Brown Bag Talks for Spring 2019

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

January 31, 2019:
Daniel Plekhov (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
Scrollytelling and Archaeological Publication: Spring 2019 Project for Digital Archaeology Group (DAG)

February 7, 2019:
David Mixter (Binghamton University)
Palimpsest Urbanism: Urban Reworking as Political Action, a Mayanist’s Perspective

February 14, 2019:
Ilaria Patania (Harvard University)
Investigating Palaeolithic Space: Micromorphological Studies of Cave Sites from China and Tanzania

March 7, 2019:
Alex Marko (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
The Archaeology of Roman Hourly Timekeeping

March 14, 2019:
Lennart Kruijer (Leiden University)
Of Mind-Traps and Pornoboskoi: Objects in Motion in the Late-Hellenistic Palace of Samosata

March 21, 2019:
Gretel Rodríguez (History of Art and Architecture, Brown University) and Willis Monroe (University of British Columbia)
Thinking about Religion Digitally: Archaeology and the Database of Religious History

April 4, 2019:
Susan Pollock (Freie Universität Berlin)
Which Bones Matter? Investigations on the Former Property of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics in Berlin

April 11, 2019:
Karl Krusell (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
The Social Construction of Ships: Anthropological Perspectives on Mediterranean Nautical Technology and Maritime Practice

April 18, 2019:
Parker VanValkenburgh (Anthropology, Brown University)
Site Seeing: Towards an Ethics and Politics of Archaeological Vision

April 25, 2019:
Martin Uildriks (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, Brown University)
The Lost Cemetery of Mesa’eed: Legacy Data in the Study of Predynastic Egypt