Last week I had the pleasure to attend the 7th Annual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (ESHE) that was held in the beautiful Leiden in the Netherlands.
It was a three intensive-days conference with many interesting talks and posters. We had several contributions:
Luca Fiorenza, Huynh N. Nguyen, Stefano Benazzi. Macrowear and biomechanical analyses of great ape molars.
Almudena Estalrrich, Luca Fiorenza, Ulrike Menz, Antonio Rosas, Ottmar Kullmer. Dental behavior and long-term dietary reconstruction of El Sidrón Neandertals derived from molar macrowear patterns.
Rita Sorrentino, Caterina Minghetti, William Parr, Kevin Turley, Stephen Wroe, Colin Shaw, Jaap Saers, Anne
Su, Luca Fiorenza, Francesco Feletti, Stephen Frost, Kristian J. Carlson, Giovanna M. Belcastro, Timothy Ryan,
Stefano Benazzi. Evaluating behavioral effects on modern human shape tali through GMM.
We were lucky to be in The Stadsgehoorzaal, a beautiful historic building that was chosen by Leiden University for the conference venue. I have attached a couple of photos below.