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Two days of Darwin lectures

From: Bruce G.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 7, 2014 5:14 PM

Although a bit pricey, this lecture series sounds very interesting - if you have the time and the $$...




From NCSE, National Center for Science Education

We thought that you might like to know about "In the Light of Evolution
VIII: Darwinian Thinking in the Social Sciences," a January 10-11,
, Arthur M. Sackler colloquium at the Arnold and Mabel Beckman
Center, 100 Academy Drive in Irvine.

A description of the colloquium: "Darwinian thinking is now having a
major impact in social science, both in the consideration of the
consequences of biological and cultural evolution on traditional
questions, and in the use of quasi-Darwinian adaptive dynamics in
evolutionary game theory. This Darwinian point of view is having a
major impact on economics, political science, sociology, anthropology,
and demography."

Admission is $150 (which includes breakfast and lunch on both days);
$100 for graduate students and post-docs. For further information,

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