By August 8, 2016 0 Comments

The Human History teaches us to travel

The other day, Dan Nguyen, a big fan of our magazine, wrote us an email telling us that considering our interests, we may like to watch this video. He was right, so we have decided to share it with you all. The speaker’s name is Eske Willerslev, director at the Centre of Excellence in GeoGenetics at the University of Copenhagen, whose speech touches upon how our human DNA has shaped history. An example is the way in which the journeys that our ancestors embarked upon has shaped the world that we currently live in. The speech is filmed at The Black Diamond in Copenhagen on the 21st November 2015. (Thanks Dan, this is really interesting)

About: Mado Martinez (104 Posts)

Mado Martinez, PhD, is the editorial director of Ispectrum Magazine. She has published several books and articles, and investigated hundreds of topics, mainly in the fields of literature, gender,anthropology and politics. Her professional career has always been related with writing, journalism and communications. She has been lecturer in different universities and international conferences.

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