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Sociality, Sex, and Evolution in a Gregarious Primate: Social Bonds as Reproductive Strategies in Baboons

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Sociality, Sex, and Evolution in a Gregarious Primate: Social Bonds as Reproductive Strategies in Baboons

Monday, April 28, 2008

Columbia University, Schermerhorn Extension

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Presented by Anthropology Section

 

Discussion of the social bonds of Savanna and Hamadryas baboons – similarities and differences – and what role they play in models of human behavioral evolution.

Speaker: Larissa Swedell, Queens College, CUNY. Discussant: Thomas Plummer, Queens College, CUNY