Dr. Charles Musiba will give a public lecture this Friday at 4 pm in Hale 270, entitled "Homo naledi and the evolution of the genus Homo: A personal perspective." Students in ANTH 4160 and 4180 are expected to attend if at all possible.
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Welcome to Class Stuff. You will find assorted posts and readings that are at least tangentially related to my classes on this page. This is meant to be a student resource, albeit a loosely organized and broad one. For those who are interested in learning a bit about my work there are links to some of my publications and my CV on the sidebar.
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Arizona State University's School of Human Evolution and Social Change is offering a six credit upper-division course entitled South Africa: adventures in culture, ecology and evolution. It runs from May 21 until June 8 and will be led by Dr. Kaye Reed. It sounds like an excellent opportunity.
Posted by Matt Sponheimer at 12:01 PM