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Dr Mark Dyble

Evolutionary Anthropology

Mark Dyble is a Research Fellow at Jesus College and an Affiliated Lecturer in Biological Anthropology.

Academic interests

Mark’s research focuses on the evolution of both human and non-human social systems and their relationship with reproduction, kinship, cooperation, and conflict. He has conducted anthropological fieldwork with a community of hunter-gatherers in the Philippines and, more recently, has worked on cooperatively breeding meerkats in the Kalahari.

As well as empirical fieldwork, his research also involves computational and mathematical modelling of social and cultural evolution. 

Degrees obtained

  • BA, Cantab.
  • MSc, Oxon.
  • PhD, University College London.

Other interests

Athletics (track and field), football and travel.

Publications, links and resources

A list of Mark's publications.

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