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This exhibit is designed to realign visitors’ thinking about the archaeological record and how we interpret the past. Case studies are used to investigate the potential for archaeological studies of the past to provide insights into ways of creating a more sustainable world.
Come learn how School of Human Evolution and Social Change faculty and enquiring students are using scholarly information from across the globe to re-envision archaeology as a science of the present and future, as well as the past.
The exhibit runs weekdays, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., February 8-May 30.
Admission is free.
The ASU Museum of Anthropology is located adjacent to the lobby in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change, on the northwest corner of Tyler and Cady Malls.
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