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Sex, Diet, and How We Live

What Evolution Really Tells Us


Sex, Diet, and How We Live

Lecture by Marlene Zuk

Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior

University of Minnesota


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From the Stone Age diet plan to Paleo workouts, our culture is rife with pseudo-scientific fads based on a time when we supposedly were more “in sync” with nature. Marlene Zuk dismantles this nostalgia and argues that evolution yields neither perfection nor a final product. Part of the Evolution Matters Lecture Series, supported by a generous gift from Drs. Herman and Joan Suit. Free and open to the public Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford Street Free event parking for evening lectures in the 52 Oxford Street Garage

  The Harvard Museum of Natural History presents engaging lectures and programs to excite the public about natural history. Their lectures and programs are open to the public and held at 26 Oxford Street, Cambridge.

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