2018 Shipwreck Weekend Schedule. No registration required!

April 14th, 2018

Scoates Hall and the Anthropology Building

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX


Keynote Lecture - Saturday - April 14th, 2018 - 10:30am
Scoates Hall Room 208

The Studies in Nautical Traditions Lecture Series Presents:
Kim Kenyon

Kimberly Kenyon

Kimberly, originally from Texas, moved to North Carolina from Manchester, UK to join the QAR conservation team in 2013. In 2003, she received a BA in Maritime Studies from Texas A&M University at Galveston, minoring in both English and Anthropology. She is a graduate of the Nautical Archaeology Program at Texas A&M University, where she completed her MA in Anthropology in 2012.

As a student there, she trained at the Conservation Research Laboratory from 2006-2009 and earned a certificate in Conservation. Her MA thesis is entitled Reconstructing the Assemblage of Iron Artifacts from the Late Hellenistic Shipwreck at Kizilburun, Turkey. She has worked as a field conservator on projects in Texas and Puerto Rico, and she was involved as a diver and conservator for both the Kizilburun Column Wreck Excavation near Izmir, Turkey from 2006-2009 and the Cape Gelidonya Bronze Age Shipwreck near Finike, Turkey in 2010. She served as Interim Head Conservator for the Institute of Nautical Archaeology in Bodrum, Turkey from 2009-2011.

Kim was appointed Field Director for the 2015 Queen Anne's Revenge excavation.

 


 

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Reconstructed Rigging Plan for Queene Anne's Revenge, by Annaliese Dempsey

 


2016 Shipwreck Weekend Itinerary

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Keynote Speaker: Kimberly Kenyon

Commemorating 300 Years of Infamy: Blackbeard's Queen Anne's Revenge

10:30am Scoates Hall 208

Open House

Anthropology Building 1st floor

12:00pm - 4:00pm

 


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