Speakers and General Meetings

Denver Chapter Meetings

Denver Chapter meetings are on the second Monday of each month, unless otherwise noted. There is no meeting in July and the meeting in December is a special member’s night. Meetings locations will be noted for each meeting.

Chapter meeting dates for 2019:

  • April 8
  • May 13
  • June 10
  • August 12
  • September 9
  • October 14
  • November 11
  • December 9 — members night

All are welcome!

Upcoming Meetings

Monday, April 8th, 2019

Room 241, Cherry Creek Building
Located at the Metropolitan University of Denver, on the Auraria Campus.

7:00 PM

Andrew Bair, CAS Alice Hamilton Scholarship Recipient

Archaeological Geophysics: How They Work and Why You Should Care – An Irish Case Study

Over the past two decades, archaeology has been revolutionized by geophysical techniques, which allow for the non-invasive mapping of buried archaeological sites.  This lecture will first provide a general overview of archaeological geophysics with specific emphasis on two of the most popular techniques, ground-penetrating radar (GPR) and magnetometry.  From there, the use of geophysics in archaeological research will be demonstrated by a case study investigating a buried medieval landscape in central Ireland.

Speaker Bio:

Andrew Bair is a second year Anthropology MA candidate at the University of Denver.  His thesis work integrates geophysical methods, historical investigation, and archaeological excavation in the study of a high-medieval Anglo-Norman settlement in central Ireland.  His research has been partly sponsored through the Alice Hamilton Scholarship Fund.