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Preserved in Clay and Stone: Celebrating the History of Ancient Latin America (Global Cultural Event) Note: Attendee Limit

Preserved in Clay and Stone: Celebrating the History of Ancient Latin America (Global Cultural Event) Note: Attendee Limit

*Global Cultural Event*
Join us at the Louise Pettus Archives for this Hispanic Heritage Month event, which includes an exhibit of the Salazar Collection of Latin American Artifacts dating from the pre-Columbian era to more modern pieces. Dr. Brent Woodfill, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Winthrop University; and Professor Megan Leight, Assistant Professor of Art History, West Virginia University will participate in a panel discussion about the collection and its history. The Salazar artifacts cover several periods of Latin American culture and history. The presenters will discuss the collection in general as well as the purpose and significance of the artifacts. Attendees will be able to view a portion of the collection that will be on display and will be encouraged to ask questions of the presenters.
Attendee Limit: 35 attendees

Date:
Thursday, September 16, 2021
Time:
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)

Event Organizer

Hope Johnson