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February 14, 2024 David Wengrow, professor of comparative archaeology at University College London gave a lecture as part of the UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Anthropology Colloquium Series in early February.

The event, held in Hyde Hall, ended a two-day campus visit where Wengrow met with faculty and students to discuss his work, “What might an archaeology of freedom look like?” His visit was co-sponsored by the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, the UNC Department of Classics, the UNC Department of Geography and Environment, the UNC Department of Religious Studies, and the UNC Research Laboratories of Archaeology.

Special thanks to faculty host Dr. Morgan Hoke, Dr. Tricia McAnany, Dr. Lauren Leve (Religious Studies), and colloquium committee member Devin Henson.












  • Monday, March 18 – Elizabeth Klarich (Smith College) Co-sponsored by the RLA
  • Wednesday, March 27 – Deb Thomas (University of Pennsylvania) organized by RDP, Anthropology, and AAAD Studies
  • Monday, April 15 – Stephanie Levy (Hunter College) Co-sponsored by the UNC Human Biology Lab
  • Monday, April 22 – Ana Mariella Bacigalupo (SUNY Buffalo)
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