Mark Dyble

Mark Dyble

Former Research Fellow

UT1 Capitole

Research interests

Human behavioural ecology; evolutionary anthropology; hunter-gatherers; social organisation; human social evolution; kinship; evolutionary theory.

Biography

I am an evolutionary anthropologist interested in the social organisation of hunter-gatherer and other small-scale societies and have conducted ethnographic fieldwork with hunter-gatherers from the northern Philippines. I am also interested in behavioural ecology and the evolution of sociality (both in humans and non-human animals) more broadly.

Contact

E-mail : see the e-mail

Office : ME 503.1