May 7, 2014, a New York State Archaeological Association lecture will feature Kathleen A. Sterling (SUNY-Binghamton): “Challenging the European Stone Age: New insights from the Late Pleistocene site of Peyre Blanque (Midi-Pyrénées, France). 6:30 pm, Room 204 Center for Natural Sciences, Ithaca College.
NYSAA: Jared Miller (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München) will give a lecture for the New York State Archaeological Association, “The Organization of Knowledge in the Archives of Ḫattusa.” Wed, Apr 2, 6:30 pm, Room 208, Center for Natural Sciences, Ithaca College.
Katie Kearns (Ph.D. Classics student, Cornell U.) presents a lecture for the New York State Archaeological Association (NYSAA) series: ”Investigating environmental change in first-millennium BC Cyprus: an integrated approach.”
6:30 pm, Wed Mar 5, Ithaca College Natural Sciences Bldg, Room 208.
Wednesday, February 12, 6:30 pm in room 208 of the Center for Natural Sciences at Ithaca College, John Henderson (Professor of Anthropology, Cornell) opens the New York State Archaeological Association’s lecture series with “Hot air and politics: sweatbaths in ancient Mesoamerica.” Abstract: The constellation of associations revolving around Mesoamerican sweatbaths made them prominent in public, political life in ways that set them apart from Roman baths, Jewish mikvahs, Finnish saunas, Japanese sentös, and North American sweat lodges. Continue reading
NYSAA: Elena Devecchi (Institut für Assyriologie und Hethitologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München), “How to Govern an Empire: The Case of the Hittites (XIV-XII century BCE).” Wed Nov 6 6:30, Room 208 Center for Natural Sciences, Ithaca College.
NYSAA: Brita Lorentzen (Cornell Tree-Ring Laboratory) presents “From the Forest to the Mosque: New Tree-Ring and 14C Evidence for Dating Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque and Sourcing Its Timbers,” 6:30 pm Wed Oct. 2, 208 CNS Bldg, Ithaca College. Lorentzen uses dendrochronology (tree-ring dating) and modeling of sequences of 14C dates (“wiggle-matching”) to obtain unprecedented dating precision for the al-Aqsa timbers and identify the forest area(s) from which these timbers were procured. Hosted by the New York State Archaeology Association (NYSAA, for more info, email@example.com.) Brita kindly gave a Cornell version of the talk Tues Oct 8 at 12:30 in the Dendro Lab.