Designed for students who will make the world a better place – Hartwick Anthropology 2016 course offerings for spring & J Term.
Could epigenetics finally re-write the script about human nature? Maybe, but first we have to go over The Edge’s promotional tribute to Napoleon Chagnon.
“Teaching Theories: The Evolution-Creation Controversy” (1982) has long been part of the Applying Anthropology reader. Time for a Living with Darwin update?
Wonderful recent volume shows how views of human nature as inherently warlike stem not from the facts but from cultural views embedded in Western thinking.
“Darwin in Mind: New Opportunities for Evolutionary Psychology” (2011) marked the end of evolutionary psychology as foil for anthropology.
A Call for Blog Posts (CFBP) for an anthropological analysis of Richard Dawkins versus Edward Wilson on Social Conquest of the Earth.
How can we stop trellises from turning into trees? Emphasizing non-directionality and complexity in evolutionary understandings.
Fascinating study of australopithecine teeth and residence patterns. Ridiculous headlines about gender and family. Anthropology analyzes science and media.