Bibliography on Evolutionary Anthropology, Biology and History

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  • Wettlaufer, Jörg (2018): Vortrag: Honor and Shame as adaptive human emotional capacities between biology and culture. Workshop: Honor-Shame Dynamics in Western History, ZIF Bielefeld, 14.-16. Juni 2018.
  • Wettlaufer, Jörg (2018): Vortrag: Lebenszyklus und Alltag im Spätmittelalter: biokulturelle Anpassungen aus der Perspektive einer evolutionären Geschichtswissenschaft, 18. interdisziplinäre Jahrestagung der MVE-Liste (Menschliches Verhalten in Evolutionärer Perspektive), 21.-23. September 2018, Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum, Frankfurt am Main.
  • Wettlaufer, Jörg (2019): Vortrag: "Warum gibt es immer noch keine Evolutionäre Geschichtswissenschaft?" 19. MVE Tagung, Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst 12.-14.9.19.
  • Wettlaufer, Jörg [zusammen mit Johanna Forster] (2005): Organisation des Panels „Global History and Evolution“ auf der 1. Europäischen Konferenz für Welt- und Globalgeschichte, Leipzig, 22.-25. September 2005 in Leipzig. Vortrag: World and global history and their relation to recent tendencies in evolutionary anthropology, sowie: Cultural history in a global perspective. The history of the social use of emotions as an example for evolutionary shaped aspects of cultural global history.
  • White, E. & J. Losco (Eds.): Biology and Bureaucracy: Public Administration and Public Policy from the Perspective of Evolutionary, Genetic, and
  • White, E. (Ed.): Sociobiology and Human Politics. Papers from a Symposium. Philadelphia, April 1977 (Lexington MA: Heath, 1981).
  • Wickler W. (1981): Die Biologie der zehn Gebote - Warum die Natur für uns kein Vorbild ist (überarbeitete Neuauflage). Piper, München
  • Wickler, W.: Die Biologie der Zehn Gebote (München: Serie Piper, 1981).
  • Wiegele, T.C. (Ed.): Biology and the Social Sciences: An Emerging Revolution (Boulder: Westview Press, 1982).
  • Williams, Bobby Joe. 2005. Kin selection in human populations: Theory reconsidered. Human Biology 77(4): 421-431.
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    Brooke, J. L., & Larsen, C. S. (2014). The Nurture of Nature: Genetics, Epigenetics, and Environment in Human BiohistoryThe Nurture of Nature. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1500–1513.
    Della Rocca, M. (2017). Chapter 5 - Histories of the Brain: Toward a Critical Interaction of the Humanities and Neurosciences. In J. Leefmann & E. Hildt (Eds.), The Human Sciences after the Decade of the Brain (pp. 61–77). San Diego: Academic Press.
    Fortunato, L. (2015). Marriage Systems, Evolution of. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition) (pp. 611–619). Oxford: Elsevier.
    Fortunato, L. (2017). Insights From Evolutionary Anthropology on the (Pre)history of the Nuclear Family. Cross-Cultural Research, 51(2), 92–116.
    Gordin, M. D. (2014). Evidence and the Instability of BiologyEvidence and the Instability of Biology. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1621–1629.
    Harper, K. (2014). The Sentimental Family: A Biohistorical PerspectiveThe Sentimental Family. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1547–1562.
    Hunt, L. (2014). The Self and Its HistoryThe Self and Its History. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1576–1586.
    Kandler Anne, Wilder Bryan, & Fortunato Laura. (n.d.). Inferring individual-level processes from population-level patterns in cultural evolution. Royal Society Open Science, 4(9), 170949.
    Leefmann, J., & Hildt, E. (2017). Introduction. In J. Leefmann & E. Hildt (Eds.), The Human Sciences after the Decade of the Brain (pp. xi–xix). San Diego: Academic Press.
    Love, M. W. (2019). The Emergence of Premodern States: New Perspectives on the Development of Complex Societies. JEREMY A. SABLOFF and PAULA L. W. SABLOFF, editors. 2018. SFI Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico. iv + 369 pages. $26.95 (cloth). ISBN 978-1-947864-12-2. Latin American Antiquity, 30(2), 450–451.
    Macleod, N. (2014). Historical Inquiry as a Distributed, Nomothetic, Evolutionary Discipline. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1608–1620.
    N.N. (2014). Introduction [History Meets Biology]. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1492–1499.
    Nichols, R. (2016). The Natural History of Shame and its Modification by Confucian Culture. In The Blackwell Companion to Naturalism (pp. 512–527). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
    Press, T. M. (n.d.). Evolution, the Extended Synthesis. Retrieved July 14, 2019, from
    Raffield, B., Price, N., & Collard, M. (2017). Male-biased operational sex ratios and the Viking phenomenon: an evolutionary anthropological perspective on Late Iron Age Scandinavian raiding. Evolution and Human Behavior, 38(3), 315–324.
    Richardson, S. S. (2015). Postgenomics: Perspectives on Biology after the Genome. Durham; London: Duke University Press.
    Roitto, R. (2017). Enduring Shame as Costly Signalling: The Case of Public Confession of Sin According to Tertullian | Roitto | Journal of Cognitive Historiography, 4. Retrieved from
    Roth, R. (2014). Emotions, Facultative Adaptation, and the History of HomicideEmotions, Facultative Adaptation, and the History of Homicide. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1529–1546.
    Russell, E. (2014). Coevolutionary History. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1514–1528.
    Scheidel, W. (2014). Evolutionary Psychology and the HistorianEvolutionary Psychology and the Historian. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1563–1575.
    Stadler, M. (2014). Neurohistory Is Bunk?: The Not-So-Deep History of the Postclassical Mind. Isis, 105(1), 133–144.
    Terrizzi Jr., J. A., & Shook, N. J. (2020). On the Origin of Shame: Does Shame Emerge From an Evolved Disease-Avoidance Architecture? Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 14.
    Thomas, J. A. (2014). History and Biology in the Anthropocene: Problems of Scale, Problems of ValueHistory and Biology in the Anthropocene. The American Historical Review, 119(5), 1587–1607.
    Wadley, G. (2016). How psychoactive drugs shape human culture: A multi-disciplinary perspective. Brain Research Bulletin, 126, 138–151.
    Wettlaufer, J. (2015). Evolutionäre Geschichtswissenschaft. Menschliches Handeln zwischen Natur und Kultur in der Vergangenheit. In Die menschliche Psyche zwischen Natur und Kultur (pp. 83–93). Pabst Publishers. Retrieved from
    Zmora, H. (2014). Social Conflict in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Psychological and Social Aspects. In Faces of Communities. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Verlage. Retrieved from
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