I enjoy giving talks to a general, public audience and have done this numerous times over the last decade for local and national archaeological societies, anthropology clubs, high school Latin clubs, university departments, and rotary clubs.
UPCOMING PUBLIC TALKS
October 4, 2018 (7pm) – Invitation to an Ancient Dinner: Fish Sauce, Dormice, Leaded Wine and Other Roman Refreshments. University of North Florida, Adam W. Herbert University Center, Building 43, Room 1027.
October 5, 2018 (11am) – Death Comes to Oplontis: Victims of Vesuvius Reveal Life in 79 AD. University of North Florida, University Gallery of Art, Building 2, Room 1001.
April 2, 2019 (7:30pm) — Reading Past Lives: How Archaeologists Understand the Stories Written in Bone. Woods Lecture Series, Butler University, Atherton Union, Reilly Room.
OTHER TALK TITLES
- Civic Corpses: A Bioarchaeological Analysis of Imperial Gabii (Italy)
- Bodies and Bones of Imperial Rome
- Diet and Health in Imperial Rome: The View from Skeletons and Isotopes
- Rome If You Want To: How Skeletons Reveal Immigrants in the Empire
- Anthropology, Outreach, and the Media: Best Practices for Writing for the General Public
- Twitter for Scientists
To book me to give one of the above talks or workshops, or to request a new one to meet your organization’s needs, please feel free to contact me!