Medical Anthropology: Human Evolution According To Brain Size From Primates To The Modern Day Human

From November 10, 2020 19:00 until November 10, 2020

Presented by Jenny Haigh

Medical Anthropology is a subfield of anthropology and part of the social sciences that draws upon social, cultural, biological, and linguistic anthropology to better understand those factors which can influence health and well-being. Anthropologists conventionally conduct extensive field research to contextualise human behaviour and specific beliefs and values.

This talk is aimed at promoting understanding of the social sciences and anthropology as a whole and will hopefully promote understanding of how anthropology is even linked to the modern day way of living and how it plays an important role in our everyday living  and showing how important periods of history have helped us to adapt to a modern way of living.  

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