Dan Lieberman and Evan Hadingham discuss the thrilling stories behind some of the most important human origins discoveries ever made.
April 7, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Why are humans the way we are? One way to answer this question is to look to our closest cousins, the chimpanzees. Join Assistant Professor of Psychology and Anthropology Alexandra Rosati of the University of Michigan and Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Biology Zarin Machanda of Tufts University as they examine the world of chimpanzees, including chimpanzee social lives, ecological context, and how they think and solve problems. By understanding what it means to be a chimpanzee, we can turn back the evolutionary clock to glimpse the origins of human cognition and behavior.
This program is presented in partnership by The Leakey Foundation and the American Museum of Natural History. This event takes place at 4 pm Pacific / 7 pm Eastern.
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NOTE: Don’t miss this lecture! This event will not be recorded. Please RSVP to watch this one-time event on Wednesday, April 7th at 4 pm Pacific – 5 pm Mountain – 6 pm Central – 7 pm Eastern