Papuan Past Project in São Paulo: a presentation by S. Plutniak

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On Tuesday 7th August, thanks to an invitation by Prof. Astolfo Araujo, Sébastien Plutniak gave a talk on the Papuan Past Project at the Museu de archeologia e etnologia of the Sao Paulo University.
Entitled “‘The Papuan Past Project’ : Archaeology, Genetics and Ethnography in East Sepik, Papua New Guinea. First Results and a Case for Practical Interdisciplinarity”, this presentation included (1) an introduction about the “investigations on human history in New Guinea”, (2) a presentation of the “Lines of investigations and disciplines involved” in the project, (3) details on the first results concerning the ”Cave-related Knowledge and Social Networks” in Auwim village, and (4) some final thoughts on “Practical interdisciplinarity” in our project.

Slides (abstract)

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