Colloquium


FS 2019

The seminars will take place in the Anthropological Institute seminar room
Y42 K-88  Time: 16:15 - 17:15


Date

18. February 2019
Title Social transmission of foraging behaviour in bottlenose dolphins and its interplay with climate change
Who Dr. Sonja Wild
Affiliation Ecology and Evolution Group, University of Leeds (UK)
Contact Michael Krützen

 

Date

25. February 2019
Title Acoustic monitoring of bats and toothed whales
Who Dr. Jens Koblitz
Affiliation Department of Collective Behaviour, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology and University of Konstanz (D)
Contact Erik Willems

 

Date

04. March 2019
Title Simple rules in complex animal societies
Who Dr. Damien Farine
Affiliation Department of Collective Behaviour, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology and University of Konstanz (D)
Contact Erik Willems

 

Date

11. March 2019
Title Do you mind the gap? Primatology and human evolution at the southern end of the African Rift
Who Prof. Dr. Susana Carvalho
Affiliation Institute of Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Oxford (UK)
Contact Andrea Migliano

 

Date

25. March 2019
Title Matriliny in China. Using the toolkit from behavioural ecology to study cultural evolution
Who Prof. Dr. Ruth Mace
Affiliation Department of Anthropology, University College London (UK)
Contact Andrea Migliano

 

Date

01. April 2019
Title Predators, primates and landscapes of fear
Who Prof. Dr. Russell A. Hill
Affiliation Department of Anthropology, Durham University (UK)
Contact Tony Weingrill

 

Date

15. April 2019
Title Sexual conflict and coercion in Bornean orangutans
Who Prof. Dr. Cheryl Knott
Affiliation Department of Anthropology, Boston University (USA)
Contact Julia Kunz

 

Date

13. May 2019
Title Personality in pairs: How personality affects bonds and cooperation
Who Dr. Sonja Koski
Affiliation Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki (FIN)
Contact Judith Burkart

 

Date

27. May 2019
Title Without words: How do we investigate meaning in great ape communication?
Who Dr. Cat Hobaiter
Affiliation School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St. Andrews (UK)
Contact Kathelijne Koops