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Megan Daniels, Ian Morris, and Michael Shanks present at Society for American Archaeology annual conference

Apr 9 2015

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Faculty, Graduate

Presentations and panels featuring Stanford Classics scholars will highlight the 80th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. The conference will take place in San Francisco from April 15-19. 

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Stanford Classics Participants:

Thursday April 16
Megan Daniels - “The Queen of Heaven in Iron Age Greece: Analyzing Religious Ideology and Symbolism on Multiple Scales”
Thursday, April 16 
Symposium – Difference in Achaeological Theory and Practise
Ian Morris (and others) - Discussant
Friday, April 17
Forum – Telling Archaeology: Write!Speak!Engage!
Ian Morris (and others) - Discussant
Saturday, April 18
Symposium – Lithics Cowgirl, Household Archaeologist, Digital Doyenne: A Session Dedicated to Ruth Tringham
Michael Shanks - speaker
About the Society: The SAA is an international organization dedicated to the archaeological heritage of the Americas. Since its inception in 1934, the Society has striven for the protection and research of American archaeology by bringing together museums, universities, governments, and the private sector.