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Brown Bag Talks for Fall 2017

Brown BagTalks are held
Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 PM
Rhode Island Hall, Room 108
Brown University, 60 George Street, Providence, RI

 

September 21, 2017:
Carl Walsh (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
A Cup for Any Occasion? The Materiality of Elite Drinking Practices and Experiences in the Kerma State

September 28, 2017:
Itohan Osayimwese (History of Art and Architecture, Brown University)
Translating 19th-Century German Ethnoarchaeology: Hermann Frobenius’ African Building Types and Other Essays

October 5, 2017:
Shiyanthi Thavapalan (Egyptology and Assyriology, Brown University)
Counterfeiting Nature: Developments in Glass-Making and Glass-Working in the Late Bronze Age Near East

October 19, 2017:
Eva Mol (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
Making Myth Real: Objects in Herodotus’ Histories and Material Epistemology

October 26, 2017:
Nicholas Laluk (Anthropology, Brown University)
Ndee (Apache) Archaeology: Cultural Tenets as Best Practice

November 2, 2017:
Katia Schörle (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
Economic Integration Principles and Competitive Markets in the Roman World: An Example from the Edge (Palmyra)

November 16, 2017:
Kaitlin McCormick (Anthropology, Brown University)
Contexts of Collection: Comparing Emma Shaw’s Northwest Coast and Subarctic Collections, 1884-1897

November 30, 2017:
Brian Lander (History, Brown University)
Living with Wetlands in the Yangzi Valley

December 7, 2017:
Graham Oliver (Classics, Brown University)
Re-Thinking Things: Archaeological Theory, Words on Objects, and Mediation. Reflections from the Greek Inscriptions in the RISD Museum

Brown Bag Talks for Spring 2017

Brown BagTalks are held
Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 PM
Rhode Island Hall, Room 108
Brown University, 60 George Street, Providence, RI

Please note that we are still adding to our schedule, and these dates are not yet finalized.

February 2, 2017:
Brendan Weaver (Berea College)
The Archaeology of the Aesthetic: Slavery and the Jesuit Vineyards of Nasca, Peru

February 9, 2017:
Eduardo Neves (Harvard University)
Was There Ever a Neolithic in the Neotropics?

February 23, 2017:
Lia Dykstra (History of Art and Architecture, Brown University)
An Authentic Fake:  Appropriating Romanesque Architecture for Barcelona’s 1929 International Exposition

March 2, 2017:
Axel Posluschny (Keltenwelt am Glauberg)
What Have the Romans Ever Done for Us?

March 9, 2017:
Nancy Jacobs (History, Brown University)
The African Grey Parrot: A Global History

March 16, 2017:
Catalina Mas Florit (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
From Roman to Byzantine: Shaping the Rural Landscape in Late Antique Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain)

March 23, 2017:
Tamar Hodos (University of Bristol)
Manipulating Luxury? Understanding the Production and Distribution of Decorated Ancient Ostrich Eggs

April 13, 2017:
Samantha Lash (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
From Soil to Society: Framing Land Use and Climate Change in the West Mediterranean during the 1st Millennium BCE

April 20, 2017:
Jana Anvari (Flinders University)
New Stories on Old Buildings: Recent Work on the Architecture of the Chalcolithic Çatalhöyük West Mound

April 27, 2017:
Sergio Escribano Ruiz (University of the Basque Country and JCB Research Fellow)
Basque Fishing along the North Atlantic: Capitalism, Mobility, Colonialism and Sensoriality

Brown Bag Talks for Spring 2016

Brown BagTalks are held
Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 PM
Rhode Island Hall, Room 108
Brown University, 60 George Street, Providence, RI

Please note that we are still adding to our schedule, and these dates are not yet finalized.

 

February 18, 2016:
Craig Cipolla (Royal Ontario Museum)
Mending Stone: Confronting Vibrant Matters in New England Heritage

March 3, 2016:
Jonathan Ruane (Boston University)
Urban Geography at the Classic Maya Center of Xultun, Guatemala: Neighborhoods and the Ordering of Space

March 10, 2016:
David Quixal (Universitat de València)
Settlement Pattern and Cultural Change from the Iron Age to the Roman Period in the Inland Valencia (Eastern Iberia)

March 17, 2016:
Catie Steidl (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
Isn’t It Ionic? [Don’t You Think?]

March 24, 2016:
Pinar Durgun (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
Putting the Dead in Their Place: Anatolian Cemeteries in Context

April 7, 2016:
Miguel Angel Cau Ontiveros (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
Pollentia (Mallorca, Balearic Islands): The Transformation of a Provincial Roman City

April 14, 2016:
Ignacio Grau (Universidad de Alicante)
Social Meanings of Fortified Landscape in the Iberian Iron Age

April 21, 2016:
Itohan Osayimwese (History of Art and Architecture, Brown University)
Sea, Wall, Camp: Architecture and the Migration Crisis in Europe

April 28, 2016:
Yongsong Huang (Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, Brown University)
Linking Climate Change with Cultural and Anthropological Events Using  Recalcitrant Lipids in Archaeological Remains