Augustana Hillel will sponsor a virtual panel discussion, "Religion in the COVID-19 Pandemic."
December's book is A Very Scandinavian Christmas: The Greatest Nordic Holiday Stories of all Time compiled by New Vessel Press, 2019.
Archaeological Institute of America Lecture: "The Lynch Site and 13th and 14th Century Ethnogenesis on the Central Plains"
Douglas Bamforth from the University of Colorada, Boulder, will be holding a lecture on "The Lynch Site and 13th and 14th Century Ethnogenesis on the Central Plains".
Antiquity in the New Millennium Lecture: "Beyond Black vs White: Africans in the Visual Imagination of the Roman Empire"
The representation of foreign cultures with manifest “racial” differences, such as unfamiliar physical traits or strange-seeming ethnic customs, has been a longstanding and often visceral site for human artistic expression. The visual and material culture of the Roman Empire (c.
Archaeological Institute of America Lecture: “The Etruscan Helmets from Vetulonia: New Evidence for the Life of an Etruscan Soldier”
Hilary Becker from Binghamton University will give a lecture on “The Etruscan Helmets from Vetulonia: New Evidence for the Life of an Etruscan Soldier”: