IN THE FIELD: Turkana 2014
The African Roots of Human Behaviour Symposium

REGISTRATION

2013 Turkana field season

   Fieldwork on the west side of Lake Turkana began in August 2013 for four weeks.

EJOK Classroom

EJOK Classroom built at Lokwar-Ankhaleso!! Dance to celebrate the new EJOK classroom More information on the EJOK Project

New PhD opportunities, including three fully-funded scholarships, to study for a PhD at LCHES, Dept of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge, are now open for application as part of In Africa’s research programme. More information at: OPPORTUNITIES. Deadline for…

TWO NEW POSITIONS OPEN: A 4-year Post-Doctoral Research Associate position and a 4-year Technician/Research Assistant position at LCHES, Dept of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge, to work in the project are now open. Information about the posts can be…

EJOK FUNDRAISING BEGINS

EJOK is a joint initiative among the Turkana community who live around the villages of Louwae, Locher Akwan and Nakoret along the Kerio River Valley, scientists in In Africa, and a group of University students who have volunteered to help build…

Turkana 2012

Fieldwork on the west side of Lake Turkana began in August 2012 for four weeks.  

In Africa officially began on 1 June 2012. In Africa is a five-year project, funded by the European Research Council to investigate the origins of modern humans and of modern human diversity in East Africa in the last 250,000 years.