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Jessi Halligan, “Why underwater? The importance of submerged landscape research for understanding Pleistocene peoples in the New World”

Davidson College 315 North Main Street, Semans Auditorium, Belk Visual Arts Center, Davidson, NC, United States

Tuesday, March 19, 2023 7:30 p.m. Belk Visual Arts Center 117 Davidson College Davidson, NC This lecture is FREE and open to the public. Please join us if you're an archaeology enthusiast! About the lecture: Perhaps most people think of shipwrecks when underwater archaeology is mentioned, but numerous formerly-terrestrial sites have survived drowning in our […]

The Becoming of Mesoamerican Pigments: The Olmec presented by Dr. Gerardo Gutierrez (CU Boulder)

CU Museum of Natural History Broadway, Boulder, CO, United States

This lecture presents a new study of pigments and coloring materials that offers a unique window into the development of indigenous science, ideology, and learning processes to innovate knowledge. The color palettes of Juxtlahuaca, Cauadzidziqui and Oxtotitlan caves, all located in the state Guerrero, Mexico, will be compared and evaluated and I will propose how […]

“Reconceiving the nomad: tropes, archaeological reality, and why it matters!” By Tekla Schmaus PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC) 2316 West 1st Avenue, Spokane, WA, United States

"Reconceiving the nomad: tropes, archaeological reality, and why it matters!" By Tekla Schmaus PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh Abstract coming soon. About Dr. Tekla Schmaus: Tekla Schmaus received her PhD from Indiana University in 2015. She is an archaeologist working in Central Eurasia whose research focuses on human-environment interactions, prehistoric economy and diet, […]


Peabody Museum Tours Led by Harvard Students

Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA, United States

Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 2:00 pm October 1, 2023–April 21, 2024. See blackout dates.* Regular museum admission rates apply. *Blackout dates: November 24–26, 2023; December 4, 2023–January 21, 2024; and March 9–17, 2024. Tours by Harvard students connect visitors with the research, teaching, and Indigenous engagement surrounding the cultural heritage in the museum’s care. […]