PANYC presents an annual Public Program, co-sponsored by the Museum of the City of New York, where professional archaeologists discuss results of their work in New York City.
PANYC's 35th annual Public Program will be held on Thursday evening April 9, 2015, 6:30 - 8:00 pm at The Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. between 103rd Street and 104th Street.
This year's program is entitled SHOVELS, TROWELS, AND MORE. PANYC members present talks on New York archaeology - and not only shovels and trowels - to celebrate the longevity of PANYC, the breadth of its membership and their interests.
Seneca Village Unearthed
Diana diZ Wall, Co-director, Seneca Village History Project
Former Fort Slocum, Davids Island, New Rochelle: A Study in Applied Archaeology
Sydne B. Marshall, Tetra Tech
Navigating Archaeology on a Large-Scale Navigation Project
Lynn Rakos, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District
The New York Irish: Fashioning Urban Identities in 19thcentury New York City
Meredith B. Linn, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Barnard College & Columbia University
Free to Students, Museum and PANYC Members
(Others use discount code PANYC10 for $10 ticket)
Pre-registration at: www.mcny.org/panyc
Free Admission to Galleries 5:15 to 6:00 PM
Brief descriptions of the presentations given at the 2012 program - "The History and Archaeology of the World Trade Center Ship" - are available here (.pdf file)
Brief descriptions of the presentations given at the 2011 program - "The History and Archaeology of the Commons: New York's City Hall Park" - are available here (.pdf file)
Brief descriptions of the presentations given at the 2010 program - "Portals to the Past: Archaeology at New York City's Historic Houses" - are available here (.pdf file)
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