Title: Living in the Northern Landscape: Connecting Archaeology, History, and Environmental Science
When: Friday, October 24, 5 pm
Where: The American-Scandinavian Foundation
@ Scandinavia House
58 Park Avenue (between 37th and 38th Streets)
$20 ($15 for ASF members, free to students with valid ID)
This symposium, presented in observance of the International Polar Year, is comprised of four lectures investigating geological and cultural relationships based on the polar region’s interactions with global ecosystems.
The International Polar Year and the Norse World: Connecting Science, Education and Community from the Faroes to Greenland - Thomas McGovern - Professor, City University of New York
Ways of Life and Death in Atlantic Scandinavia: New Perspectives on Pre-Christian Burial in the North Atlantic - Christian Keller - Professor,University of Oslo
Fish Heads Tell Tales: Viking Scandinavia and the Origins of Commercial Fishing - Sophia Perdikaris - Professor, City University of New York
Climate, Culture, and Conjuncture: Lessons from Past Climate Changes in the North Atlantic - Andy Dugmore - Professor, Edinburgh University
New York, NY 10016
Tel: (212) 879-9779
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Event: Living in the Northern Landscape - NYC, Oct 24Written by Louise Huffman
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