Monthly Archives: July 2014

Android Tablets at Gabii

BY J. TROY SAMUELS, PhD student in the Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan Buon Giorno from Rome! This summer, the Gabii Project, a University of Michigan archaeological excavation and field school, undertook our sixth full … Continue reading

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My Favorite Artifact

When it comes to the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology’s collections, not all artifacts are created equal. Some call out to us intellectually, others emotionally. BY CATHERINE PERSON, Educational and Academic Outreach Coordinator, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan. New … Continue reading

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Ancient populations on the move

BY JANA MOKRISOVA, PhD student, Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan Understanding the mobility of people—and the material connections expressed through the distribution of objects—is vital to the reconstruction of human activity in the past. In my … Continue reading

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News from the Conservation Lab

BY SUZANNE DAVIS, Associate Curator and Head of Conservation, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Last month we welcomed a new conservator, Caroline Roberts, to the Museum. Carrie takes over the position previously held by Claudia Chemello. Regular Kelsey visitors and staff will remember … Continue reading

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