Lethbridge Centre Speaker Series
2022-2023 Speaker Series:
Invited speakers present their research and knowledge to our members on the first Tuesday of every month. We moved our meetings from the Lethbridge Public Library to the University of Lethbridge because the library has reduced their evening hours. Be sure to check the room location of the presentation as it can change. We also offer a Zoom link for those members unable to join us in person. Watch for the Zoom link in your email inbox. Non-members, feel free to join us in person or contact the ASA Lethbridge Centre for a Zoom link to participate: email@example.com
Topics range from local archaeological projects to sites and research carried out across the globe. The meetings start at 7:00 pm with a short business meeting. The guest speaker begins shortly thereafter.
September: No meeting.
October 4: Mavis Chan (University of Lethbridge). Analysis on the Little John Archaeological Site (KdOv-6) and Least Cost Path Analysis on the Yukon Borderland. PE264 University of Lethbridge.
November 1: Ken Holyoke (University of Lethbridge). Of Rocks, Lakes, and the Beautiful River: An Archaeological History of the Lower Walastoq and the Washademoak Lake Chert Source. PE264 Univeristy of Lethbridge.
December 6: Special Holiday Dinner and Presentation. Shawn Bubel, Kevin McGeough, and Bob Dawe (University of Lethbridge and the Royal Alberta Museum). Tents, Trowels, and Teamwork: University of Lethbridge/Royal Alberta Museum Field School at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Luigi's Restaurant.
January 11: Holly Krause ( and Treasurer of the ASA Lethbridge Centre). Dorset use of Caribou Bones and Mingo Lake (LdFa-1).
February 7: Rachel Lindemann (Atlatl Archaeology). Wine Production & Pot Sherds: Recent Excavations a Yavne, Israel. Room PE250 University of Lethbridge.
March 7: Jaron Soyaniskiipoyi Weasel Bear (Piikani Nation). Traditional Piikani Songs & Stories. PE250 University of Lethbridge.
April 4: Tammi Mills (University of Lethbridge). Remote Sensing and Archaeology. AH100 University of Lethbridge.