Free lectures co-sponsored by the University of Richmond Department of Classical Studies
Lectures will be held at 6 pm in 118 Jepson Hall, 221 Richmond Way, Richmond, VA 23173. For directions and parking, see https://www.richmond.edu/visit/.
Thursday, October 13 – Jack Gary (Colonial Williamsburg), “Restoring Faith: Community Archaeology and the Search for America’s Oldest Black Baptist Church” (click here for recent news coverage of the project) [POSTPONED]
Thursday, November 17 – Sonia Alconini (University of Virginia), “Rethinking Andean and Amazonian Relations: The Taypi Yungas as Spaces of Encounter, Ethnogenesis and Sociopolitical Transformations”
WEDNESDAY, February 8 – Chris Motz (University of Richmond), “Connecting Ecology, Economy, and Craft in the Roman Fish-Salting Industry”
Thursday, March 16 – Emilia Oddo (Tulane University), “In case of emergency, break pots: use and function of Marine Style pottery in Minoan Crete”
Thursday, April 13 – Eric Cline (George Washington University), “1177 BC Revisited: Updating the Late Bronze Age Collapse”