Location: Wisconsin Historical Society auditorium (across from the Memorial Union)
Speaker: Jennifer Haas, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Cultural Resource Management
About: The Early and Middle Woodland periods of southeastern Wisconsin (500 BCE to 500 CE) saw the dawn of Wisconsin’s agricultural tradition, the rise of burial mound ceremony, and sweeping changes in trade and religion. Join archaeologist Jennifer Haas as she explores new perspectives on these enigmatic and often neglected periods of Wisconsin’s deep history.
Free and open to the public