DAY TWO: PUBLIC LECTURES
Saturday, September 13, 2014
LOCATION: Lobero Theatre
33 E. Canon Perdido, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
MORNING SESSION: THE SETTLEMENT OF THE EURASIAN CONTINENT
- Dr. Bernard Comrie, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Language and Prehistory
- Dr. Greger Larson, Durham University, UK
Bodies in Motion: Understanding the Relationship Between Migration, Domesticaion and Hybridization
- Dr. Eske Willerslev, University of Copenhagen
Advances in DNA Research Revealing the Patterns of Early Human Movements
LUNCH WITH THE SCIENTISTS AT THE EL PASEO RESTAURANT
Reserve your seat to join the scientists for lunch at the El Paseo Restaurant just a half-block away from the Lobero Theatre.
Space is limited. Cost $30.
AFTERNOON SESSION: THE SETTLEMENT OF THE PACIFIC REGION AND THE NEW WORLD
- Dr. Terry Hunt, University of Oregon
The Last Great Migration: The Human Colonization of the Remote Pacific Islands
- Dr. David Meltzer, Southern Methodist University
You've Made it to the New World - Now What? A look at the Pleistocene settlement of North America
- Dr. Mike Waters, Texas A&M University
Late Breaking News: New Development in the Archaeology of Early America
- Dr. John Johnson, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Arlington Springs: The Settlement of North America from the Perspective of Santa Barbara
DINNER BANQUET WITH THE SCIENTISTS AT THE MUSEUM
Enjoy an informal, festive evening and dinner with the visiting scientists. Dr. John Johnson and Dr. Jim Kennett of UCSB will discuss the "Younger Dryas Comet Impact Theory."
Space is limited. Cost $175. Call 805-682-4711 ext. 110.
*1 Full-Day Ticket: $30 (does not include lunch);
2-Full Day Ticket: $50 (does not include lunches or dinner)
STUDENTS: 50% discount on lectures only with valid student ID.
Call 805-682-4711 ext. 170.