Modern Human evolution and dispersal: chronology and constraints

Rainforest Redux - Virtual Seminar Series 2020-2021- Concluding lecture

  • Date: Jun 23, 2021
  • Time: 17:00 - 18:00
  • Speaker: Prof. Chris Stringer FRS, Natural History Museum London
  • Location: Zoom
  • Host: Pan African Evolution Research Group
  • Contact: pan-ev.seminars@shh.mpg.de
Modern Human evolution and dispersal: chronology and constraints

Recording of the  Presentation

About the Speaker

Chris Stringer is a Research Leader in Human Origins at the Natural History Museum. His early research was on the relationship of Neanderthals and early modern humans in Europe, but he now collaborates with archaeologists, dating specialists, and geneticists in attempting to reconstruct the evolution of modern humans globally. He directed the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project from 2001 until it finished in 2013 and is now co-director of the follow-up Pathways to Ancient Britain project, as part of funding from the Calleva Foundation, which has contributed to the foundation of a new Centre for Human Evolution Research at the Museum. He has authored/co-authored numerous papers and books on human evolution and is active on Twitter @ChrisStringer65.
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