Julie Lesnik didn’t set out to change the world using paleoanthropological research, but with her recent book, Edible Insects and Human Evolution, penchant for public talks, and recent fellowship for public engagement from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, she is w
Conservation efforts are becoming increasingly urgent, making Juno Parreñas' talk about orangutan conservation efforts in Sarawak timely—and the temporal scales between the epochs was indeed a focus of her talk Sensing Seconds and Epochs with Semi-Wild Orangutans and their Caretakers: A 21st
On September, 14, Shengyu Pei, an associate professor at the South-Central University for Nationalities in Wuhan, China, gave a talk at the Department of Anthropology. Dr.
From June 22-27, 2018, an international interdisciplinary workshop in anthropology, archaeology and soil science has taken place at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, on the topic "Soil and Human Culture Dynamics During the Holocene Epoch". This collaboration, led by Dr.