Tucked into rolling countryside from southwestern France to Spain’s northern coast lies a treasure trove of artifacts and art left by early humans tens of thousands of years ago. Witness some of the oldest art in the world in caves from Lascaux to El Castillo, and marvel at the artistic skill and sensitivity of our early ancestors. 

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Prehistoric Caves of France and  Spain

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Tucked into rolling countryside from southwestern France to Spain’s northern coast lies a treasure trove of artifacts and art left by early humans tens of thousands of years ago. Witness some of the oldest art in the world in caves from Lascaux to El Castillo, and marvel at the artistic skill and sensitivity of our early ancestors. 

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Anna Kathryn Kendrick

Anna Kathryn Kendrick

Anna Kathryn Kendrick is a Clinical Associate Professor of Literature and Director of Global Awards at NYU Shanghai. Her second book project, Altamira and the Avant-Garde: Literary Archaeologies of Francoist Spain, centers on Spain’s Paleolithic heritage, examining rhetorical echoes in the work of Spanish poets and artists across the twentieth century. Her first book, Humanizing Childhood in Early Twentieth-Century Spain (Cambridge 2020) was recently awarded the Katherine Singer Kovacs prize for Spanish and Latin American studies by the Modern Language Association of America. Other work has been published in the Bulletin of Spanish Studies, the Modern Language Review and in Global Studies of Childhood. She holds an A.B. in History and Literature from Harvard University and an MPhil and Ph.D. in Spanish from Cambridge University, where she was a Gates Cambridge Scholar.