How 'Home' Made Us Human

December 4, 2016

The sense of home, of feeling safe and secure, is so essential to our everyday lives. Neuroanthropologist John S. Allen believes there’s a deeper significance to that pull back home. He believes the home is one of the most important inventions in our evolution, one that marked our shift from nest-building apes to humans. Steve Paulson caught up with him to find out why.