2002 Archaeology Seminar Series
5th Avenue at 34th Street
This semester Archaeology has a high concentration of distinguished visitors, especially in March. This is in large part result of Sophia Perdikaris' NSF grant, and presents us with what may be an unrepeatable opportunity. Several of these visitors will be doing hands on work with students at Brooklyn College-Graduate Center and Hunter MA's are both invited and STRONGLY encouraged to make use of this opportunity (contact Dr. Perdikaris for final details of the hands on workshops). We do not have a set schedule for the whole series, but March and April are rather full, so we will postpone the normal February meeting to next month. Here is the current schedule, I will update you as we have more (all meetings are at the usual spot 710 Hunter N 4:30-5:30, beer, soda and crunchies as usual):
March 7th 4:30-5:30
March 14th, 4:30-5:30
March 15th, 4:30-?
April 18th, 4:30-5:30
Upcoming but not scheduled:
Dr. Bill Belcher US Army Central Identification Lab Hawaii, on forensic archaeology and federal employment possibilities.
Dr. Andy Dugmore U. Edinburgh and CUNY Graduate Center on geomorphology and human impacts research.
Dr. Przemyslav Urbanczyk, U. Warsaw, on an archaeological perspective from E Europe.
I should also note that Dr. Perdikaris is giving a talk Friday, March 1st at the Graduate Center program colloq. on both her own research and the educational work going on with the AMNH (which involves grad students in a completely new special program-contact Dr. Perdikaris for details).
As you can see, we have a full schedule upcoming, especially next month. Many thanks for your continued interest, hope to see you many times in the near future!
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