ALLELE Lecture by David Geary: The Evolution of Vulnerability

Northlawn Auditorium (Room 1000)

The Alabama Lecture Series on Life's Evolution (ALLELE) presents a lecture by David Geary of the University of Missouri. It is entitled, "The Evolution of Vulnerability." All ALLELE lectures are free and open to the public.

FABLE Talk: Maegan McCane

109 ten Hoor 350 Marrs Spring Rd, Tuscaloosa, AL

For the October program in the For Anthropologists Beginning Lifelong Engagements (FABLE) series, MA student Maegan McCane will present a talk titled "La chica de Chocó: Connecting with Communities in Colombia."

FABLE Talk: Dr. Flavio Silva

109 ten Hoor 350 Marrs Spring Rd, Tuscaloosa, AL

For the November program in the For Anthropologists Beginning Lifelong Engagements (FABLE) series, UA postdoc fellow Dr. Flavio Silva will present a talk titled "If Stones Could Talk: The Use of Stone Tools to Understand Exchange During The Maya Classic."

FABLE Talk: Dr. Amber Huff & Dr. Patrick Huff

109 ten Hoor 350 Marrs Spring Rd, Tuscaloosa, AL

For the December program in the For Anthropologists Beginning Lifelong Engagements (FABLE) series, social anthropologists and political ecologists Dr. Amber Huff and Dr. Patrick Huff will present a talk titled "Many Futures are Possible, and Some are Already in the Making: Indigeneity, Autonomy and Reconceptualizing Development."