CARTA presents Anthropogeny: The Perspective from Africa - Lyn Wadley, Sarah Wurz, Judith Sealy
Date: 8/16/2019; 52 minutes
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This CARTA symposium focuses on the contributions of scientists and scholars of anthropogeny who live and work in Africa. In this episode: Lyn Wadley, University of the Witwatersrand, The Origin and Development of Fire Technology in Africa; Sarah Wurz, University of the Witwatersrand, Klasies River as a 120,000-Year-Old Archive of Human Behavior in South Africa; Judith Sealy, University of Cape Town, Behavior and Settlement Patterns in Coastal Stone Age Communities – Evidence from Stable Isotopes.
Recorded on 05/31/2019.

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