2020–2021 Lecture Series

September 21: Lecture by John North Hopkins
Decapitated: Reassembling the Biographies 
of Ancient Mediterranean Objects

October 17: Lecture by Mark Lehner
The People Who Built The Pyramids – How We Know

November 12: Ira Haupt II Lecture by Steven Ellis
The Social, Economic, and Commercial Networks of Punic-Roman Tharros: New Questions and New Excavations for A Major Port Town in Sardinia

December 7: Lecture by Sheldon Skaggs
Weird Science: How Chemistry and Physics Has Led to Understanding Ancient Peoples

January 26: Lecture by Andrew M. T. Moore
Climate Change and Migrating Farmers: The Spread of Agriculture to Southern Europe

February 23: Lecture by Elizabeth Greene
Exchange in the Age of Lyric Poetry: The 6th-century BCE Shipwreck at Pabuç Burnu, Turkey

March 16: Lecture by Megan Cifarelli
Life and Death at the Edge of Great Empires: Cultural Interaction at Hasanlu, Iran

April 7: Lecture by Kenneth Seligson
Burning Rings of Fire: Ancient Maya Resource Conservation Strategies