Environmental Futures Research Institute

Breaking the radiocarbon barrier? A critical assessment of the earliest dates and models for the settlement of Sahul

Breaking the radiocarbon barrier? A critical assessment of the earliest dates and models for the settlement of Sahul

The Environmental Futures Research Institute and the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research presents an Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution and Place Evolution and Rock Art Heritiage Unit Public Lecture:

Breaking the radiocarbon barrier? A critical assessment of the earliest dates and models for the settlement of Sahul (the combined landmass of Australia and New Guinea)
Book launch of "The Tales Teeth Tell" by Associate Professor Tanya Smith

Book launch of "The Tales Teeth Tell" by Associate Professor Tanya Smith

Join us for a memorable evening with Associate Professor Tanya Smith to celebrate the worldwide launch of her new popular science book "The Tales Teeth Tell: Development, Evolution and Behavior."
How well do we know the 'Hobbit?' Paleopolitics and Homo floresiensis

How well do we know the 'Hobbit?' Paleopolitics and Homo floresiensis

You are invited to the third annual Raymond Dart Lecture with Professor Dean Falk, the Hale G. Smith Professor of Anthropology and a Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University. Professor Falk will discuss the controversies surrounding Homo floresiensis and how new evidence has blazed the trail for reconsidering the "big picture" of human evolution.