UM professor Dr. Traci Ardren excavating burials at the Classic Maya site of Xuenkal, Yucatán, México
International Archaeology Day
Saturday, October 19, 9am-5pm
Lowe Art Museum
As part of International Archaeology Day, University of Miami and local archaeologists will discuss the results of their fieldwork. Attendance is free and open to the public but registration is recommended.
More information about National Archaeology Day (Archaeological Institute of America)
Traci Ardren (Department of Anthropology, University of Miami)- Plant fiber technology and Classic Maya trade at the ancient city of Chunchucmil
Karen Brunso and Matthew Fenno (Tribal Historic Preservation Office, Seminole Tribe of Florida)- Camp life: Recording historic camps as heritage
Bob Carr (Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, Inc.)- Digging Miami: Three Thousand Years of Human Activities at the Mouth of the Miami River
Pamela Geller (Department of Anthropology, University of Miami)- Warrior Women: A biohistorical look at gender variance in the nineteenth century
Monica Faraldo and Linda Taylor (Department of Anthropology, University of Miami)- Of Supper and Salvors: Excavations at Audubon House (site 8MO220), Key West, FL
David Graf (Department of Religious Studies, University of Miami)- Edge of Empire: Artifacts of Roman Rule from Arabia
Jon Krigbaum (Department of Anthropology, University of Florida)- Isotopic evidence for hunter-gatherer paleodiet in tropical Southeast Asia
Steve Nash (Department of Anthropology, Denver Museum of Nature and Science)- Time, Trees, and Prehistory: Tree-Ring Dating at Mesa Verde National Park and Beyond
William Pestle (Department of Anthropology, University of Miami)- West Side Story: Preliminary results of the Proyecto Arqueólogico Regional de Añasco, Puerto Rico
Ali Pourmand/Arash Sharifi (Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics, Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science, University of Miami)- Climate, the hand that rocks Mesopotamia
Jeff Ransom (Office of Historic Preservation, Miami-Dade County)- TBD
J. Marla Toyne (Department of Anthropology, University of Central Florida)- Tombs with a view: Using vertical archaeology to explore prehispanic cliff tombs in Chachapoyas, Peru
Sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, the Lowe, and the College of Arts and Sciences.
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