Kim Hill: Human Sociality, Human Universals, and Protecting Isolated Societies

The Dissenter | 27 September 2021 | 1h 44m | Listen Later | iTunes | Spotify
Interview with Kim Hill about hunter-gatherer tribes and human sociality. Discusses what anthropologists learn from traditional societies, how we can compare contemporary hunter-gatherers with the societies we evolved in. Considers aspects of human sociality, including foraging, food sharing, life history and parental investment, human cooperation and cultural norms, fission-fusion phenomena, co-residence, marriage, inter-band interactions and cumulative culture, and wealth and economic inequality. Explains how best to protect isolated tribes.

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