Hunter-gatherers Resilience, studied hunter-gatherers in Congo (Mbendjele), Malaysia(Batek), Thailand (Maniq) and the Philippines (Agta), using behavioural ecology, life history theory, theories of cooperation, cultural transmission and genetics to explore how variation in life history traits, kin selection, mate systems, cooperative behaviour, differentially contribute to hunter-gatherer resilience in the past, present and future
Hunter-Gatherers Resilience Project (Video report)
This video is about a workshop in Cornwall (2014) with PhD students returning from a year of fieldwork with different hunter-gatherers groups. We used this time to analyse cross-culture data and develop collaborative papers. In the video the PhD students talk about their experiences, and field results.