In a new study published in PNAS, Center’s Research Group Leader Yonatan Sahle (and coworkers) shows that marks on ancient fossilized bones thought to have...
It is our pleasure to announce the following talks which will be beld In the framework of the DFG Centers’ colloquium:
Wednesday 1st of February: Lic. Soledad Salega: Degenerative and enthesial changes among Prehispanic populations from Cordoba, Argentina, Rümelinstr. 23, Room 602, 13:00.
Thursday, 2nd of February: Dr. André Strauss (University of Tübingen): Paleoamerican origins and behavior: a paleoanthropological approach, Rümelinstr. 23, Room 602, 14:15.
Tuesday, 7th of February: Dr. Jessamy Doman (Yale University): The Forest through the Trees: A multi-proxy approach to reconstruction hominin palaeolandscapes, Rümelinstr. 23, Room 602, 14:15.
Thursday, 9th of February: Dr. Mark Grabowski (American Museum of Natual History): The evolution of human brains and bodies, Rümelinstr. 23, Room 602, 14:15.
Thursday, 16th of February: Dr. Andrew Shuttleworth (Durham University): Changing Environments, Changing Responses: Hominin Behavioural Evolution during the Middle to Upper Pleistocene, Rümelinstr. 23, Room 602, 12:15.
Thursday 23rd of February: Mei-Shin Wu MSc.,Dr. Igor Yanovich: The effects of geography and population on dialect variation, Room 602, 13:00.