Membership is open to all who share this as a basic research, teaching, or applied interest. The Cultural Evolution Society is committed to a broad, pluralistic and interdisciplinary perspective, which brings together all researchers applying evolutionary theory to the understanding of cultural inheritance and evolution.
Due to circumstances far beyond the local organising team's control, the date and local venue has changed.
The conference will be held now on September 14-16th, a week earlier than originally announced. The venue is now the Sapporo Convention Centre rather than the University of Hokkaido campus.
Please visit the Conferences page for more details.
The next Cultural Evolution Society conference will be hosted at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
Dates: September 21-23 (Monday-Wednesday), 2020.
The local and scientific committees of CES 2020 are looking forward to welcoming you to Japan's most beautiful university campus, which is located in Hokkaido, the northern island of Japan. Led by Masanori Takezawa, CES Executive Officer, the local committee has worked very hard to gain funding to ensure registration fees and costs are as low as possible.
Announcements will follow on the website, so please 'save the date' in your calendars.
The Cultural Evolution Society is holding elections to replace four outgoing members of the Executive Committee.
Only dues-paying members of the CES are entitled to vote in this election. Members will receive an invitation to vote electronically and elections will be open throughout November 2019.
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Please see all details on the dedicated Workshop Fund page. The deadline for the next call will be in April 2020.