A World of Transformation: The Lives of Catawba Indian Women, 1746 - 1840

Dr Brooke Bauer is a citizen of the Catawba Indian Nation of South Carolina and her research concentrates specifically on the ways in which Catawba Indian women created, promoted, and preserved a Catawba identity as they adapted to the changes occurring inside and outside Catawba tribal boundaries during the eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century.

Thu, Aug 22, 2019, 3:00pm

Archaeology at the Pauli Murray House

Since 2011, archaeologists at UNC-Chapel Hill have been collaborating with the Pauli Murray Project to study and protect the archaeological legacy of the Fitzgerald/Murray family at the site of their family home in Durham, NC.

Thu, Jun 20, 2019, 3:00pm

Maritime Heritage at Risk: Lighthouses, Shipwrecks and Deserted Towns

An interdisciplinary team of students and faculty from East Carolina University is investigating a set of diverse maritime cultural sites on the south eastern seaboard that represent either a preservation risk or a potential resource to be showcased for heritage tourism.

Thu, Apr 25, 2019, 3:00pm

State of North Carolina Archaeology

What's going on in North Carolina archaeology? Come hear State Archaeologist John Mintz discuss the past, present, and future of archaeology in North Carolina and the OSA's role in preserving our cultural heritage.

Thu, Jan 31, 2019, 4:30pm
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