2nd IAST Distinguished Lecture

The second Lecture held on November 21, 2013, at the University Toulouse 1 Capitole.

Tim CLUTTON-BROCK, Zoologist from Cambridge University, talked on

"The Origins of Society"

Tim Clutton Brock's Interview

 

Introduction by Paul Seabright

 

Abstract: Although ecologists have traditionally treated animal populations as if they consisted of random collections of individuals, many vertebrates live in highly structured societies whose characteristics have profound effects on ecological and evolutionary processes. This lecture describes the diversity of mammalian societies; their effects on the characteristics of females and males; and the evolution of cooperation in humans and other animals.

The Lecture Recording

in english

in french

OTHER LECTURES:

  • December 19 : Walter SCHEIDEL, Classical Historian from Stanford University talked on "The Origins of Inequality"

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  • September 19: Robert BOYD, Anthropologist from UCLA & Arizona State University talked on “How Culture Shaped Human Evolution”

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