Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Audrey Horning
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Can archaeology contribute to peacebuilding in the present? Prof. Horning describes how her archaeological work in Northern Ireland provides new evidence about contested pasts and empowers contemporary communities to confront historical legacies. She will draw parallels with archaeological engagement efforts in Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown that interrogate histories of race-based discrimination and inform our understanding of contemporary racism.
About Professor Horning:
Professor Horning is the Forrest D. Murden Professor of Anthropology and a 1989 graduate of William & Mary. She has taught in the United States, Ireland, and the United Kingdom and has published seven books, most recently serving as editor of Volume 4: A Cultural History of Objects in the Age of Enlightenment (Bloomsbury, 2020).
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