CONFLICT AND COOPERATION: THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL INTERACTIONS
April 21st, 2006
Friday April 28th, 2006
Sherman-Fairchild Room 102
7 Divinity Avenue, Harvard University
10:30am - Richard Wrangham (Harvard University) - "Why Apes Kill: the evolution of offensive violence"
11:30am - Joan Strassmann (Rice University) - Genes for Cooperation and Conflict in a Social Amoeba"
2:00pm - Goran Arnqvist (University of Uppsala) - "Social tension: sexual conflict and its role in mating system evolution"
3:00pm - Ashleigh Griffin (University of Edinburgh) - "Cooperation in space"
4:00pm - Laurent Keller (University of Lausanne) - "Interactions between genes and social environment modulate behavior of fire ants"
Reception to follow.
Sponsored by the Genetics and Genomics Training Program.
Contact Kyle at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.