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Kevin Garstki presents his research at the SAA Annual Conference

Title: Producing Knowledge Through the Production of 3D Digital Artifacts
Symposium: Archaeological Epistemology in the Digital Age

Robert Jeske presents paper at the SAA Annual Conference

Title: Strangers in a Strange Land: The Lake Koshkonong Oneota Locality in Context
Session: General Session: Archaeology in the American Midwest I

Wisconsin Archaeology Society Lecture: Marcus Schulenburg

Title: The Origins of Early Fort Ancient Villages in the Ohio Valley
Location: Sabin Hall, UW-Milwaukee Campus

Jennifer Haas gives invited workshop at the Wisconsin Historical Society

Title: Wisconsin’s Burial Sites Law in Practice: Case Studies from Southeastern Wisconsin
Workshop: 2017 Archaeology Consultants Workshop, Wisconsin Historical Society

Robert Jeske gives invited talked at UW-Madison, Archaeology Lecture Series

Title: Canine Surrogacy Approach: Using Our Best Friend’s Bones to Reconstruct Prehistoric Human Diet in the Western Great Lakes
Location: Archaeology Lecture Series, UW-Madison, Anthropology Department

AIA National Lecture Program: Bettina Arnold

Title: Belted Ladies and Dagger Men: Technology Brings European Iron Age back to Life
Location: Archaeological Institute of America San Antonio Society, Trinity College, San Antonio, TX

Bettina Arnold co-author on article in the Journal of Archaeological Science

Title: Hemorrhagic fever virus, human blood, and tissues in Iron Age mortuary vessels
Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 78(February), 29-39.

Katherine Sterner and Robert Jeske publish article in Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology

Alexander Anthony presents research at the Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Meeting

Title: There is Nothing Like Looking if You Want to Find Something – The Emerging Accessibility of Historic Documents and the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery
Session: Bookends – What We’ve Learned in the Twenty-two Years Separating Archaeological Excavations of the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery

Catherine Jones presents at the Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Meeting

Title: Milwaukee’s Common Grave: Spatial Distribution and Compositional Characteristics of Multiple Interments in a Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Potter’s Field
Session: Bookends: What We’ve Learned in the Twenty-two Years Separating Archaeological Excavations of the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery

Alexander Anthony gives invited luncheon talk to the Downtown Club

Title: The McHugh Site: A Nineteenth Century Irish Farmstead on the Wisconsin Frontier
Event: The Downtown Club Luncheon, Wisconsin Club of Milwaukee

60th Annual Midwest Archaeological Conference Presentation – Thomas Zych, Brian Nicholls, and Patricia B. Richards

Title: Landscapes of the Forgotten: Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery
Event: 60th Annual Midwest Archaeological Conference, Indianapolis