“EARTHWORKS IN NORTH AMERICA” LECTURE SERIES AT OSU-NEWARK CAMPUS


“EARTHWORKS IN NORTH AMERICA” LECTURE SERIES AT OSU-NEWARK CAMPUS

The Newark Earthworks Center at the Ohio State University Newark Campus, is sponsoring a series of guest lectures on earthworks over the next several weeks. The public is invited to attend.  

All of the programs are scheduled for 3:5-5:15 PM in the classroom in the back of the Warner Center Library.

Here is the schedule of talks:

January 17:  Christine Ballengee-Morris — Earthworks Around the World: Newark, Ireland, Korea and Brazil
January 31: Brad Lepper  —The Newark Earthworks: a First Century Pilgrimage Center
February 14:  Jarrod Burks — Geophysical Research on Earthworks
February 28:  John Crissinger — Research on Earthworks in the Ohio Native American Archives here in Newark
March 5: William Romain — New Discoveries Using LiDAR Technology: From Poverty Point to Cahokia and Newark
March 21:  Marti Chaatsmith– American Indians and the Earthworks: Contemporary Issues

These programs are a great opportunity to learn more about Ohio’s remarkable American Indian heritage!

Maybe I’ll see you there!

Brad Lepper

Posted January 11, 2013
Topics: Archaeology

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