Monthly Archives: September 2011

CSMS Annual Meeting and Symposium

Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies Annual Meeting and Symposium Saturday October 1, 2011 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting and Symposium will be held in the Signy & Cléophée Eaton Theatre, Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario … Continue reading

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Anthropology Colloquium schedule

Lecture Schedule All lectures are held in Anthropology boardroom AP246, 2 – 4 pm  Fall 2011  Friday October 7, 2011 Eric Seeman – The Huron Wendat Feast of the Dead: Bones, Blood and the Colonial Encounter  Friday October 14, 2011 … Continue reading

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Darren Jablonkay – Travel Fellowship Winner

Tell Tayinat Project 2011 Darren Jablonkay – Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto (MA 2012) Verbal report scheduled before AIA lecture October 26, 2011 Square G4.58 was a new square opened at the start of the 2011 excavation … Continue reading

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Cristina Ichim – Travel Fellowship Winner

Iklaina Archaeological Project Cristina Ichim -  Archaeology Specialist and Classical Civilization Major, University of Toronto (BA 2013) Verbal report scheduled before AIA lecture September 28, 2011   My participation in the Iklaina Archaeological Project (IKAP) has allowed me to gain a … Continue reading

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The Joseph and Maria Shaw Travel Fellowship Winners for 2011

We are pleased to announce the winners for our Travel Fellowship award for 2011. Congratulations to you all! Daniel Valls Anthropology: Archaeological Science Specialist Program, University of Toronto (BSc 2013) Click here to read the report Darren Jablonkay Near and … Continue reading

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Monumental Debates: What are the “Temples” of Neolithic Göbekli Tepe?

Abstract Over the last 15 years, Klaus Schmidt of the German Archaeological Institute and colleagues from the Şanlıurfa Museum in Turkey have been making remarkable finds at the site of Göbekli Tepe, a barren hilltop northeast of the city of … Continue reading

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The Making of Maya: Secrets of their Ancient World

Abstract The opening of a museum exhibition is the end of an odyssey that begins with an idea and ends with a frenetic evening of translating the last credit line and hanging the last graphic panel. In this talk, I’ll … Continue reading

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