The Archaeology Lecture Series
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History's annual Archaeology Lecture Series is held in the fall at the University of Oregon. The lecture series brings notable scholars from around the country to present on topics in prehistory, historical archaeology, and related fields.
Part of the statewide Oregon Archaeology Celebration held each October, the Archaeology Lecture Series engages the UO community and the wider public in an ongoing exploration of our collective heritage. We invite you to be part of the exploration, either by attending a lecture in person during the month of October, or by viewing the lectures in the video archive below.
The 2014 Series: FISH, FANGS, AND FLORA - ANIMALS AND PLANTS IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD
Fridays in October, 5:30 p.m.
175 Knight Law Center
1515 Agate Street, Eugene
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF HERRING
Madonna Moss, University of Oregon
SABERTOOTH CATS, DANGEROUS PLANTS, AND THE EARLY PEOPLES OF THE GREAT BASIN
Donald Grayson, University of Washington
DOMESTIC DOGS AND OTHER CANIDS ON THE NORTHWEST COAST
Iain McKechnie, University of Oregon Postdoctoral Fellow
The Lecture Series Videos
Connecting the Dots: Coastlines, Crescents, the Pacific Flyway, and the Peopling of the Americas
Jon Erlandson, Ph.D.
Executive Director, University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Archaeology in Palau, Micronesia: 3000 years of Life and Death in the Chelechol ra Orrak Rockshelter
Scott Fitzpatrick, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology, University of Oregon
New Light on the Peopling of South America
Anna Roosevelt, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago
A Portrait of the Past - Archaeological Views on the Life of Peter Britt
Staff Archaeologist at Southern Oregon University
Shipwrecks, Legends, and Lost Treasures – Historical Archaeology on the Oregon Coast
Cultural Resources Program Manager at Washington State Department of Transportation