Peter C. Reynolds

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Peter C. Reynolds has a doctorate in anthropology from Yale University and an A.B degree from the University of California at Berkeley. He was a visiting fellow at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University Medical Center. His first book, On the Evolution of Human Behavior, was published by the University of California Press.

As a research fellow at Australian National University, he did ethnographic fieldwork among villagers in Papua New Guinea and among gatherer/hunters in the Malaysian rainforest. Subsequently, as a manager in the computer industry, he observed capitalists at work in Silicon Valley.

Peter is also the author of a political suspense novel, The Day Coyote Danced.