It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for me, what with conferences and talks and meetings and trying to settle into a post-thesis work routine. As always with meetings I came away with my mind buzzing about potential ideas for the future, and as is usual with me, I just assume I will remember all the details and never write anything down! I will write a little about the EHBE meeting once I dig out the program, and I have a half-written post about tensions in the social sciences that I really should finish so I stop brooding over it.
This is the blog of Dr Fiona Jordan, evolutionary anthropologist.
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