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The Michigan Anthropology Colloquia Series: “Historical and Environmental Impacts of Pastoralism: Examining the timing, tempo, and character of animal herding among Europe’s first farmers”

Sarah McClure, Associate Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara
Friday, February 7, 2020
3:00-5:00 PM
411 West Hall Map
"The spread of farming (ca. 8000 years ago) ushered in a new chapter in Europe’s cultural and environmental history. The translocation of plants and animals instigated the reorganization of economic activities that reshaped landscapes, communities, and even human biology. Within this broader context, I present new data from the earliest Neolithic villages on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia to explore the timing, tempo, and nature of Neolithic domestic animal management, and its long-term cultural, biological, and ecological effects in the Adriatic and throughout Europe."

The Michigan Anthropology Colloquia Series presents speakers on current topics in the field of anthropology
Building: West Hall
Event Type: Lecture / Discussion
Tags: AEM Featured, Anthropology
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Department of Anthropology, Museum of Anthropological Archaeology