A special series of lectures supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute. All lectures to be held at 6pm the London School of Economics, Seligman Library, room A607, Old Building, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE.

2011/2012 Lecture series

2010/2011 Lecture series

Spatial cognition, culture and epistemological frameworks

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

Evolutionary, cognitive and anthropological issues in the study of morality

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

The origin of essentialist reasoning

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

The cultural construction of culture and nature

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

Doing things with categories: the cognitive turn in the study of ethnicity

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the handout of the lecture to watch together with the following video.You can also download the audio of the conference (.mp3).

How do the languages we speak shape the way we think?

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the handout of the lecture to watch together with the following video.

The early ontogeny of collective intentionality and normativity

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the Power Point presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video. Due to confidentiality reasons the video clips of experiments referred to in this lecture have been removed from the presentation.You can also download the audio of the conference (.mp3).

Culture as an evolutionary phenomenon

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the Power Point presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video. You can also download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

To learn is to improvise a movement along a way of life

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

Acting together: How people share actions, tasks, and memories

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the PDF presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video and you can also download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

The naturalness of social institutions: evolved cognition as the foundation of social norms

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the PDF presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video and you can also download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

Hearing God: how American evangelicals learn to experience God as real

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the PDF presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video and you can also download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

How do humans acquire novel cultural skills? The neuronal recycling model

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the Power Point presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video and you can also download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

Reconciling social science and cognitive science views of the self, the person, the individual etc...

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the Power Point presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video and you can also download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

The origin of concepts

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the Power Point presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video.

Do children think that miracles are just fairy stories?

This lecture is part of the special series of lectures 'The Study of Cognition and Culture Today' supported by the LSE Annual Fund, organised by the department of anthropology of the LSE and the International Cognition and Culture Institute.

You can download the Power Point presentation of the lecture to watch together with the following video and you can also download the audio of the presentation (.mp3).

 

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