Yesterday morning I got up early and blearily watched sheets of pouring rain turn into pellets of hail, steeling myself to make the ten-minute trudge to the bus stop. Burdened with heavy bags and swathed in a flattering Ikea rain poncho, I cut quite the dashing figure on my climb up the hill:
However, nine hours later I landed in sunny Orlando. Current local temperature is a balmy 25˚C, with no precipitation on the horizon all week. Success!
I’m in town for the SAA meetings, to give a talk in Katy Meyers Emery’s session, titled “Buried, Bundled and Broken: Approaches to Co-Occurence of Multiple Methods, Treatments and Styles of Burials within Past Societies”. My talk will focus on some of the results from my dissertation research in Spain. If you’re a reader of the blog, or interested in primary and secondary burial during the Copper Age, feel free to drop in. Details are below:
Session: 116, Buried, Bundled and Broken: Approaches to Co-Occurence of Multiple Methods, Treatments and Styles of Burials within Past Societies
Date: Friday, April 08
Session Time: 8:00am-10:00am
Location: North Hemisphere Salon E3
Talk Title: Mortuary multiplicity: Variability in mortuary treatment at a Late Prehistoric matrix village from Spain
Talk Time: 9:00am-9:15am
Image Credits: Baba Yaga found on Deviant Art, here. Photo of Swan and Dolphin from Sun Sentinel, here.
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