Clues from human skeletons can be used to understand how people lived and died in the past. Archaeological teeth and bones can tell us key parts of the human story.
Building on her work across the world, including Thailand, Greece, the Pyramids in Giza, a 10,000 year old village in Anatolia, and a series of basement labs in between, Brenna’s talk will be an accessible journey through our recent evolution into a majority-urban species over the last 15,000 years.
When & Where is the talk?
3 – 4pm, Sunday 24th February 2019, in the Balcony Bar, Corn Exchange, Market Square, Newbury.
The event is free and unticketed.