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Join us at 9:00am Pacific on Thursday, March 24th for the fifth installment of the Badè Museum’s new virtual lecture series, “Unsilencing the Archives.” This program is hosted by the Badè Museum in partnership with the Palestine Exploration Fund (London, U.K.) and the Archaeological Research Facility (ARF) at UC Berkeley.

The program showcases new research that decolonizes museum archives, with a focus on archival records from excavations carried out in British Mandate Palestine.

Dr. Jack Green (Miami University Art Museum) will present “Archaeology, Community, and Public Health in Palestine: Insights from the Olga Tufnell Archive, 1927-1938.” Click here to watch live or to catch up on recorded lectures. 

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