“10,000 Years: The Archeological Record of San Diego County”
A lecture by Annemarie Cox, Program Coordinator
San Diego Archeological Center
Wednesday, April 3
9:40 – 10:55 a.m.
Learning Resource Center, R-212
For 99% of human history, we lived as hunter-gatherers. In an age of increasing emphasis on diversity, it is important to remember that our biological and cultural make-up remains rooted in this shared hunting and gathering lifestyle. Annemarie Cox, the Program Coordinator, of the San Diego Archeological Center, will illuminate for us, in the context of world history, the story of the hunter-gatherers who lived right here, in the San Diego region, for over 10,000 years.
The companion exhibit, Shared Beginnings, on loan from the San Diego Archeological Center, will be on display in the LRC during the entire month of April. The San Diego Archaeological Center, created in 1993, serves as an archaeological curation facility for the San Diego region and was the first nonprofit organization in the nation dedicated solely to curating and sharing archaeological collections with the public. This is a free event.