Historic Spanish Point’s Archaeology Lecture Series is back! Join us on Saturday, December 8th from 1:00-3:00pm for a special presentation from Dr. Uzi Baram of New College of Florida.
The time to warn about climate change is over. New weather patterns, larger storms, and rising sea levels are challenging communities and transforming conventional thinking. Archaeologists have offered the long-term perspective on human adaptation, and maladaptations to environmental changes; more recently archaeologists are contributing insights for the present generation to envision our possible futures. This presentation will offer examples of, and lessons for, community resilience in the Anthropocene to rising sea levels. The slide-illustrated lecture will be global in scope, but with one of the most endangered places for rising sea levels being Florida, we will focus on insights from local archaeology.
Tickets: $5 for Historic Spanish Point Members ($10 for future Members). Get your tickets here.
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