Event Details

 

Friday, September 14
Speaker: Dolores Piperno
Title: “The Past (and Future?) of Our Crop Plants in Changing Global Environments"
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES) CANCELED

Dr. Piperno had to cancel her visit and talk due to the hurricane bearing down on the mid-Atlantic.

 


Friday, September 28
Speaker: Bernard Perley, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Title: "Remediating New World Amnesia: The return of Indigenous Ancestral Voices"
Time/Location: 4:00 pm, RAB 001
World of Linguistic Difference Lectures
  pdf Click here for flyer (192 KB)


Friday, October 12
Speaker: Briana Pobiner
Title: “The Evolution of Human Carnivory: Evidence from Modern and Fossil Taphonomic Studies”
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
  pdf Click here for flyer (3.83 MB)


Friday, October 19
Speaker: Mara Green, Barnard College
Title: "Horizons of Language: Deaf Communicative Practices in Nepal"
Time/Location: 4:00 PM, RAB 001
World of Linguistic Difference Lectures
RSVP requested by email to kah382@scarletmail.rutgers.edu - indicate your attendance and preferred email address, as well as the number of guests you will bring
  pdf Click for flyer (217 KB)


Friday, November 2
Speaker: Amy Lu
Title: Pending
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
  pdf Click for flyer (338 KB)


Friday, November 9
Speaker: Tim Bromage, NYU College of Dentistry
Title: "How we came to know what we didn't know we didn't know: A non linear research strategy for understanding the evolution of how life works"
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
  pdf  Click for flyer (88 KB)


Friday, November 30
Speaker: Liping Zhao
Title: “Is the Gut Microbiome Part of the Missing Genetic Dark Matter"
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)


Friday, December 7
Speaker: Sonia Das, New York University
Title: "Heritage Language or Racial Slur? The Politics of Speaking Tamil in Québec"
Time/Location: 4:00 PM, RAB 001
World of Linguistic Difference Lectures
RSVP requested by email to kah382@scarletmail.rutgers.edu - indicate your attendance and preferred email address, as well as the number of guests you will bring


Friday, February 1
Speaker: Amanda Melin, University of Calgary 
Title: "The Sensory Ecology of Food Detection and Selection by Wild White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys"
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)


Friday, February 8
Speaker: Amy Paugh, James Madison University
Title: "Language Gap or Resource? A Language Socialization Approach to Linguistic Diversity"
Time/Location: 4:00 PM, RAB 001
World of Linguistic Difference Lectures
RSVP requested by email to kah382@scarletmail.rutgers.edu - indicate your attendance and preferred email address, as well as the number of guests you will bring


Friday, February 22
Speaker: Nelson Flores, University of Pennsylvania
Title: "Becoming the System: A Raciolinguistic Genealogy of Bilingual Education"
Time/Location: 4:00 PM, RAB 001
World of Linguistic Difference Lectures
RSVP requested by email to kah382@scarletmail.rutgers.edu - indicate your attendance and preferred email address, as well as the number of guests you will bring


Friday, March 1
Speaker: James Higham, New York University
Title: "Understanding primate diversity: a sensory ecology approach"
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
   pdf Click for flyer (5.02 MB)


Friday, March 8
Speaker: Ashley Hammond, American Museum of Natural History
Title: "Hips in Human Evolution"
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
  pdf Click for flyer (1.72 MB)


Friday, March 15
Speaker: Matt Cartmill (Boston University)
Title: "What, If Anything, Is Australopithecus afarensis?"
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Sponsored by AGSA
  pdf Click for flyer (1.75 MB)


Friday, April 5
Speaker: Steven Stich, Rutgers University
Title: “The Evolution of Morality”
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
  pdf Click for flyer (2.90 MB)


Friday, April 12
Speaker: Bonnie Urcuioli, Hamilton College
Title: "Linguistic difference: hiding in plain sight"
Time/Location: 4:00 PM, RAB 001
World of Linguistic Difference Lectures
RSVP requested by email to kah382@scarletmail.rutgers.edu - indicate your attendance and preferred email address, as well as the number of guests you will bring
  pdf Click for flyer (167 KB)


Friday, April 19
Speaker: Brian Wood, University of California
Title: “Sex Differences in Hazda Hunter-gatherer Space Use and Spatial Cognition”
Time/Location: 3:30 PM, RAB 001
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
  pdf Click for flyer (5.02 MB)


Monday, April 22
Speaker: Margaret Bruchac, University of Pennsylvania
Title: "Reverse Ethnography: Investigating the History of Anthropological Search and Rescue"
Time/Location: 4:30 pm, Ruth Adams Building (RAB) room 110B
Sponsored by AGSA
  pdf Click for flyer (217 KB)


Thursday, April 25
Speaker: Lily Chumley, New York University
Title: "True/Good/Beautiful: Three Antinomies of Value in Chinese Socialism, Lately"
Time/Location: 4:30-6:00 PM, Biological Sciences Building (BIO) 206
Sponsored by AGSA
  pdf Click for flyer (165 KB)


Friday, April 26
Speaker: Yotam Asscher, Israel Antiquities Authority
Title: "Archaeological Sciences in Rescue Excavations at the Israel Antiquities Authority: On-Site Field Laboratories"
Time/Location:11:00 AM, Heldrich Science Bldg. (HSB) room 106 (Douglass)
Co-sponsored by the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)
pdf Click for flyer (203 KB)


Friday, May 3
Speaker: Naomi Levin, University of Michigan
CANCELED - watch for new announcement fall 2019