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Teotihuacan is the most-visited archaeological ruin in the Western Hemisphere. BU archaeologist David Carballo is trying to understand how this ancient Mesoamerican metropolis—on the same scale as Imperial Rome—flourished for more than six centuries. He’s looking for clues in a working-class neighborhood outside the city, hoping that what he finds may inform a host of questions about modern cities.
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- The Health of Refugees: Europe in Crisis 1:00pm
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- The Great Fire: One American's Mission to Rescue Victims of the 20th Century's First Genocide6:00pm
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The School of Public Health presents a discussion about the health of European refugees with Boston Globe reporter Maria Sacchetti, Amy Slaughter, of RefugePoint, and Sondra Crosby, an SPH and MED professor and director of the BMC Immigrant and Refugee Health Program. Tweet questions to #SPHDSS2015. A live stream will be available.
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