Origins 2016 recap
A big thank you to everyone who participated in this year's Origins conference, but especially to Marcus Ross and the folks at Liberty University for working hard to host us. We had 58 folks registered for the conference and twenty technical presentations. The test screening of Is Genesis History? was a big highlight of this year's conference also. The abstracts for this year's conference are now available for download right here:
Also for those who inquired, here is a link to our special issue on human origins, which features three technical articles on Homo naledi.
If you are interested in submitting a paper for the 2017 human origins special issue, please see the call for papers. Submissions are due December 30, 2016.
Next year's Origins 2017 conference will be held at San Diego Christian College on July 19-22. Abstract submissions will be due in the spring, and we'll send out a call for abstracts this fall. Mark your calendars now, and we hope to see you there!
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