Cannibalism, Ritual, or both: The Neandertal debate continues at Krapina Cave

As seen in the College of Liberal Arts Magazine | Winter 2019/ Spring 2020 Cannibalism, Ritual, or both: The Neandertal debate continues at Krapina Cave Tony Phifer and Joshua Zaffos A cave site in hilly, northern Croatia may offer clues about the rituals and sacred spaces of the Neandertals, an Ice Age human population. Or […]

Notes from Olduvai

MA Student Kristen Welch is at Olduvai Gorge, the cradle of humanity. Read about what she’s doing, and what it’s like in one of the most important archaeological sites in the study of human evolution. July 5, 2014 Habari! (Hello) Greetings from the field!  This summer I am working with Olduvai Geochronology and Archaeology Project […]