Stovel to Present on South American Archaeology
Emily Stovel, associate professor of anthropology at Ripon College, will present a public talk, “Deserts and Temples: Working in South American Archaeology,” on Monday, March 3 at the Ripon Public Library. The talk will begin at 6 p.m. in the Silver Creek Room.
Stovel recently returned from a two-year leave from the college during which she had a fellowship at the Instituto de Investigación Arqueológica y Museo Gustavo Le Paige, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. She ran the museum’s public outreach program and was the director of the anthropology graduate program of the Universidad Católica del Norte in Antofagasta, Chile.
In November 2013, she organized a large multinational workshop in Mendoza, Argentina, with the top specialists in South-Central Andean archaeological ceramic analysis.
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