DAACS Conversations

Join DAACS staff and DAACS collaborating scholars for a diverse range of conversations on ground-breaking new research linked to DAACS. This Fall, DAACS Conversations focus on recent and ongoing archaeological research that engage with legacy archaeological collections.  Join the conversation to learn about these exciting projects, and their impact on the field.  Conversations start with a short talk  followed by questions and discussion. We look forward to seeing you at the next talk! No prior knowledge or experience required.

To Join the Conversation:

  1. Register for the talk. Below you will find registration links for each conversation. Registration is capped at 300 people.
  2. You will receive an email with a link to join the conversation. You will also receive a reminder the day of the talk.
  3. DAACS Conversations live stream starts at 12 pm EST.
  4. Each conversation will be recorded and available to watch after the live stream concludes.

Watch past DAACS Conversations on the DAACS Playlist.


 

“The Three Rooms, In Which The Servants Lodged, Below The Well…”: Revisiting The Triplex At James Monroe’s Highland

Kyle Edwards

Friday, September 23, 2022
12 pm ET

Changing the Narrative: Public Archaeology at James Monroe’s Highland

Sara Bon-Harper, James Monroe's Highland

Friday, September 23, 2022
12 pm ET

Household Organization and Inequality among Enslaved Field Laborers across the Tobacco-to-Wheat Transition at Monticello Plantation

Fraser Neiman and Crystal O'Connor, Monticello Archaeology Department

Friday, October 7, 2022
12 pm ET

“Saying Their Names”: Decolonizing Interpretation of the Liberty Hall Academic and Plantation Landscape

Donald Gaylord, Washington and Lee University

Friday, October 7, 2022
12 pm ET

Beyond the “Castle” Walls: Investigating the Landscape and Political Economy of a Southside, Virginia Plantation, ca. 1630-1730

Rebekah Planto, College of William and Mary

Friday, October 7, 2022
12 pm ET