Friday, June 1st, 2007 Archaeology of the Mongolian Period XIII - XVc. AD

DateTimeLocation
Friday, June 1, 20072:00PM - 4:00PMWoodsworth College Residence
University of Toronto
321 Bloor Street West
Room 30

Description

After her well-received lecture here on April 26, 2006 we are delighted to welcome Professor Tumen again. She holds a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) in Anthropology from Moscow State University, Russia. She specializes in paleoanthropology, human skeletal biology, dentition, dermatoglyphics, paleodemography, paleopathology, racial variation and historical populations in Mongolia and North Asia and molecular anthropology.


Speakers

Tumen Dashzeveg
Head, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology, National University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia


Main Sponsor

Asian Institute

Co-Sponsors

Central and Inner Asia Studies

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