NAP Brown Bag Lecture Series

The brown bag lectures are an informal series of presentations and talks held on the following dates from 12:30-1:30p.m. in Glasscock 311. They primarily serve to share ongoing student research in the program, and to give students an opportunity to present conference-style presentations in front of other students and faculty. Anyone is welcome to attend.

The Spring 2013 schedule is below. If you would like to present, please constact the Brown Bag series coordinator Karen Martindale.

The brown bag lectures are often filmed (except for publication restrictions) and are available, with other NAP-related videos, on our YouTube Channel.

Spring 2013

Februrary 27th, 2013

Rodrigo Torres & Kotaro Yamafune: 1648 Battlefield in Brazil

No Video
March 27th, 2013

Nick Budsberg: The Highbourne Cay Wreck

No Video

Fall 2012

September 19th, 2012

Karen Martindale - Bermuda/Paper conservation in Italy

Stephanie Koenig - NHHC Internship

Rodrigo Torres - Artifacts from the Dutch shipwreck Utrecht (1648) in Brazil.

No Video
October 17th. 2012

Dave Ruff - Gnalic excavation

Chad Gulseth - Port Royal Project

Josh Harden - Bermuda / Warwick

Chris Dostal - Underwater Paleoindian excavation in Florida / Small engine woes

No Video
November 28th, 2012

Arianna Dimucci - New York Central Park Conservancy Internship

Jose Casaban - Finisterre Project

John Albertson - Novy Svet Medieval wrecks

Laura White and Jose Casaban: Excavation in Mazotos, Cyprus

No Video
December 6th, 2012
George Bass - (tenative) No Video

Spring 2011

February 9, 2011
Marilyn Cassedy- Ships, Slaves, and the State Video
February 23, 2011
José Luis Casaban - Underwater Photogrammetry Applications: Mazarron 2 and Bajo de la Campana No Video
March 9, 2011
Andrew Thomson - IX-Inch Dahlgren and Ordnance of USS Westfield. Video
March 23, 2011
Meko Kofahl - Plague Ships - Spreading Death in the Dark Ages Video
April 6, 2011
John Littlefield - The wood remains from the Late Hellenistic wreck at Kızılburun, Turkey. No video
April 20, 2011
Dr. Brian Rouleau - Blackened Eyes, Broken Noses, Swollen Faces: Violence and the Nineteenth-Century American Maritime Community Overseas No video
April 27, 2011
Dr. Michael Alvard - The Lamalera Whale Hunters of Indonesia  
Marilyn Cassedy
Video: Vimeo (full)
Andrew Thomson
Video: Vimeo (full)
Meko Kofahl
Video: Vimeo (full)

Fall 2010

September 23, 2010
Various - How I Spent My Summer Vacation. 2010 Fieldwork Report No Video
September 30, 2010
Dr. Qu Jinliang - The Sea God and Goddess in China's Maritime Communities No Video
October 7, 2010
Various - How I Spent My Summer Vacation. 2010 Fieldwork Report - Continued No Video
October 28, 2010
Bradley Krueger - Scorpion's Last Sting: Investigating the Remains of Joshua Barney's Flagship- 2010 Report. No Video
November 18, 2010
Kelby Rose - Designing Vasa: Reverse Naval Architecture of a 17th Century Swedish Warship No Video
December 2, 2010
Various - January 2011 paper workshop  

Spring 2010

January 21, 2010
Randall Sasaki - Ships of Korea: from Koryo Kingdom (918-1392) Video
February 4, 2010
Heather Hatch - Harbour Island Archaeological Survey Video
February 18, 2010
Heather Jones - Life in the remnants: Personal possessions from the steamboat Heroine Video
March 4, 2010
Neil Puckett - Ancient Ships: Reconstructing a Greek Penteconter Video
March 18, 2010
Spring Break - School closed  
April 1, 2010
Dr. Kroum Batchvarov - The Hidden Structure of Vasa No video
April 15, 2010
Catherine Sincich - First Aid for Artifacts

Video

April 29, 2010
Matthew Labbe- The 16th Century Ottoman Wreck at Yassiada No Video
Randall Sasaki
Video: YouTube (10 min) - Vimeo (full)


Fall 2009

November 5, 2009
Bradley Krueger - The Anthony Wayne Shipwreck Survey: 2009 Field Season
November 19, 2009
Ryan Lee - The Double Halyard in Ancient Mediterranean Rigging.
December 3, 2009
Laura Gongaware - The Discovery and Destruction of the Whydah.
December 10, 2009
Shipwreck Weekend meeting.

 


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