The European Human Behaviour and Evolution (EHBE) conferences aim to provide a much needed interdisciplinary European forum for discussing evolutionary research applied to the behavioural sciences, broadly interpreted. We are committed to organising genuinely interdisciplinary conferences that bring together all researchers applying evolutionary theory to the behavioural sciences, including not only the main branches of human behavioural ecology, evolutionary psychology and cultural evolution, but including disciplines such as evolutionary archaeology, sociology and medicine.
Please visit the links below for information on past and future meetings.
- EHBEA 2013 (VU Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
- EHBEA 2012 (University of Durham, UK)
- EHBEA 2011 (University of Giessen, Germany)
flyer, programme & abstracts
- EHBEA 2010 (University of Wroclaw, Poland)
report & programme & photos
- EHBE 2009 (University of St Andrews, Scotland)
report & photos
- EHBE 2008 (Montpellier University, France)
programme and report & photos
- EHBE 2007 (London School of Economics, UK)
programme, photos & report
- EHBE 2006 (London School of Economics, UK)
programme & photos
EHBEA also organises occasional workshops and meetings to promote understanding of evolution and human behaviour, facilitate research collaborations and further research. Students organising workshops are also encouraged to apply for the workshop grants. The EHBEA committee considers applications for workshop funding once a year. The deadline for submitting a funding proposal is 5pm (GMT) on the 15th of December each year. Please complete this workshop proposal forma> and email to the EHBEA Secretary.
- The Nordic Evolutionary Psychology Meeting (University of Turku, Finland) 13-14 September, 2012 (report)
- Diversity and Integration in Scottish Psychology and Evolution Research (University of Stirling, UK) 7 February, 2012 (report)
- Applied Evolutionary Anthropology: Darwinian Approaches to Contemporary World Issues (University of Bristol, UK) 14-16 September 2011 (report)
- Contemporary Childbearing and Evolutionary Theory (St. John’s College, Oxford, UK) 31 March - 1 April, 2011 (report)
- The Darwinian Renaissance in the Humanities and Social Sciences (Queen Mary, University of London, UK) November 2009 (report)