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Place, Evolution, and Rock Art Heritage | Griffin University
Presentation: "The Timing of Human Colonization of Southeast Asia in the Late Pleistocene"
Dept. of Anthropology | University of Hawai'i at Manoa
Symposium Co-Organizer; Presentation, "Late Pleistocene Human Evolution in Eastern Asia: Behavioral Perspectives”
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research | Cambridge University
Presentation, “Environmental Change and Cultural Evolution in the Indian Subcontinent over the Last 140,000 Years” (co-author M.D. Petraglia)
Dept. of Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology | University of Tübingen
Presentation: " Not Just a Crossroad: Population Dynamics and Changing Material Culture in Southwestern Asia during the Late Pleistocene" (co-author: Nicholas J. Conard)
Research Institute and Museum of Anthropology | Moscow State University
Presentation: " Late Pleistocene Anthropological and Archaeological Data from Denisova Cave for the Ideas of Human Evolution"
Evolutionary Anthropology | Musée de l’Homme
Presentation: "Tam Pa Ling, Laos: A Milestone in Early Human Fossil Record from Mainland Southeast Asia” Demeter, et al
Dept. of Archaeology | University of Exeter
Presentation, “Human Colonization of Asia in the Late Pleistocene: The History of an Invasive Species”
Research Lab for Archaeology and the History of Art | Oxford University
Symposium Co-Organizer; Presentation, "The Chronological Factor in Understanding the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of Eurasia” (co-author: Tom Higham)”
Dept. of Anthropology | Texas A&M University
Presentation: "Human Colonization of Far Northeastern Asia: A View from Eastern Siberia and Beringia" Graf et al.
Dept. of Palaeoanthropology | University of Tübingen
Presentation, “Testing Modern Human Out-of-Africa Dispersal Models Using Dental Non-Metric Data," Harvati et al.
Research Lab for Archaeology and the History of Art | Oxford University
Presentation: "The Chronological Factor in Understanding the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of Eurasia" (co-author: Katerina Douka)
Dept. of Anthropology | Japan National Museum of Nature and Science
Presentation: " Inferring Genetic Structure of Archaic Hominin Populations in Asia before the Arrival of Modern Humans"
Dept. of Stone Age Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology & Ethnography | Russian Academy of Science
Presentation: "The Anthropological and Cultural Context of Middle to Upper Paleolithic Transition in Northern and Central Asia"
Anthropology Dept. | University College London
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Dept. of Archaeology & Natural History | Australian National University
Presentation,“Hominin Dispersal and Settlement East of Huxley’s Line: The Role of Sea-Level Changes, Island Size, and Subsistence Behavior” O'Connor et al.
Research Lab for Archaeology and the History of Art | Oxford University
Symposium Co-Organizer; Presentation, "Environmental Change and Cultural Evolution in the Indian Subcontinent over the Last 140,000 Years” (co-author: James Blinkhorn)
Institute for the Science of Human History | Max Planck Institute
Presentation: "Early Modern Human Genomes Suggest Single Late Dispersal into Eurasia" (co-author: Johannes Krause)
St. Hugh's College | Oxford University
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Center for GeoGenetics | Natural History Museum of Denmark
Presentation, "A Genomic View of the Population History of Asia"
School of Archaeology and Museology | Peking University
Presentation, "Late Pleistocene Human Migrations and Settlements in China and Related Issues"