2 September 2018
This programme aims to equip both students and younger archaeologists with an understanding of the multiple ways to research paleoanthropological data analysis. The programme includes lectures on crucial issues of palaeoanthropology. The workshop sessions will consistof the core informationof the programme aimed to develop practical skills through the analysis of cranial, dental and postcranial human remains.Participants alsodevelop skills of field fixation, restoration and conservation of palaeoanthropological materials. Final module diagnostics of paleopathology and physiological stress of physical anthropology.
Working languages: Russian and English. The programme is delivered in Russian with interpretation and translation to English provided by a certified interpreter.
Application via website
Head of programme: Dr Denis Pezhemsky (Anuchin Research Institute and Museum of Anthropology, Moscow State University);
This programme is for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, regardless of nationality. Recent graduates up to the age of 35 are also welcome.
The duration of the course is 72 academic hours
USD 61: Tution fee covers visa support and coffee breaks.