Welcome to the ALLELE (ALabama LEctures on Life's Evolution) seminar series. The series organizing committee, the Evolution Working Group, is pleased to present the 11th series of lectures on evolution. The lectures are designed for a non-specialist audience and are free and open to the public.
September 15, 2017: Nina Jablonski
"Human Skin Color is an Evolutionary Adaptation, not a Racial Characteristic"
October 12, 2017: Kristi Curry Rogers
“From Madagascar to Microscopes: Breathing Life into Dinosaurs”
November 9, 2017: Speaking Evolution
February 8, 2018: Bernard Crespi
“Where Darwin Meets Freud: The Evolutionary and Psychological Genetics of Human Cognitive Architecture”
March 1, 2018: Gene Robinson
“Me to We: Searching for the Genetic Roots of Social Life”
April 12 2018: Don Hoffman
“The Case Against Reality: Why Evolution Hides
the Truth from Our Eyes”
Explore this site for information about future lectures, past speakers, and the organizing committee; and check back soon for more information about the coming years' series.
Check out the past ALLELE lectures on our Vimeo Channel.