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Leverhulme Lecture 2016 - The Himalaya, Past, Present and Future Series

Mark Aldenderfer, (University of California, Merced) - Leverhulme Lecture 2016 - The Himalaya, Past, Present and Future Series - Himalayan Migrations: past and present
When Apr 25, 2016
from 05:30 PM to 06:30 PM
Where The Old Library, Pembroke College
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High mountains are at once forbidding and welcoming — they appear impenetrable but yet are surprisingly permeable. Reflecting on genetics, paleoclimatology, and anthropology, archaeologist Mark Aldenderfer describes how people over the millennia have faced up to the challenges of moving through and around the High Himalayas.

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