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http://vimeo.com/10763241 Eighth Annual Paul D. Bartlett, Sr. Lecture - February 25, 2010, at the Linda Hall Library Did humans become human when they developed the ability to create and use tools or was it when they learned to flambé? Richard Wrangham, author of "Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human," explores the role of cooking in evolution. Dr. Wrangham is the Ruth Moore Professor of Biological Anthropology at Harvard University, Curator of Primate Behavioral Biology at the Peabody Museum, and…Find out more »
http://vimeo.com/22414954 April 13, 2011, in the Linda Hall Library Main Reading Room. Ninth Annual Paul D. Bartlett Sr. Lecture. Michael Gordin is a Professor of History of Science at Princeton University.Find out more »
http://vimeo.com/37687509 10th Annual Paul D. Bartlett, Sr. Lecture Can the collapse of the world financial markets be explained in part by human evolutionary history? Are human economic decisions--rational & irrational--determined as much by nature as by intellect? Psychology professor Laurie R. Santos delves into questions about human economic behavior and decision-making through her behavioral studies of capuchin monkeys. Dr. Santos is an associate professor of psychology at Yale University and the director of Yale University's Comparative Cognition Laboratory.Find out more »
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