Darwinian Feminism

Date: 11:30 am | Sunday 20 October 2013

Venue: The Braggs, The University of Adelaide


150 years after Darwin first published On the Origin of Species, some of the ideas he inspired remain a source of passionate controversy. Bioligists and feminist scholars are often opposed to each other’s approaches and conclusions, polemical in their views on the nature and nurture of human behaviour. Dr Amy Parish uses an evolutionary, bio-cultural, feminist and interdisciplinary approach to shed light on the human behavioural repertoire.


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