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Alexis Jordan and Shaheen Christie contribute article to ANUAC, the journal of the national association of Italian cultural anthropologists

Two archaeology PhD students, Alexis Jordan and Shaheen Christie, contributed a paper on “The Graduate Student Experience in the Neoliberal Academy”, which documents their participation in advocating for the future of academic freedom and “The Wisconsin Idea”.

Dr. Patricia Richards and UWM-CRM featured on Milwaukee PBS

The program summarizes the recovery of human remains associated with the unmarked, abandoned Second Ward Cemetery, also known as the Gruenhagen Cemetery or German Protestant Cemetery. The work was done as a result of the expansion associated with Guest House of Milwaukee, a non-profit shelter for homeless men.

Bettina Arnold presented two public lectures at the J. Paul Getty Museum

Professor Arnold presented two public lectures entitled “The Past on Tap: Feasts and Fermented Brews in Ancient Europe” at the J. Paul Getty Museum’s Bacchus Uncorked program on July 15 and 16, 2017.

Bettina Arnold invited speaker at international conference at Weltenburg Monastery, Germany

Title: Expect the Unexpected: Implications of Recent Analyses of Mortuary Vessels for the Early Iron Age Social Configurations in Southwest Germany
Conference: What did the early Celts drink? Meaning and functions of imported Mediterranean vessels in Early Iron Age central Europe

Amy Klemmer receives Tinker Award for research in Latin America

Amy Klemmer, will use the award to study past human responses to climate change in Ecuador during the summer of 2017.

Seth Schneider presents at the Illinois Association for the Advancement of Archaeology

Title: Archaeology Around Lake Koshkonong
Event: Rock River Symposium at the Illinois Association for the Advancement of Archaeology

Jennifer Haas gives Brown Bag talk to Public Service Commission

Title: Archaeology and Historic Preservation in Wisconsin
Event: Archaeology Brown Bag, Wisconsin Public Service Commission

Adrienne Frie presents at Society for American Archaeology Annual Conference

Title: Something Other – Birds in Early Iron Age Slovenia
Symposium: Where the Wild Things are Not: Human-Animal Interaction in the Space Between Wild and Domestic

Katherine Sterner and Robert Ahlrichs organize symposium and present at the SAA Annual Conference

Title: Examining the Use Lives of Archaic Bipointed Bifaces: Cache Blades from the Riverside Site
Symposium: Integrating Functional Analysis – Contributions from Use-Wear Analysis within the Broader Context of Human Behavior in Prehistoric North American

Patricia Richards presents in poster session at the SAA Annual Conference

Title: Challenges to the Wisconsin Burial Sites Preservation Statute (WisStats 157.70)
Poster Session: North American Midwest I

Thomas Zych and Brian Nicholls present poster at the SAA Annual Conference

Title: Sculpting a Mississippian Aztalan: A Landscape Perspective
Poster Session: North American Midwest I

Richard Kubicek and Patricia Richards present poster at SAA Annual Conference

Title: $1.87 Each, Four Feet Long and Over; $0.87 Each, Less than Four Feet: A Spatial Analysis of Coffin Type and Coffin Hardware from the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery
Poster Session: North American Midwest I

Bettina Arnold presents invited paper at SAA Annual Conference

Title: ’And Make Some Other Man Our King’: Mortuary Evidence for Labile Elite Power Structures in Early Iron Age Europe
Session: “Power from Below: Collectivity and Heterarchy in Global Perspective”

John Richards, Robert Mainfort and Seth Schneider present poster at SAA Annual Conference

Title: Comparative Compositional Analysis of Parkin Phase Red-Slipped Pottery and Red Ochre Deposits Using PXRF and Petrography
Poster Session: North American Midwest I

Katherine Sterner presents her research at the SAA Annual Conference

Title: Examining the Use Lives of Archaic Bipointed Bifaces: Cache Blades from the Riverside Site (20ME0001)
Symposium: Integrating Functional Analysis: Contributions from Use-Wear Analysis within the Broader Context of Human Behavior in Prehistoric North America