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What Religious People Think About Science (and Scientists)

Elaine Howard Ecklund, PhD Herbert S. Autrey Chair in Social Sciences Director, Religion and Public Life Rice UniversityDr. Gregory Cootsona Comparative Religion and Humanities Department CSU,…

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The Writer's Voice: Naomi Williams

Naomi Williams Faculty, University of California, Davis Author Naomi Williams reads from her novel, “Landfalls,” about French maritime explorations in the 18th century. Each chapter is…

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Leisure and Social Life in Turkey

Dr. Muge Akyildiz Visiting Post-Doctoral Scholar, California State University, Chico, Recreation, Hospitality, and Parks Management Department In this presentation, Dr. Muge Akyildiz, from…

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Undersea Living, Saturation Diving and Discovering Roman and Greek Shipwrecks

Dr. Ian Koblick Alumnus, CSU, Chico Ian Koblick’s presentation focuses on his fascinating career as an undersea resident, aquanaut, explorer, author, marine consultant, and technical…

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The Archaeology of Antigua and Barbuda

Dr. Reg Murphy Dr. Murphy lives and works on the Caribbean island of Antigua, located approximately 300 miles southeast of Puerto Rico. In this presentation he shows artifacts, many of them quite…

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Monastic Archaeology at the Cistercian Abbey of Ourscamp

Dr. Kyle Killian Faculty, Anthropology Department, CSU, Chico Dr. Killian shares some results from his recent excavations at the Cistercian Abbey in Ourscamp, France. He briefly describes monastic…

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Maritime Navigation and the Archaeology of Shipwrecks

Dr. Thomas Layton Faculty, San Jose State University Dr. Layton tells a fascinating story about how his study of Pomo Indian settlements in Mendocino County in California led to research about the…

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Betty's Hope

Dr. Georgia Fox Faculty, Anthropology Department, CSU, Chico View/Download Transcript Every summer since 2008, CSU, Chico students have traveled to the Caribbean island of Antigua to participate…

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Why We Dig: Revelations and Shifting Research Questions at the La Prele Mammoth Site

Dr. Matt O'Brien Faculty, Anthropology Department, CSU, Chico Dr. O’Brien provides an update to his previous presentation about his archeological research at the La Prele Mammoth site…

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