The Anthropology Department at Portland State University presents the *Archaeology First Thursday Lecture Series* for the 2009/2010 academic year
Please join us *Thursday, October 1st at 4 p.m.* in Room 41 of PSU's Cramer Hall (1721 SW Broadway, 97201) for "My Archaeology Summer", ten minutepresentations from five PSU archaeologists featuring:
*Bill Cornett* talks about being down and out at Paisley Caves.
*Alex Stevenson* discusses current WSDOT cultural resource practices in light of past problems.
*Paul Solimano* examines the relationship between prehistoric artifacts and the landscape for a recent linear project in Eastern Oregon.
*Emily Shepard* talks about her internship with the Center for American Archeology in Kampsville, Illinois.
*Dr. Virginia Butler* highlights some of the archaeological sites she visited while on sabbatical in Europe, including her hike to see where Otzi,
the Ice Man was buried by a glacier along the Italian-Austrian border.
Don't forget to mark your calenders for upcoming First Thursdays as well.
Speakers this fall include:
November 5th:* * *Dr. Thomas Barrret *(ICF Jones & Stokes) will discuss his work on the remote sensing of African American quarters and graves in the Mid Atlantic.
December 3rd: * Dr. Julie Stein* (University of Washington) will be presenting her research with Amanda Taylor and Stephanie Jolivette on shell middens and prehistoric coastal settlement patterns in the San Juan Islands, Washington.
For more information please call 503.725.3081or email firstname.lastname@example.org