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Oxford Science Cafe': Archeology!

Invitation: Science is fun at the Oxford Science Café! Join us for an exciting presentation by Drs. Carolyn Freiwald and Lexi O'Donnell (UM)

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Dr. Carolyn Freiwald, associate professor, and Dr. Lexi O'Donnell, visiting assistant professor, of sociology and anthropology at the University of Mississippi will present: "Archaeological science: Our teeth tell (migration) tales"

Archaeologists reconstruct the past in multiple ways, using novel scientific techniques, historic records, oral traditions, and artifacts. Drs. O’Donnell and Freiwald talk about their research on ancient migration in northern New Mexico and today’s Mexico City 800 years ago using the biological and chemical differences in human teeth. Who were migrants in Tlalnepantla, Mexico? What happened to the Gallina people in northern New Mexico when their homes were abandoned? Dental morphology and isotopic analysis are key forensic techniques that answer questions posed by historical records and oral traditions. 


When: Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 6pm - 7pm.

Where: Zoom (link will be posted on our website and social media before event)

Cost: Free!

Oxford Science Café: Monthly conversations about the science we know and the science we don't know. Everyone is invited, and children are welcome! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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Sponsored by: Office of the Provost, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Women in Physics