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The CEACB held a conference entitled Pattern and Process in Cultural Evolution 14-16 September 2005 more>
The CEACB is an AHRC funded research group dedicated to examining the evolutionary underpinnings of human cultural behaviour, past and present. more>
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17/11/2005
On the Relevance of Ecology to Cultural Evolution
VENUE:Room 612, Institute of Archaeology
SPEAKER:Lauren McCall
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Forthcoming and Past Events:

14/09/2005 - Pattern and Process in Cultural Evolution, Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Christopher Ingold Building, Gordon Street, London WC1. Speaker: Please see the conference website.
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20/06/2005 - A short walk through the Balkans, Institute of Archaeology, University College London. Speaker: See the Balkans page for full details.
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28/04/2005 - On the Phylogenetics of the Sinitic linguistic group, 1-2pm Darryl Forde Lab (Torrington Place, Anthropology) . Speaker: Mahe Ben Hamed
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27/04/2005 - How old are the Indo-European languages? Progress or more moths to the flame, Chemistry Auditorium, Christopher Ingold Building, Gordon Street (opposite Bloomsbury Theatre), University College London. Speaker: Russell Gray
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17/03/2005 - Defining prehistoric human populations by cultural transmission - lessons from cladistic analysis of Fijian Ceramics, Room 612 Institute of Archaeology, UCL. Speaker: Ethan Cochrane
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15/03/2005 - Selection, drift and bias in cultural evolution: an archaeological perspective, Biological Anthropology Teaching Laboratory Department of Anthropology and Sociology (ANSO 1109) University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Speaker: Stephen Shennan
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07/03/2005 - Maternal investment and child's survival: a demographic, genetic and evolutionary perspective, Darryl Forde Lab Anthropology, Torriington Place, UCL. Speaker: Samuel Pavard
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06/03/2005 - Andean Archaeology Day, Keynes Lecture room 1, University of Kent at Canterbury, CT2 7NF
see also
http://www.kent.ac.uk/secl/classics/andean.htm. Speaker: Larry Coben, Aimée Plourde, Charles Stanish, Clarles Steinmetz
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03/03/2005 - Triple-Inheritance Archaeology: Niche Construction and the Earliest Post-Glacial Re-Colonisation of Northern Europe, Room 612 Institute of Archaeology, UCL. Speaker: Felix Riede
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03/02/2005 - Amazingly steady change in popular culture - just a modern phenomenon, or general rule?, Room 612 Institute of Archaeology, UCL. Speaker: Alex Bentley
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20/01/2005 - Evolution of Bow-arrow Technology: A South Scandinavian Mesolithic case-study, Room 612 Institute of Archaeology. Speaker: Kevan Edinborough
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16/12/2004 - Social Information Transmission and Human Biology Symposium, William Goodenough House, Mecklenburgh Square, London. WC1N 2AB.
See also the programme, available here . Speaker: Kevin Laland, John Odling-Smee, John Mcnamara, Robert Aunger, Ruth Mace, John Cleland, Andrew Whiten, Jonathan Wells, Steven Mithen, Stephen Shennan, Roland Littlewood, Polly Carmichael, Virginia Berridge, Therese Hesketh.
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15/12/2004 - The niche construction perspective within evolutionary biology, Hygiene Centre London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel St., Bloomsbury . Speaker: Kevin Laland
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25/11/2004 - The role of a psychology of prestige goods in the evolution of social ranking, Room 612 Institute of Archaeology. Speaker: Aimee Plourde
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04/11/2004 - Creativity and Constraint in Craft Learning in Rural Iran, Room 612 Institute of Archaeology. Speaker: Jamshid Tehrani
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03/11/2004 - 'Evolution and Medicine' Workshop, Huxley Conference Theatre
Institute of Zoology, London

See also the PDF programme of events.
. Speaker: Gillian Bentley (Anthropology, UCL), David Conway (Infectious Diseases, LSHTM), Valerie Curtis (Hygiene Centre, LSHTM), Amanda Drake (Medical School, University of Edinburgh), David Goldstein (Biology, UCL), Mel Greaves (Institute of Cancer Research)
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21/10/2004 - The Evolution and Evolvability of Culture, Room 612 Institute of Archaeology. Speaker: Kim Sterelny
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