Radical Anthropology Group
Next evening talk
The evolution of life on earth has not been a purely gradual process. Instead, our present world is the outcome of eight revolutionary leaps or 'major transitions', ranging from the origin of the DNA code to the emergence of language in our own species. When is the next revolution due?
|10 May||Modelling The Origins Of Modern Human Behaviour, The Origins Of Farming, And Adaptation To Changes In Diet||Mark Thomas|
|17 May||We Were Like Sisters: Collective Ritual Practices Among Women Sharing Direct Sales Cosmetics.||Elena Fejdiova|
|24 May||The Masquerade And The Mobile Phone: How Do Local Religious Traditions Survive And Adapt In An Era Of Globalised Technology?||Roger Blench|
|31 May||The Cosmic Vagina: Discovery, Death And The Purification Of Life Among The Maori.||Dave Robinson|
|7 Jun||Through The Dark Vale: Interpreting The Stonehenge Palisade By Interdisciplinary Convergence.||Lionel Sims|
|14 Jun||Falstaff: Lunarchy In The Kingdom Of England.||Camilla Power|
|21 Jun||A Gift From The Heavens: The Cosmology Within Spinning And Weaving||Morag Feeney-Beaton|
|28 Jun||Enlightenment At Night: Metaphor And Knowledge After The Scientific Revolution.||Anthony Auerbach|
Many of our past talks are available as video.