Calgary Centre Speaker Series
2016/2017 Speaker Series - Invited speakers present their research and knowledge to our members.
September 21: Mike Waters (Texas A&M). Archaeological and Genetic Evidence for the Late Pleistocene Peopling of the Americas
October 19: Bob Dawe & Marcel Kornfeld (Royal Alberta Museum & University of Wyoming). Nunataks and Valley Glaciers: the Icy Corridor
November 16: Erik Johannesson (Pacific Lutheran University). Before the Khans: The Archaeology of the Xiongnu Empire in Mongolia (209 BC-200 AD)
January 18: Barney Reeves & Margaret Kennedys (University of Saskatchewan). Medicine Wheels and Ceremonial Landscapes: Building on Richard G. Forbis’s Pioneering Contributions)
February 15: Michael C. Wilson (Douglass College). Animal Landscapes and Animal Monuments of Plains First Nations, from Antler Piles to Medicine Wheels
March 15: Elizabeth Arnold (Grand Valley State U.). Bringing the Food to the City: How stable isotope analyses of animal remains can address this question
April 20: Meaghan Peurmaki-Brown (Athabasca University). Ancient Maya Settlement and Resource Development in East-Central Belize
These talks take place on the third Wednesday of the month, in room ES 162 at the University of Calgary. The talks begin at 7:30 pm.