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“Getting from the Pleistocene to the Present in the American Southeast: What Is and What Still Could Be,” a talk by Dr. Shane Miller, Mississippi State University253 ten Hoor
Abstract: Archaeology in North America is an inherently odd discipline where most of the research into the Native past has been conducted by white, western researchers focused on a fairly insular and narrow set of questions. In this talk, I candidly discuss how my own experiences living in the American Southeast have caused me to critically
FABLE Talk: Patricia Mathu, Matthew Pappalardo, Kylie Overton, Benjamin Trost109 ten Hoor 350 Marrs Spring Rd, Tuscaloosa
Talk Title: "Food Security at UA: What We Know, What We Don't Know, and What You Should Know"
FABLE Talk: Dr. Susan Dewey, Criminology & Criminal Justice, UA109 ten Hoor 350 Marrs Spring Rd, Tuscaloosa
Title: "The Power of Photo-Ethnography as Method: Examples from Community-Based Research Projects with Women in the Sex Industry and Women in Prison"