Thursday, 6:00 pm
Douglas G. Lovell, Jr., Annual “Reports from the Field”
The Kolb Society of Fellows focuses its research on ancient, pre-industrial cultures and modern, non-industrial peoples of the world, and supports students who are actively engaged with material culture and archaeological studies. In this program, the Junior Fellows of the Kolb Society at the Penn Museum present their current research.The evening will include:
Daira Nocera, Kolb Junior Fellow (Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World)
"Excavations at the Villa of Emperor Maxentius in Rome"
Jordan Pickett, Kolb Junior Fellow (Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World)
"Temples, Churches, and Cisterns: Late Antique Water Management at Jarash, Jordan"
Steve Renette, Kolb Junior Fellow (Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World)
"Kani-Chaie and the Bazian Valley Archaeological Project: New Fieldwork in the Unexplored Region of Iraqi Kurdistan"
Tiffany Cain, Kolb Junior Fellow (Anthropology)
"Modes of Reconciliation? Art and Archaeology in Australia's Western Desert"
Joanne Baron, Kolb Junior Fellow (Anthropology)
"Patron Gods of the Maya"
Pre-Lecture Members Only Anniversary Toast
At 5:00 pm, Penn Museum members are invited to a special toast in celebration of the Museum’s 125th Anniversary. The toast is led by Dr. Julian Siggers, the newly appointed Williams Director of the Penn Museum. RSVP by November 30 by calling 215.898.5093.