Professor Dr. Bonnie Clark

Lecture to explore archaeology on the plains

Thu Mar 7, 2019 at 09:44 AM

The Dr. Max Pickerill Lecture Series hosted by Colby Community College will feature University of Denver Anthropology Associate Professor Dr. Bonnie Clark at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, in Frahm Theatre. 

Clark, who also serves as the curator for archaeology of the DU Museum of Anthropology, will lead an illustrated discussion on how archaeology can teach us about the cultural landscapes of the High Plains.

She is the author or editor of numerous publications including the co-edited volume Archaeological Landscapes on the High Plains. Her work has been highlighted in numerous venues including Archaeology and American Archaeology magazines. In 2011, her work was recognized by her peers with the University of Denver’s Teacher/Scholar of the Year award.

Clark has participated in archaeological research throughout the American West and for projects as diverse as pipeline corridor surveys, writing regional context documents, and leading work at the site of Colorado’s Japanese American internment camp, Amache.

There is no charge to attend the presentation. The Dr. Max Pickerill Lecture Series is funded annually by anonymous donors. For more information contact Dr. Linda Davis-Stephens at (785) 460-5528.

Professor Dr. Bonnie Clark