Future Speaking Engagements

October 26, 2022                Princeton University Theoretical Ecology Tea. “The Archaeological Record and Ecology.”

September 30 2022             University of Michigan Museum at 100: Dual Inheritance and Quantitative Modeling, Cultural Evolution Evolves. “Understanding Humanity Past and Present Via Agent-Based Modeling.”

September 14 2022            BIOCHANGE Symposium: New perspectives on biodiversity dynamics and stewardship under future global change. Aarhus University, Denmark. “Understanding the Human Place in Ecosystems from the Archaeological Record.”

Past Invited Speaking Events

2022                ICTP and UNESCO International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development. Quantifying Human Ecology: Untangling the Determinants of Sustainability. “Understanding the Human Place in Ecosystems from the Archaeological Record.” July 26.

2022                Ecological Networks Working Group, Université de Montréal. “The Human Place in Networks”. May 10.

2022                The University of Edinburgh School of History, Classics, and Archaeology. “How Environmental Interactions Shape Social Dynamics Worldwide: Lessons from the Archaeoecology Project.” April 20.

2022                Washington University in St. Louis Department of Anthropology Friday Archaeology. “What Happened Next? Relatively few superhighways directed the initial peopling of Sahul.” March 25.

2022                High Performance Computing User Forum Annual Meeting Plenary. “Landscape rules predict optimal superhighways for the first peopling of Sahul.” March 18.

2022                NASA Earth Exchange Invited Lecture. “Native Title and Fires in Australia.” February 28.

2022                The University of Vermont Complex Systems Center. “Archaeoecology: Using the archaeological past to understand our present and future.” February 10.

2021                BIOCHANGE Seminar, Aarhus University Center for Biodiversity Dynamics in a Changing World. December 8.

2021                The Center for the Dynamics of Social Complexity & NIMBioS Autumn Seminar and Webinar Series: Celebrating the 150th anniversary of The Descent of Man. “Modern Lessons of applying Socio-Environmental Modeling to the Archaeological Record.” November 16.

2021                SITE Santa Fe Public Lecture Series. “Human Migrations in Deep Time.” October 18.

2021                Humboldt Days: Human Biogeography and Understanding the Spatial Distribution of People, Cultures, and Languages. Netherlands. September 16.

2021                The Complexity of Sustainability: The Built Environment. April 8.

2021                Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research Mainz, Theorizing Resilience & Vulnerability in Ancient Studies. January 19.

2020                The College of William & Mary Colloquium Series. “Placing Humans in Past Ecosystems.” October 21.

2020                IMSET Workshop: Knowledge Gaps in Long-Term Human Ecodynamics, “Toward a Science of Archaeoecology.” September 13.

2020                The Stockholm School of Economics Corona Economic Research Network, “Mask Donations in the time of COVID.” September 3.

2020                The Princeton Theoretical Ecology Lab, “Using Archaeological Data to Reconstruct Ecosystems of the Past.” July 8.

2020                The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage, “What Happened Next? Relatively Few ‘Super-Highways’ Directed the Initial Peopling of Sahul.” May 20.

2020                The Women in Network Science Seminar Series, “Using the Deep-Time of Archaeology to Understand Human-Environment Interactions.” May 13.

2020                The Santa Fe Institute Wednesday Online Lecture Series, “Examining Complex Socio-Ecological Systems in Australia.” March 18.

2020                Brigham Young University Visiting Scientist Seminar Series, “Using the Deep-Time of Archaeology to Understand Human-Environment Interactions.” March 14.

2020                Yale University, Center for the Study of American Politics, Computational Social Science Workshop. February 17.

2020                Takeda Studio, “Climate Change and Human Health.” February 10.

2019                Cambridge Centre for Computer and Digital Archaeology. “Using the Deep-Time of Archaeology to Understand Human-Environment Interactions.” Cambridge University, United Kingdom, May 14.

2019                Keynote. Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 15,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes. Kiel University, Germany, March 10.

2019                National Socio Environmental Synthesis Center. Annapolis, MD, February 11.

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