UNCG ARCHAEOLOGY LECTURES SPRING 2013
Faculty Research Tea Talks
Tea talks are sponsored by the Archaeology Club and the Archaeology Program; they take place in the Archaeology Lab, 52 McIver Building, at 4:30 PM on Thursday, unless otherwise noted.
Archaeological Institute of America Lectures are sponsored by the Archaeology Program and the Department of Classical Studies; they take place in 101 Sullivan Science Building.
Tuesday, February 26, Dr. Melanie Sobocinski, AIA Metcalf Lecturer for 2012-2013
AIA Lecture: The Capitoline on Coins: Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Roman Temple
Lecture Location: 101 Sullivan Science Auditorium UNC Greensboro; 8 PM
Thursday, February 28, Professor Richard Liebhart, Art Department, Elon University
Tea Talk: The Phrygians at Gordion as seen from Tumulus MM, the Midas Mound
Thursday, March 28, Professor Donna Nash, Anthropology Department, UNC Greensboro
Tea Talk: Understanding Ancient Beer Making in the Wari Empire
Thursday, April 18, Professor Jeffrey Soles, Classical Studies and Archaeology, UNC Greensboro
Tea Talk: The Lady with the Ivory Pyxis, 2012 Excavations at Mochlos, Crete