ISBE 2016: Male Competition and Speciation
Understanding how male competition affects divergence will redefine our understanding of speciation by sexual selection. In this symposium, we will examine which mechansisms of male competition drive divergence, when in the speciation process male competition is critical, and how ecology and female choice interact with male competition to drive divergence.
RSVP if you plan to attend our symposium at ISBE 2016. All conference attendees are welcome. RSVPs will help us organize our breakout discussion groups. We hope you'll join us for a series of excellent talks and lively discussion! If you don't want to RSVP using a Twitter or Facebook account, you can add a comment on our website's discussion page: https://malecompsymp.wordpress.com/discussion.
Confirmed speakers: Terry Burke (University of Sheffield), Peter Dijkstra (Central Michigan University), Jonathan Drury (École Normale Supérieure), Robert Heathcote (University of Exeter), Jason Keagy (Michigan State University), Anna Qvarnström (Uppsala University), Liz Scordato (University of Colorado Boulder), Alexandra Tyers (Bangor University)
Organizers: Alycia Lackey (Murray State University), Michael Martin (Reed College), Robin Tinghitella (University of Denver)
Full details at: https://malecompsymp.wordpress.com/
Date & Time
Wednesday, August 3 at 9:15am (BST)Add to Calendar
ISBE, University of Exeter