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Barbara EhrenreichJonathan HaidtHoward RachlinCarlo MaleyJeffrey CarpenterPeter TurchinJack SchultzScott Turner
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Anthony BiglanWilliam CreskoPatricia HawleyAndrew DeWoodyJoseph LeDouxJames NoonanBarbara FinlayGordon GallupRichard PouyatElizabeth Adkins-ReganJames MacKillop
Fall 2008
David Sloan WilsonBarbara OakleyBNP SymposiumRichard MichodMichael BellRandy OlsonWilliam RomeyChris ReiberSteven BrownBrian Boyd
Spring 2009
Dennis EmbryDavid HackerSteven PlatekSue MargulisSue Savage-RumbaughSteven NeubergHarvey WhitehouseThomas SeeleyGeorge LevineHelen Fisher
Video: "The Drive to Love and Who We Choose"
Fall 2009
Liza MoscoviceDiane M. Doran-SheehyKaren HollisPeter O. GrayChris KuzawaSteven SiegelRolf Quam
Rolf Quam 10/30/2009 EvoS Seminar Presentation
Bill JankowiakBaba BrinkmanPeter B. GrayMassimo Pigliucci
Massimo Pigliucci 12/4/2009 EvoS Seminar Presentation
Spring 2010
John GowdyDaniel LendeWilliam Harcourt-SmithTodd K. ShackelfordIain CouzinBruce HoodMelissa Emery ThompsonNancy EasterlinSteve NowickiJohn Marshall TownsendJoan Silk
Fall 2010
Josh BongardFred SmithDarryl de RuiterJay BelskyKari SegravesJulie SeamanLisa Karrer and David SimonsRick HarrisonRebecca SearTom LangenDaniel Kruger
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Steven C. HayesAndreas Duus PapeJessica LightMaryanne FisherGreg UrbanAndreas Koenig & Carola BorriesDaniel NettleDeane BowersCharles T. Snowdon
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David Sloan WilsonDavid C. LahtiRichard R. ShakerSergio AlmécijaHugo MercierLeslie C. AielloMark E. RitchieAdam LaatsLinda IvanyRalph M. GarrutoAdam Siepel
Spring 2012
John RieffelDr. Linda S. RayorDan EisenbergKevin L. PolkAndrew C. GallupKevin M. KniffinDavid DobbsNicole CameronJonathan HaidtDr. Joseph L. Graves, Jr.
Fall 2012
Barry X. KuhleCraig Eric MorrisCarin PerillouxDavid Sloan WilsonEric AlaniJesse BeringEli BridgeJaak Panksepp
Spring 2013
John TeehanRobert HolahanJenny Kao-KniffinShara BaileyHod LipsonDominic JohnsonMatthew HareCraig Eric MorrisBrooks MinerMichael RoseDavid Sloan Wilson
Fall 2013
Steven BrownNina FeffermanJohn Gowdy and Lisi KrallWarren Douglas AllmonTrenton HollidayJonathan GottschallArnab RoyDavid SchafferMichele GelfandJames SobelPatrick RoosEvoS Food Panel
Spring 2014
Daniel O’BrienBruce RobertsonRobert S. FeranecHeather FiumeraLuther H. MartinBjorn GrindeSarah RadtkeAleksey KolmogorovKathleen Sterling & Sébastien LacombeDebate! Evolutionary Psychology vs. Feminist CritiqueEducation Brown Bag
Fall 2014
Gad SaadT. Joel WadeNelson G. Hairston, Jr.Francis J. YammarinoDerek TurnerMatthew M. GervaisBernd BlosseyRolf QuamKelsey DancauseSharon Street
Spring 2015
Debra LiebermanMichael BerkmanDavid Sloan WilsonJason Munshi-SouthMa’ikwe Schaub LudwigJustin GarsonRéginald AugerDavid DaviesPatrica WrightCraig Eric MorrisMeredith E Coles
Fall 2015
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Spring 2015

New Webpage here

Spring 2015 seminars are held on Mondays at 5:00 PM in AA-G008.

The Evolutionary Studies seminar series presents a guest speaker on an evolution-related topic about every week. It’s a great way to learn about evolution directly from a wide variety of scientists, and an excellent opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion with researchers as well as your peers. Seminars are open to everyone. Students are encouraged to enroll in EVOS 451/ BIOL 680S, a 2-credit course based on the seminar series.

January 26th, 2015:

Orientation

Craig Eric Morris

Ph.D candidate in Anthropology

Binghamton University

February 2nd, 2015:

No seminar

February 9th, 2015:

Evolution in the Anthropocene: New York City Wildlife as a Case Study

Jason Munshi-South

Associate Professor of Biology

Fordham University

February 16th, 2015:

Complexity and Evolution: A New Synthesis for Economics

David Sloan Wilson

Distinguished Professor of Biology and Anthropology

Binghamton University

February 23rd, 2015:

Does Evolution Belong in Psychiatric Classification? Some Cautionary Remarks

Justin Garson

Professor of Philosophy

Hunter College of the City University of New York

March 2nd, 2015:

Slavery and memory in French Guiana: Designing the commemoration of memory at the Loyola cemetery while respecting sensibilities of history

Réginald Auger

Professor of archaeology

Université Laval

March 9th, 2015:

How everything you ever learned about evolution is only half the story (maybe less…)

David Davies

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Binghamton University

March 16th, 2015:

Lemurs Lost: Past, Present and Future of Madagascar

Patricia Wright

Distinguished Professor of Anthropology

State University of New York at Stony Brook

March 30th, 2015:

Enablers of Doubt: How Teachers Negotiate the Evolution Wars in their Classrooms

Michael Berkman

Professor of Political Science

Penn State University

April 13th, 2015:

Sustainable is Possible: creating low carbon, high quality lives… together.

Ma’ikwe Schaub Ludwig

Sustainability Educator

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

April 20th, 2015:

The non-relativity of relatedness: Psychological adaptations underlying kin detection, inbreeding avoidance, and altruism

Debra Lieberman

Professor of Psychology

University of Miami

April 27th, 2015:

Why cavemen checked their locks and other adventures in understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Meredith E Coles

Associate Professor of Psychology

Binghamton University

May 4th, 2015:

The Breakup Project: Using Evolutionary Theory to Predict and Interpret Responses to Romantic Relationship Dissolution

Craig Eric Morris

Ph.D candidate in Anthropology

Binghamton University

May 11th, 2015:

Graduate student mini talks


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