1. As part of the British Academy International Partnership Mobility award that enabled Josh Birchall from the Museu Goeldi to visit us back in October, Fiona is currently in Belém, Brazil to meet with collaborators on an incipient comparative database of South American language and kinship.
  2. As part of her trip, Fiona gave a talk on “As dinâmicas da diversidade cultural e linguística” (The Dynamics of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity).
  3. Friend-of-the-lab, Bristol Anthropology PhD student Janet Howard published a paper titled Frequency-dependent female genital cutting behaviour confers evolutionary fitness benefits in Nature Ecology & Evolution. Read The Economist’s summary here.
  4. Peter Racz’s paper Social Salience Discriminates Learnability of Contextual Cues in an Artificial Language has been published in Frontiers in Psychology.

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