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Theater of War: Performing Power on the city wall of Ancient Sinope

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture 2316 West 1st Avenue, Spokane, WA

Speaker: Dr. Owen Doonan, California State University - Northridge Title: Theater of War: Performing Power on the city wall of Ancient Sinope Abstract: This talk considers the particular case study of the Sinope fortifications in light of broader evidence for the relationship between theater and war in Greek culture. Aeneas Tacticus, How to Survive under […]

Love and Death in the Stone Age

MA

Free Virtual Lecture Mary C. Stiner Regents Professor, School of Anthropology, University of Arizona Humans are the only animal species that bury their dead, and this practice is preserved in Paleolithic sites as early as 120,000 years ago. The emergence of burial traditions in this time period implies that both Neanderthals and early humans had […]

Love and Death in the Stone Age

MA

Mary C. Stiner Regents Professor, School of Anthropology, University of Arizona Humans are the only animal species that bury their dead, and this practice is preserved in Paleolithic sites as early as 120,000 years ago. The emergence of burial traditions in this time period implies that both Neanderthals and early humans had already begun to […]

Roundtable discussion on the AIA’s Statement on Social Justice and Archaeology

210F Jefferson Building, Iowa City, IA

In our first meeting of the new academic year, the AIA Iowa Society hosts a discussion about the AIA’s recently released statement on racism in archaeology. You can read that statement here. As a round table, participants in this Zoom event will have the opportunity to comment on the AIA's statement and discuss how we […]