Doty Fine Arts building 2.204
University of Texas-Austin
In recognition of National Archaeology Day (www.nationalarchaeologyday.org) the Central Texas Society of the Archaeological Institute of America hosts a group of UT-affiliated archaeologists who will present their current work in Greece, Italy, Mexico, and the UT Campus at Austin in an open session, Oct. 22, 2011,
1-3 pm, DFA (Doty Fine Arts building) 2.204, UT Campus. You are all invited to attend this event and celebrate the day.
1 p.m.: Adam Rabinowitz, "The Future of the Past: Preserving and Disseminating Archaeological Information in a Digital World."
1:40 p.m. Taylor Bose, "Investigations on the Monumental Architecture of Archaic Crete"
2:00: Meghan Rubenstein, "Terminal Classic Art and Politics at the Maya Site of Kabah, Yucatan peninsual, Mexico"
2:20: Jackie DiBiasie "Studying the graffiti of Oplontis, bay of Naples, Italy"
2:40: Sarah Davies and Joelle Lardi, "A Roman portrait head in the Blanton collection"