Lana Neal earned her Ph.D. in Musicology after enrollment at both the University of Southampton and the University of Texas at Austin. Upper Palaeolithic flutes, the oldest indisputable musical instruments that have survived in the archaeological record, are the primary subject of her research. Her research goals have been to develop an understanding of the role of flutes in Upper Palaeolithic culture and to investigate the significance of music in human evolution and culture in a broader sense.
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