Slow seminar no. 21

Coevolution of Life on Hosts: Integrating Ecology and History

2016.03.15 | Mia Korsbæk

Date Mon 18 Apr
Time 16:45 19:30
Location Department of Bioscience in building 1540, room K33 (in the basement)

We are pleased to announce the next AURA slow seminar on April 18 from 16.45-19.30. The seminar will be held at the Department of Bioscience in building 1540, room K33 (in the basement). Ny Munkegade 114, 8000 Aarhus C. Please note that the doors lock at 17.00.

Professor Anna Tsing will be present at the Slow seminar that will have a videoconference connection to University of California, Santa Cruz.

The book we will be discussing at the Slow seminar is Coevolution of Life on Hosts: Integrating Ecology and History (Interspecific Interactions) by Dale H. Clayton, Sarah E. Bush and Kevin P. Johnson. www.amazon.com/dp/022630227X/ref=rdr_ext_sb_pi_hist_1

The book is about lice: “In this book, three leading experts on host-parasite relationships demonstrate how the stunning coevolution that occurs between such species in microevolutionary, or ecological, time generates clear footprints in macroevolutionary, or historical, time”.

Copies have been ordered to Stakbogladen and is available for purchase there. You may also rent it as an e-book for 45 days: cdcshoppingcart.uchicago.edu/Cart/ChicagoBook.aspx

Finally would you let me know if you are planning to come so we can provide enough coffee and snacks.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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