APOP Lecture Series
APOP’s Lecture Series brings the work of cutting edge researchers at OSU’s anthropology department to your local brewery, coffee shop, or living room! Every semester we host two to three interactive events around the city. Topics include new findings related to our living primate relatives, new fossil finds, archaeology, and cultures around the world. Keep an eye out for these events on our calendar or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter (@Ohio State APOP) for updates!
Upcoming (Virtual) Events
“Seeking Good, Clean, and Fair Food for All: Equity. Inclusion. Justice.”
APOP is proud to once again co-host a lecture series with Slow Food Columbus. Inspired by Slow Food USA’s Manifesto for Equity, Inclusion, and Justice, this series draws on the collective experiences of our panelists, who will share how these themes are manifested in their work.
Each event will take place on the third Tuesday of the month, beginning with our Equity event on September 15th, with each one on CarmenZoom from 6-7:15pm. The entire series is free and open to the public, but advanced registration is required. Please use the links below to register.
Registrants may attend via CarmenZoom or via phone; either way, you must register in advance to receive the appropriate login information. For those who are unable to attend, please note that each event will be recorded and posted to our YouTube Channel. To visit our Channel and view our previously recorded events (and soon our upcoming ones), please click this link.
For any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact Slow Food Columbus Chapter Leader and APOP Lecture Series Team Leader Mark Anthony Arceño at firstname.lastname@example.org.