Lethbridge Centre Speaker Series
2021-2022 Speaker Series:
Invited speakers usually present their research and knowledge to our members at the Community Room in the Lethbridge Public Library on the first Tuesday of every month. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic these presentations are being held online via Zoom. ASA Lethbridge Centre members receive the Zoom link in the monthly newsletters, but anyone wanting to join the meetings are welcome. Please contact the ASA Lethbridge Centre for a Zoom link to participate: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 21: Carl Brave Rock (Blackfoot Storyteller, Writer, and Actor). Napi Lives.
October 5: Deanna Anderchefski, Kyra, and Rory Black (University of Lethbridge Field School Participants). An Overview of the Recent Excavations at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.
November 2: Sarah woodman (Cultural Places Officer, GNWT). The Northwest Territories Geographic Names Program, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, and the Department of Culture & Heritage.
December 7: Special Holiday Party Event - Trivia Night! Online via Zoom.
January 11: Holly Krause ( and Treasurer of the ASA Lethbridge Centre). Dorset use of Caribou Bones and Mingo Lake (LdFa-1).
February 1: Kisha Supernant (University of Alberta). Sensing the Past: Engaging Digital and Indigenous Archaeologies for Community-Engaged Research.
March 1: Angela Hodson (Tel-Aviv University). A Second Temple Synagogue at Tel Beit Shemesh?
April 5: Kevin McGeough (University of Lethbridge). Pandemics in the Ancient World: The Death of Pericles and the Treason of King Suppiluliuma.