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Date/Time

Sun, February 5, 2012
7:30 PM

Location
Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston, Illinois

Details:


Activities:
Sunday, 5 Feb., 1700 h in Lumpkin Auditorium (rm2030)
Eric Meikle (NCSE)
Lecture – Opposition to evolution in America: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

Monday, 6 Feb., 1900 h in Lumpkin Auditorium (rm2030)
Eric Meikle (NCSE)
Lecture – Darwin and the human fossil record: 150 years of discovery, exploration, and debate.

Tuesday, 7 Feb., 1630 h in LS2080
film – “Hominid paleobiology” (part of the 2011 Holiday lectures on science from the HHMI – Bones, Stones & Genes: The Origins of Modern Humans).

Wednesday, 8 Feb., 1900 h in Lumpkin Auditorium (rm2030)
Paul Garber (Univ. of Illinois -Anthropology)
Lecture – Playing nice: The ecological and social benefits of cooperative behavior in primate evolution.

Thursday, 9 Feb., 1200 h in Phipps Auditorium (PS1205)
Jada Benn-Torres (Notre Dame Univ. – Anthropology)
Lecture – Race, genetics, and health.

Event Website: http://castle.eiu.edu/bio_data/news/darwin_day.php

Address: Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston/IL 61920

Sponsor: Darwin Day Committee (EIU)

Contact: Stephen Mullin
Email: sjmullin@eiu.edu
Phone: 217.581.6234