Dr. Henrich joined Tyler Cowen for Conversations with Tyler, a one-on-one interview series with today's top thinkers. Their conversation at George Mason University's Mercatus Center ranged from cultural evolution, prosocial religion, and WEIRD people to the Flynn effect, fragility of positive-sum thinking, and social science tribes. Read or listen to the full interview...
In an interview with Five Books, a website that asks experts to pick the five best books in their field, Dr. Henrich discusses his picks for the top books on cultural evolution. Get his recommendations and read the interview here.
The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) named The Secret of Our Success the book of the year for 2016. Dr. Henrich delivered the 2016 CIFAR Massey Talk, an annual lecture exploring the intersection between science, research, and society. For more information and to watch Dr. Henrich's lecture, see here. Read more about Secret of Our Success named book of the year by CIFAR
Dr. Henrich was invited to speak at the London School of Economics (LSE) as a Morishima Lecturer. LSE's Morishima Lecture Series features social scientists whose work reaches beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries. Watch Dr. Henrich's lecture on The Secret of Our Success here.
Dr. Henrich discussed The Secret of Our Success and his research with Steve Paikin of TVOntario's program The Agenda. The Agenda, TVO's main current affairs program, explores social, political, cultural and economic issues. Watch the full interview here.
Writing for Strategy + Business magazine, David Hurst reviews Dr. Henrich's latest book, The Secret of Our Success. An award-winning magazine aimed at leaders, Strategy + Business explores issues in management and decision making. Read the review, "Nurturing Nature", here.
The Mind, Brain, Behavior Graduate Committee invited Dr. Henrich and Dr. Max Krasnow to debate culture, evolution, and the human mind. Dr. Krasnow is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard. To watch the full debate, which was moderated by Dr. Richard Wrangham, follow this link.