Evolutionary anthropology is the study of humankind's place in nature. The central questions of this unique discipline revolve around how humans arose from our primate ancestors, how our distinctive attributes – such as enhanced cognitive abilities, striding bipedal locomotion, and our extraordinary connections with culture and technology – came to be, and why, from an evolutionary perspective, we behave the way we do.

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Evolutionary Anthropology Talk Series (EATS)

EATS is the Evolutionary Anthropology department's weekly seminar. We host a mix of external faculty and student invited speakers, and also showcase the work of our own students and faculty.

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