Fall 2005 Faculty Forum Presentation

“Archaeology as Science - Towards an Explanation of Archaeological Patterns of Cultural Variability”
by Amber Johnson, presenter
assistant professor of anthropology

8 p.m. • Oct. 27
Violette Hall 1000

Reception to follow in the Violette Hall Commons.

Johnson seeks to explain global patterns of variability and change in human adaptations for roughly the last 30,000 years. In her research during the past few years, she has developed a strategy for comparing archaeological sequences around the world using culture history as the starting point for measuring the durations of a few general types of adaptions.
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