Dr. Karen Kramer
Food, Fertility & Cooperation: The Evolutionary Story of Human Population Growth
5:00 pm–6:00 pm
Burnett Hall Room: 115
Additional Info: BURN
Anthropology, (402) 472-2411, firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the characteristics that defines humans is our demographic success compared to other closely related species. The capacity for population growth has profound effects on people’s lives today, but it is also one of the remarkable stories of our evolutionary history. Compared to other closely related species, humans are particularly good at procuring food, surviving, finding mates, reproducing and cooperating. It is no accident that these traits are linked.
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