Love Archaeology? Want to gain hands-on training? Can’t afford an expensive field school? Interested in history right here in New Hampshire’s Seacoast?
Great Bay Estuary (photo from Great Bay NWR)
If you said yes to any of these questions, you should join the State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology Program (SCRAP), the Great Bay Archaeological Survey (GBAS) and the Oyster River Environs Archaeology Project (OREAP) together in a survey and testing program of Early Historic sites in and around Durham, NH.
David Shribman, the executive editor and vice president of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, will deliver the College of Liberal Arts John T. Holden Lecture:
The New Architecture of American Politics
The Holden Lecture is supported by the John T. Holden Memorial Fund in the College of Liberal Arts, which was established in 1995 in memory of John Holden, one of the university’s outstanding teachers of political science, who served that department for 25 years, many as chair. The fund is dedicated to bringing signal scholars in the social sciences to UNH.