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2014 Lecture Series

Location: The Bruce Museum Bantle Lecture Hall
Address: 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich CT
Time: Meetings are always at 8 p.m.
Member Rates: Free to AAG and Bruce Museum members
Non-member rates: $15 for the public at the door
(students free with student ID)
Lecture Series Telephone: (203) 869-0376

The Archaeological Associates of Greenwich (the AAG) has announced a new series of lectures for the Spring of 2014. The programs, featuring noted experts on a variety of archaeological topics, will be held in Bantle Lecture Hall at the Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut. Programs are free to AAG and Bruce Museum members and $15 at the door for the public. AAG yearly membership tax deductible $50.00.

Thursday, September 18th, at 8 pm. The Long Journey Home for Albert Afraid of Hawk
:  Connecticut State Archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni. Topic: The Life and Death and after-life of a Lakota Sioux Indian.

Thursday, October 16th at 8 pm. The Artful Silk Road, Past and Present
Speaker: Yale Professor Karen Foster. Topic: Inspired by her recent trip touring with Yale alumni in Central Asia, Professor Foster will explore some of the remarkable sites along the Silk Road, especially at Samarkand, Bokhara and Khiva.

Thursday, November 20th, at 8 pm.  A Future for Archaeology
Speaker: President of the Archaeological Institute of America Andrew Moore. Professor Moore is Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Rochester Institute of Technology. Topic: Dr. Moore will discuss how the record of the human past is being threatened more than ever before by industrial agriculture, development, conflicts and looting. He continues to direct an early farming site in Dalmatia and a Jericho Project in the Jordan Valley.