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10: How the culture transformed the evolution of humans

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LECTURE OUTLINE

Lecture 1 Friday August 20

13:30-14:10 Culture Is Essential
Reading: Richerson and Boyd, Chapter 1

15:00-15:40

Lecture 2 Saturday August 21

13:30-14:10 Culture Exists
Reading: Richerson and Boyd, Chapter 2

15:00-15:40

Lecture 3 Sunday August 22

13:30-14:10 Culture Evolves
Reading: Richerson and Boyd, Chapter 3

15:00-15:40

Lecture 4 Monday August 23

13:30-14:10 Culture Is an Adaptation
Reading: Richerson and Boyd, Chapter 4

15:00-15:40

Lecture 5 Tuesday August 24

13:30-14:10 Culture Is a Maladaptive
Reading: Richerson and Boyd: Chapter 5

15:00-15:40

READING LIST:

Dr. Merlin W. Donald „A Mind So Rare: the evolution of human consciousness“ (Norton, 2003)

Many of papers are available (on request) from the web, in pdf format. These are listed on website – http://psyc.queensu.ca/faculty/donald/sel-pubs.html or http://psyc.queensu.ca/faculty/donald/donald.html

Dr. Peter J. Richerson: All recent papers are available on web site: www.des.ucdavis.edu/faculty/richerson/richerson.htm

The reader relatively unfamiliar with the topic would do well to start with:

Built For Speed, Not for Comfort: Darwinian Theory and Human Culture, with

Robert Boyd. 2001. In History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 23: 423-463. Adobe pdf file.

Professor, Department of Psychology, Queens University, Kingston, Canada
Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, U.C. Davis

Merlin DONALD

Professor, Department of Psychology, Queens University, Kingston, Canada

Ph.D. McGill University, Montreal, Canada Post-Doctoral Fellow, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, School of Medicine, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Cross Appointment) Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Queen's University Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Queen's University Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Queen's University (Research Cross Appointment) Professor, Department of Psychology, Queen's University
1968
1968-1970
1970-1972
1972-1973
1974-1982
1980-1990
since 1982

Peter J. RICHERSON

Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, U.C. Davis

B.S. (Entomology) Student at Marine Biology Laboratory TeVega Program, Stanford University Ph.D. (Zoology), University of California, Davis N.S.F. Pre-doctoral Fellow Postdoctoral Researcher, U.C., Davis Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, U.C. Davis Associate Professor Associate Director, Institute of Ecology Director Visiting Professor, Energy and Resources Program, U.C: Berkeley Forestry and Environmental Studies, Duke University
1965
1965
1967
1969
1967-1969
1969-1971
1971-1977
1977-1983
1977-1980
1983-1990
1977-1978
1984

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