Kgalagadi Human Origins


Ditshekatsheko ka thotoetso ya Emmy Noether ‘Kgalagadi Human Origins’ di simologile ka Seetebosigo, 2021. Tiro e e tla tsayang selekanyo sa ngwaga tse thataro, e batisisa  seabe se se bakilweng ke phetogo e e ntsi ya Loapi ee diragetseng morago ga Mid-Pleistocene Transition, e e bakileng phetogo mo matshelong a sika loo motho mo Borwa jwa Kalahari.

Dimpapiri tse di ntsha

We are looking forward to the visit of Dr. Manuel Will (University of Tübingen) in Kiel. Dr. Will will hold a presentation on “The evolution of Homo sapiens in Africa – an archaeological perspective from the Middle Stone Age” on the 20th April, 4 – 5 pm in the Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal of the Institute for Pre- and Protohistory of University Kiel. Everybody is welcome to join!

We welcome Daniela Engelhart as new student research assistant on our team!

New Book chapter: Horwitz, L.K.,Avery, M.D., Bamford, M., Berna, F., Brink, J., Ecker, M., Fernandez-Jalvo, Y., Goldberg, P., Holt, S., Lee-Thorp, J.A., Matmon, A., Pickering, R., Porat, N., Rossouw, L., Scott, S., Chazan, M., 2022. Wonderwerk Cave, Northern Cape Province: An Early Pleistocene Palaeo-environmental Sequence for the Interior of South Africa. In: Reynolds, S.C., Bobe, R. (eds.), African Paleoecology and Human Evolution. Cambridge University press.

New Papers: Quaternary Science Reviews Special issue: Late Quaternary hydrological shifts and Stone Age mobility in the Middle Kalahari with KHO project members Sarah Mothulatshipi and Sallie Burrough. Link:

NEW! StoryMap “History and Archaology of Pniel 6, South Africa”. Learn about research an interactive way. Also available in German.

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