Historic Spanish Point is proud to bring back our popular Archaeology Lecture Series. Join us for the 2018-2019 season, “New Investigations & Fresh Perspectives”, to learn about recent archaeological research from area leaders.
Public Archaeology at Judah P. Benjamin Confederate Memorial, Gamble Plantation Historic State Park with Dr. Diane Wallman, University of South Florida
Woman the Toolmaker: Reconsidering Feminine Knowledge and Skill with Dr. Kathy Weedman Arthur, University of South Florida – St. Petersburg
Tree Island Communities of the Late Archaic: An Archaeological Case from the Everglades Agricultural Area Dr. Bill Locascio, Florida Gulf Coast University
Heritage in an Age of Rising Sea Levels: Archaeological Perspectives on the Anthropocene with Dr. Uzi Baram, New College of Florida and Director of New College Public Archaeology Lab
People and the Night Sky with Rebecca O’Sullivan, Public Coordinator for the West Central Florida Public Archaeology Network
Saturday, February 9, 2019 | 1:00- 3:00 p.m
Session Topic TBA | Speaker: Dr. Lori Collins, Co-Director of USF Libraries Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections
Tickets: Tickets are $5 for Historic Spanish Point Members ($10 for future Members). Tickets can be purchased here. Want to attend the entire series? Subscribe and save! Members can attend all seven sessions for $30 ($60 for future Members). To subscribe, please call (941) 966-5214.
Please note: all lectures take place in the Historic Spanish Point Visitor Center, in Classroom A.