Event Title

Presentation: Natalie Angier

Presenter Information

Natalie Angier

Location

Chester Fritz Auditorium

Start Date

26-3-2003 8:00 PM

End Date

26-3-2003 9:00 PM

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Audio/Visual recording of Natalie Angier speaking at the 34th Annual UND Writers Conference on March 24, 2003. In this presentation, Angier speaks on her favorite topic "the evolution of beauty." She begins by describing the general characteristics of beauty and its multiplicity of roles in nature. She moves on to examine the role fashion has on the evolutionary psychology of humans, focusing more specifically on hair. Afterwards, Angier answered questions touching on a range of subject such as the significant of beauty in culture, the roles of men and women, origins of beauty stereotypes, our attraction to art, genital mutilation, and future projects.

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Presentation: Natalie Angier

Chester Fritz Auditorium

Audio/Visual recording of Natalie Angier speaking at the 34th Annual UND Writers Conference on March 24, 2003. In this presentation, Angier speaks on her favorite topic "the evolution of beauty." She begins by describing the general characteristics of beauty and its multiplicity of roles in nature. She moves on to examine the role fashion has on the evolutionary psychology of humans, focusing more specifically on hair. Afterwards, Angier answered questions touching on a range of subject such as the significant of beauty in culture, the roles of men and women, origins of beauty stereotypes, our attraction to art, genital mutilation, and future projects.