What life was like thousands of years ago in the Arabian Peninsula?

 

Meet Professor and anthropologist, Dr. Joy McCorriston, and learn about what life was like thousands of years ago in the Arabian Peninsula. Hear about her experiences in #Yemen and #Oman doing #archeology. What can knapped stones, graffiti, animal bones, and more, tell us about how people lived their lives? Dr. McCorriston sheds light on how people made social ties, how groups shared resources, and what technologies people created to get what they needed from their environments. Some of these practices are found throughout the world, not just in the southern part of the Arabian Peninsula.

Listen to “2021-01-06-What was life like thousands of years ago in the Arabian Peninsula_” on Spreaker.

Her Books:
World Prehistory & the Anthropocene https://wwnorton.com/books/9780500843185
Landscape History of Hadramawt https://ioa.ucla.edu/press/hadramawt
Pilgrimage and Household in the Ancient Near East https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic…
Her archeology in Yemen:
Some of her classes at Ohio State U:
ANTH 2201 Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 3451 Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
ANTH 3434 Archeology of the Holy Land

 

 

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