The next meeting of the year for the Upper Grand Valley Chapter of the Michigan Archaeological Society is Wednesday, March 19, 2014, at 6:30 p.m., in Baker 455. Chapter Elections for the 2014-2015 year will occur at this meeting, and Eric Perkins from the Michigan Historical Museum will be presenting “Identifying U.S. Military Insignia and Gear for Archaeologists.”
Abstract: As more work is done on turn-of-the-century and 20th century sites, archaeologists will be recovering military artifacts from a period that saw many changes in uniforms, insignia, and gear. While 18th and 19th century military artifacts are fairly well-known, later military artifacts have received less attention. This presentation will provide an overview of US. Military insignia and gear from the late-19th and 20th centuries, focusing on what is likely to be preserved in archaeological contexts.
All first year graduate students are required to attend a Department of Anthropology workshop on March 14th from 8:30am to 3pm in McDonel 103C. The program will involve a variety of talks, as well as an RCR training on collaboration and research. Please arrive by 8:30am for breakfast, program officially begins at 9am.
RCR training will take place 1-3pm, and will count for 2 RCR hours. It is mandatory for all first year students to attend the entire program, however any Anthropology graduate student may attend the second half of the program to earn RCR hours.
The Muslim Studies Program Presents:
The Lebanese Civil Wars: History, Politics, Memory
Thursday, February 6 @ B-122 Wells Hall
8:00pm: Film Incendies (Villeneuve, 2010),
Discussion with Dr. Salah Hassan will follow. Co-sponsored by the Film Studies Program.
Friday, February 7 @ 303 International Center