Remembering Charlie Lockwood

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My colleague and friend Kaye Reed has a nice remembrance of Charlie Lockwood in the current issue of Evolutionary Anthropology. I had reason to mention Charlie during my "Last Lecture" and will admit to getting a little choked-up. The article is unfortunately behind a paywall, but any good university library should have access.

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