Unforeseen Circumstances: A symposium on Expertise and Justice in the Anthropocene
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Roundtable: 11:00 – 1:00 | Nelson 1215
Plenary Panel: 3:00-5:00 | PFEN 241
Sponsored by CLA ENGAGE, Purdue Anthropology
Open Seminar/Screening: THE CLEANERS (Hans Block) with an introduction & discussion led by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Dada Docot
Friday, Oct 25 | 2:30-4:30pm |WALC 3154
Limited seating, RSVP to https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8ekm5lkvJR9MQMR
10/16/2019 Dr. Erik Otarola-Castillo and Dr. Amanda Veile recently met in Cañete, Peru with the municipal leadership of the Cañete province, and Dr. Francesca Fernandini Parodi (PUCP; PI of Cerro de Oro, San Luis), to develop a collaborative archaeology and culture heritage project centered on engagement with community members, their archaeological training, and support for local archaeological education and preservation.
9/30/2019 PhD candidate, Katie Whitmore and Professor Michele Buzon along with Stuart Tyson Smith have recently published a chapter in Bioarchaeology of Frontiers and Borderlands titled Living on the Border: Health and Identity during Egypt’s Colonization of Nubia in the New Kingdom Period. The cover features a heart scarab excavated at Tombos.