May 15, 2014
from 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM
|Where||Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies|
|Contact Name||Federica Crivellaro|
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A one day symposium on the African MSA - “The African roots of human behaviour” that will involve presentations by international scholars at the cutting edge of the debate about the origins of modern human behaviour. We believe that the conference will be a nice opportunity for all those interested in the subject, including undergraduate and post-graduate students, as an opportunity to learn more about both the theoreticalunderpinnings of the debate, and the technological features defining these type of industries in various parts of the African continent.
Attending the conference will be free of charge, except for a small fee (£5) for those interested in a light lunch at LCHES. However, we recommend registration to all those attending the event, as we have a limited number of places. For a more detailed look at the programme and for registration please go to http://in-africa.org/symposium-may2014/