February 2015: Ms. Meg Ventrudo, Tibetan Achitecture, Stupas and Mandalas

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Learn about the power of architecture in the Buddhist tradition

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March 2015: Dr. Lauren Kilroy, Noble Organ and Grotesque Idol: The Sacred Heart of Jesus in Colonial Mexico

Kilroy

Learn about the power of imagery over time in Novohispanic culture

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April 2015: Dr. Chap Kusimba, Trade and Civilization in Medieval East Africa

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Discover the link between globalism and the role of the merchant in Medieval East Africa

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September 2014: Dr. Celia Bergoffen, Excavating a Jewish Ritual Pool in a Manhattan, Russian Bath House

Allen Street lot during excavation

Learn about the bathing tradition and ritual in an old Russian bath house

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2014 Archaeology Fair THIS SUNDAY April 27th!

We’re closing in on the final days before our 2014 Archaeology Fair!  Remember, the fair is this Sunday, April 27th, from 11AM to 3PM in the Spiro Sports Center Gymnasium at Wagner College.  The fair is free and open to the public, and free and convenient parking will be available to all fair-goers on Sunday […]

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Updated Exhibitor List- 2014 Archaeology Fair

Below is an updated version of our exhibitor list for the 2014 Archaeology Fair to be held in the Spiro Sports Center Gymnasium at Wagner College from 11am-3pm on Sunday, April 27th.  Remember, this event is free and open to the public, and there will be free and convenient parking on the day of the […]

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2014 Archaeology Fair Exhibitors

Let the countdown begin!  We are only a few short weeks away from hosting the 2014 Archaeology Fair which will be held in the Wagner College Spiro Sports Center Gymnasium on Sunday April 27th from 11am-3pm.  This event is free and open to the public and will include a number of hands-on activities, informative talks, and […]

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