Department Seminar Series
Spring 2020 Seminar Series
Unless otherwise indicated, the seminars will take place 3:30 - 5:00 pm in the Department's seminar room in Saywell Hall on SFU's Burnaby Campus (SWH 9152)
This term organized by: Christina Giovas and Dave Burley.
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||Dave Burley||Department of Archaeology, SFU||The Chiefly Sport of Pigeon Snaring and its Role in the Dynastic Tongan Chiefdom|
|Jan 16||Dongya Yang||Department of Archaeology, SFU||Human Osteoarchaeology in China: Past, Present and Future|
|Jan 23||Adrian Bell||Department of Anthropology, University of Utah||Measuring the value of motifs as group signals: A new method and study from the Kingdom of Tonga|
||Ed Carrier and Dale Croes||Suquamish Tribe, Washington State; Department of Anthropology, Washington State University||Generationally-linked archaeology: Experimental Archaeology on the Northwest Coast of North America|
|Feb 06||Farid Rahemtulla||Dept. of Anthropology, University of Northern British Columbia||Smokehouse Island: An Update on the Babine Archaeology Project|
|Feb 13||Paul Szpak||Dept. of Anthropology, Trent University||Isotopic Explorations of Holocene through Anthropocene Arctic Ecosystem|
|Feb 27||Katerina Harvati||Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Paleoecology, Paläoanthropologie, University of Tübingen||The role of South-East Europe in human evolution: new results from the field and the lab|
|Mar 05||Rolf Mathewes||Dept of Biology, SFU||Charcoal as proxy evidence for early human occupation at the Kilgii Gwaay site, southern Haida Gwaii|
|Mar 12||Barbara Winter and Bob Muir||SFU Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology||Pentlatch pebbles and the 2019 field school|
|SFU Economics||The Origins of Inequality: Insiders, Outsiders, Elites, and Commoners|
|Apr 02||Jenny Adams||Desert Archaeology, Inc., Tucson, AZ||Analytical Constructs for Identifying the Interactions of People with Their Stone Tools|
*In keeping with traditions, we’ll have raffle prizes (tickets $2 each or 3 for $5) and a bake sale. All profits go to the graduate caucus to help fund student travel and research.
The Archaeology Student Society book sale is back! These are books from retired faculty, donations, etc. New items will be added each week. Michael from the student society has kindly agreed to sell books at the back of the seminar room, before and after our weekly seminars.