Agustin Fuentes on Human Nature, Early Experience, and Our Social Niche

Agustin Fuentes, professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, gave this in-depth talk “Social Cooperation, Niche Construction, and the Core Role of Intergenerational Bonding in Human Evolution”. It comes with a warm and touching introduction by Jim McKenna. Great to see both of my friends in action!

Augustin Fuentes, Human Nature and Early Experience from ACEatND on Vimeo.

His talk was part of a conference on Human Nature and Early Experience, and you can access more videos from the conference, including talks by Stephen Soumi, Douglas Fry, Vincent Felliti, Wenda Trevathan, and many other illumaries.

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One Response to Agustin Fuentes on Human Nature, Early Experience, and Our Social Niche

  1. KBHC says:

    This looks great – thanks for sharing Daniel!

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