2011 Winter Colloquium
Posted by: morrison | January 2, 2011 |
2011 Morrison Institute Winter Colloquium
Jan. 5: Marcel Salathé, Penn State, A High-Resolution Human Contact Network for Infectious Disease Transmission
Jan. 12: Stephanie Forrest, University of New Mexico, The Case for Evolvable Software
Jan. 19: Craig Hadley, Emory University, Food Security and Well-Being in a Time of Crisis: Exploring Patterns of Risk among Ethiopian Households during the 2008 Food Crisis
Jan. 26: Matthew Sommer, Stanford University, Abortion in Late Imperial China: Routine Birth Control, or Crisis and Intervention?
Feb. 2: Arnon Lotem, University of Tel Aviv, The Evolution of Behavioral Mechanisms: Theory and Experiments on Learning Rules and Their Adaptive (or Maladaptive) Consequences
Feb. 9: Li Shuzhuo, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China, Gender Imbalance and Public Security in China: A Community Survey in Villages
Feb. 16: Caitlin Pepperell, Stanford University, Dispersal of M. tuberculosis via the Canadian Fur Trade
Feb. 23: James Holland Jones, Stanford University, Networks, Models of Social Interaction, and the Dynamics of Infectious Disease
Mar. 2: Jean-Jacques Hublin, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Did Pleistocene Hominins Grow Up Like Us?