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Public Symposium: Before Stanford: New Research on Historic Campus Connections

In Stanford’s 125th year, new scholarship is remaking the university’s founding narrative, which in fact stretches back over 6000 years and includes diverse cultures and peoples. Hear from scholars exploring inward and outward from the Stanford center as they integrate history, archaeology, and community-driven research. Their work reveals deep, ongoing ties between campus lands and many interconnected communities throughout the Bay Area and beyond.

  • 12:45–3PM: Public Symposium Before Stanford: New Research on Historic Campus Connections 
  • 3–5PM: Exhibitions Open House
  • Refreshments

Details

When:

Friday, October 21, 2016. 12:45 PM

Where:

488 Escondido Mall, Bldg 500, Stanford, CA 94305

Sponsor:

Stanford Archaeology Center, Stanford University Archaeology Collections, Stanford 125

Contact:

6507362833
suarcholl@stanford.edu

Admission:

STANFORD ARCHAEOLOGY CENTER IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT PUBLIC, CATERED LUNCH TALK EVENTS ARE HELD MOST WEDNESDAYS 12-1 PM DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR, WHICH VISITORS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND