Event: “In the Dirt” lecture series

Join the Florida Public Archaeology Network and the Florida Historical Society for its first fall presentation, which is part of the “In the Dirt” Lecture Series. It starts tonight at 7 p.m. and guests are invited to come and learn about early human habitation on the Bahamas with Dr. Peter Sinelli.

Dr. Sinelli is an instructor of anthropology who specializes in archaeology. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida in 2010. Dr. Sinelli’s research interests include Caribbean prehistory, migration and island colonization theory, settlement patterns and ecological adaptation, archaeological ceramics, physical anthropology and maritime and underwater archaeology.   Dr. Sinelli has been at UCF since 2006 and teaches The Human Species, General Anthropology, Sex, Gender, and Culture, Archaeology of Caribbean Piracy, Archaeology of Sex and conducts a Caribbean Archaeology Study Abroad program.

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