ERICK HOWENSTINE, chair of the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Northeastern Illinois University, speaks on “The Evolution of Human Beings: A Geographer’s Perspective.” A self-described “armchair evolutionist,” Howenstine will discuss the role of location, place, niche, territory, and movement in the assembling of the human species. He may even challenge “our notion of what it eans to be human.”
All are invited to Coffee Hour after the talk. The Sunday programs are free and open to the public, and childcare is available. For more information, please visit ethicalhuman.org.