Marco Aime and Guido Barbujani. Why are we different?

Marco Aime and Guido Barbujani. Why are we different?

free admission

Introduced by Giovanni Destro Bisol
Touaregs, Burmese, Tatars, Swedes, Basques, the Maori and the Navajo are all equal yet all different. In the course of Homo Sapiens' evolution there simply hasn't been enough time to split peoples into "races", but the human species does contain within it an extraordinary cultural diversity. Guido Barbujani and Marco Aime will be illustrating the unity in diversity that is such an astonishing feature of our species.

Admission via steps in via Milano 9A, Rome
free admission while seats last


Evolution and Diversity. Meet the Scientists
data 23/11/2011 orario: 18:30
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