It’s that time of year again! Many members of the MEMSAP team will be converging next week in San Francisco to present new results from our research at the Paleoanthropology Society and Society for American Archaeology annual meetings. Here is a sneak preview of two of the posters!
But that is just the beginning; other MEMSAP presentations at the Paleos on Tuesday-Wednesday of next week include:
Nightingale, S. F. Schilt, J. C. Thompson, J. Davis, M. Welling, D. K. Wright, J.-H. Choi, and E. Gomani-Chindebvu. Lithic technologies of the Malawian Middle Stone Age: building a chrono-spatial framework for
early modern human behavior in Central Africa.
Schilt, F., S. Mentzer, D. Wright, J. Thompson, C. E. Miller and E. Gomani-Chindebvu. Micromorphology of Middle to Later Stone age sites in northern Malawi.
Wright, D. K. J. Thompson, J.-H. Choi, F. Schlit, M. B. Foster, D. Fink, S. Nightingale, A. Heimsath, J. R. Arrowsmith, A. Cohen and E. Gomani-Chindebvu. Alluvial fan sedimentation and Late Pleistocene climate change in the northern Malawi
Rift: context and evidence for Middle Stone Age demographic change.
You can find the complete conference programs for the Paleoanthropology and SAA meetings here:
SAA 2015, San Francisco, California
Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting 2015, San Francisco, California