Mapping People in their Living Space: The Spatial Ethnoarchaeology of Mongolia's Reindeer Herders

Mapping People in their Living Space: The Spatial Ethnoarchaeology of Mongolia's Reindeer Herders

Friday, December 6, 3:30 p.m.

Human Evolution and Social Change
SHESC 254
Campus: Tempe           
Cost: Free

Join us for the latest School of Human Evolution and Social Change colloquium, featuring associate professor Todd Surovell of the University of Wyoming's Department of Anthropology.
 
Surovell will discuss "Mapping People in their Living Space: The Spatial Ethnoarchaeology of Mongolia's Reindeer Herders."
 
Surovell is an archaeologist with specialization in the Paleoindian period, the earliest period of New World prehistory. He has worked primarily in the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains but also has experience in Eurasia. He is interested in factors that structure the archaeological record from human decision-making to site formation. He often employs mathematical, probabilistic and computer modeling in his work.
 




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