Given the current uncertainties about the health situation and the worldwide impact of COVID-19 pandemic, the committee has decided that, for the first time, DIG will be held online. While nothing can quite replace the unique benefits of face-to-face gatherings, we are excited about the posibilities that a virtual meeting offers.
DIG2021 is hosted by the Interdisciplinary Center for Archaeology and Evolution of Human Behavior (ICArEHB) of the University of Algarve at Faro.
The ICArEHB’s core mission is to develop an integrative understanding of past human adaptations. We seek to establish interdisciplinary perspectives to address key aspects of the human journey by investigating the archaeological record and using present analogs, including extant primates, to model behavioral resilience, change, and innovation through time.
Visit the websites of the University of Algarve and of ICArEHB for more information: