Swarthmore Evolving

This Wednesday, I’ll be coming to Swarthmore College to give a public lecture about human evolution. I had originally planned to focus on some of the cutting-edge discoveries I include in my upcoming book, from brain genes to enigmatic hobbits. But now that the big creationism trial is scheduled to get underway a couple hours away in Dover, Pa., on Monday, I’ll talk about that as well–in particular how scientists continue to find evidence of human evolution, despite what some op-ed writing politicians may claim.

Scroll down for information on my talk here. It’s at 7:15 at Scheuer Room, Kohlberg Hall. Here’s a map of the campus to help you find your way. Hope to meet a few Loom readers there.

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