© Radical Anthropology Group

London’s Longest running Evening class

4 Nov 
	Out	of	Africa	or	Multiregional	Evolution	for	modern	humans	– why	is	there	still	a	debate?    
Chris Stringer

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Autumn Term syllabus available hereEvening_Class.htmlHome_files/Autumn%202014.pdfshapeimage_6_link_0shapeimage_6_link_1

       The Radical Anthropology Group is about anthropology - the ways in which we are, and the ways in which we came to be, human. Everyone with an interest in anthropology is welcome to attend our weekly Tuesday lectures.


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- JRAI: “The politics of Eros: ritual dialogue and egalitarianism in three Central African hunter-gatherer societies” by Morna Finneganhttp://www.radicalanthropologygroup.org/old/pub_Morna_JRAI.pdf
- PaleoAnthropology: “The Seasonality Thermostat: Female Reproductive Synchrony and Male Behavior in Monkeys, Neanderthals, and Modern Humans” by Camilla Power, Volker Sommer and Ian Wattshttp://paleoanthro.org/static/journal/content/PA20130033.pdfhttp://paleoanthro.org/static/journal/content/PA20130033.pdfhttp://paleoanthro.org/static/journal/content/PA20130033.pdfhttp://paleoanthro.org/static/journal/content/PA20130033.pdfhttp://libcom.org/history/anthropology-reclaiming-dragon-what-was-primitive-communismshapeimage_11_link_0shapeimage_11_link_1shapeimage_11_link_2shapeimage_11_link_3

- RAG has changed home. The evening class is now held in the upstairs function room at Cock Tavern, 23 Phoenix Road, London NW1 1HB.