Western Illinois Society

The Archaeological Institute of America

The Western Illinois Society was founded in 1984 and received its charter from the Archaeological Institute of America in 1999.
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Monday, April 27, 2020

Classics Department Diversity lecture: "Diversity and Domination at the Roman Dinner Table"
Nandini Pandey, Associate Professor of Classics, University of Wisconsin—Madison (nandini.pandey@wisc.edu)

Nandini Pandey's lecture on "Diversity and Domination at the Roman Dinner Table" will still go forward virtually at the same time and date it was originally scheduled: Monday April 27th from 4:30-5:30. The event will happen over Google Meets, and while it will be recorded and available for viewing afterward, you are invited to join this lecture live and perhaps participate in the Q&A and discussion afterwards. 

More information on how to access soon: stay tuned!


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2019-2020 Program

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Programs sponsored since 1984 by the Western Illinois Society

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The Archaeological Institute of America (for information about the National Organization and links to the websites of other local societies.)


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