A Partial Perspective – Dr. Sarah Willen on Pandemic Journaling Project & Linking Migrant Health and Dignity in Israel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CVarDpv270 Dr. Sarah Willen on Pandemic Journaling Project & Linking Migrant Health and Dignity in Israel Season 1 Episode 5: Recorded June 11, 2020 In this next episode of A Partial Perspective is with Dr. Sarah Willen a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut. She’s authored several articles and books in her career,... Continue Reading →

Qesem Cave’s 400,000 Year Old Stone Tool Making Classroom

Israel's Qesem cave is approx. 12 km east of Tel Aviv. At 420,000 to 220,000 years old, it is a lower Paleolithic site. Qesem cave has flint blades, scrapers, knives, as well as flakes and hammer stones. All stages of stool tool making has been found from the site. In 2010, archaeologists called it the the oldest... Continue Reading →

What Did Humans Eat 780,000 Years Ago?

Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Bar Ilan University archaeologists have uncovered what humans ate 780,000 years ago from the waterlogged Gesher Benot Ya'aqo site in the northern Jordan Valley in Israel. The findings were published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, under a publication titled, "The plant component of an Acheulian diet at Gesher... Continue Reading →

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