cultures
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