Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Environmental Studies Guest Lecture: William I. Woods and Lilian Rebellato

January 15th, 2010
4:00PM

Location
Freeman Auditorium
Uptown Campus
Tulane University

“Dark Earths, Settlement, and Populations in Precolonial Amazonia”

By: William I. Woods and Lilian Rebellato
Department of Geography, University of Kansas

Admission is free and open to the Public.

For more information please contact William Balée
Professor of Anthropology and Director, Environmental Studies Program
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118
504.865.5336 (voice)
504.865.5338 (fax)

Photo by David Weaver, Stone Center M.A. Alum ’07

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