Lectures are held at 7:30 p.m. in the McClung Museum Auditorium. They are open to the public and free of charge. A reception will follow each.
- Tuesday September 17
University of Tennessee Student Fieldwork Night.
- Tuesday October 8
Howard J. Cyr, McClung Museum
"Connecting the Dots: Benefits of an Integrated Geoarchaeological and Geophysical Approach at the Late Roman Fort of `Ayn Gharandal, Southern Jordan."
- Thursday October 24
Ann E. Killebrew, Pennsylvania State University
"In Search of the Philistines and Other 'Sea Peoples.'" AIA Kershaw Lecture.
- Thursday November 21
Maria Liston, University of Waterloo
"A Tale of Two Wells: Evidence for the Missing Infants in Ancient Greece"Thirteenth Harry C. Rutledge Memorial Lecture in Archaeology.
- Tuesday January 14
Reema Habib, Department of Classics, UT
"The Gorgon's Eye: Constructing Protective Magic in Ancient Greece."
- Tuesday January 28
Kandi Hollenbach, Department of Anthropology, UT
"Foragers and Farmers of East Tennessee, 5000-1500 Years Ago."
- Thursday February 27
J. Tristan Barnes, Department of Classics, UT
"Written in the Stars: Practical Astronomy in Ancient Greece."
- Tuesday March 10
Pedar Foss, DePauw University
"When Did Vesuvius Explode?" AIA Lecture.
- Thursday March 26
Jeff Chapman, McClung Museum
"The Tellico Archaeological Project: A 40th Anniversary Retrospective."