Webinars: social networks and cultural evolution in prehistoric hunter-gatherers

I strongly recommend this webinar series, running from late October through November. I’ve always felt social networks have huge potential for application in studies of hunter-gatherers, mainly after reading Clive Gamble’s ‘Palaeolithic Societies of Europe’, ideas of communities of practice, and especially after reading work by Migliano and colleagues working with present-day hunter-gatherers. My hopes are this seminar will push these ideas further! Great list of speakers!!!!!

Free

Registration deadline October 16th.

More info: https://paleodem.eu/paleodem-webinars/

The Paleodem Project is organizing a Webinar series that will bring together worldwide leading experts in archaeology, behavioral ecology, evolutionary anthropology and complex systems to foster cross-disciplinary discussions about structural dependence of cultural cumulative change, cultural dynamics on and social networks in the Human Past.The webinars, that will take place from October 27th to November 17th 2020, will focus on the application of social network analysis to understand human cultural evolution, with special focus on hunter-gatherer societies.The PALEODEM Webinar series will thus,

  1. Create a space that fosters an exchange of core knowledge about cultural cumulative change, cultural dynamics and social networks.
  2. Introduce recent case studies of social networks analysis to the study of human cultural evolution based on archaeological, ethnographic and experimental data.
  3. Foster discussion on cross-disciplinary theoretical frameworks about the structural dependence of cultural cumulative change, cultural dynamics on and social networks in the Human Past. 

Please visit the Paleodem Website (https://paleodem.eu/paleodem-webinars/) to know more details about the event, such as panelists, detailed programme and registration. The registration is free and will be open till October 16th. registration is free and will be open till October 16th. 

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