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DISCOVERING EVIDENCE OF CARE FROM THE FOUR FIELDS OF ANTHROPOLOGY: OTHERS AND MOTHERS
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Sponsored By: Biological Anthropology Section
Friday, November 18, 2016: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
Organizers:  Sallie S Han (SUNY College at Oneonta) and Tracy K Betsinger (SUNY College at Oneonta)
Chairs:  Tracy K Betsinger (SUNY College at Oneonta)
Discussants:  Sallie S Han (SUNY College at Oneonta)
4:15 PM
Why Are Human Beings Better Carers Than Chimpanzees and Bonobos?
David Doat (Catholic University of Lille)
4:30 PM
Caregiving As Emotional Support: The Evidence from Non-Human Primates
Corinna A Most (University of California San Diego) and Shirley C Strum (University of California, San Diego)
4:45 PM
the Evolving Role of “Motherhood” Among Late Prehistoric Communities in East Tennessee: From Traditional “Mother” to “Community Mother”
Michaelyn Suzanne Harle (Tennessee Valley Authority), Tracy K Betsinger (SUNY College at Oneonta), Lynne Sullivan (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and Maria Ostendorf Smith (Illinois State University)
5:15 PM
Discussant
Sallie S Han (SUNY College at Oneonta)
5:30 PM
Discussion