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The Indigenous Old World: An Exploration of Ancient and Medieval North America

Christopher Strobel

Christopher Strobel

Prof. Christoph Strobel, UMass Lowell

On Monday, April 1, Prof. Christoph Strobel will give a talk on Native American history for the Medieval & Renaissance Studies program: "The Indigenous Old World: An Exploration of Ancient and Medieval North America."

The talk will explore the worlds of the Indigenous peoples of North America before European colonization. It will focus on subjects such as the Indigenous peoples' cities, architectural traditions, methods of agriculture, and how they managed their environment.

  • When: Monday, April 1, 2024: 4-5 p.m.
  • Where: Dugan Hall 208

Free and open to the public.

Learn more about the Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor.

For any questions, please contact Prof. Andrew Drenas by email at: Andrew_Drenas@uml.edu.

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