Oct. 4: Death and Sacrifice at Midnight Terror Cave
James Brady has been a professor of anthropology at Cal State L.A. since 1998. He is widely recognized as having founded the self-conscious sub-discipline of Mesoamerican Cave Archaeology. His research interests include the role of ideology in complex societies, cultural landscapes, religion, cave use, and archaeological method and theory. He has published six books and many articles on his research in Guatemala.
Sponsored by the Whitman College Department of Anthropology for the Archaeological Institute of America.