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Stepping on the Stage of History: Modern Humans in the Upper Palaeolithic

Monday 20 April 2020, 7.00PM to 9.00pm

Four hundred centuries ago, a new human species appeared in Europe, Homo sapiens. Upon their arrival, our ancestors found a cold, hostile environment populated by large, fearsome animals and by our close cousins, Neanderthals, better adapted to such a world than we were. The course will explore how we faced the adversities of the late Ice Age and how much the archaeological record preserves the earliest traces of our organisational, social and symbolic behaviour.

Tutor: Simone Chisena BA MSc

  • Term: Summer
  • Day: Monday (later start due to Easter Monday)
  • Start Date: 20 April 2020
  • Time: 7-9pm (online)
  • No. of weeks: 10
  • Full fee: £82

Register for this course online

So we can continue to support our students, we are working towards putting this course online, by setting up live seminars that students can join through Collaborate - a tool for online meetings that is similar to making video calls.

Students joining our online courses would need access to a computer, laptop or tablet with a microphone, and a reliable broadband connection. You can join the seminars using a smartphone, but this would make viewing any presentations difficult.

Location: ONLINE