Rebecca Goldstein Lecture on “The Curious Relationship of the Sciences and Humanities.” 7:30pm April 23, Mendenhall Great Room
Biblical Archeology lecture: Chancellor Staton and Prof. Jennie Ebeling. Thurs. October 24, 2017. 4pm Flanagan 265
Ancient and Modern World Lecture Series
Thursday, September 21, 7 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Megan Perry, Professor of Biological Anthropology, East Carolina University
Perry has worked on archaeological projects in Jordan for almost 20 years, focusing on the excavation of first-century tombs and domestic structures from the first through fourth centuries. Her interests include understanding ancient health and disease patterns and assessing population mobility.
We would be grateful if you could help us circulate the attached advertisement for the
“International Summer School of Archaeology and Greek Language” organized by the
Toumba Excavation of the Department of Archaeology and the School of Modern Greek
Language, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
The Summer School will take place in July 2017 and will include both seminars and
fieldwork at the excavation site of Toumba in Thessaloniki.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any clarifications or additional information.
School of Modern Greek Language,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
54124 Thessaloniki – Hellas.
tel +30 2310 997576
fax +30 2310 997573
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