2017

April 26, 2017
Lecture by
Dr. Suzana Herculano-Houzel,
Vanderbilt University
"The Human Advantage"


April 14, 2017
Lecture by
Dr. Natalie Uomini,
Max Planck Institute,
Germany
"Ten Myths about Left-Handedness"


March 2017
Stone Age Institute/
John Templeton Foundation workshop on
Human Cognitive Evolution focusing on the Nihewan Basin, Hebei Province, China
(1.7 million years ago to recent)



Past Events

The Stone Age Institute, in collaboration with the CRAFT Research Center at Indiana University, sponsors and hosts a number of events every year for the University and general public.


These special events include:

- a conference series on selected topics of critical interest to human origins studies.

- an ongoing lecture and bag lunch lecture series on a range of topics involving scholars from around the world as well as the Bloomington community.

- the Program in Human Evolution lectures and workshops on Human Origins Research, which brings in noted authorities in human evolutionary studies.

- the Craftsmanship Lecture Series, which features world-class artisans from diverse backgrounds (e.g., blacksmiths, authors, filmmakers, musicians, beer-makers, vintners, inventors, and dry-stone masons) to discuss their crafts from a personal perspective, often with practical demonstrations or performances illustrating their craft in addition to more formal lectures.


2017 Nihewan Workshop group photo

2017 Nihewan Workshop, Homo erectus statue - Nihewan, China.

 

 

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