Submitted 23 August 2021 by Creighton Avery
Adolescence is a key phase of life, marked by drastic biological and social changes. Yet, despite adolescence being such a transformational period of life, we know relatively little about it in past populations; the study of adolescence in biological anthropology has only recently emerged. Emerging Adolescence: A Virtual Workshop will be held November 1-2 from 11am-1pm EST with optional networking opportunities from 1-3pm EST both days. The workshop will feature keynote addresses by Dr. Mary Lewis (University of Reading, UK) and Dr. Sharon DeWitte (University of South Carolina, USA) as well as presentations from graduate students, emerging scholars, and established faculty across Canada. The workshop is free to attend, but preregistration will be required. The link to register will be provided shortly. If you have any questions, or to be added to the mailing list for future updates, contact us at [email protected]
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