Top Lectures on Paleoanthropology!!!

Well! Since its been about a week since we came out with our Top Documentaries list, and so its time for a new one before we move on to our newer content!

This one was hard to make, there are just so, so many good lectures online, (Again these are all on YouTube for free and easy access-if it says not available in your country, copy and paste the name of the video into the YT search bar and it should come up that you can watch). There are just so many options from great individuals and institutions. From our friends of CARTA to our other close friends, those at The Leakey Foundation. But there are just so many more, so implore you to watch related videos and get even deeper into the subject!

But here is my list, of lectures that are interesting, and that will not bore you. (Hopefully) and is a great place to start learning the basics, from the experts, getting more involved with their work, and learning the talk of the trade.

Again, these are in no particular order, they are not listed from best to worst. They are just listed because I like them in general.

Please, Enjoy!

1.Human Evolution and Why It Matters: A Conversation with Leakey and Johanson

2.CARTA: The Origin of Us – Fossils of Modern Humans Interbreeding within and outside of Africa

3.CARTA: Bipedalism and Human Origins-Comparative Anatomy from Australopithecus to Gorillas

4. Origins of Genus Homo–Australopiths and Early Homo; Variation of Early Homo; Speciation of Homo

5.Prof Agustín Fuentes – What makes us human?

6. Our incredible origins: The astonishing tale of Homo naledi

7.WPT University Place: Discovering Homo Naledi

8.The New Revolution In HUMAN ORIGINS, Dr. Richard Leakey, Leakey Foundation

9.Explorer Lecture: Dr. Donald Johanson, “Cleveland, Lucy, and the Human Story”

10. Origins of Genus Homo: What Who When Where?; Early Body Form; Life History Patterns.

So there you go! Remember to Never Stop Learning! Explore all the other lectures and videos as well, there are so many good ones! We may make another list in a few weeks!

Published by sethchagi

I am a Paleoanthropology Student, so far with two degrees, in Anthropology and Human Behavioral Science, pursuing my B.A and then my PhD I love to read (like a lot) and write, I love my family, and I adore anthropology! Remember, never stop exploring and never stop learning! There is always more to learn!

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