Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, University of Cambridge, 16-17 May 2014
The aim of the workshop is to discuss issues related to chronological and geographical variation in the African MSA, as well as what (and how) this variation is recorded and quantified, including the role of the non-lithic elements of the record in informing us about early human behaviour, history and adaptation. The workshop will consist of informal, round-table discussions, as well as a morning discussing technology and the making of MSA artefacts with John Lord.
Workshop Participants: Larry Barham, Graeme Barker, Laura Basell, James Blinkhorn, Marjolein Boesch, Valentina Borgia, Maria Ana Correia, Federica Crivellaro, Matt Davies, William Davies, Robert Foley, Peter Griffith, Huw Groucutt, Emily Hallinan, Joe Jeffery, Sacha Jones, John Lord, Jose Manuel Maillo Fernandez, Paul Mellars, Marta Mirazon Lahr, Peter Mitchell, Aurelien Mounier, Giuseppina Mutri, Herman Muwonge, Philip Nigst, John Parkington, Ryan Rabett, Frances Rivera, Eleanor Scerri, Enza Spinapolice, Christian Tryon, David Underhill, Ann van Baelen, Philip van Peer, Manuel Will, Alex Wilshaw
Attending this event: This event is for invited participants. However, researchers and graduate students with a particular interest in attending should contact Dr Marta Mirazon Lahr (firstname.lastname@example.org).