Bridging Cultural Gaps: Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Cultural Evolution Theme Issue


The latest issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B published today, is a theme issue, entitled “Bridging cultural gaps: Interdisciplinary studies in human cultural evolution“. The issue was compiled and edited by Oren Kolodny, Marcus W. Feldman and Nicole Creanza


Introductory comments from the editors:
The papers in this theme issue demonstrate that the study of cultural evolution is broadly relevant across many disciplines and that numerous fields can also shed new light on cultural evolution. Each article integrates the study of cultural evolution with the perspective of one or more other disciplines, bridging gaps between fields in ways that yield new insights.