The Center for the
Integrative Study of Animal Behavior and the
Department of Biology is pleased to host the 2001
International Hamilton Symposium, in conjunction with
an interdisciplinary graduate seminar taught by
conference organizers Curt Lively and Michael Wade.
Invited guest speakers are: Marlene Zuk
(University of California-Riverside), Paul
Schmid-Hempel (ETH, Zurich), Andrew F. Read
(University of Edinburgh), and Steven A. Frank
(University of California-Irvine). Speakers from
Indiana University are Michael Wade (Department of
Biology), Curt Lively (Department of Biology), and
Elisabeth A. Lloyd (History & Philosophy of
Science). Topics include levels of selection, kin
selection in particular, and parasite-mediated
selection for sex and mate choice.
speaker information and talk abstracts, click on
speaker names. Posters are listed at the bottom of
this page. All talks are open to the public. (Photos
and web-design: Martha Holder.)
MORE ABOUT W.D. HAMILTON
W.D. 2000. The
Narrow Roads of Gene Land: The Collected Papers of
W.D. Hamilton (Evolution of Sex, 2) Getty
Center for Education in the Arts.
Livey & Wade's concurrent Interdisciplinary
Seminar in Animal Behavior (Spring 2001)
Donald Hamilton (1993 Kyoto Prize Laureate
Grafen, Alan. 2000. W.D.
Hamilton. The Guardian (9 March 2000).
Trivers, Robert. 2000. Obituary
of W.D. Hamilton. Gruter Institute for Law and
Memory of Bill Hamilton
honoring W.D. Hamilton (Oct 2000, UC-Berkeley)