This is a part of the course, Human Evolution: Past and Future, which I presented in 2014.
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At a memorial for Richard Leakey, I shared some ideas about where technology and new discoveries will take paleoanthropology over the next decade.
A new paper on biogeography of Neandertals and Denisovans raises ideas about the interactions of these groups.
Humans today live in visually rich environments, and it's increasingly clear that Neandertals shaped their visual environments also.