April 2007 Symposium

Ralph L. Holloway

Professor Ralph L. Holloway

"The Human Brain Evolving: Papers in Honor of Ralph L. Holloway"

Friday and Saturday
April 27th & 28th, 2007

Whittenberger Auditorium,
Indiana Memorial Union, IU Bloomington

 

 

 

 



 

Buy Now

The papers that resulted from the Stone Age Institute conference in honor of the life and career of bioanthropologist Ralph Holloway are now available in a bound volume, "The Human Brain Evolving: Paleoneurological Studies in Honor of Ralph Holloway," published by The Stone Age Institute Press.


 

The participants in "The Human Brain Evolving" symposium include:

Leslie Aiello (Wenner-Gren Foundation, New York)

John Allen (University of Southern California)

Douglas Broadfield (Florida Atlantic University)

Emiliano Bruner (University La Sapienza, Rome)

Daniel Buxhoeveden (University of South Carolina)

Dominique Grimaud-Herve (Musee Nationale d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris)

J.W.K. Harris (Rutgers University)

Ralph Holloway (Columbia University)

F. Clark Howell (UC Berkeley)

Jason Kaufman (California Institute of Technology)

William Kimbel (Arizona State University/Institute of Human Origins)

Bruce Lahn (University of Chicago)

Alan Mann (Princeton University)

Robert Martin (Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago)

Todd Preuss (Emory University)

James Rilling (Emory University)

Mohamed Sahnouni (Stone Age Institute)

Kathy Schick (Indiana University/Stone Age Institute)

Tom Schoenemann (University of Michigan, Dearborn)

Sileshi Semaw (Stone Age Institute)

Katerina Semendeferi (UC San Diego)

Chet Sherwood (George Washington University)

Scott Simpson (Case Western Reserve University)

Dietrich Stout (Institute of Archaeology, London)

Francys Subiaul (George Washington University)

Nicholas Toth (Indiana University/Stone Age Institute)

Michael Yuan (Columbia University)