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Human Origins Lectures

Human Origins Lectures

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The Art of the Hall of Human Origins: An Evening with John Gurche and Karen Carr

Paleo-artists John Gurche and Karen Carr will discuss the science and techniques behind their work for the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's Hall of Human Origins. John will also unveil his newest early human bronze sculpture.

1hr 13mins

2 May 2011

Rank #1

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Where Has Science Come From? Investigating Some Ancient Roots of Intelligence and Technology in the Fossil Record

Dr. C. K. ("Bob") Brain, emeritus, University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa), presents his lecture "Where Has Science Come From? Investigating Some Ancient Roots of Intelligence and Technology in the Fossil Record". This lecture was given May 6, 2010.

1hr 7mins

13 Apr 2011

Rank #2

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The Origins of Art 35,000 Years Ago: What Were They Thinking (Part 2 of 2)

In illustrated presentations, Dr. Nicholas Conard addresses the question of why figurative art and music began. This lecture, "The Origins of Art 35,000 Years Ago: What Were They Thinking?," was heldApril 5, 2010.

1hr 9mins

12 Apr 2011

Rank #3

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The Origins of Art 35,000 Years Ago: What Were They Thinking (Part 1 of 2)

In illustrated presentations, Dr. Nicholas Conard addresses the question of why figurative art and music began. This lecture, "The Origins of Art 35,000 Years Ago: What Were They Thinking?," was heldApril 5, 2010.

48mins

11 Apr 2011

Rank #4

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