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Hybrid FAST Lecture | The Archaeology of Western Anatolia, ca. 1200–133 BCE

Christopher Ratté, University of Michigan
Thursday, September 30, 2021
6:00-7:30 PM
FAST, or the Field Archaeology Series on Thursdays, is usually hosted in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. However, due to space restrictions, this lecture will take place in the Classics Library (2175 Angell Hall), and will also be streamed live via Zoom (see link below). Please feel free to choose the attendance method that suits you best.

Our speaker is IPCAA core faculty member Dr. Chris Ratté, whose lecture is entitled “The Archaeology of Western Anatolia, ca. 1200-133 BCE.” His research focuses on the role played by the built environment, from individual monuments to regional settlement patterns, in the articulation of social and cultural identity, especially in regions on the peripheries of the Greek and Roman worlds.

While typically FAST lectures are known for the plentiful provision of food and drink, for the time being, there will be no food or drink provided. Our deepest apologies to those disappointed by the decision—it seems the most prudent choice, given the circumstances.

Physical Attendance Location:
Classics Library (2175 Angell Hall)

Virtual Attendance Location:
Zoom Meeting ID: 977 7669 0432
Passcode: 747615
Building: Angell Hall
Event Link:
Event Password: 747615
Event Type: Lecture / Discussion
Tags: Archaeology, Classical Studies, Free, Lecture, Virtual
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Classical Studies, Interdepartmental Program in Ancient Mediterranean Art and Archaeology, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Lectures