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10 Years in Antigua, West Indies, and What We Learned: an Archaeological Odyssey

Dr. Georgia Fox Anthropology Department CSU, ChicoDr. Georgia Fox describes her ten-year archaeological journey in Antigua, West Indies. The preliminary work for this research started as early as…

From  Jeff Layne on October 28th, 2019 0 likes 20 plays   

Are Trump's Sanctions Stifling Change in Cuba?

Dr. Kate Transchel History Department CSU ChicoDr. Kate Transchel is Chico State's resident expert on the history of Russia and the Soviet Union. In this presentation, she offers her impressions…

From  Jeff Layne on October 3rd, 2019 0 likes 10 plays   

Elk in California: History, current status, and future of California’s largest land mammal

Tom Batter PhD Student Mammalian Ecology and Conversation Unit University of California Tom Batter, University of California, Davis, Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Unit, shares his California…

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From  Jeff Layne on April 15th, 2019 0 likes 69 plays   

Brexit

Dr. Jason Nice History Department CSU, Chico March 29? April 12? When, if ever, will the United Kingdom leave the European Union? Dr. Nice discusses the causes and consequences of the UK's…

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From  Jeff Layne on April 10th, 2019 0 likes 18 plays   

What Scientists Think About Religion and Religious People

Elaine Howard Ecklund, PhD Professor of Sociology at Rice University Director, Religion and Public Life Herbert S. Autrey Chair in Social Sciences Dr. Elaine Howard Ecklund’s presentation…

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From  Jeff Layne on January 29th, 2019 0 likes 102 plays   

The Memory of Silence: Immigrant Experience and Identity

Uva de Aragon Cuban Author Havana-born and Miami-based, Uva de Aragon is the first female Cuban writer living outside of Cuba who was published after the 1959 revolution. As a Cuban immigrant Ms.…

From  Jeff Layne on March 24th, 2017 0 likes 70 plays   

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…

From  Jeff Layne on October 31st, 2016 0 likes 29 plays   

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…

From  Jeff Layne on September 15th, 2016 0 likes 63 plays   

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…

From  Jeff Layne on September 14th, 2016 0 likes 24 plays   

Major Hole and his Beloved Oxen: The Ninth Archaeological Summer Field Season, Antigua 2015

Dr. Georgia Fox Faculty, Department of Anthropology, CSU, Chico For the ninth consecutive year, Anthropology Professor Georgia Fox led a group of students to the Carribbean island of Antigua for…

From  Jeff Layne on September 7th, 2016 0 likes 36 plays   

Above and Beyond: The Eighth Field Season at Betty’s Hope Plantation, Antigua, West Indies

Dr. Georgia Fox Faculty, CSU, Chico Anthropology Department For eight summers, Dr. Georgia Fox has accompanied her CSU, Chico anthropology students to the West Indies island of Antigua to…

From  Jeff Layne on September 7th, 2016 0 likes 21 plays