Dialogues with the Past: Celebrating Temple Archaeology!107 Gladfelter Hall, Temple University
October 24th from 5-:8:45pm
Temple University’s Anthropology Research and Learning Center is hosting a symposium highlighting the archaeological research being conducted by Temple Students and Faculty. Six graduate students, including myself, and five faculty and staff will be discussing a wide range of topics from the origins of New World agriculture in Columbia to evidence of a unknown brigade encampment at Valley Forge. After the presentations, guests will be invited to view artifact on display in the Anthropology Research and Learning Center. I am slotted to present on my work at Elfreth’s Alley from 5:55 - 6:05pm. As soon as the complete schedule is available, I will post the information here.
Explore Philadelphia’s Buried Past 2013National Constitution Center, Kirby Auditorium
October 26th from 10a-3:30p
This archaeology month event includes diverse talks about archaeology completed in the Philadelphia area. The event is hosted by the Philadelphia Archaeological Forum and the National Parks Service. More information about the event and a program of talks is available here.
Both events are free and open to the public! Hope to see you there!