European Society for the study of Human Evolution
The society promotes the broad field of research which investigates how humans evolved both biologically and culturally. Contributing disciplines typically include hominin palaeontology and palaeogenetics; comparative and functional studies of extant primates, using both morphological and molecular evidence; palaeolithic archaeology; and applied studies of stable isotopes, dating, taphonomy, palaeoecology and palaeogeography.
For the following sessions Poster Presentations are available:
You can also find all Poster Presentations and Abstacts on the ESHE website.