"Personhood, Memory, and Violence in a
The free public talk will be given by Dr.
Duncan's talk will focus on the Post-Classic Period (ca. A.D. 950-1524), during which the political geography in northern
During his talk, Duncan will present data from a Maya mass grave from northern
"Most people intuitively understand how archaeologists can learn about aspects of past economies, politics, diets, settlement patterns and even rituals by looking at ceramics, architecture, burials and other aspects of the material record," said Duncan. "What is less clear is how archaeologists can study less tangible aspects of the past, such as public memory and personhood and emotion."
Duncan received a Ph.D. in anthropology from
Duncan's "Personhood, Memory, and Violence in a
The museum is open for winter hours Tuesday-Saturday from
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