Skeleton Keys – Talk for the Michigan Archaeological Society

Skeleton Keys

Tonight I’m going to be giving a public talk for the Huron Valley chapter of the Michigan Archaeological Society. The talk will discuss how to lose ten pounds in a single week, how to make $10,000 a month while working from home, the importance of bioarchaeology as a field, and will also introduce some of my own bioarchaeological research.

I’m going to be bringing a few osteological props to help me discuss assessing age, estimating sex and evaluating health and disease, and I fully plan on making the audience palpae their mastoid processes, gonial angles and anterior tibial crests. I think it’s going to be a fun time!

If you’re in Ann Arbor, and are consumed by a desperate desire to learn more about human skeletal remains, feel free to stop by. The gripping blurb that I penned for the society describes the scope of the presentation and the logistical details:MAS blurb

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