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Archaeological Society

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Next SJBAS Meeting and Zoom Presentation - Wednesday, March 10th 

On Wednesday, March 10th, at 6:30 p.m. we will conduct a brief business meeting and Kelley Berliner will present: "The Archaeological Conservancy's Preservation Efforts in the East: from the Paleolithic through 19th-Century Industrial Sites." 

Kelley Berliner served as the Eastern field representative for six years before taking on the role of Eastern Regional Director of the Archaeological Conservancy. She holds a BA in Anthropology from the University of Toronto and an MA in Historical Archaeology from the College of William and Mary. Prior to joining the Conservancy, she spent time working as a cultural resource management archaeologist and was involved with the Port Tobacco and Fort St. Joseph Archaeology Projects. Her interests include public archaeology, community engagement, preservation, and archaeology of the northeastern United States and Canada.

Date: March 10th
Time: 6:30 p.m. MST

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85780706701?pwd=NlJxbUx3L09BU1Y0NCs0WTN1T0lmUT09

Meeting ID: 857 8070 6701
Passcode: 578820

We have a limit of 100 connections so members should sign up a few minutes early. To participate, you will need to click on the link above, and use the Meeting ID and Passcode. This ID number and Passcode will be the same for all SJBAS-sponsored Zoom presentations. When you join the webinar, you should not see video of yourself. You may see Hunter McCleary, Janice Sheftel and our webinar presenters. Please do not try to start your video or unmute yourself. At any time during the presentation, you may use the Chat button on the lower part of the screen to ask a question to the Meeting Host. Q&A will be addressed during the question and answer time after the presentation.

FIRST TIME USING Zoom? If this is the very first time you have ever used Zoom on this computer, you will get a screen that allows you to download and install the free client software. You will be asked for your email address and the password that you will use whenever you run Zoom. Please note that this process can take a few minutes, so you may want to start earlier and get the software installed before the webinar begins. You may always close the program and come back later when it is time for the webinar to start. For info on installing or using the software, use this link. If you have any questions, please contact Lyle Hancock


Previously Recorded SJBAS Zoom Presentations on YouTube

February 10 -
Mogollon Archaeology Near Reserve, New Mexico: A Journey from Chicago to Denver and Beyond by Dr. Steve Nash

January 13 -  Heavenly Splendor, the Baths of Caracalla” by Dianne Scialla  

December 9 -
"Five Days in Babylon" by Dr. Andrew Earles

November 11 -
"Early Pueblo I Occupation of the Durango Area – Recent Excavations on Florida Mesa" by Rand Greubel

September 8 -
"Settlement of the Americas," by Dr. Jesse Tune

August 19 -
"Detecting Domestication of the Four Corners Potato" by Lisbeth A. Louderback and Bruce M. Pavlik

August 12 -
"Rock Art of Dinetah: Stories of Heroes and Healing" by Richard C. Jenkinson

July 8 -
"Mosaic Water Features and Public Fountains in Pompeii" by Wayne Lorenz  


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