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Kate Distin

On Cultural Evolution and Memes

2015 - The Origins of Culture by Means of Natural and Artefactual Languages - in Barbora Půta and Václav Soupkup (eds), 'The Genesis of Creativity and the Origin of the Human Mind', Karolinum Press

2014 - Foreword to the Chinese Edition of 'Cultural Evolution' - Cambridge University Press and Beijing World Publishing Corporation

2014 - Foreword to the Chinese Edition of 'The Selfish Meme' - Cambridge University Press and Beijing World Publishing Corporation

2014 - Cultural Evolution - a paper presented at the Symposium, 'Is Innovation Evolutionary? Understanding the Processes Underlying Innovation', London, Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research with Matt Ridley, 8-9 July 2014

2013 - Representations in Languages - keynote paper presented at the Inaugural Colloquium of the Sheffield Hallan Organisational Ecology Group, 'Organisations as Ecologies', Sheffield, 4 July 2013

2012 - Symbolically Generalized Communication Media: A Category Mistake - Constructivist Foundations 8(1)

2006 - Fame! Money! Power! - Think: Philosophy for Everyone, Issue 13, Summer 2006

1997 - Cultural evolution - the meme hypothesis - in Proceedings of the Conference on 'Evolution, or How Did We Get Here?' Westminster College Oxford, Christ and the Cosmos

1996 - Human design methods - in Proceedings of the Conference on 'Design in Nature?' Birmingham, Christians in Science - a paper written jointly with my husband, Dr Keith Distin

On Gifted Children

2007 - Helping teachers idenitify the gifted in their class, Prep School Magazine, No. 58, Spring 2007

2007 - Bright Sparks - Nursery World, January 4th 2007

2006 - Nurturing Beautiful Minds - The Daily Telegraph, June 14th 2006

1998 - How teachers fail our brightest children - The Daily Telegraph, August 12th 1998

Other

1999 - Interfaith issues in Religious Education: a response to Lat Blaylock - REsource 21 (3):16-18

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