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Northwest Evolution, Ecology, and Human Behavior Symposium

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The Department of Anthropology at Boise State is excited to announce the second annual Northwest Evolution, Ecology, and Human Behavior Symposium to be held at Boise State University, March 7-9, 2014. The purpose of this symposium is to encourage communication and collaboration between scholars in the Northwest region interested in these topics.

View This Year’s NWEEHB Program

Conference Plenary Speakers:

  • Jack Broughton, University of Utah, “The Behavioral Ecology of Holocene Hunting in Western North America”
  • Patricia Lambert, Utah State University, “Warfare and Climate Change: Theoretical Perspectives on Warfare Causality in Ancient North America”
  • Doug Jones, University of Utah, “Kinship, Reputation, and Rules”
  • Larry Sugiyama, University of Oregon, “Life History, Market Integration, and Health among the Shar of Ecuadorian Amazonia”
  • Todd Surovell, University of Wyoming, “Human Spatial Positioning and its Archaeological Implications: A Case Study Among Mongolia’s Reindeer Herders”

View Last Year’s Program Here