Standing Rock and Bears Ears are both Indigenous spaces that have led to the creation of large scale movements to protect Indigenous sovereignty, and natural and cultural landscapes.
Comparative Literature presents “Shore-shaped Story: How Coast, Colony, and Custom House Conduct Literature” by Isabel Hofmeyr
Lecture followed by a reception.
See ancient coins from Greece and Rome up close! Touch human and animal bones! Examine and draw Persian and Roman ceramics, prehistoric tools, precious metals, and other artifacts from thousands of years ago – coached by experts! And talk with Brown’s archaeologists about their fieldwork all over the world!
Brown University’s Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World will host a conference titled State of the Field 2019: The Ancient DNA Revolution in Archaeology on February 22-23, 2019. Our gathering builds on a tradition of “State of the Field” workshops hosted by the Joukowsky Institute to reflect upon trends in archaeological research.