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Dr Mark Dyble

Dr Mark Dyble

Affiliated Lecturer in Biological Anthropology

Fellow of Jesus College


Office Phone: +44 (0) 1223 769277

Biography:

I conduct research on the evolution of both human and non-human social systems and their relationship with reproduction, kinship, cooperation, and conflict. My main research project to date has been ethnographic research among the Agta, hunter-gatherers from the northern Philippines. I am interested in the economics of hunting-and-gathering societies and the evolution of human kinship. As well as empirical fieldwork, my research also involves computational and mathematical modelling of social and cultural evolution. I am also involved with the Large Animal Research Group in the Department of Zoology.

Research Interests

Biological Anthropology
Evolutionary anthropology 
The anthropology of hunter-gatherer societies
Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour
Southeast Asia
Human Evolutionary and behavioural ecology

Keywords

  • Evolutionary anthropology
  • Hunter-gatherers
  • Cultural Evolution
  • Mammalian social organisation
  • Kinship