April 25th, 2018|
The students were very busy in our last two weeks in Kenya. The Archaeology module took us to many sites around Turkana where there have [...]
March 31st, 2018|
Photo: Esther Kadaga Our journey through the Archaeology module is coming to an end. We had a few site visits this week and [...]
March 25th, 2018|
Stone tools which were a vital technological invention of early humans, enabling them to do things like butchering. Oldowan and Acheulean stone tool technologies were [...]
March 20th, 2018|
On Friday the field school said goodbye to our camp at Ileret where we've lived for the past 7 weeks and got on the TBI plane to fly over the "Jade Sea" (Lake Turkana) to our new home, the Turkwel campus.
March 16th, 2018|
We are into the last week of the Human Origins module. As the students have come to find out, the phylogenetic tree of human ancestry is more bushy than expected.
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