Understanding humanity's past, present and future

Presented by ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences

Event topic

Historical studies

Type of event

Lecture

Who should attend

Postgraduate

Times

12–12.20pm

Location

School of Music, Foster Room (view in map)
Master of Archaeological and Evolutionary Sciences

Meet the presenters

Dr Alison Behie
Senior Lecturer and Head of Discipline in Biological Anthropology, School of Archaeology and Anthropology
Dr Guillaume Molle
Lecturer in Pacific Archaeology, School of Archaeology and Anthropology

The Master of Archaeological and Evolutionary Sciences is unlike any other Masters program in Australia as it combines both archaeology and biological anthropology to holistically study humankind's past and present.

Through lab based practical courses and field training you can choose a specialisation (environmental archaeology and climate change, human evolution, bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology or primate and human behaviour) that best fits your particular interest within the larger interdisciplinary program.

Meet the presenters

Dr Alison Behie
Senior Lecturer and Head of Discipline in Biological Anthropology, School of Archaeology and Anthropology
Dr Guillaume Molle
Lecturer in Pacific Archaeology, School of Archaeology and Anthropology

Meet the presenters

Dr Alison Behie
Senior Lecturer and Head of Discipline in Biological Anthropology, School of Archaeology and Anthropology
Dr Guillaume Molle
Lecturer in Pacific Archaeology, School of Archaeology and Anthropology