Sarah Wurz is an Associate Professor at the School of Geography, Archaeology and Environmental Studies and associated with the SFF Centre for Early Sapiens Behaviour (SapienCE), University of Bergen. Her research interests and publication record include Middle Stone Age landscape archaeology and behavior, archaeological heritage resource management and tourism and the origins of music. Her multidisciplinary background and expertise provide a unique approach to investigate ancient behavior and cognition. She excavates the Klasies River main site, a key site for understanding the origins of Homo sapiensin Africa. The papers that she published on Klasies River contributed new information on the Middle Stone Age lithic technology, and more recently, on site formation and palaeo-environments during the last Interglacial.