Eva C. Wikberg

Research Associate
Department of Anthropology and Archaeology
University of Calgary

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Courses taught

Introduction to Primatology and Human Evolution
Anth 201 at the University of Calgary (2015)
Introduction to evolutionary theory, human and non-human primate evolution, taxonomy and social organization.

Primate Behaviour
Anth 311 at the University of Calgary (2015)
Introduction to primate behaviour research and theory.

Field Studies in Primatology
Anth 552 at the University of Calgary (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
Intensive training in ecological and behavioural data collection methods for four weeks in Ghana. The students implement these methods during independent research projects. A portion of the course also involves visits to different eco-tourism sites in Ghana and a critical assessment of wildlife management techniques.


Teaching assistantship

Method in Primatology
Anth 413 at the University of Calgary (2005, 2006)
Behavioral data collection techniques and data analysis. This course has a large practical component at the Calgary Zoo.

Evolutionary Anthropology
Anth 435 at the University of Calgary (2006, 2007)
Evolution of human and non-human primate behavior by natural selection, kin selection, and sexual selection. This course emphasizes critical thinking and discussion of important papers in this field.

Primate Behaviour
Anth 311 at the University of Calgary (2006)
Primate social structure, cognition, communication, and conservation.

Introduction to Primatology and Human Evolution
Anth 201 at the University of Calgary (2012)
Introduction to evolutionary theory, human and non-human primate evolution, taxonomy and social organization.

Introduction Social Anthropology
Anth 203 at the University of Calgary (2010)
The nature of human society.


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