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Human evolution: new approaches, new questions

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The study of human evolution has been transformed in recent years by the range of approaches – from archaeology and anthropology, to genetics, to ecology and palaeoecology, to psychology and cognitive science – which are now possible. Not only does this mean we know more, but we are also able to ask new questions about our past. This talk will explore some of these developments and the new perspectives they provide for reconstructing the evolutionary history of the human species.

This talk is part of the Trinity College Science Society (TCSS) series.

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