December 2022: Martin Menz

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2022 AT 7 PM – 8 PM Hunter-Gatherer Settlement and Subsistence at Letchworth Mounds (8JE337) Martin Menz, M.A., Doctoral Candidate, University of Michigan The Letchworth site (8JE337) near Tallahassee is one of the largest Woodland period ceremonial centers in Florida. The site includes a 15-meter tall platform…

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November 2022: Dr. Isabelle Holland-Lulewicz

Localized Histories of Calusa Ecology and Economy, Southwestern Florida, AD 1000 — 1500 Dr. Isabelle Holland-Lulewicz, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Climate Science, Penn State University Humans experience climate effects on scales that directly affect the availability of key subsistence resources, such as the location and abundance of fish populations….

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October 2022: Dr. Neil Duncan

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2022 AT 7 PM – 8 PM Fire and Water: Pre-Columbian landscape management in the Southwestern Amazon Dr. Neil Duncan, Associate Professor, University of Central Florida Recent investigations reveal that peoples of the Llanos de Mojos of Bolivia utilized hydrological engineering in the seasonally flooded savanna to…

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September 2022: Lori Lee

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2022 AT 7 PM – 8 PM The Archaeology of Colonialism at Fort Mose: Forging Freedom Through Practice Lori Lee, PhD, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Flagler College Fort Mose was the first legally sanctioned free black community in North America. The Spanish governor of Florida guaranteed the…

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