March 13, 2018  •  4:30PM  •  Chatham University
Hollander Lecture in Women’s Leadership
Dr. Alison Brooks is a paleoanthropologist and Paleolithic archaeologist who has worked at numerous locations in Africa, France, the Levant, and northern China. A pioneering woman in her field, she is an expert on early modern humans, Paleolithic archaeology, physical anthropology, paleoanthropology, ethnoarchaeology, and geochronology and she is an important figure in the debate over when, where, and why modern Homo sapiens originated.

Dr. Brooks’ lecture is free and open to the public. Registration is requested. (

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