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Lecture: Foragers & Farmers in East TN: What Archaeological Plant Remains Can Tell Us About Prehistoric Lifeways

Tuesday, 15 January, 2013

Free and open to the public

Tuesday, January 15th

7:30-9 pm

McClung Museum Auditorium

The East Tennessee Society of the Archaeological Institute of America and the McClung Museum present Dr. Kandace D. Hollenbach of the University of TN Archaeological Research Lab lecturing on, "Foragers and Farmers in East Tennessee: What Archaeological Plant Remains Can Tell Us About Prehistoric Lifeways."

Dr. Hollenbach's research interests include: Paleoethnobotany; prehistoric foodways among hunting-gathering and agricultural peoples of the southeastern United States; gender and identity among hunting-gathering peoples; and use and meaning of landscape among hunting-gathering peoples.

Cost

Free and open to all

Venue

McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture
1327 Circle Park Dr
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996
USA


Phone: (865) 974-2144
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Dr. Aleydis Van de Moortel

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