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Special Lecture Series: THE NATURAL COOK: A THEORY OF HUMAN EVOLUTION

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LEVERHULME CENTRE FOR HUMAN EVOLUTIONARY STUDIES

Richard Wrangham Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University

Special Lecture Series: THE NATURAL COOK : A THEORY OF HUMAN EVOLUTION

Tuesday 1 May The cooking animal: how humans are unique

Tuesday 8 May The strange secret of cooking: soft foods are energy rich

Tuesday 15 May The mind of the cook: why we eat so nicely

Tuesday 22 May The Pleistocene journey: humans as the cooking ape

The lectures will be held at 5 pm in the Seminar Room at LEVERHULME CENTRE FOR HUMAN EVOLUTIONARY STUDIES The Henry Wellcome Building, Fitzwilliam Street, Cambridge CB2 1QH

Enquiries and information: admin@human-evol.cam.ac.uk and http://www.human-evol.cam.ac.uk/ ALL WELCOME

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