Archaeology Brown Bag Lunches
Sponsored by the Yale University Council on Archaeological Studies and the Department of Anthropology, these lectures typically take place during the academic year on Fridays at 12:00 PM, in Room 101 of 51 Hillhouse Avenue.
2016-2017 Lecture Series Update
We are pleased to announce that lecturers and dates have been finalized for our 2016-2017 lecture series.
- Owen Doonan, California State University Northridge; ”Postcolonial Pontus: Indigenous-Colonial Relations in Northern Anatolia from the Colonial Encounters to the Fall of Mithridates VI”; Hanfmann Lecture; Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 5:30 PM.
- Carl Knappett, University of Toronto; Lecture Topic TBA; Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 5:30 PM.
Members of the AIA, the public and students are invited to attend these free lectures. Lectures will be held at Yale University’s Phelps Hall, Room 407, with a reception to follow in the Chair’s Office.
Cultural Heritage at Risk
Archaeological looting is a global issue that threatens the preservation of our shared cultural heritage. Of special concern is the looting of archaeological sites and monuments in the Middle East. For current news and relevant websites, click here.
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