Renowned evolutionary anthropologist Professor Robin Dunbar explains how the very distant past underpins all of our current behaviours, and how we can best utilise that knowledge.
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Robin Dunbar talks with Guardian Science Weekly podcast about his new book “How Many Frinds Does One Person Need”
Robin Dunbar (of the Dunbar Number) chats with Alok Jah of the Guardian (along with others) about friendships and the Dunbar number, which is the theoretical limit of viable stable relationships one person can have.
Dunbuar’s new book, "How Many Friends Does One Person Need" is also out and discussed.
In 1912 a four year-old boy named Bobby Dunbar went missing in a swamp in Louisiana. Eight months later, he was found in the hands of a wandering handyman in Mississippi (the picture at left was taken just days later). Reporter Tal McThenia co-authored a book about the Bobby Dunbar story called A Case For Solomon.
An excursion into the history of Japanese studies with William Kelly (Yale)