Tim White, University of California, Berkeley
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|Welcome||Pascal Gagneux, University of California, San Diego|
|Opening Remarks||Fred Gage, Salk Institute|
|African Origins of the Hominid Clade||Tim White, University of California, Berkeley|
|In Central Africa, On the Track of a New Cradle for Mankind||Michel Brunet, Collège de France|
|Paleoenvironments and Early Hominids: The View from Kenya||Andrew Hill, Yale University|
|The Earliest Hominids from Ethiopia||Yohannes Haile-Selassie, Cleveland Museum of Natural History|
|Early Pliocene Hominids from Gona, Ethiopia||Sileshi Semaw, Indiana University, Bloomington|
|Crania of the Earliest Hominds||Berhane Asfaw, National Museum of Ethiopia|
|Dentition of the Earliest Hominids||Gen Suwa, The University of Tokyo|
|Locomotion and Behavioral Ecology of the Earliest Hominids||Gen Suwa, The University of Tokyo|
|'Little Foot', Big Find - A Skeleton of Australopithecus||Ronald John Clarke, Wits University|
|Closing Remarks||Margaret Schoeninger, University of California, San Diego|
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