Fall 2001 Colloquia - Archaeology Events
Fall 2001 Archaeology Seminar Series
PhD Program in Anthropology, CUNY Graduate Center
365 5th Avenue at 34th Street
New York, NY 10016
For further information contact Professor Thomas H. McGovern, Bioarchaeology Laboratory, Anthropology Department, Hunter College of the City University of New York, 695 Park Ave., New York, NY. Tel: 212 772 5410 Fax: 212 772 5423, email@example.com
- 11 October
Orientation meeting for entering students, and Colin Amundsen reports on "Survel and Excavation in Finnmark, Norway"
4:30pm 710 Hunter College North Building
- 1 November
Dr. Bill Parry speaks on "Recent Investigations at Teotihuacan"
4:30pm 710 Hunter North
- 29 November
Ruth Maher speaks on "GIS and Pagan Viking Graves in Iceland"
4:30pm 710 Hunter North
NEW VISITING NABO-REU SCHOLAR PROGRAM
A major NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) grant to Dr. Sophia Perdikaris of the CUNY Northern Science & Education Center, Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center has provided support for a series of visiting scholars from ther international North Atlantic Biocultural Organization (NABO) network. Visiting NABO REU scholars will lecture on a technical speciality, provide hands-on demonstrations, and present an archaeology seminar. NABO REU scholars will be in the New York City area for a week, and will work intensively with CUNY graduate students and staff on an individual basis as well as giving formal presentations. Our first NABU REU scholar is Tim Horsley, Archaeology Department of the University of Bradford, who will be providing lectures and hands-on demonstrations on "Recent Advances in Geophysics in Archaeology" in late November (schedule to be announced). Our second NABO REU scholar will be Colleen Batey, archaeology curator of the Glasgow Museum, speaking on "Artifact Curation and Documentation in Archaeology: Preserving and Using the Record." Her visit is being scheduled for Spring 2002.
Visiting scholar via the Norsec mafia, Tim Horsley from Bradford, will give lectures and hands-on demonstrations of resistivity survey. Those of you who have sites in the local area you would like geo-surveyed for free and could tolerate a seminar field excursion descending upon you, please contact Prof. McGovern.
Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center
Visiting scholar Colleen Batey (Curator, Glasgow Museum) will give lectures and hands-on about artifact handling and curation.