Archaeology Seminar Series

Archaeology Seminar Series Fall 2018

All talks 12:20-1:15 pm Wednesdays in STO 253, unless otherwise indicated

 

Speaker Location Date/Time
Bryan Burns, Wellesley College

Honoring the Dead Through Monuments and Miniatures: Excavations at Eleon in Central Greece

 

STO 253

 

Wednesday,

Sept. 19,

12:20 PM

Natalie Munro, University of Connecticut

The Emergence of Animal Management in the Southern Levant

 

STO 253

 

Wednesday,

Oct. 3

12:20 PM

Ellery Frahm, Yale University

A Neanderthal, a human, and a turtle walk across a landscape: Reconstructing Palaeolithic mobility in Southwest Asia

STO 253

 

Wednesday,

Oct. 17,

12:20 PM

Leslie Reeder-Myers, Temple University

Ancient Oysters and Modern Messes: How Archaeology Can Help Clean Up Urban Estuaries

 

STO 253

 

Wednesday,

Oct. 31,

12:20 PM

Faculty Spotlight: David Carballo, Boston University

Households and Communities at Teotihuacan, Mexico: Perspectives on the Past and Present

 

Lunch will be provided

 

STO 253

 

Wednesday,

Nov. 14,

12:20 PM

Lucas Proctor, University of Connecticut

Fueling Complexity: Archaeobotanical Approaches to Fuel Economies and Early Urbanism in Northern Mesopotamia

 

STO 253

 

Wednesday,

Nov. 28,

12:20 PM

Samuel Munoz, Northeastern University

Muddy Perspectives: Recent Advances in the Application of Geoscience in Archaeology

 

STO 253

 

Wednesday,

Dec. 12,

12:20 PM

 

 

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