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The Michigan Anthropology Colloquia Series: "Gradiometers, Copper Plates, and the History of Etowah"

Adam King
Friday, October 13, 2017
3:00-5:00 PM
411 West Hall Map
"The Etowah site in northwestern Georgia is one of the largest centers constructed during the Mississippian period in the American Southeast. Like so many large places around the world, its history is long, complex, and incompletely understood. What we do understand is that Etowah’s occupation is punctuated by periods of abandonment, creating a sequence where the site is remade with each new iteration. In this presentation, I will discuss my current understanding of Etowah’s history and highlight how recent work with remote sensing, artifact style and iconography have provided new insights."

The Michigan Anthropology Colloquia Series presents speakers on current topics in the field of anthropology.
Building: West Hall
Event Type: Lecture / Discussion
Tags: AEM Featured, Anthropology
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Department of Anthropology