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29
Jul
CMU historian steps in to help on TLC series - Tribune-Review
Carnegie Mellon University historian Scott Sandage will help Jesse Tyler Ferguson from "Modern Family" research his past on TLC's "Who Do You Think You Are?" The second season of the genealogy series premieres 9 p.m. July 30 with the episode on ...
Source:  Tribune

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29
Jul
Teresa Genaro: Here's to 150 years of elegance - The Saratogian
A comprehensive examination of the track's landscape and architectural history, it offers both reminders of what we should cherish and preserve, and warnings about what we should avoid. Before too long, a re-organization plan will be released by the ...
Source:  The Saratogian

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28
Jul
The City's Other Museums - Wall Street Journal
Manhattan has 80 small museums, according to "Not The Met," a guide to museums ranging from the Frick Collection and the Morgan Library, to the Museum of Sex and the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace on East 20th Street, where we happened to be ...
Source:  Wall Street Journal

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28
Jul
Talking to China's “Web Junkies” - The New Yorker
The film's best moments have the patience of ethnography, lingering in the background of communities that are usually out of view. Alongside Shlam and Medalia, the credits for "Web Junkie" contain a list of Chinese "fixers" and other crew members, and ...
Source:  The New Yorker

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28
Jul
Comic-Con Scholars Dispel Nerd Myths, Name Top Costumes - Times of San Diego
Now in its eighth year, the panel featured the reports of art, marketing and ethnography students from various universities who observed and researched many of the 130,000 fans who attended Comic-Con during the past week. Some had heard the ...
Source:  Con Scholars Dispel Nerd Myths, Name Top Costumes

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28
Jul
Comic-Con Dispels the Stereotypes for University Researchers - Times of San Diego
Now in its eighth year, the panel featured the reports of art, marketing and ethnography students from various universities who observed and researched many of the 130,000 fans who attended Comic-Con during the past week. Some had heard the ...
Source:  Con Dispels the Stereotypes for University Researchers

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28
Jul
University of Virginia restoration yields pieces of Jefferson's original Rotunda - Roanoke Times
"One of the interesting and important things about the restoration is the discovery of so many details, materials and, indeed, parts of Jefferson's original building, stuff we all thought was gone," said Richard Guy Wilson, a professor of architectural ...
Source:  Roanoke Times

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28
Jul
ARCHAEOLOGY > Channel built by Urartian king to serve Van tourism - Hurriyet Daily News
The Yznc Y?l University (YY) Archaeology Department Associate Professor Rafet avu?o?lu said some of the large rocks in the area were carved up and used to build the channel and that agriculture had developed in the region thanks to the water ...
Source:  Hurriyet Daily News

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28
Jul
Get the dirt on archaeology from the experts at the Canadian Museum of History - Ottawa Start (press release)
On Monday, August 4, in conjunction with Archaeology Month, spend the afternoon with experts from the Canadian Museum of History who will share their recent findings and demonstrate the new technologies used to dig up the secrets of the past and ...
Source:  Ottawa Start (press release)

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28
Jul
Parents/kids 'dig' archaeology lesson at Jacobus Vanderveer House in Bedminster - NJ.com
Sweltering temperatures and the lure of backyard pools did not deter children and parents from participating in a genuine archaeological dig yesterday at Bedminster's historic Jacobus Vanderveer House. Participants toured the Jacobus Vanderveer House ...
Source:  NJ.com

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