Submitted 16 January 2019 by Kellie Hinchy
The inaugural Asia Pacific Conference on Human Evolution (APCHE) will be held at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, from 25-27 June 2019.
APCHE aims to bring together experts working on all aspects of human evolution in the broader Asian and Pacific regions. The conference will run for three days of general sessions including papers on palaeoanthro-pology, biological anthropology, archaeology, genomics and palaeogenomics, primatology, as well as the disciplines engaged in understanding the environment and site-specific contexts of human evolution, human behaviour and art.
The conference will be held at Griffith University’s South Bank campus situated close to Brisbane's city centre.
Key dates 15 January 2019: Call for Abstracts 28 February 2019: Deadline for travel grant applications 31 March 2019: Deadline for early registration and submission of abstract
The Raymond Dart Lecture will be presented on 25 June 2019 by Dean Falk, Florida State University.
For more information go to www.griffith.edu.au/conference-human-evolution
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