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From Ardipithecus to agriculture: the science of diet and human evolution

Date: 03/10/14
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Audience: Public
Sponsored By: EvoS Program, EvoS Club, Student Association, Campus Auxiliary Services, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Location: Lecture Center 102
Contact: Briana Tauber, x2379,

With increased public awareness of the nature of the industrialized food complex and the health consequences associated with a typical ‘westernized’ diet, there has been a considerable amount of discussion in the popular media regarding the diet of our ancestors, centered principally around the question of what we have evolved to eat. In this lecture, Ken Nystrom, associate professor in the Department of Anthropology, will discuss the science of diet and human evolution.