Lectures and Events

Lectures and Events

 

 

Fall 2019

Date/Location/Time Title of Event Speaker/Event
October 18th
3-4:30 pm
NC Museum of History, Raleigh
Trowel Blazers: Perspectives of Women in NC Archaeology

A panel of North Carolina female archaeologists in the private and public sectors discuss their diverse experiences in the field.

Dr. Linda Stine
Assistant Professor & Archaeology Program Director
Department of Anthropology
UNCGEvent is free.
October 19th
1-4 pm
Greensboro History Museum
Archaeology Day

Dig into history with hands-on activities for all ages. Co-sponsored with the UNCG Department of Archaeology.

Event is free.

 

Spring 2019

Date/Location/Time Title of Event Speaker/Event
March 20th
5:30-6:30 pm
Graham 307
Public History Work-in-Progress Talk

“Excavating a Museum: The 1930s Princeton University Antioch Project”

Dr. Asa Eger

 

 

 

Fall 2018

Date/Location/Time Title of Event Speaker/Event
October 20th

North side of LaBauer Park bordering the museum’s terrace.

Archaeology Day.  Exploring the Past through History and Archaeology

Family friendly event.

A collaboration between the UNCG Archaeology Program and the Greensboro History Museum

 

Thursday, November 8th
5:30 p.m.
*reception at 5 p.m.

School of Education Building room 118.
Speaker Series

Climate on a Human Scale: Exploring Seasonality in Late Bronze Age Crete

co-sponored by the Departments of Classical Studies, Anthropology, and Geography, Enviroment, and Sustainability

Dr. Jennifer Alice Moody
Research Fellow
Department of Classics
University of Texas, AustinDr. Moody is a recipient of the 1989 MacArthur genius award for her interdisciplinary archaeological research of the development of the landscapes of Crete and other Aegean Islands, drawing from ecology, geography, and anthropology.

 

Spring 2018

Date/Location/Time Title of Event Speaker/Event
Wednesday, March 21
5:30-6:30 p.m.
Maple Room, EUC
Life on the First Muslim-Christian Border

Abstract

Tea Talk

co-sponsored by the Islamic Studies Research Network, Humanities Network and Consortium (HNAC), History, Religious Studies, Lloyd International Honors College, and the Muslim Student Association, with support from the International Program Center Kohler Fund.

 

Dr. Asa Eger
Associate Professor
Department of History
UNCG
Tuesday, March 27
6 p.m.
225 Curry Bldg.
*wine and cheese reception at 5:30 p.m.
Pompeii and the life history of a city
Edward J. Bader Lecture

Abstract

co-sponsored by the AIA and the Dept. of Classical Studies

 

Dr. Kevin Dicus
Assistant Professor
Department of Classics
University of Oregon
Tuesday, April 17
6 p.m.
TBA

AIA Lecture for this date
has been cancelled