Co-Sponsored Talk: Hummingbird Flies Through the Toilet; Deer Prospers in the Apocalypse: An Archaeology Beyond Colonial Parallelism

  • Starts: 12:20 pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2024
  • Ends: 1:10 pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2024
The Archaeology Program and Department of Anthropology are co-sponsoring a lecture titled “Hummingbird Flies Through the Toilet; Deer Prospers in the Apocalypse: An Archaeology Beyond Colonial Parallelism.” We are thrilled to have, Nathan Acebo (University of Connecticut) joining us to share their work. The talk is Wednesday, April 24th in the Gabel Museum of Archaeology, STO 253, 675 Commonwealth Avenue, 12:20-1:10. Lunch will be provided.
Location:
Gabel Museum of Archaeology, 675 Commonwealth Avenue (Room 253)
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