The University of Sheffield
Department of Archaeology

Subjects/methods: Palaeoanthropology

Research in palaeoanthropology at the University of Sheffield builds on the department’s unique combination of strengths in palaeolithic archaeology, biological anthropology, human and comparative anatomy, primatology and hominid palaeontology. The expertise amongst our staff ranges from behavioural and morphological studies of primates and fossil hominids to the study of palaeolithic culture and Pleistocene environmental evidence. Department staff have active palaeoanthropological field research projects in Britain, Europe and Africa, and there are well developed links between the department and the museum and education centre at Creswell Crags, one of Britain’s most important Ice Age archaeological sites.

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Kevin Kuykendall

Pia Nystrom

Other Staff

Robin Dennell

Research Training Programmes

MSc Palaeoanthropology

External Links

Creswell Crags