Tuesday, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Eighth Annual Kolb Junior Fellows Spring Colloquium
The Eighth Annual Kolb Junior Fellows Spring Colloquium features graduating and soon-to-be-graduating Junior Fellows of the Kolb Society who will discuss their dissertation research. For more information on the Kolb Junior Fellows and a program of the Colloquium, please visit www.kolbsociety.com.
The Junior Fellows will present their research on the following topics:
Zeljko Rezek (Anthropology)
Temporal Trends in the Lithic Record from the Middle Paleolithic Sequence of Pech del'Azé IV in Dordogne, France
Joshua Jeffers (NELC)
Tiglath-pileser I: A Light in a 'Dark Age'
Kelcy Sagstetter (Ancient History)
Solon: the Man, the Myth, theTyrant?
Joanne Baron (Anthropology)
Patrons of La Corona: Deities and Power in a Classic Maya Community
Sarah Kurnick (Anthropology)
Negotiating the Contradictions of Political Authority: An Archaeological Case Studyfrom Callar Creek, Belize
Kristen Fellows (Anthropology)
An Historical Archaeological Study of an African American Enclave in the DominicanRepublic: Intersections of Race and Nation in Processes of Community Formation, Maintenance, and Dissolution