[PAST EVENT] International Archaeology Day: Anthropology Undergraduate and Graduate Student Lightning Talks

October 24, 2021
1pm - 2:30pm
Washington Hall, Room 201
241 Jamestown Rd
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Access & Features
  • Open to the public
students, excavating, ground

Anthropology student speakers:

Caroline Watson: Space, place, and landscape: Using GIS tools to understand the formation of elite-ritual secondary centers in the ‘Opunohu Valley

Malachi Tripaldi: Secrets from the Well: rewriting history through skeletal chemistry

Caroline Donovan: Recent gendered publishing patterns in Oceania Archaeology

Annabelle Lewis: Change, continuity, and erasure: Burial and mortuary practices in the American South East, c.1800 – 1937

Allie Mead: Poverty and feminism: A study of Women in the South Welsh coalfields, 1947-1985

Carol Oordt: Shell tools from the Society Islands: An experimental and use-wear analysis Approach

Emily Hull: Social identity and impacts on stone tool use