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2013 Fall Seminar Series 

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Thursday, September 26

Digging Vermont -- Archaeology Month

James B. Petersen First Annual Archaeology Lecture. Exploring the 14th - 16th Centuries of Native Settlement in the Champlain Valley

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Archaeologist John Crock, Director of the University of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program, talks about recent ground-breaking discoveries from the Lake Champlain valley of Vermont. Lecture and discussion. This is the first lecture of an annual series to honor beloved Vermont archaeologist Jim Petersen.

Location: Memorial Lounge, Waterman Building, University of Vermont, Burlington (Chittenden County)
Time: 7:00 PM
Cost: Free

For More Information: 

Email: accd.archaeologycenter@state.vt.us          
Telephone: 802-828-3050

Sponsored by The Vermont Archaeology Heritage Center and UVM Department of Anthropology




Wednesday, October 16

Eating Far From Home: Migrant Foodways in Vermont

Pablo Bose, Professor, Geography

Teresa Mares, Professor, Anthropology

UVM faculty Pablo Bose and Teresa Mares speak about their research on food and migration in
Vermont, particularly their involvement with two community projects – one that works with refugees on
urban farming and another that works with migrant workers on kitchen gardening. Through this talk,
Dr.’s Bose and Mares will provide a deeper understanding of the connections among food, culture and
migration.

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Location: Fleming Museum, 61 Colchester Ave., University of Vermont, Burlington (Chittenden County)
Time: 4:00 pm
Cost: Free

For More Information:

http://www.uvm.edu/~fleming/

Sponsored by the Fleming Museum and the Center for Research on Vermont




Monday, October 28 

PAT LEAHY: A Targeted Biography

Philip Baruth, Professor, English

Philip Baruth discusses and reads selections from his work in progress, a life of Vermont's senior Senator, whose career in the U.S. Senate spans four decades and who now stands third in line to the Presidency.

Location: John Dewey Lounge, Old Mill Building, University of Vermont, Burlington (Chittenden County)
Time: 3:30 PM
Cost: Free

Sponsored by the English Department and the Center for Research on Vermont

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