What are the effects of climate change on archaeological sites? What does archaeology tell us about past climate change? How can we use this information to influence the future?
The IUP Archaeology, Climate Change, and the Anthropocene Symposium brings together top scholars to address these questions through presentations and discussion. You are invited to join the
Present a research poster and attend a pre-symposium workshop for no extra charge.
Reduced price for students.
Special pricing at the Indiana Hilton Garden Inn, adjacent to the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex, is available on the registration page.
The symposium will run from noon on Thursday, September 17, until noon on Friday, September 18. For participants who arrive early, there will be optional tours on Thursday morning. Networking breaks will occur throughout the symposium.
This event is sponsored by the Rick Michael Fund for Archaeological Research and the IUP Anthropology Department.