Inaugural lecture by Professor Jose Iriarte
Greater Expectations: The pre-Columbian Human Footprint on Lowland Latin American Landscapes
|A Department of Archaeology lecture|
|Date||27 March 2017|
|Time||17:30 to 18:30|
|Place||Queens Building LT1|
Professor José Iriarte is an archaeologist and archaeobotanist whose research focuses on coupled human-environmental systems, plant domestication, the development of agricultural economies and emergent cultural complexity.
Themulti-proxy, cross-disciplinary nature of hisprojects, which integrate archaeology, palaeoecology, soil science, and modern ecology, has allowed him to explore human-environmental interactions in depth and have provided clearer evidence on the timing and nature of human impact on tropical and subtropical ecosystems across Latin America.
The Inaugural lecture is open to all staff and students and entry is free. A drinks reception will be held after the lecture in Queen's Cafe, 6.30-8pm.
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|Provider||Department of Archaeology|
|Poster___Professor_Jose_Iriarte_Inaugural_Lecture___Monday_27th_March_2017.pdf||Inaugural lecture poster (4103K)|