Paul M. Bingham
Paul M. Bingham earned his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, where he also continued to develop his fascination with fundamental unanswered questions about how humans evolved. During his 27-year career on the faculty of Stony Brook University, he has continued to explore human origins while also contributing to fundamental cell and molecular biology, including the discovery of the P element transposon and new approaches to cancer therapy.
Joanne Souza is a successful business industry consultant in health & education and a faculty member at Stony Brook University. She earned her Masters of Science in Psychology from Walden University and her BA in Psychology, summa cum laude, from Stony Brook University, receiving a Recognition Award for Academics & Research and the University Award for Senior Leadership & Service. She continues to pursue her life-long research interest in human behavior, evolution, and history with a focus on the evolution of social fear.
See the authors present their respective histories that led them to uncover the keys to human uniqueness
- - 10-10: Sex, institutions, and politics: Joanne Souza & Paul Bingham at TEDxSBU
- - 09-23: Talk at Hofstra University's IDEAS Institute
- - Lively Discussions Following Radio Interview
- - 04/14: Talk on History and Political Behavior at SBU
- - 03/15: Lecture and Book Signing at SBU Wang Center
- - 03/10: Book Presentation and Signing at SBU Bookstore
- - New publication in the Journal of Social, Evolutionary and Cultural Psychology
- - New Review of the Book
- - Listen to the Talk from Society for American Archaeology
- - See NSF Evolutionary Studies Talk
- - See the Public Lecture Online
- - Radio Interview on "New Books In History"
- - Discuss Obama's Nobel Peace Prize Address
- - Student Testimonials Added
- - Chapters and Authors Videos Added
The implications of their theory are great, they believe, because it helps to explain the course of human history and ways we as a species can achieve peace...
Feburary 12th, 2010. Volume 31, Issue 8 (pdf)