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Welcome to the Brown Bag Series in Archaeology!

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The Brown Bag series is intended to stimulate the sharing and discussion of current work in archaeology undertaken by graduate students and faculty at Brown University and nearby institutions. Speakers give presentations on their current archaeological interests or research and take questions from the audience in an informal setting. The development and maturation of ideas is the goal, and anyone interested in archaeology is invited to attend. Lunch will be provided, so please come, eat, and enjoy the experience!

Thursdays 12-1 PM

Room 108 at the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World

(Rhode Island Hall, 60 George Street)

Questions or comments can be sent to Diana Richardson [email] 

Want to continue the discussion? Please do so here: Discussion Forum

Spring 2013

January 31

Andrea Roppa (University of Leicester)
Divergent colonial situations? Nuragics and Phoenicians in Iron Age Sardinia

February 7

Sylvian Fachard (Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
As Boeotian as it gets? Studying the walls of Eleutherai within their landscape.

February 21

Alyce de Carteret (Anthropology, Brown University)
The Red Shift: Insights into Polity Aesthetics from the Maya Site of El Zotz, Guatemala

February 28

M. Willis Monroe (Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies, Brown University)
The Black Stone of Desire: Diorite Trade in the Persian Gulf, Unpacking a Commodity of Opportunity

March 7

Suzanne Pilaar Birch (Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
Before the Neolithic...: Forager Lifeways in Mesolithic Croatia and the Transition from Hunting to Herding

March 21

Christian Marek (Classics, Brown University)
Political Institutions and language: the process of Hellenization in Western Anatolia

April 4

Rachel Engmann (Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
Come and Take Back Your Stuff!: Excavating The Royal Museum of Central Africa, Colonialism and Postcolonial Realities in Belgium

April 11

Susan Herringer (Engineering & Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
Investigations into Archaeometallurgy using Neutron Radiography and Tomography

TUESDAY, April 16

Marjon Steedman (University of Glasgow)
Romanization and Early Latin Inscriptions on Sardinia

April 18

Alexander Smith (Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
Island Indigeneity and Empire: An Exploration of the Spanish Balearic Islands in Late First Millennium B.C.E.

April 25

Timothy Sandiford (Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
Petihor's Problem: Living and Working in the Northern Abydos Settlement Site, Upper Egypt

Fall 2012

September 13

Sturt Manning (Cornell University)
The Roman World and Climate: Context, Relevance of Climate Change

September 27

Amanda Lynch (Geological Sciences, Brown University)
The role of the Yorta Yorta people in clarifying the common interest in sustainable management of the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia

October 4

Fotini Kondyli (Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
Memory and Power at the Borders of the Byzantine Empire

October 11

Tesse D. Stek (Leiden University)
State Organization and Cult Places in Latin Colonies

October 25

Andrea Matranga (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain)
Mankind's Best Mistake: How The First Farmers Accepted Subsistence Living in Exchange for Stability

November 1

Elizabeth Murphy (Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)

November 8

Cinzia Pappi (Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies, Brown University)
Recent Excavations at Satu Qala in Northern Iraq

November 15

Alba Serino (University of L'Aquila)
The Cistercian Order in Middle Age: a topographic approach to the study of Cistercian landscape developments in France and Italy

November 29

Cristina Corsi
Radiography of the past. Integrated non-destructive approaches for studying complex archaeological sites

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