On 13 September 2015 Prof. Dr. Raymond Corbey gave a lecture in Eijsden about the different theories related to the making of handaxes by our ancestor Homo Erectus. Not only did Prof. Corbey present the three competing paradigms currently popular among paleontologists but he revealed a new – soon to be published – fourth theory developed by himself and his colleagues.
Prof. Corbey was appointed Fellow of the Eugène Dubois Foundation at the end of the lecture.
This Eugène Dubois Foundation event was organised in collaboration with Studium Generale, Maastricht University.
Watch the photo album on Flickr.