Title: The Trempealeau Archaeology Project: An Early Cahokian Colony in Wisconsin
- Friday, April 29, 2016
- 5230 Social Sciences Building, 1180 Observatory Drive, Madison
From the Internation Division @ UW Madison:
The story of Katherine Bowie’s life and career might be titled “The Accidental Anthropologist” or perhaps “The Serendipitous Scholar.”
Bowie has followed a winding path guided by her constant curiosity and an openness to pursue unanticipated opportunities. As she explains, “Being a good anthropologist involves being well-prepared to embrace the unpredictable, just ready to go with the flow.” This philosophy has served her well…. click for more
UW Anthropology graduate student, Ken Seligson, has recently had his article titled “Exploitation and Conservation Among the Ancient Maya” published in Edge Effects, a digital magazine produced by graduate students at the Center for Culture, History and Environment (CHE), a research center within the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
You can read the article here.