Delaney JoLynn Glass

Delaney is a cultural evolutionist and studies the evolution of human behavior as an anthropologist. She currently researches the potential effects of social media networks, frequency dependent behaviors, social learning mechanisms and kin/non-kin influences on fertility behaviors of women. She has strong interests in reproductive decision making, sexual selection & genetics, math modeling, design anthropology and cultural evolution. She will be applying for PhD programs in the coming years and is now focused on research, community engagement and solving big problems using cultural evolution and applied evolutionary theory.

Recent Posts

October 3, 2016 in Gender

Blaming the Victim: A Cultural Evolutionist Responds to the University of Chicago’s Dismissal of Trauma

Cultural evolution is a useful practice to understand human behavior, including trauma, triggering, racial inequality and institutional power structures.
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