Hello, I’m Duncan Stibbard Hawkes.
I'm an Evolutionary Anthropologist at Durham University. I conduct research in Tanzania with a population called the Hadza who traditionally lived as hunter-gatherers. Some still do.
My work has explored the reasons that people hunt and so generously share food. My future work, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, will explore why hunter-gatherers are often egalitarian, and whether this changes when subsistance shifts.
You can read more about my research interests here.