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New Frontiers in Mapping the Maya Tropics

Neotropical Digital Archaeology, Global Development and Urban Ecosystems




ALL ARE WELCOME FOR PUBLIC LECTURES ON 7TH SEPTEMBER

by Kathryn Reese-Taylor & Scott Hudson


Archaeologists using airborne LiDAR technology have started to reveal vast urban landscapes underneath the tropical forests of Central America.  We can now consider how mapping these inhabitation patterns can  help urban development today.   Kathryn Reese-Taylor (Calgary) and Scott Hutson (Kentucky) are experts in the mapping of tropical Maya cities.  Introduced by Eastern ARC Fellow Benjamin Vis (Kent) we will reflect on the archaeological opportunities this affords and the challenges it poses.


Open Lecture - free to attend

7th of September 2017 - 1600hrs

University of Kent at Medway

Royal Dockyard Church

16 College Road, Chatham ME4 4QX

Doors Open: 1530hrs

Start: 1600hrs

Drinks: 1830hrs


Collaborative Research Meeting

Tuesday 8th of September

University of Kent at Medway

Think you should be invited?  Email us!


Conference Location

The conference is being held at the University of Kent Medway Campus in the Royal Dockyard Church, the Historic Dockyard Chatham. Just follow the brown Anchor signs to parking at the Historic Dockyards - make sure to request a parking permit when registering.  See the 'how to find us' left hand link.


 

Accommodation

Please see left hand link to Tourist Information website for Accommodation, should you wish to stay in the local area for the event.

Terms and Conditions

Please note, should the event be cancelled, we are unable to refund any travel or accommodation costs.

 

Contact Information

Please contact s.a.cunningham@kent.ac.uk with any queries relating to the registration process.

Please contact Sarah Tetley, Eastern ARC Officer for conference content / invitation to the Collaborative Research Meeting / any other queries s.r.tetley-8@kent.ac.uk.