From phyloseminar.org home. Online phylogenetics seminar 2/5: Fiona Jordan "Testing hypotheses about cultural evolution"
From the website:
Anthropologists had a name for the non-independence-of-species-problem way back in the 1880s. Solving "Galton's Problem", and the promise of comparative methods for testing hypotheses about cultural adaptation and correlated evolution was a major catalyst for the field of cultural phylogenetics. In this talk I will show how linguistic, cultural, and archaeological data is used in comparative phylogenetic analyses. The "treasure trove of anthropology" - our vast ethnographic record of cultures - is now being put to good use answering questions about cross-cultural similarities and differences in human social and cultural norms in a rigorous evolutionary framework.
West Coast USA:
09:00 (09:00 AM) on Tuesday, February 05
East Coast USA:
12:00 (12:00 PM) on Tuesday, February 05
17:00 (05:00 PM) on Tuesday, February 05
18:00 (06:00 PM) on Tuesday, February 05
02:00 (02:00 AM) on Wednesday, February 06
06:00 (06:00 AM) on Wednesday, February 06
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