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The Invisible Aspects of Human Evolution: The Origin of Religion

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This panel discussion on "The Origin of Religion," the third session of the Templeton Colloquium at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) on "The Invisible Aspects of Human Evolution," includes experts from a range of fields in anthropology, including archaeology, biological anthropology, and social and cultural anthropology, as well as theology. This colloquium took place April 14, 2014 at the University of Notre Dame and was conceived by Jonathan Marks, Templeton Fellow at the NDIAS and Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Participating from the University of Notre Dame are the session's Moderator: Susan G. Sheridan; and Rapporteur: Neil Arner. The distinguished guest panelists include: Jason Antrosio, Hartwick College; Rachel Caspari, Central Michigan University; Deborah Olszewski, University of Pennsylvania; Jill Pruetz, Iowa State University; Anna C. Roosevelt, University of Illinois, Chicago; Russell H. Tuttle, University of Chicago; and Margaret Wiener, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.