Senior Research Fellow, UCL Institute of Archaeology
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Human Evolution Interest
The focus of my research is on the archaeology of human origins, especially Neanderthal tool use and hunting. What excites me about the subject is the possibility of understanding human behaviour in the deep evolutionary past and what it can teach us about how we live our lives today.
My teaching covers the archaeology of human origins, presenting a
story of human development not through the traditional framework of
anatomical changes, but directly through the behavioural evidence left
in the archaeological record.
My research interests focus on the
interpretation of archaeological records relating to human evolution. In
particular I am interested in early human adaptations to north European
environments and responses to long and short-term climate change.